Food Donations

We strive to give everyone fresh and wholesome food to stock their pantry; food to make a meal for their family. 

Non-perishable food items

We accept non-expired, damage-free, unopened non-perishable food items. We also gratefully accept grocery store gift cards, preferably in increments of $10.

Most needed foods

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Fresh fruits and vegetables

We gladly accept fresh fruits and vegetables from your garden. We distribute the produce through our Fresh Choice Market – which families can access once per week. Last summer, 250 families per week visited the market. We really cannot have too much fresh produce. During our annual client survey, fresh produce is always one of the most requested items.

Most requested produce
  • Peppers
  • Tomatoes
  • Onions/Radishes
  • Cucumbers
  • Beans
  • Squash/Zucchini
  • Peas
  • Potatoes

Toiletries and paper products

Personal Care Items

Cleaning Supplies

Featured News

Summer Food For Kids

Why do we have our Summer Food for kids program? During the summer, when children do not receive free/reduced lunch at school, we provide additional food to their families. Families often have difficulty securing enough food in the summer months. This summer the...

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School Supplies

BACK-TO-SCHOOL SUPPLIES PROGRAM Eden Prairie Schools (EPS) families experiencing financial hardship can again pick up needed school supplies for their students at each school during Back-to-School Open House Nights at the end of August. Families do NOT need to...

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Recent News

Summer Food For Kids

Why do we have our Summer Food for kids program? During the summer, when children do not receive free/reduced lunch at school, we provide additional food to their families. Families often have difficulty securing enough food in the summer months. This summer the...

I am not hungry anymore – Talia

This is a story about Talia, she’s a first grader from a local Eden Prairie school. She was having a hard time focusing in class and didn’t seem to have the energy to play with her friends while outside for recess. Her teacher was concerned, so she asked the social...

A dream come true – Casey

Many of PROP’s clients can’t afford to send their kids to summer camps. With a little help from PROP some dreams do come true. Here is one. Casey, a 10-year old girl who always loved collecting toy ponies, was able to attend a five-day horseback riding camp in...

Help much needed – Maria

Maria, a single mom with two children came to PROP in pain, from an infected tooth. Her dentist would not help unless she paid in advance, and the tooth couldn’t be pulled or it would have created bigger problems later. Her choice was to pay the rent or take away the...