We are pleased to be able to assist the citizens of our county by providing a source of food and other necessities in times of need.
The Sibley County Food Share is not a government agency.
They are a non-profit organization and are able to provide this service only through the generous support and donations of area citizens, businesses, churches, and charitable organizations.
They are located in the county seat, Gaylord, so that people using the foodshelf may have the opportunity to access other support services located in Gaylord at the same time.
Their general guideline is to serve a family or individual one time a month, however Sibley County Foodshare will not turn anyone down in time of need.
On the average, the food and supplies provided by Sibley County Food Share should last 3 - 4 days.
If people need further assistance, referrals will be made to Minnesota Valley Action Council, Sibley County Human Services, Sibley County Public Health, Extension or other appropriate services.