Read all about what is happening this Summer at Neighbors - including information about a matching donation opportunity from Open Your Heart to the Hungry and Homeless, summer salad recipes from our Menu Makers team, a "cool" video produced by Town Square Television and virtually meet our new AmeriCorps volunteers. Click here to read the [...]
Who's ready for a summer picnic? We've got some wonderful, refreshing summer salad and salsa recipes you can make! They're not too heavy, but are packed with flavor and nutritious ingredients. Click here for full list of summer salad and salsa recipes. Menu Makers is a recipe-sharing program developed by Neighbors’ food shelf volunteers. It [...]
Explore the latest happenings at Neighbors - including a new refrigerated cargo van, participation in a statewide legal assistance program and a special tribute to legacy volunteer Virginia Milbert just before her 104th birthday. Click here to read the full newsletter.
This month's collection of recipes have one important condiment in common: mayonnaise (also referred to as 'mayo'). Mayonnaise is an ingredient that can be used in almost anything as you can tell by our recipes which range from delicious appetizers and side dishes to tasty entrees and rich desserts. Mayonnaise is the so-called glue that [...]
Neighbors Offers Legal Kiosk Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, many components of our legal system were moved online, creating a digital divide that has disproportionately impacted communities across Minnesota. Access to receiving legal assistance has become limited for individuals with barriers to transportation and technology. To help address this issue, the Minnesota Legal Services Coalition [...]
Catch up on the latest happenings at Neighbors, Inc. in our May newsletter. Includes information about a storewide Spring Sale in our Clothes Closet Thrift Store, results of our Minnesota FoodShare March Campaign and more! Click here to read full newsletter.
Find Essential Items at Affordable Prices And Support Neighbors at the Same Time! After taking its second pause during the COVID pandemic, the Clothes Closet Thrift Store re-opened for in-person shopping on Wednesday, March 17 and began accepting donations on April 7. During the latest temporary closure, the store layout was updated a second time [...]
Grocery Store Partners Offer Convenient Way to Donate to Neighbors, Inc. Several of our grocery store partners sell pre-packaged donation bags to help the Neighbors food shelf. Bags typically cost between $5 - $15, depending on the items inside. Neighbors works with the grocery store partners to change the contents of the bags, depending on [...]
Planning a garden? Consider donating some fresh produce to Neighbors this season! Read all about setting up a giving garden as well as updates on the Minnesota FoodShare March Campaign and more in this month's newsletter. Click here to read the full April newsletter.
Cereal - it's not just for breakfast anymore! Check out these creative and delicious recipes our Menu Makers team has come up with for cinnamon crunch cereal. They're sweet! Click here for cinnamon crunch cereal recipes. Menu Makers is a recipe-sharing program developed by Neighbors’ food shelf volunteers. It features a different [...]
Local Church Gets Creative to Keep their Annual March Campaign Safe While Still Supporting Neighbors Despite worshiping apart from each other this year, Luther Memorial Church in South St. Paul wanted to find a safe way to unite its members during their annual Minnesota FoodShare fundraiser because they are passionate about caring for their neighbors. [...]
Learn all about Minnesota FoodShare's March Campaign, read about our new Alumni program for retired volunteers, find out when you can shop in the Clothes Closet Thrift Store and discover new recipes for canned tuna thanks to our team of Menu Makers volunteers. Click here to read the March newsletter.
Tuna is a great source of protein that can be added to lots of simple and affordable meals. Canned tuna is shelf-stable and easy to store. It is one of the staples that can be found in our food shelf. Click here to check out the delicious list of tuna recipes from our Menu Makers [...]
Annual March Donation Drive Helps Stock the Shelves MN FoodShare March Campaign Benefits Neighbors, Inc. Donations during the month of March are critical to keep the shelves stocked at the Neighbors, Inc. food shelf. This past year, Neighbors served more than 6,500 households/families in our food shelf and distributed nearly 900,000 lbs. of food. We [...]
February is the month of love and we LOVE to see our volunteers returning to serve their neighbors in need at Neighbors, Inc. Find out what else is going on at Neighbors during the month of February in our latest newsletter. Click here to read the full February newsletter.
Our Menu Maker's volunteer team has come up with some *super* recipes using another food shelf staple: raisins. Raisins are high in antioxidants and fiber and low in both fat and cholesterol. They're the perfect ingredient enhancement to many delicious recipes. Try one of these while you are watching the big game in February! Click [...]
Catch up on the latest news for the new year! January's newsletter includes information about new at-home volunteer opportunities and a link to watch our brand new video. Click here to read the full newsletter.
There are a variety of delicious ways you can incorporate spaghetti noodles into your meals. With both vegetarian and protein-packed options, these recipes will fit into many different diets. Click here for a complete list of Menu Makers' featured spaghetti recipes. Menu Makers is a recipe-sharing program developed by Neighbors’ food shelf volunteers. [...]
Read all about our custom app for the Holiday Gift Program, opportunities to support Neighbors during the holiday season, updates about volunteering, the Clothes Closet Thrift Store and more! Click here to read the full December newsletter.
Read all about this year's Holiday Gift Program, food drives, Give to the Max Day, food shelf needs, Clothes Closet Thrift Store updates and more in this month's e-newsletter. Click here to read full newsletter.