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MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — There’s a place where anyone who needs help feeding their family can go.

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Starting Monday, 18 YMCA locations around the Twin Cities are partnering with Loaves and Fishes and UnitedHealth Group to provide free, fresh food.

“You can get a pan of food for four, or a lunch bag for one, or combination of all the above,” Loaves and Fishes Executive Director Cathy Maes said.

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The meal packages include protein and vegetables that can be heated.

Anyone can stop by participating Ys to pick up food from noon until 2 p.m., Monday through Friday.

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Along with many other resources for families in need, they are providing help for those looking for work and volunteering opportunites. Click here for more information.