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We are a Christian, non-profit, community-based organization supplementing food and hygiene items to those in need.

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For those in need within our community, we offer assistance with food and hygiene products. If you are having difficulties please feel free to contact us today so we may discuss how the Buffalo Food Shelf can help you and your family.

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Latest News

Thank you to all in the Buffalo community that helped make the Minnesota Food Share March Campaign a success. Statewide, this was the second best March Campaign in 34 years, according to the Greater Minneapolis Council of Churches.

Size of Buffalo Food Shelf facility more than doubled with the recent completion of a new addition The square footage at the Buffalo Food Shelf more than doubled when the recently constructed addition was finished.  The older part of the building has 2,350 square feet of space, and the newer part has 2,880 square feet, said Fred Naaktgeboren, food shelf director. The expansion project construction was managed by local contractor Loren Weese, who has a solid reputation in the community, … read more

In the last several years, the Buffalo High School (BHS) Student Council has organized RAVE Week (Respect and Value Everyone).  They select a different charitable subject each year, and this year the focus is on homelessness and gratitude. This Friday, Feb. 26 at 7 p.m. in the high school’s Performing Arts Center, Kristan Clow from HOPE 4 Youth (an Anoka drop-in center serving 16-23 year olds who are at-risk or who are experiencing homelessness), will be the keynote speaker about … read more