Open Arms provides lifeline of healthy meals

Life Julie Siple · ·
Volunteers Kris Nielsen (left) and Lora Grgich chop produce at Open Arms of Minnesota. Open Arms was founded in 1986 to serve people with HIV and AIDS. It now also provides meals for people living with Multiple Sclerosis, ALS, and over 60 kinds of cancer. It serves 800 people each week, bringing about 11 meals per person. The meals are free.