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Alliance Housing – $5,000

Provide very low-income adults and families, especially those who need a second chance, access to quality, affordable housing.

Ascension Place, Inc. – $6,000 

Provide women in crisis or transition with a stable environment and the opportunity to explore options for their future.

Beacon Interfaith Housing Collaborative – $5,000

Deliver supportive services at Beacon’s three youth housing sites for unaccompanied homeless youth in Minneapolis, Saint Paul, and Edina.

Bridge for Youth (The ) – $3,000

Work to end youth homelessness by providing comprehensive services to help youth stabilize, reconnect with family, and build skills for self-reliance.

Change Inc. – $2,500

Support the Youth Employment and Training program, which provides career readiness and life skills classes to young adults.

Children’s Health Care Foundation – $3,000 

Support the Runaway Intervention Program which is directed toward the needs of sexually abused and exploited runaway youth.

Elpis Enterprises – $3,500 

Deepen career training providing entrepreneurial-based activities to overcome some of the systemic barriers faced by young people experiencing homelessness when seeking employment opportunities.

Emerge Mothers Academy – $2,500

Help Twin Cities single moms live, work, and thrive in our community through workforce readiness support, financial literacy workshops, parenting classes, and case management with a licensed clinical social worker.

Family Partnership (The ) – $5,000

Address the challenges faced by children and parents/caregivers by providing evidence-based curricula, child development therapies, support services, and culturally affirming language immersion classrooms for the Ojibwe and Dakota languages.

Full Cycle – $2,000

Offer homeless and disconnected youth paths to education, mentorship, employment, independence, and stability.

Genesys Works – Twin Cities – $3,000

Provide professional skills training, a year-long paid internship, and college access curriculum for disadvantaged high school students.

Lift Garage (The ) – $6,000

Provide low-cost car repair to low-income individuals in the Twin Cities area.

Link (The ) – $7,000 

Fund efforts at the Lindquist Apartments in North Minneapolis which offer site-based housing and intensive support to youth experiencing homelessness so that they can transition to independence.

MicroGrants – $2,500

Award $1,000 grants to low-income people of potential in order to help them achieve economic self-sufficiency.

Minnesota Assistance Council for Veterans – $7,175

Assure every Veteran in Minnesota has access to services and support to avoid homelessness and achieve sustainable housing.

MoveFwd – $2,500

Provide west metro young people who are experiencing homelessness with safe housing and supportive services they need to move forward in life.

People Serving People – $2,500

Through the Early Childhood Development Program at PSP’s shelter location offer pre- and post-assessments of children to see where they are on the learning spectrum and monitor improvements over time.

Rebuilding Together Twin Cities – $2,000 

Provide home repair services and safety improvements to the homes of 30 low-income households thereby preventing homelessness and allowing families to remain in their own homes.

Simpson Housing Services – $3,500

Support children and youth programs focused on developmental and educational support to children and youth (ages 0-8) whose families are in Simpson’s supportive housing program.

Small Sums – $3,500

Assist homeless individuals with what they need to be able to accept employment and begin the journey back to a more stable life and out of homelessness.

Southside Family Nurturing Center – $3,000

Provide intensive and therapeutic early childhood education necessary to help Minneapolis’ poorest, highest risk, diverse young children prepare for learning in kindergarten.

St. Stephen’s Human Services – $7,175

Through the Street Outreach Program address the need for a less expensive, more productive, and service-oriented response to homelessness with particular focus on ending veteran homelessness.

Tubman – $5,000

Support Tubman’s Safe Journeys Supportive Housing, serving homeless youth who have experienced relationship violence or sex trafficking across the Twin Cities metro area.