From the start of spring to daylight saving time, holidays and spring breaks to winter sports tournaments, there’s a lot going on in March. March also happens to be a big month at Neighbors and for food shelves across the state. The annual Minnesota FoodShare March Campaign serves as our biggest food and fund drive [...]
Travis is back with his second Food Fight restaurant experience. His most recent stop was at Mississippi Pub, and here's what he had to say about their Bacon Mac and Cheeseburger: Incredible! First time ever trying a burger with mac and cheese. When it was brought out, it was surrounded by a halo of cheesy mac [...]
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WANTED: COATS IN THE MOAT Winter Carnival Royal Family Members to Spend the Night in the Ecolab Ice Palace in Rice Park to Encourage Cold-Weather Gear Donations to Neighbors, Inc. Who: The Lord of the Queen (2018 Queen of Snows Jill Nadimi's boyfriend) Charlie Lehnen and Danny Maslowski, a 2018 member of the King's Guard [...]
Are you ready for the Great Neighbors’ Food Fight?! This year, seven local restaurants will be vying for the title of best burger, and you can help choose the winner. The battle begins on February 1, 2018. Each restaurant has designated one burger to compete in this event, and each $35 Food Fight card can [...]
Amy's family has made the Walk to End Hunger an annual Thanksgiving tradition. They started eight years ago, when her youngest was just barely walking himself. Now it is something the kids look forward to every year. Amy said, "The day after Halloween this year my oldest asked when we were going to do the [...]
Planning to participate in Minnesota’s annual day of giving? We hope you’ll consider donating to Neighbors. Not only will you be directly helping to fund our emergency and supportive services programs for residents of northern Dakota County, but your gift will also go further! A very generous anonymous donor has offered a dollar-for-dollar match for [...]
Give back before you give thanks during the 10th annual Walk to End Hunger! At Neighbors, we serve an average of 500 families each month in the food shelf – all from northern Dakota County – and we’re currently serving more this year than we did in 2016. Will you join us as we partner [...]
Start your holiday shopping early with a Shop for Kindness discount card at the Mall of America. One hundred percent of the proceeds benefit the Walk to End Hunger general fund (of which Neighbors receives a portion following the Walk), so it's a fun and easy way to help #eliMNatehunger! The discount cards are $40 [...]
Accept the 2017 Food Shelf Challenge from Open Your Heart to the Hungry and Homeless and Neighbors, Inc. this July. You can make a difference for hungry families in our community. Minnesota summers were made for trips to the cabin, boat rides on the lake, and farmers market outings, not food shelf visits. But that’s the [...]
Join us again for a fun-filled evening of beer, appetizers, lawn games and a silent auction on July 11 from 6 to 8 p.m. at Wabasha Brewing Company! Admission includes two tasty glasses of brew from Wabasha's tap selection, as well as delicious appetizers from the Neighbors 2017 Food Fight Champion - Cherokee Tavern. New [...]
This year marks the 25th anniversary of the National Association of Letter Carriers’ Stamp Out Hunger® Food Drive and we are grateful to once again be the recipient for local South St. Paul, West St. Paul and Inver Grove Heights donations. Be sure to tell your friends and mark your calendar: this year’s drive will [...]
Once again, we are humbled by the support we received from the community during the Minnesota FoodShare March Campaign. This year, we collected a combined total of 324,859 pounds/dollars to help feed our neighbors in need. To everyone who donated, volunteered and helped spread the word, thank you! We are so grateful.
Today marks the last day to use your 2017 Great Neighbors' Food Fight punch card! We hope you enjoyed the great wings featured by the six participating restaurants -- don't forget to vote for your favorite by April 7. And now, we hope you'll read on to learn more about Griffin's final Food Fight stop! [...]
If you haven't had a chance to finish sampling all the great wings in this year's Great Neighbors Food Fight, be sure to get them done by Friday, March 31. Then cast your vote here by April 7. ---- As this, a journey most fowl, comes nearer to its untimely conclusion, believe me when I say [...]
Read on to get the details about Griffin's latest Food Fight adventure! -- What began as a charming Tuesday afternoon ended as a delightful Tuesday early evening at the latest stop on my Food Fight adventure. The destination: BLVD Bar & Grill. As my mom and I approached the door, we knew we were in [...]
Get your grocery shopping done and help feed our neighbors in need!
As you get ready to read Griffin's latest stop, don't forget -- punch cards are available at the Neighbors office or by clicking here! -- The day was Sunday, the mission: chicken. After recruiting a couple of friends to partake in the adventure, I hopped into my Chevy and fired down Highway 52 with aplomb. [...]
The Minnesota FoodShare March Campaign is here! This annual food and fund drive helps us stock the shelves for the busy summer months ahead, plus the amount we raise plays a role in how much FoodShare funding we receive later in the year – so a donation now goes even further. This year, we’re hoping [...]
Stop by and visit the Neighbors Clothes Closet Thrift Store in March for some great deals and new spring fashions!
Neighbors, Inc. is pleased to announce that Charles D. Thompson will be the organization’s next executive director. Charlie will join Neighbors in March, working with current executive director John Kemp until his retirement on April 15. “We are thrilled that Charlie will be joining Neighbors as its new executive director,” says Brian Counihan, chair of [...]