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Our Vision

We want to stamp out hunger in local community/neighborhood and expand the reach across Minnesota.

Our Mission

We establish, expand access for healthy meal. The people we will be serving includes undernourished children, families on the brink of starvation, senior citizens. We want to ensure that everyone we serve gets 3 meals a day.

Our Core Values

Every human being born in this world has a right to get their healthy meal everyday. We only serve healthy, nutritious, organic meal. We are committed to serve our community by distributing food to the needy people. Together lets end hunger in our community and help those in our community going through rough patches.

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