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11. Hunger Fighters: Lindus Construction & News Talk 830 WCCO

(Web Page; Thu Feb 04 14:55:00 CST 2021)

Description: Lindus Construction has teamed up with News Talk 830 WCCO to help Minnesota Central Kitchen continue to distribute much-needed prepared meals across our community. From Monday, February 8 through Friday, February 19, Lindus Construction will generously match all donations to Minnesota Central Kitchen, up to $30,000.

12. Coming Together to Feed More Minnesotans: The Story Behind Minnesota Central Kitchen

(Web Page; Fri Apr 17 14:25:00 CDT 2020)

In early March, as restaurants began to close amidst COVID-19, kitchens everywhere went dark. And while they typically stand out from the culinary crowd, the kitchens of executive chefs Elizabeth Mullen (Chowgirls Catering) and Jonathan ...

Description: In early March, as restaurants began to close amidst COVID-19, a team of restaurants, caterers, and hunger-fighting organizations banded together to help feed those in need.

13. Business Not as Usual: Food Production and Distribution in a Pandemic

(Web Page; Fri Apr 24 16:30:00 CDT 2020)

With 37 food distribution locations throughout the state and a network of more than 80 nonprofit partners, Loaves & Fishes considers itself the largest free restaurant in Minnesota. In continuous operation since 1982, the organiza...

Description: Minnesota Central Kitchen partners shift operations during the COVID-19 crisis to serve fresh meals to hungry Minnesotans.

14. Solo Vino Wine Promotion

(Web Page; Tue Apr 28 12:59:00 CDT 2020)

Description: Solo Vino has partnered with Fullerton Wines (Willamette Valley) and Rue 38 to support Minnesota Central Kitchen (MCK). MCK feeds those in need while putting our Twin Cities restaurant staff to work doing what they do best.

15. Supporting Local with Chowgirls Mercantile

(Web Page; Wed Feb 24 15:07:00 CST 2021)

Description: You can shop the online gift shop through Chowgirls for an array of local offerings supporting Minnesota Central Kitchen, including $5 of each hoodie and t-shirt.

16. Twin Cities Live and Invictus Brewing

(Web Page; Wed Jun 16 14:57:00 CDT 2021)

Description: As part of KSTP’s Feeding Minnesota campaign, two special brews – a pale ale and a seltzer – are being produced at Invictus Brewing to support Minnesota Central Kitchen (along with two other charities).

17. South Lyndale Drink Great Wine & Give

(Web Page; Tue Apr 28 13:37:00 CDT 2020)

Description: South Lyndale Liquors has partnered with Yorkville Cellars (Mendocino County) and Rue 38 to support Second Harvest Heartland’s Minnesota Central Kitchen (MCK) initiative. Buy a bottle of Yorkville Cellars Sauvignon Blanc or Hi-Roller Red and $4 of every bottle sold goes to MCK.

18. Indeed We Can: Drink Beer, Do Good

(Web Page; Fri May 22 12:40:00 CDT 2020)

Description: Our friends at Indeed Brewing have reinstated Indeed We Can – their beloved charitable initiative – with a new structure to support three organizations responding to emergency community needs as a result of the Coronavirus pandemic. Through August 26, 100% of net proceeds from Indeed We Can Wednesdays will equally support Minnesota Central Kitchen, Navigate MN, and NAMI Minnesota.

19. Shine on MN

(Web Page; Fri May 01 07:32:00 CDT 2020)

Description: FOX 9 and Minnesota Public Radio are producing a television event. It will air at 7 p.m. on Sunday, May 10 on FOX 9. The broadcast will feature entertainment, musical performances, inspirational messages and stories of hope from some of Minnesota’s favorite artists and celebrities. The event will generate support for Second Harvest Heartland, Minnesota Central Kitchen and Springboard for the Arts.

20. The Need for Prepared Meals in the Fight to End Hunger

(Web Page; Wed Sep 23 15:45:00 CDT 2020)

The fight to end hunger is about more than feeding people. It’s about feeding people well. It’s about nutrition and protein and produce. That’s why we prioritized adding 30,000 square feet of temperature-controlled sp...

Description: Time, ability and access barriers mean many of us go without the nourishment and nutrition of a prepared meal, even during these challenging times when that comfort is needed most. Second Harvest Heartland and our program Minnesota Central Kitchen are on a mission to change that.

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