Everyone should get to experience the post-Thanksgiving-meal food coma if they want to. But for many, the expense is just too much. If you or your friends and family members need help, these organizations will make sure your table (and your stomach) are full.
There are some steps for signing up in advance, so do it as soon as you can.
Note: many organizations haven’t released information on their Thanksgiving plans, so this is far from a comprehensive list. We’ll send out updates on Twitter and Facebook as we confirm details of other meals.
Loaves and Fishes (St. Stephen’s church in Minneapolis)
Open Arms of MN
Meals on Wheels
Union Gospel Mission: 435 University Ave E. St. Paul
register for a free bag of Thanksgiving groceries
Marie Sandvik Center at 1112 East Franklin Ave, Minneapolis
St. Matthew Lutheran Church–4101 Washington St. NE
Columbia Heights, MN