In past years, Twin Cities area food co-ops have participated in the Minnesota FoodShare March Campaign, the largest grassroots food and fund drive in the state. Seward Co-op’s SEED program is rooted in the enthusiasm our shoppers have for rounding up at the register during the March Campaign.
This March, co-ops across the state have come together once again to support the Minnesota FoodShare March Campaign! All donations made at any of Seward Co-op’s locations will go to this month’s recipient: St. Stephen’s Human Services.
Minnesota FoodShare envisions a future where all Minnesotans have access to healthy food and no one struggles with food insecurity. St. Stephen’s Human Services operates two shelters in Minneapolis for adults of all genders experiencing homelessness. SEED funds will be used to infuse the nearly 300 meals served daily with more nutritious, local, and environmentally-conscious options.