FreedomWorks, Bread of Life Food Pantry

To purchase new laptops to run the Pantry Saver software, strengthening the food security infrastructure in the North Minneapolis “community,” (individuals and families that come to the food shelf).

Nameless Coalition for the Homeless

For a proper reach-in cooler and freezer for food storage and a trailer for transporting food, ensuring the Nameless Coalition for the Homeless can serve meals safely and transport large volumes of food between locations.

Rivers of Hope

Funding toward financial support to victims/survivors of domestic violence. Funds will be used to provide survivors with the essentials they need to leave their abusive relationship and find safety in their lives. Finances should not keep someone ready to leave an...

360 Communities

Funding to purchase two, two-door upright solid steel door freezers to replace two warehouse freezers that are at the end of their lifespans, having difficulty maintaining temperature, and breaking seals. These two freezers will provide more storage of frozen items...

Anoka County Brotherhood Council (ACBC Food Shelf)

Funding to purchase one 2-door, glass front, reach in cooler for food shelf market, allowing ACBC to serve families quicker and easier, while increasing the cubic feet. This will create a safer and more efficient shopping experience, increase shop times resulting in...

Avenues for Youth

Funding to support the purchase of replacement washer and dryers at the facility. This support will improve energy efficiency, provide cost savings to the organization, and improve usability for staff and residents. Upon arrival at Minneapolis Avenues, staff address...

Breaking Free

Funding to support Breaking Free’s Street Outreach program in providing hotel vouchers, transportation assistance, street outreach supplies, and assisting individuals to obtain vital documents. Funding will help Breaking Free to provide essential services and ensure...

Division of Indian Work

Funding to replace appliances in Division of Indian Work’s (DIW) Healing Spirit House which supports up to five American Indian long-term foster care males ages 16-21. Funding will ensure that the supportive “home” that DIW has set up for their American Indian foster...