This is a love mission. Every day on the news we see that people are hurting. In our own community there are daily opportunities to share hope and help with those in need. Whether it’s doing yard work for a single mom down the street, bringing food to a struggling family, or bringing a foster child into a home, we want our neighbors to know we’re here for them.
Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind. This is the first and greatest commandment. And the second is like it: “Love your neighbor as yourself”
Nearly 10% of Minnesotans face food insecurity, many of whom are children. We have a goal to raise 25,000 pounds of food to meet this hunger need. There are three ways you can give:
We’ll deliver donated items to the following local food shelves every Monday and Friday throughout the Fall Food Drive:
Thank you for your generosity in feeding the hungry and sharing the hope of the Gospel through this effort.
How you can help:
Thank you for helping to end hunger in the Twin Cities!
Build relationships and help tutor students at Lucy Craft Laney School in Minneapolis
Mondays & Wednesdays
5:30 – 7 p.m.
Build relationships and provide homework help for students from Somali immigrant families
Tuesdays & Thursdays
Serving Hope Academy’s mission to foster hope in God with inner city youth in Minneapolis.
Building relationships through Minneapolis Young Life. Meet kids on their turf to build bridges of authentic friendship through patience, trust and consistency.
Extend God’s love to those in the inner city of South Minneapolis through this non-profit crisis relief and empowerment ministry.
Serving those experiencing homelessness and the vulnerable with needed resources and connections.
Help deliver hot and nutritious meals to the elderly, home-bound, and those unable to manage their own meal preparation.
Serve seniors and those with disabilities across the Twin Cities metropolitan area through door-to-door grocery delivery, handyman services, transportation and assistance with in-home tasks.
Assist teens and adults in gaining freedom from chemical addictions and other problems by helping to address their physical, emotional and spiritual needs.
Provide life-affirming services through pregnancy centers, licensed adoption services and post-abortion recovery.
Compassionately provide food and support to neighbors in need in Eden Prairie and Chanhassen and help create a path toward self-sufficiency.
Help transform lives on both sides of the bars.
Welcome refugees and walk alongside them as they adjust to life in Minnesota and find new hope and new friends.
Be a catalyst for using equitable housing as a platform to build community.
Help break the cycle of poverty by educating kids, strengthening their families and building a healthy community.
Assist at the food shelf that serves Edina, Richfield, and Bloomington.