"In the spirit of caring for our neighbors, 360 Communities provides hope and support to people by engaging communities to prevent violence, ensure school success and promote long-term self-sufficiency."
Arrive Ministries is an outreach of Transform Minnesota and an affiliate of World Relief. They offer resettlement services and compassionate care for displaced refugees, immigrants and asylees who now call Minnesota home.
Beautiful and Loved
A faith based, survivor-led outreach and care group for women in the Twin Cities’ adult industry.
"CAP Agency assists and empowers people to achieve social and economic well-being in partnership with our community."
"Dakota Woodlands can assist twenty-two homeless families at a time with housing and training that includes life skills, financial literacy, and personal wellness. The award winning program at DW is known for its friendly atmosphere, personal attention, and successful "one shelter stay" for all its residents. Over 92% of the residents who participate in the full program succeed in staying stably housed after leaving the shelter."
Feed My Starving Children
"Feed My Starving Children (FMSC) is a non-profit Christian organization committed to feeding God’s starving children hungry in body and spirit. The approach is simple: children and adults hand-pack meals designed especially for starving children, and FMSC ships the meals to nearly 70 countries around the world."
Good in the Hood
"Good in the Hood is dedicated to changing lives together with simple acts of kindness. Although our service opportunities are not solely limited to the urban community, we do have a purposeful inner city affinity and a commitment to serve those with the most need. We believe that goodness and kindness are inspiration, change-agent qualities and it is our firm conviction that urban renewal can begin to take place when a focused and contagious momentum of genuine kindness is made manifest."
ICCM Life Center
"ICCM Life Center is an urban ministry center committed to transforming impoverished people through the power of Jesus Christ. Life Center is much more than a church. It is a refuge, a discipleship and life skills training center, a spiritual treatment center, a place for job training and youth tutoring, and a teen hangout. Through our unique "4-T Life Change Process" we teach new ways of thinking, new skills, and new habits."
The Link works with youth and families to overcome the impacts of poverty and social injustice.
Ronald McDonald House
"We, in partnership with our community, provide a comfortable and caring home-away-from-home that supports keeping families together and reduces stress during a child’s serious illness.
"Our Mission: To serve and bring hope to the Farmington Community by providing free hot meals and fulfilling needs where possible. We would like to offer a place where anyone can bring things to bless others in the community, a place where the Community can come together around "The Table."
Together For Good
An organization to keep children safe, relieve trauma and help parents keep their families together.
A group in the Minneapolis, MN area comprised of churches, faith-based organizations, and individuals who have come together to fight for FREEDOM from "modern-day slavery" known as HUMAN TRAFFICKING.
Shakopee Community Assistance
Committed to meeting the basic needs of clothing, nutrition & hygiene for children birth thru five from families of limited resources focusing on the Scott/Carver County Community, mainly around central Shakopee.
Through urban outreach and anti-trafficking efforts, SOURCE empowers the at-risk and unreached to make a break from the past and build foundations for the future.
"The Union Gospel Mission (UGM), founded in 1902, is a Christian ministry dedicated to serving those who are homeless, poor and addicted in our community. By meeting physical, spiritual, emotional and educational needs, our Mission is changing lives! The Mission helps people rebuild their lives by providing safe shelter, nutritious food, medical and dental care, and a broad variety of life-changing programs forchildren and adults."
"Twenty-three years ago, Urban Ventures planted roots into a stretch of Lake Street known as “Crack Alley.” Nowhere in the city was there a heavier concentration of drug addiction, gang activity and prostitution. Nowhere else were more kids dropping out of high school and more single moms left to lead families without fathers. We knew there was a lot to do. We knew it wouldn’t be easy. We got together with our neighbors and we got to work. We never gave up. Almost a quarter century later, we‘re winning. Today, “Crack Alley” is gone. The Colin Powell Leadership Center anchors a ten-building campus that provides thousands of families with a safe place to learn and grow. Urban Ventures’ holistic approach is celebrated as a national model for breaking the cycle of poverty.But there’s still more to do. We need your help. So find your role, roll up your sleeves, and let’s get to work."