The HopeBridge mission is to serve in ways that make a difference today
and offer hope for tomorrow. The HopeBridge Food Shelf exists to do that
by helping those experiencing food insecurities.
Families and individuals can visit once a month.
No appointment is needed, but on-site registration is required.
A photo identification is necessary for each visit (driver’s license, state identification, residence card). If your ID does not reflect your current address, you must bring in mail showing your current address.
- Proof of residence must be provided for all members in the household. Each adult (21+) requires mail dated within 60 days. Each child under age 21 requires a school ID, report card, medical card, birth certificate or social security card. After the first visit, we will not be able to provide food for individuals without this information on record.
- Our areas of service include New Hope, Crystal and Plymouth residents.
- Clients may also visit if they fit into one of these two categories:
- A regular attender/member of New Hope Church or are involved in any of its ministries. If this applies, make sure you are listed in the church database.
- Referred by Tree House Ministries or Robbinsdale Women’s Center. Provide the date of reference and name of person who referred you.
Hours of Operation
2016 Holiday Hours
The food shelf is closed on Saturday, May 28, Saturday, September 3, Thursday, November 24, Saturday, December 24, and Saturday, December 31.
Regular Weekly Hours
Thursdays, 4:00 p.m.-8:00 p.m.
Saturdays, 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.
4217 Boone Avenue
New Hope, MN 55428
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