Community Resources

  1. Food
  2. Unemployment
  3. Energy Assistance

ECHO Food Shelf

Call 507-345-7508 or book online. Phone lines will open at 9 am.

Feeding our Community Partners

Delivering BackPack Food Program to doorsteps.

Holy Grounds

Meals can be picked up at the South entrance between 9-10 am. Hot coffee will also be available.

Lafayette Charter School

Offering lunches to LCS families who need meals.

Nicollet Public Schools

Offering free breakfast and lunch to anyone in need.

Nutrition Assistance Program for Seniors (NAPS)

NAPS is a nutrition assistance program just for seniors. Qualifying older adults receive a free supplemental food package every month. Each package includes a nutritious balance of shelf-stable foods, plus reduced-fat cheese.

St. Peter Food Shelf

Beginning March 18, 2020, food will be available by scheduled pick-up only. If you need food, please call the Food Shelf at 507-934-9641 to arrange a pick-up time. If you leave a message, your time is not confirmed until a volunteer returns your call.

St. Peter Public Schools

Offering meal distribution for all children 18 and under at various locations.

Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)

The Snap Program is a county-run, federal program that helps single persons or families with low incomes get the food that is needed. The program issues electronic food support benefits on an EBT card that can help supplement your food budget. Expedited SNAP supplies benefits quickly to households whose basic living needs exceed their monthly income. If you are eligible, benefits will be issued within 5 working days.