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Check out our latest newsletter! The June 2020 edition features an update about Feed the Valley, COVID-19 response planning, a message from Tracy, a call for volunteers and a brief message from a donor who is a former client. If you like what you read, please...

A message from our CEO, Tracy Maki Dear friends of Valley Outreach, We continue to stand in solidarity with our community members, colleagues, supporters and partners against racism and inequity. For too many people, particularly Black, Indigenous and People of Color, the senseless killing of George Floyd...

Check out our latest newsletter! The May 2020 edition features a message from Tracy, some fun things our supporters are doing to help Valley Outreach and a few FAQs about our COVID-19 response. If you like what you read, join our mailing list!  ...

A message from our CEO, Tracy Maki “You are my first place to call. We appreciate all you do and the chances you are taking…” This is a voicemail from an individual who accesses our programs and it’s just one more reason we do all we can...

A message from our CEO, Tracy Maki Hello friends of Valley Outreach, Let me start this update by saying, we miss YOU and all the hustle and bustle that is a typical day at Valley Outreach. We also know things right now are anything but typical. Our...

Last updated: May 1, 2020 We're still providing client support via phone while our building remains closed. If you need help call our main line 651-430-2739, leave your name, number and a brief message. A member of our team will follow-up as soon as they can. We...

A message from our CEO, Tracy Maki Dear friends of Valley Outreach, In response to the Stay at Home order issued by the Minnesota governor’s office this week, Valley Outreach is further streamlining processes to encourage people to stay home and limit interactions with the public. Effective...

Message from our CEO, Tracy Maki Dear friends of Valley Outreach, We’ve spent this week serving our community through a drive-up services model. We’ve been able to serve everyone who has come to us in need of food – more than 300 households. We’ve also received incredible support...

Providing food for our neighbors in need has been a priority for Valley Outreach for more than 35 years. It will continue to be in the coming weeks. In fact, the need for our food programming will likely be greater than ever. With the updated recommendations...

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