Summer Programs


We are frequently asked, “What does The Sheridan Story do in the summer?” The answer is summer programs. While our primary mission is to fill the weekend food gap during the school year, we certainly recognize hunger is a year-round issue.


The Sheridan Story provides our bags of food to summer school students as a part of our summer program in some school districts in the Twin Cities. We continue to work to expand the Districts we serve in the summers in order to reach more kids. Please contact us with us if you would like to see this offered in your school(s) in the future.


Our friends at Surly and Dangerous Man Breweries run community gardens, from which The Sheridan Story collects produce. We distribute it weekly from mid-July through September to a number of students in the Minneapolis Public Schools. You can think of this program almost like a free mini-CSA. If you’re interested in donating from your garden, please contact us.


Each year, thousands of families migrate across the country for their work in the agricultural industry. As a result, the children of migrant farm workers face frequent interruptions to their education. The Minnesota Department of Education opens schools in the summers to serve these children as part of their Migrant Education Program.

The Sheridan Story provides our meal packs for over 500 students at their 10 summer program sites, which range from Breckenridge to Rochester. We are grateful we are able to serve this population that is often unseen and unserved.