Wright County Community Action Agency, LLC

Food Shelf

Food support is available to people in need


Food is distributed to those who need it. The emergency food is typically made available through donations.

Additional Information

A client choice food shelf that offers a variety of nutritious foods for families in need.

In addition to addressing the immediate emergency need for food, Wright County Community Action (WCCA) assists residents to access other more long-term services that will help to assure the family has adequate resources in the future to provide for nutrition and other basic needs.

The Emergency Food Box Network distributes 30-pound emergency food boxes to network partners throughout the county to shorten the distance between people in need and food shelf resources. In an emergency, individuals-in-need can visit any of the partner locations and receive meal supplies through trusted community organizations.

The Mobile Food Shelf works with a limited number of senior living communities to deliver Food Shelf resources directly to clients' doorsteps. Clients complete a menu with support from a volunteer Enrollment Specialist. Groups of volunteers at the Wright County Food Shelf in Waverly will pack and deliver the orders.

With a focus on the aging population within Wright County, the Mobile Food Shelf is currently serving residents at the following locations:

  • Delano Commons (Delano, MN)
  • Maple Manor (Maple Lake, MN)
  • Rosehaven Apartments (Montrose, MN)


  • Area Served by County
    • Wright County
  • Organization Type
    • Community Action Partnership
  • Specialization
    • Family
    • People with low income


Residents of Wright county in a food emergency who are unable to access a food shelf in their own community

Application Instructions

Hours: 9:00am - 4:00pm, Monday - Thursday 9:00am - 1:00pm, Friday

Emergency Food Box Network locations are listed on the website.


411 Elm Ave, Family Service Center, Waverly, MN, 55390

Area Served

Howard Lake, Montrose, and Waverly area Others towns may be served depending on individual situation

Phone Numbers

  • Primary Contact for this program: 763-658-4414




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