Food Resources

FOOD RESOURCES in FREEBORN COUNTY

 

FOOD PANTRIES 

Alden Area Food Shelf – (507)383-6913 – Redeemer Lutheran Church at 191 Water Street, Alden MN 56007 – Tuesday 4:00pm-6:00pm

Ecumenical Food Pantry – (507)373-2035 - First Presbyterian Church at 308 Water Street, Albert Lea, MN 56007 – Tuesday and Friday 9:00am-11:45am – eligibility 1X per month – bring bags or boxes

Salvation Army Food Pantry – (507)373-8776 - 302 Court Street, Albert Lea, MN 56007 – Monday through Friday 2:00pm-4:00pm (During COVID-19, you may come as often as needed)

Ruby’s Pantry-United Methodist Church of Albert Lea at 702 US Route 69, Albert Lea, MN 56007. $20 cash donation, no income or residency requirements. 1st Saturday of each month, 8:45-10:00 AM. Check Ruby’s Pantry-Albert Lea MN for updated information on Facebook.

Little Free Pantry—Salem Lutheran Church at 115 N. Washington Ave, Albert Lea MN 56007. 24/7 cupboard located outside. Find their Facebook page at  Albert Lea Little Free Pantry | Facebook

 

 READY TO EAT MEAL PROGRAMS

 

Salvation Army Meal Site – (507)373-5710 - 302 Court Street, Albert Lea, MN 56007 – Monday through Friday 11:30am-12:30pm

Loaves & Fishes – (507)373-1545 - St Theodore Catholic Church at Marian Hall 315 E Clark St, Albert Lea, MN - Monday Nights 5:00pm–5:45pm. Hot Meals to go.

Trinity Lutheran Church – (507)373-2466 – 501 South Washington Avenue, Albert Lea Wednesday 5:00pm -5:30 pm or as supplies last. Hot to go meals on first Wed. of month, cold to go meals after.

First Lutheran Church- (507) 373-6424-30-1 W Clark St, Albert LeaThursday 5:00 pm drive through style for hot meals to go.

 

INCOME-BASED SUPPLEMENTAL FOOD PROGRAMS

 

Channel One Food Bank & Food Shelf (USDA) - (507) 287-2350 or 1-877-500-8699 - Nutrition Assistance Program for Seniors (NAPS) supplemental food program – 35 pound box of food 1x per month.

WIC (USDA) - (507) 377-5289 - Freeborn County Public Health in the Courthouse, 411 Broadway S, Albert Lea, MN 56007 is a federal program for low-income women, infants and children up to age 5.

 

For a Printable Version of this resource /sites/unitedwayfc.org/files/2020-09/Fall%202021%20Food%20Resources.pdf

 

No Pop Up Pantries Planned.
With our focus on impacting communities, United Way plays a key role in ensuring everyone has access to food.
By developing key partnerships with agencies such as the
Channel One Regional Food Bank, UWFC was able to provide Pop Up Pantries from May 2020 to May 2021.
These are not permanent food resources, and there will be no Pop Up Pantries after May 14th, 2021.