Food & Hygiene Donations

 

Have you ever considered hosting a food drive for CEAP? It’s ea25-food-01sy!  Below is a link to our list of our most needed items from cereal to spaghetti, canned fruits and vegetables to infant formula, and laundry soap to shampoo.  

Food Shelf Donation Ideas

Also, below are signs you can use to advertise your drive:

CEAP Hygiene Drive Sign

CEAP Food Drive Sign

Minnesota FoodShare March Campaign food and fund drive action kit –  talking points, ideas and more for your March campaign.

 

 

Did you know you can donated fresh produce to CEAP?

CEAP strives to providegarden-gleaning-19-2 nutritious food to those who need it. Our goal is for food shelf visitors to leave with at least 50% of their food as fresh produce. You can help make this possible.

CEAP accepts garden donations of all types. The over 1,500 families we serve each month greatly appreciate the opportunity to enjoy fresh fruits, vegetables and herbs including eggplant, squash, green beans, cabbage, basil, spinach, corn and all types of fruit.

Your donation options are endless! All we ask is that you label your donations with the types of produce inside; and make sure all items are clean, in good condition, and free of pests.

 

Looking to help out our No Hassles Youth Food Shelf?

To donate specifically to the No Hassles Youth Food Shelf, bring your contributions to CEAP’s Brooklyn Center office and let our hospitality desk know it is designated for the No Hassles Youth Food Shelf.

Youth Food Shelf Items