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Olmsted County-Minnesota-Free Food pantries /Food Banks

  • Listed: August 6, 2018 9:00 pm
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Free Food pantries /Food Banks

Food banks and free food pantries listed below help families that are facing hunger. The pantries are mostly located at churches and non-profits in the region. Most of the free food pantry locations may have an application process, which usually requires proof of income, residency proof etc. Using donations from the community, and relying on volunteers, the locations may pass out free boxes of food or serve a meal.


Hosanna’s Pantry
2815 57th St NW
Rochester, MN, 55901
Dial (507) 424-1707 for details.
Free supplemental groceries are passed out. The box may have frozen food, rice, fruits, and more for income qualified Olmsted families.


Word of Life pantry
Location – 400 13th Ave SE
Rochester, MN, 55904


Salvation Army Center of Rochester
20 1st Ave NE
Rochester, Minnesota, 55906
Telephone number – (507) 288-3663
Emergency food is passed out at most twice per month. Seniors as well as children are the primary clients. They also have Adopt a Family for Christmas help, applications to TEFAP – Emergency Food Assistance Program for USDA commodities, and shelter.


Church pantry
Address: 131 35th St SE
Rochester, Minnesota, 55904
Phone – (507) 424-1706


Byron Community Center
610 Barbare Ln
Byron, MN, 55920
Programs include meals for seniors. Some volunteers of Channel-one may deliver them to the homebound. Surplus USDA commodities are served too.


Fishes & Loaves –  Rochester Outreach Center
Rochester, MN 55904
Phone – 507-226-8193
The location is open limited hours. The food bank may have free groceries as well as applications to WIC. Financial aid for paying certain bills, surplus USDA commodities, and other goods are available too from the charity.


Oronoco – Food Shelf at Presbyterian Church
Address is 20 3rd St SW Presbyterian Church
Oronoco, MN, 55960
Phone number is (507) 424-1707


Pine Island Sharing Shelves Food Shelf
Pine Island, Minnesota 55963
For hours, call (507) 356-2999
Residents that live in the Olmsted County side of the city can call. Free emergency food, clothing, Christmas meals and more is served.


Chosen Pantry – Satellite of Channel One
Address – 1310 10th Ave NE the Chosen Pantry
Rochester, MN, 55906
Phone:(507) 424-1707


Catholic Charities
Address – 903 W Center St #220
Rochester, MN
(507) 287-2047
A food bank, thrift store, and clothing closet are on site. Volunteers from the church offer food and other social services.


Oasis Church Food Bank
Location is 1815 38th St NW
Rochester, MN, 55901
Dial (507) 424-1707


Downtown Rochester food pantry
Address – 120 1st St NE Salvation Army
Rochester, Minnesota, 55906
Telephone – (507) 424-1707
Programs include Thanksgiving and Christmas meals. There are also holiday toys for children, emergency clothing, and other support.

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