Weekly News
Every day something incredible happens at Minnie's Food Pantry! See what we have been up to this week and celebrate those who made it all possible! If you can't feed 100 people, #FeedJustONE!
Last week at Minnie's Food Pantry, we had the privilege of providing 770 individuals with a total of 18,052 meals! These meals included fresh produce and fresh meats, as well as bakery items.
Purchases made at Minnie's Resale Boutique enabled us to provide 11,535 meals to families through our Feed Just One program. Remember, when you shop at Minnie's Resale Boutique, every $1 spent provides 3 meals to a family in need.

Thank you to all the individuals and corporations that served with us this week. Time is valuable, and we know you could have spent it anywhere. We are grateful you spent it with us: Texas Health Dallas L&D, USAA, Grand Peaks, Service Autopilots, Jack Black, Zurich, Fannie Mae, Dallas Healing House, Grace Presbyterian Church, Solis Mammography and Shawnee Trail Small Group.

Help Us Win A Portion of $30,000!
CALLING ALL TARGET SHOPPERS: Target's guest-giving campaign benefiting Minnie's Food Pantry is coming to an end in just 2 weeks!! We have already gathered more than 5K votes to help win our share of $30,000. Remember, when you shop using your Target App, you receive cash back on all of your Target purchases AND you can vote for your favorite charity to receive funding from Target!! Sign Up for Target Circle! And remember to cast your votes for Minnie's Food Pantry. Voting ends April 7th!

 Shelves Are Going Bare!
Help Us Stock Our Shelves!
Our shelves are going bare and there are a few items that we are most in need of. Please see below a list of our most urgent needs and consider how you can help! If you have any questions or would like to host a food drive, please contact us at: FoodDrives@MinniesFoodPantry.org

  • Cereal
  • Boxed Potatoes
  • Canned Fruit
  • Canned Meat
"I first heard about Minnie’s Food Pantry from a lady I met on the bus. She had a lot of groceries with her. After talking to her, I learned she just came from Minnie's Food Pantry and I decided to go visit myself. To take the trip, I would take the train at 5:50am and arrive by bus at Minnie's around 6:35am. What I enjoy about Minnie's Food Pantry is receiving the fresh vegetables and meats during every visit. I was diagnosed with a tumor and diabetes, so Minnie's Food Pantry is heaven-sent because they give me healthy foods that I need. Minnie's Food Pantry is batting 1,000! The food quality and the love I receive from the staff and volunteers is wonderful.
-Mr. Richard, Age: 68
For more information about Minnie's Food Pantry, our programs + services, or how to get involved, please email us at: INFO@MinniesFoodPantry.org