Causes: Economic Development
Mission: The saca staff and board members believe that help is compassion and integrity is strength. Our goal is that no children will ever go have to go hungry in our community.
Programs: In 2017, southern anoka community assistance (saca) provided 460,500 pounds of food to approximately 1,200 unduplicated households. There were 19,550 individuals (duplicated) served throughout the year via the food shelf, senior delivery service, thrift store, holiday meal program or through christmas presents for children. Saca relies heavily on non-paid staff including the engaged board of directors. They are supported by trained volunteers that provide food pickup, intake, sorting, stocking and assisting with operations. Saca has more than 160 regular volunteers, community and youth groups plus community residents.