ICA is committed to providing a wide variety of healthy, nutritious food to our neighbors in need. In addition to the nonperishable foods that are a staple of food shelf offerings, ICA provides neighbors with fresh vegetables and fruit, as well as milk, eggs, and meat.

Do you have a garden? Please consider sharing your harvest with your neighbors in need. Whether you plant an extra row for ICA, or just share your garden's bounty as it arrives, local, home-grown veggies are an incredible joy to share with our neighbors.

We accept any size donation: whether its a handful of cherry tomatoes or a bushel of apples, your gift will bring a smile to our neighbors' faces. All sorts of vegetables, herbs, and fruits are welcome.

Please drop off fresh produce at our K-Tel location: 11588 K-Tel Drive, Minnetonka.


Other ways to get involved: 

  • Donate your CSA share to ICA. Contact your CSA provider for more information.
  • Donate at the Farmer's Market.
    • ICA will have collection bins at the folowing Farmer's Markets: 
      • Hopkins
      • Minnetonka
      • Excelsior
  • Volunteer at one of the community gardens run by ICA's partner congregations. Contact us for more info. 
  • Start a community garden at your congregation, school, or business to grow produce for ICA. Contact us to coordinate.
  • Support the ICA Garden at St. Luke Presbyterian Church. Volunteer to plant, harvest, weed, and maintain the garden with our Garden Manager, Jessica. Contact Carly at carly@icafoodshelf.org to sign up.