Centennial Community Food Shelfcurrently serves about 200 low income families each month, along with another 200 school children with our Powerpack program. To meet the needs of our neighbors in need, we rely on donations of food and cash from area churches, businesses, schools, clubs and individuals who share our mission “In the spirit of love, provide nourishment to people”.
What to Expect:
To learn more about how to access our services, please review the following|:
Food shelf clients meet with a food shelf volunteer and provide basic household information. Food will be received the same day.
The Centennial Community Food Shelf
assists our clients in its food shelf in Circle Pines. Once a month, eligible families or individuals will receive a cart of groceries including:
We are currently serving clients twice a month. However we cannot guarantee now how long this will continue as we move out of the pandemic.
We have traditionally distributed a holiday basket of food to prepare consisting
of turkey or ham, vegetables, potatoes, dessert, rolls and butter. We distribute
for the Thanksgiving, Christmas, Easter, and Fourth of July holidays. You must
sign up for this in the month prior to these dates. (Ask volunteers for a form.)
Starting with Thanksgiving 2022, we have resumed our holiday baskets, and
they will be held in our current location, Circle Pines City Hall Building, Lower
Level Back Entrance, 200 Civic Heights Circle Circle Pines.
In order to participate, you must have used our Food Shelf within the past 4 or
5 weeks, filled out our form and bring back the number you will be given as
you register with us in the days before our basket distribution.
In the spirit of love, providing nourishment to people
Food Shelf Hours:
Mondays / Thursdays 4 - 6 PM
No appointment necessary