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Heritage Exteriors and Restoration Inc. Teams Up With Meals From The Heart To Provide Nearly 5,000 Meals To Central Minnesota Families.

Demand at local food shelves is skyrocketing during the current health crisis. A local company, Heritage Exteriors & Restoration, that provides Minnesota with roofing, siding, and gutter solutions, is now expanding its services to helping keep local food shelves stocked in Central Minnesota. Based in Spicer, Minnesota, owners Jason Quade and Keith Palmquist, like the rest of the world, have never experienced anything like what we’re all going through now. 


Insta-Delicious! How To Prepare Our Veggies and Rice In An Instant Pot!

One of the most significant things that set Meals From The Heart apart from other meal-packing organizations is, of course, our food. Since our meals go directly to local food shelves, then to dining tables throughout our community, we’ve spent considerable time, with the help of a chef, developing recipes that taste great. We know we succeeded when both our food shelf partners and their customers frequently request more of our meals!


We Increased Our Staff By 50%. Welcome To Nichole Mulvehill!

We’re excited to welcome Nichole Mulvehill as the newest staff member of Meals From The Heart. Nichole previously worked for the MN Department of Corrections for 15 years as a correctional officer, transitions coordinator, and, most recently, a corrections security case manager. She also led the restorative justice programs at MN Correctional Facilities in Stillwater and Oak Park Heights.


Meal-Packing Event For Area Businesses Announced For April 8th

Meals From The Heart is pleased to announce the Second Annual Stillwater B2B Meal-Packing Challenge to be held at the National Guard Armory – Stillwater on April 8, 2020.

Businesses and organizations from Stillwater and the surrounding area will compete in 30-minute meal-packing sessions to enjoy some friendly competition while packing meals to help stock local food shelves.


When Businesses Make It Their Business To Help Neighbors, Everybody Wins!

Businesses know the importance of getting involved in the community where employees, vendors, and customers live. It builds relationships, boosts visibility and promotes their brand. Plus, community-engaged businesses often get the added benefits of a happier workforce and a more loyal customer base.

That’s a business no-brainer.

However, businesses also know that pulling off a successful community-service event can be daunting. Identifying the organization to support, managing the staff, scheduling the time, and arranging transportation are all potentially time-consuming hurdles.


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