Grocery Delivery

Delivering nutritious groceries to homebound seniors and adults with disabilities.

Supporting Neighbors with Food and Essentials

For many homebound seniors and adults with disabilities, getting groceries and essentials can be challenging, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic. Keystone has launched a free grocery delivery program to increase food access for low-income seniors and adults with disabilities. Food is sourced from the Keystone food shelves, and we will try to accommodate customer choice as possible. Those who qualify can receive monthly deliveries. 


Volunteering is a meaningful experience for many people in our community.  Volunteers can help pack groceries or deliver food packages to neighborhood seniors.

Volunteer in our Grocery Delivery Program

This program is supported by the DHS Live Well at Home Grant. We are grateful for our supporters.

How to Qualify

Due to grant guidelines, all people must meet the following guidelines to participate:

  • Seniors over the age of 65 OR adults with disabilities who have mobility issues that limit their ability to transport groceries from a food shelf or grocery store
  • Low-income (see income guidelines below)
  • Households of 3 or fewer individuals with no more than 2 adults
  • Resides within delivery area (see zip codes below) and doesn’t have the Keystone Foodmobile stopping at their location
  • Qualifying Low Income Guidelines

    Your annual household income must be within these guidelines to participate:

    • 1 person in household: Annual income below $43,740 (monthly income below $3,645)
    • 2 people in household: Annual income below $59,160 (monthly income below $4,930)
    • 3 people in household: Annual income below $74,580 (monthly income below $6,215)
  • Qualifying Zip Codes

    Your address must be in one of the following zip codes to participant:

    • 55101
    • 55102
    • 55103
    • 55104
    • 55105
    • 55108
    • 55113
    • 55114
    • 55116
    • 55117

How Do I Sign Up?

  • To find out if you qualify or get registered for grocery deliveries, please call 651-645-0349.
  • Please note that we are not able to deliver groceries on demand and that screening and intake for our program may take some time process.

What Kinds of Groceries Will I Receive?

  • Food is sourced from the Keystone food shelf program and includes meat, dairy, fresh produce, and shelf-stable items. In each delivery, you will receive on average 25 pounds of food per person in the household.
  • While we can accommodate customer choice models (i.e. vegetarian, halal, etc.) the food you receive will depend on what is available.

When Will My Food Be Delivered?

  • Each participant will receive monthly grocery deliveries.
  • The service area is divided into routes, and deliveries will be conducted on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays. Deliveries will be dropped off between 12:15 – 1:30 p.m. by a neighborhood volunteer.

Alternative Resources

If you do not qualify for our delivery program, we still have plenty of options for you. Here a few resources you can explore. If you have other needs, a Keystone Care Consultant may be able to help you identify resources.

  • Keystone Food Shelf

    You can go to any Keystone food shelf location that is convenient to you. No appointment is necessary. Food shelf participants are served on a first come, first served basis during the hours listed below.

    Midway Food Shelf

    1916 University Avenue W. (near Prior Avenue), St. Paul, MN 55104

    Hours: 10:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. and 2:00 – 4:30 p.m. Monday – Friday

    Rice Street Food Shelf

    1459 Rice Street, Suite 3 (at Arlington Avenue), St. Paul, MN 55117

    Hours: 10:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. and 2:00 – 4:30 p.m. Monday – Friday

  • Keystone's Foodmobile

    The Foodmobile travels to various locations throughout St. Paul and Roseville. For complete details, locations, and service times please click here for details.


  • Sending Someone to the Food Shelf in Your Place

    If you are unable to pick up food for yourself at the food shelves or on the Foodmobile, you may designate someone else to pick up for you. To do this, you have two options. The first option is to call in to one of our food shelves to give verbal permission. The second is to write a note that states the name of the individual picking up for you, with your name and signature, and send it along with the person picking up your food. Please call our food shelves if you have any questions about this process.

  • Meals on Wheels

    You can receive locally delicious, nutritious, prepared meals that are delivered by a neighborhood volunteer. Meal options and frequency of delivery can be tailored to meet an individual’s schedule and dietary needs.

    Keystone is a member of Metro Meals on Wheels, the organization who organizes the team that provides the services throughout the Twin Cities metro area. Call Metro Meals on Wheels at 612-623-3363 with questions or to register to receive Meals on Wheels.