Everyone needs enough to eat…
United Community Action Partnership is committed to helping. Through partnerships with community members, volunteers and businesses, we are addressing chronic hunger in many ways, such as by offering local food shelves, Farmer’s Market Accessibility Outreach, SNAP Outreach, and more.
UCAP Food Shelf Near You
Our food shelves provide food to people in need and use the “client choice” system. People who visit the food shelf are able to choose the food that their family will use, and are given an amount of food based on their family size. UCAP has food shelves in four locations:
Kitchen Table Food Shelf- Tracy
231 Second St.
Tracy, MN 56175
(Located in Fire Dept Building)
Heron Lake/Okabena Food Shelf
400 9th St.
Heron Lake, MN 56137
(Enter South End of the Catholic School)
2nd Tuesdays of the month, 12-2pm
3rd Tuesdays of the month, 4-6pm
Farmer’s Market Accessibility Outreach
United Community Action Partnership staff are working with area Farmer’s Markets to make fresh, local foods available to more people. Participating markets accept SNAP/EBT benefits, credit and debit cards, and cash. Participating Farmers Markets are located in: Marshall, Worthington, Luverne, and Pipestone.
Participating Farmers Markets
Parking lot between the YMCA & Schwan’s
Fire Station Parking Lot (1215 3rd Ave.)
Ace Hardware Parking Lot (1131 Oxford St.)
Carrow’s True Value Parking Lot
207 E Main St.
Reach out to UCAP Today!
Looking for more information on UCAP’s Food Assistance and Food Shelves? Reach out to our main office!
For ways to donate or lend a hand to UCAP, visit our volunteer page.