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 following Farmer's Markets:
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. Contact our Events team at firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up.