97 million meals = Last year our work provided more than 97 million meals to 1,000 food shelves and hunger-relief programs. Enough to feed a mid-sized city of 89,000 people three meals a day, for a year.
1 in 11 = The number of households in Minnesota affected by hunger. Hunger is an urban, suburban and rural problem. There is no corner of the state where hunger does not exist. The Feeding America Missing Meals Map illustrates the problem at a state and county level.
Source: University of Minnesota Food Industry Center, Cost and Benefit of Hunger Study, 2010
532,000 = Second Harvest Heartland serves more than half a million people each year.
- More than 33% are under age 18.
- 10% are seniors age 60 and up.
563,976 miles = The number of miles traveled by our fleet of trucks in 2019. That’s equivalent to 23 times around the earth.
More than 1,000 organizations and 37,000 people generously contribute dollars and other resources to Second Harvest Heartland each year.