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 groceries.

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22,445


Deliveries
in 2014

1,779


Happy
Seniors

683


Amazing Volunteers

7


Counties Reached

1


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The new online ordering system has double the number of grocery items and captures favorites, making it easier for volunteer order takers to create seniors' bi-weekly orders.

New Ordering System a Hit with Volunteers

Store To Door is in the midst of launching its new online grocery ordering system, and volunteer order takers couldn't be happier. "I really like the new system, especially that so many more of the products are available, and the sale items are easier to find," notes Beth, a volunteer order taker who calls clients weekly from her home in Vadnais Heights. According to… Tell Me More

Who Is a Caregiver?

Do you run errands for your aging parent?  Do you check in on your elderly neighbor? Do you volunteer with a nonprofit senior services agency such as Store To Door? If so, you are part of a vital network of caregivers in Minnesota who help older adults remain healthy and independent. According to Alice Tennis, Store To Door program manager, one… Tell Me More

Bar chart showing that Store To Door volunteers are more than 80% satisfied, supporterd, appreciated and would recommend Store To Door

Experience the Satisfaction

Volunteer order taker Ann Perkins talks on phone while at computer with Cub sale flier

Serving Seniors of All Incomes

Help Meet the $30,000 Challenge

Two Twin Cities area foundations are giving Store To Door an incentive to build individual donations.  As much as $30,000 is at stake, and you can help us meet the challenge! The Pohlad Family Foundation and Katherine B. Andersen Fund of the Saint Paul Foundation have committed to grants totaling $30,000 to spur growth in individual giving. Here are three… Tell Me More