Seniors’ first choice for food and independence
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At Store To Door, We Deliver More than Groceries

We bring peace of mind to seniors and caregivers

Our volunteer-based shopping and delivery service gives seniors personal, reliable access to their choice of food and household essentials, so they can continue to live in their own homes.

Explore our site to learn how you or a loved one can sign up for our nonprofit services.

Or read about how you can make a difference by volunteering or donating.

We think you'll soon see why Store To Door is seniors' first choice for food and independence.

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Help At Your Door Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteers are the heart of our Help At Your Door non-profit services. We rely on our volunteers every day as we serve seniors and individuals with disabilities in our Twin Cities community. With our expanded services, comes additional ways for our volunteers to get involved. From preparing occasional meals, to painting projects and changing light bulbs, volunteers… Tell Me More

Why We Do What We Do, Help At Your Door

One grocery delivery driver’s gut instinct and training saves the life of an elderly woman. What seemed like a routine, blustery, Monday morning for Help At Your Door's, Store To Door grocery delivery driver, Jim Foley, quickly turned into a life-saving experience. As Foley knocked on 85-year-old client, Elaine’s door, he found that she wasn’t answering… Tell Me More

Store To Door Services 2017 Product Catalog

New Product Catalog and Expanding Services


Store To Door Holiday Food Drive

Store To Door Mentioned In Star Tribune, “Live Well At Home” Program

Check out the Star Tribune's recent article about the state of Minnesota's "Live Well At Home" program. Store To Door was mentioned as a Live Well at Home grant recipient. Live Well at Home grants assist Store To Door, to fulfill our mission, to help seniors and people with disabilities maintain their independence and continue… Tell Me More