Fare For All is a great way to save money on quality, nutritious food. We buy fresh fruits, vegetables, and frozen meat in bulk to save you up to 40% off grocery store prices. We select the best food from our shipments, pre-packaging it to give you the greatest deals. Fare For All is community supported and open to everyone. The more people who participate, the better.

Fare For All has thirty locations in the greater Twin Cities metro area where our food packages are sold once a month. All our locations are cash and carry – there is no need to register in advance. Click here to find the location closest to you or click here to see what sales are coming up this week.

How it works

Fare For All buys fresh produce and frozen meat in bulk from wholesalers and manufactures to find the best deals available. Volunteers at our warehouse pre-pack the produce and meat into food packages that range in price from $10 – $25. These packages are for sale at all of our Fare For All locations. To visit a Fare For All location, there is no need to register in advance or fill out any paperwork. Fare For All is open to everyone – because we buy food in bulk, the more people who participate the better. We try to fill our trucks for each location, so it is very rare that we run out of food. We visit our locations once a month, for two hours at a time. Fare For All accepts cash, credit, debit, and EBT cards.

Serving Hennepin & Anoka Counties, Minneapolis and West Metro

Working Partnerships provides assistance to union households experiencing financial hardship. Services include emergency financial assistance, food assistance, referrals, and advocacy. If you are a union member seeking emergency financial and/or food assistance contact Working Partnerships.

In addition to direct services, Working Partnerships provides workforce training and union job information, works to increase union member volunteerism in community activities, and encourages participation in non-partisan civic engagement.

 AFLCIO Community Services (Washington, Chisago, Dakota, Ramsey counties)

Community Services volunteers and staff improve the lives of working families by working with broad and diverse coalitions to promote dignity and economic justice for workers. They also empower workers and their unions to make their communities better, more responsive places to live, work, raise a family and retire.

AFL-CIO Community Services liaisons:
• Provide information and referral services for a variety of resources, including health care, food and financial assistance and foreclosure prevention.
• Coordinate strike and layoff training for unions.
• Mobilize union members and community and religious organizations in support of workers’ struggles for justice.
• Advocate for working family issues, including affordable health care, improved transit and an economy that works for all.

To learn more contact:

Lynne Larkin-Wright
AFL-CIO Community Services Liaison
651-222-3787, extension 116
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