Edina Give and Go is committed to connecting families with information and resource providers during school closures due to COVID-19.

Below are resources for food, broader resource needs, and educational support for students. Check back for updates. Don’t see what you need? Send us a question.


Edina Public Schools

Breakfast and lunch for any child under 18 who needs meal support will be provided by the district. Curbside pick-up of bagged meals will happen daily from 11AM to 1PM at the main doors of South View and Valley View Middle Schools. If you do not have transportation and need delivery of meals to your home, complete THIS FORM and someone will contact you.

Dinner support is currently being provided through this same distribution. If you are an Edina Public Schools family OR Edina resident, not currently receiving dinner and are looking for support, email info@edinagiveandgo.org and we will connect you to appropriate resources.


Facing financial uncertainty is overwhelming. Whether you need food or other resources you can call VEAP at 952-888-9616.



Get diagnosed and treated for dozens of conditions, including COVID-19, 24/7. They are dealing with high demand and working to increase providers but are available.

Broader Resource Needs

Edina Resource Center

Connector to information and resources. edinaresourcecenter.com/, call 952-848-3936 or email contact@edinaresourcecenter.com

City of Edina Community Resources


If you are an Edina, Bloomington, or Richfield resident looking for rent relief and support you should reach out to VEAP at the following phone numbers: Social Services Line: 952-955-8333 Spanish Line: 952-955-8335

Rental Assistance

If you are a renter looking to understand how to navigate your rights in rental agreements, here are two resources:

Tenant Resource Center.  612-302-3180. Leave a message and calls are returned within a day

Home Line Tenant Rights. 612-728-5767 or 612-255-8870 (Spanish)

United Way’s 2-1-1

211 connects people to resources. Get expert help by calling 211 or visiting the site below.

Hennepin County Unemployment and Emergency Needs Resources

If you have had your hours reduced or your position eliminated, you should apply for unemployment at this site: www.uimn.org

The Hennepin County emergency program phone number is 844-803-8466.

State Resource Guide

Click HERE for a State Resource Guide

Student Education

Devices and Internet Access

If your Edina Public Schools students (grades 3-12) do not have a device or you do not have reliable internet, fill out THIS FORM and someone will contact you.

Younger Kids

Lunch Doodles with Mo Williams

Every day at Noon Central time, Mo Williams will be doodling with kids HERE

FREE SUBSCRIPTIONS from Education Companies Due to School Closings

Scholastic’s Learn at Home Website

Older Kids

Below are resources for students and parents to access for learning at home