We give youth the guidance they need, both socially and scholastically, to make healthy choices in life and succeed.
Metro Paint-A-Thon and HandyWorks volunteers are the helping hands many seniors need to remain living in the place they call home.
Our buildings along Lake Street are living magnets, helping bring diverse neighborhoods together.
Guiding you to step outside your comfort zone, to confront the realities of poverty and homelessness, is the strength of Urban Immersion.
Through Minnesota FoodShare and the DIW food shelf, we lessen the impact of hunger on our communities.
For some, all that is needed is for someone to care, to show a little added kindness, to lend a supportive ear when burdens get heavier…
In the same way many people rely on our programs to get where they’re going, we rely on our supporters. Throughout the months of November and December, we’ll be working hard to raise a total 0f $750,000 for our family of programs so we can end the year strong. Please give generously to help us reach our destination. Donate now.
This week's program in the spotlight: Division of Indian Work (DIW)
New this year! As you plan your holiday gift-giving, please consider making a gift to GMCC or one of our programs in honor of a friend or loved one. Type the name(s) of the people you’d like to honor in the comments field of the online donation form and we will send you a card to give them in place of a gift. Imagine knowing you have made a difference for someone in need this season instead of opening up yet another present that will end up on a shelf in your closet.
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For more than 60 years, the Division of Indian Work has served the needs of American Indian families in the Twin Cities and throughout the state while honoring cultural traditions. We remain committed to helping these families navigate day-to-day struggles and prepare for a healthier future.
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More than 200 youth remain on the waiting list for Kinship of Greater Minneapolis, hoping for a mentor to spend time with and learn from. Mentoring can be as simple as making pizza, going on a a walk or doing crafts with a child for an hour a week. Learn more about mentoring with Kinship or start the application process now.
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