LifeHaven Make a Meal
Lutheran Social Service of MN
Life Haven provides short term transitional housing to teen moms (ages 16-17) who are experiencing homelessness and their children. The program provides a friendly, safe, and supportive place where young moms can move out of survival mode and begin to work on a plan that will lead them toward stability for themselves and their children.
Meals are needed that can feed 8 adults and contains a main dish, a side dish, and a veggie. Milk, juice, fruit, and dessert are also much appreciated. (No hotdishes please).
Mashed Potatoes and gravy
Meals are needed that are completely prepared when dropped off with only heating necessary.
Thank you for your interest in helping provide nutritious food for teen moms and their children.
In response to the COVID-19 public health crisis, we have established "no contact" drop off procedures.
Please contact MetroHomelessYouth@lssmn.org for more information or be placed on our meal donation schedule. Thank you for your generosity during these challenging times.
About Lutheran Social Service of MN
2485 Como Ave, Saint Paul, MN 55108, US
"Lutheran Social Service of Minnesota expresses the love of Christ for all people through service that inspires hope, changes lives, and builds community." Expresses the love of Christ for all people: The work of LSS is grounded in Christ's unconditional love for all people. LSS celebrates other faiths and invites everyone who shares our vision to join in the common cause with us. Through service: LSS offers a broad range of service intended to provide all whom we serve the opportunity to live and work with dignity, safety, and hope. Inspires hope: Hope instills conviction about life as it should be and creates the courage to seek it. Changes lives: People who come to LSS yearn for change in their lives. LSS recognizes that its role is to be a catalyst for that change. Builds community: LSS resolves to optimize its capacity for advocacy and influencing change. A center role for LSS is to build the public will with respect to the vision we have for the community's life together.
LSS is the largest, statewide non-profit social service agency in Minnesota with over 2, 400 employees who serve in 300 communities. It is owned by the six Minnesota synods of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA). Services are divided into four divisions:
- Children and Youth
- Families and Adults
- Older Adults
- People with Disabilities
Volunteers are a growing part of LSS with more than 10,000 active volunteers working for the vision: LSS Volunteers change lives by encouraging hope and connecting communitites, by energizing staff and enhancing services, by growing their own talents and sense of purpose.