By WCCO-TV Staff

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – Second Harvest Heartland says they’re still seeing huge need a year into the pandemic.

The food bank says distribution is still 23% above pre-pandemic levels and their food shelf partners are still seeing a 58% increase in visitors.

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One in nine Minnesotans don’t have enough food.

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Second Harvest Heartland says volunteering is down 80%. But people can still help.

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Click here to learn how to volunteer.