Where They Go

The goal of The Sandwich Project is to help feed as many people in need as possible. In the beginning our founders orchestrated the making of 45,000 sandwiches for two shelters in Minneapolis to now providing 400,000 sandwiches per year for several homeless shelters and food shelves throughout the Twin Cities and surrounding areas. Current shelters and food shelves we serve include:

Bethesda Baptist Church Food Shelf, Minneapolis

Waite House, Minneapolis

Division of Indian Works, Minneapolis

Sabathani Food Shelf, Minneapolis

Simpson United Methodist Food Shelf and Shelter, Minneapolis

Groveland Food Shelf (Plymouth Congregational Church), Minneapolis

St. Mark’s Episcopal Church Food Shelf, Minneapolis

Pilgrim’s Rest Baptist Church Food Shelf, N. Minneapolis

Immanuel Baptist Tabernacle Street Ministry Program, Minneapolis

Near Food Shelf, Crystal

Keystone Midway Food Shelf, St. Paul

A Place of Hope Shelter, St. Cloud


Loaves and Fishes Meal Sites:

Holy Rosary Catholic Church, South Minneapolis

St. Stephen’s Catholic Church, South Minneapolis

New Bethel, North Minneapolis

Beloved, St. Paul

St. Matthew’s, St. Paul

St. Gabriel’s, Hopkins

St. Mark’s, Shakopee