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Alliance Housing – $5,000
Provide very low-income adults and families affordable housing.
Avenues for Homeless Youth – $5,000
Offer shelter, transitional housing, and supportive services to homeless youth.
Beacon – $5,000
Deliver supportive services at Beacon’s three Youth Housing sites for unaccompanied homeless youth in Minneapolis, Saint Paul, and Edina.
BLIND, Inc. – $5,000
Re-establish the Wells of Independence Fund, a student fund that will help assure the success of adult blind students in its training programs and in their transition to self-sufficiency.
Bridge for Youth (The) – $5,000
Support 24-hour directly accessible services including crisis intervention, emergency shelter, supportive housing, counseling, and case management for runaway, abandoned, and homeless youth.
Children’s Minnesota – $2,500
Assist the Runaway Intervention Program’s work providing intervention and care for runaway youth in the seven-county metro area.
Dignity Center (The) – $2,500
Foster stability and services for the poor and homeless to reduce the isolation of homelessness, increase self-sufficiency, and provide opportunities for self-development.
Elpis Enterprises – $3,500
Provide employment readiness training program for young people who are homeless or have unstable housing.
Emerge – $2,000
Support the success of high-needs participants, primarily those recently returned from incarceration in trainee positions at Second Chance Recycling & Custom Manufacturing.
Assist with work in the Four Directions Family Center.
Genesys Works – $2,000
Prepare disadvantaged students in Twin Cities’ area high schools for college and career success.
Guadalupe Alternative Programs – $5,000
Work with youth in the Twin Cities area through education, employment, mental health services, and other wraparound support services.
Haven Housing – $5,000
Support St Anne’s Place, an emergency shelter program for homeless women-led families.
Lift Garage (The) – $5,000
Provide low-cost car repairs for low-income individuals and help them retain and/or re-establish stability and housing.
Link (The) – $3,500
Deliver supportive housing at Lindquist Apartments.
Microgrants – $5,000
Award $1,000 grants to low-income people to spur economic self-sufficiency.
Prevent and end veterans’ homelessness in Minnesota.
MoveFwd – $2,500
Deliver youth transitional housing services to support the safety and stability of youth experiencing homelessness in the west Twin Cities suburbs.
People, Inc – $4,500
Enhance homeless outreach work.
People Serving People – $2,500
Deliver K-12 programming offering educational support and enrichment activities for youth staying at PSP’s family homeless shelter.
Project for Pride in Living – $5,000
Fund Family Support Services at Camden Apartments in north Minneapolis.
Rêve Academy – $4,000
Support the Student-Run Businesses program.
Simpson Housing – $2,500
Deliver programs to serve children and youth experiencing homelessness.
Southside Family Nurturing Center – $2,500
Address socio-economic barriers faced by children and families of color living in poverty in South Minneapolis’ Phillips neighborhood and surrounding communities.
St Stephen’s – $6,600
Support Street Outreach team working with people experiencing homelessness, with special emphasis on homeless veterans.
Tubman – $3,000
Support Tubman’s Safe Journeys shelter and housing program serving homeless youth.