Grocery Transportation

Grocery Transportation TRUST provides trained drivers to take people grocery shopping one day a week.

To qualify, riders must be:

  • At least 60 years old or with a disability
  • Able to shop independently (though assistance is provided in carrying the groceries to the shopper’s door)
  • A resident of the former CoAM Grocery Service area in south Minneapolis  (This area is bounded by 35W on the west, the Mississippi River on the east, Franklin Avenue on the north, and Hwy 62 – Crosstown – on the south.)

Shopping time is approximately one hour. Donations of $5 per round trip to defray costs are appreciated, but not mandatory. Phone: 612-721-5786

Susanna is 89 and lives alone. Eight years ago a neighbor told her about the Grocery Transportation program.
She says, “I don’t know what I would have done without the program.
There are two additional benefits – getting me out of the house and getting to know people.”