Open Arms 9th Annual Moveable Feast


May 16, 2013
05:00 PM until 11:00 PM


Join Open Arms for its annual Moveable Feast and help cook and deliver 250,000 meals in one night! This year, on May 16, you can help Open Arms accomplish its goal to raise over $300,000 together in just one night. That equals ingredients for 250,000 free, nutritious, and delicious meals. Over half the meals will be cooed and delivered to people living with life-threatening illness in our community during 2013.

This annual benefit to support Open Arms of MN, a non-profit dedicated to preparing and delivering nutritious, free meals to people in the Twin Cities with life-threatening disease, has raised over $2 million over the past eight years.

Join Open Arms for this joyful evening dedicated to nourishing body, mind, and soul.




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105 North 1st St.
Minneapolis, MN

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Open Arms of MN



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Jennifer Van Wyk

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