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In 2013, nearly 700,000 pounds of food was provided to over 1,900 local families living in Champlin, Corcoran, Dayton, Maple Grove, Osseo and Rogers. Over 25 percent of this food was fresh produce. Annually, CROSS provides food to approximately 6,500 individuals (46 percent are children under the ag...Read More
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As of June 1, CROSS is extending its evening hours for working families/individuals and closing on Fridays before rush hour traffic on I-94W is at its peak. Historically, Friday traffic leaving the city has made it nearly impossible for families to get to the offices before 4 p.m. New hours will be ...Read More
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With a simple phrase “Can you help us deliver hope for those in need?” mail carriers in Champlin, Maple Grove, Osseo and Rogers joined with CROSS, Saturday, May 10, for the 22nd Annual Letter Carriers’ food drive Stamp Out Hunger. Mail carriers from these postal areas delivered over 19,800 pou...Read More
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CROSS Service appreciates the community’s support, especially the Scouts who brought food to the local food shelf Saturday, April 26. Scouts started canvassing their neighborhoods at 9:30 a.m., later delivered and sorted over three tons of food. CROSS individually acknowledges the troops that help...Read More
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As a feature of the recently remodeled Cub Foods in Maple Grove, it donated to CROSS approximately one ton of non-perishable food items. Cub Foods in addition, participate in CROSS Food Rescue Program. About the program: Food Rescue Program accepts perishable and shelf-stable food, with an emphasis ...Read More
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April is National Volunteer Appreciation Month   CROSS has countless volunteers and we appreciate them all. Volunteers supported CROSS with nearly 28,000 hours of service during 2013. Rachael, a CROSS volunteer for over five years tells her story. Rachael, a widow for about five years now, was ...Read More
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CROSS offers resources and opportunities for seniors in area communities. Clothes Closet: CROSS has a shopping area located in its facility in Rogers. Clothing is sold for .50 cents a pound. Also, picture frames, lamps, dishes, and other household items are available at CROSS. Food shelf: Serving al...Read More
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CROSS Services depends on volunteers to help stock the food shelf, welcome families as they arrive, deliver meals, data entry, and much much more. CROSS appreciates several hundred regular volunteers that assist with the daily operations. Volunteers come from an array of backgrounds; retired individ...Read More
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