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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.
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.
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.