Do we have a facility to make sandwiches (similar to Feed My Starving Children)?
No. the MRD 363 Days Food Program is a grassroots volunteer led organization facilitating small and large group sandwich preparation and distribution. All sandwiches are prepared off-site at someone’s home, place of worship, school and/or work.

Can I make the sandwiches at my home?
Yes. Sandwiches can be prepared anywhere provided the group follows our strict production guidelines listed on the instructions page on our website.

Do you pick up the sandwiches once prepared?
Yes. Please call Steve Aase at (612) 803-2287 as soon as you schedule your sandwich making event, and we will plan on coming in person to thank your group and pick up your sandwiches. We also explain the MRD 363 Food Program, and share where and how sandwiches are distributed.

Can a group make more than 150 sandwiches?
Yes. If you plan on making more than 1000 sandwiches we will make special arrangements for pick up of your sandwiches.

How much does it cost to make a sandwich?
The typical retail cost of a sandwich is approximately sixty-seven ($.67) per sandwich.

Do you accept any type of sandwich?
No. For storage and freezing purposes, we request all sandwiches be made with bread, white meat and cheese. For more details, please refer to the instructions page.

Can I freeze the sandwiches?
Yes, if they don’t thaw before we pick them up or you deliver to one of our drop sites, they can be frozen.

How are the sandwiches delivered to those in need?
Mr. Law distributes sandwiches to homeless individuals and families living on the street, or totally outdoors every night. We also work with 21 Twin Cities partner shelters, and locations serving the homeless and poor who help us distribute.