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OUR FIRST YEAR.
Harvest from the Heart had an amazing first full year as a resource center for all of South Minneapolis! Download our PDF to read all about the 450 TONS of food we distributed in 2022!
MISSION & HISTORY.
Carol Beaurline started the Incarnation Food Shelf in 1983, serving everyone who came in need. It was located in the basement of the Rectory. After Carol retired, her son Tim Beaurline and Lynette Dzwonkowski kept the Food Shelf operating every Tuesday & Thursday for the next 37 years.
The Covid pandemic brought into focus the deep food insecurity within the heart of South Minneapolis. A new "Food Center" was designed by converting the four-car garage on the east end of the property into warm and welcoming space for all. The project was funded 100% by grants acquired by the Church of the Incarnation's development office at no cost to the parish. It broke ground late 2020 and was completed November 16th, 2021. Tim Beaurline passed away in the fall of 2022, after a year of seeing the amazing changes that took root from his mother's efforts.
Harvest from the Heart is dedicated to meeting the every-changing needs of South Minneapolis. Come see where we started, what we have become and how we plan to continue serving this community!
Our old space.
Our new space.
Maria “Piti” Capouch
Food Center Manager
Food Center Associate
A very special thank you to all of our partners who have helped in the past and those who continue to do so!
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