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Meals on Wheels of Ramsey County

COMMUNITY RESOURCES

Monthly Resource Updates

WHITE BEAR AREA FOOD SHELF COMMUNITY MARKET - NOW OPEN!

A new market in a new location just opened for IN-PERSON SHOPPING! This is your corner market-style selection and quantity of free FRESH PRODUCE and other items collected daily from local grocery stores (bakery items, meat items, deli items, sandwiches, milk, etc.). https://whitebearfoodshelf.org/ 


  • 2446 County Road F East in WBL

  • M, T, W, F from 3-6pm

  • Everyone is welcome and no appointment is needed! Bring your own bag.


WOODLAND HILLS CORNER SHELF

Woodland Hills Corner Shelf is currently open and is a low-barrier food shelf, NO ID is needed. It is located at Woodland Hills Church. https://whchurch.org/find-support/the-corner-shelf/


  • 1740 Van Dyke Street, St. Paul

  • W, TH 10-11:30am

  • 651-287-3000


The church is also teaming up with Open Cupboard to open a second location of TODAY’S HARVEST, a fresh free market, later this spring. Today’s Harvest is currently open in Oakdale and offers daily items collected from local grocery stores, farms and other partners. Their NEW location will be in the North End of Woodland Hills Church and open daily. For more information: https://whchurch.org/welcoming-a-second-food-shelf/ or https://todaysharvestmn.org/new-site-update/


TODAY’S HARVEST CURRENT LOCATION  https://todaysharvestmn.org/


  • 8264 4th Street North, Oakdale

  • M-F, 10:30am - 6:00pm and Sat. 10:30am - 2:30pm


FAMILY VALUES FOR LIFE

Family Meal in a Box available for anyone. Do not have to live in Ramsey. Bring ID and current piece of mail if possible to register for the first time. Can come twice a month. https://fvflmn.org/


  • 1280 Arcade St, St Paul

  • Tuesdays 3-6pm

  • 651-774-6663

Community resource advocates available at Ramsey County Library

Do you need assistance with housing, food, mental health care, daycare/preschool or other resources?  


Social workers will be present in the library to help individuals and families with questions relating to housing, accessing benefits, food assistance, employment, teen services, early childhood, crisis intervention, and more. All are welcome. No appointments necessary.


Hours and locations

Contact Call 651-724-6062 for more information. Co-sponsored by People Incorporated.


https://www.ramseycounty.us/content/community-resource-advocates-available-ramsey-county-library

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December Food Resources 2023 FINAL
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