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As we work to create a community where all thrive, we rely on changemakers like you to help us fuel the change we need in the Greater Twin Cities. When you generously donate your time or dollars, lend your voice, or unite with others to amplify your impact, we can develop solutions to the challenges no one can solve alone.

Become a Donor

Whether it’s a one-time donation or monthly pledge, your generous gift helps disrupt systems, unlock human potential and create equitable solutions that result in lasting change.

Become a Volunteer

Volunteer your time and talents to ensure the critical needs of people in our community are being met as they transition to stable housing, prepare for school or start a new job.

Become an Advocate

Unite with us as an advocate and lend your voice to issues that have the power to transform our community.

Join a Giving Community

Amplify your impact alongside others who share your passion for fueling change that supports LGBTQ youth experiencing homelessness, financial stability for women, early childhood education and more.

Annual Community Impact Report

Each year, as part of our commitment to transparency, we share the work we’re doing through our Community Impact Report. In it, you’ll find data, insights and stories about the progress we’ve made in serving our community thanks to our generous donors, dedicated volunteers, and nonprofit and business partnerships.

2021 Report

2020 Report

2019 Report

Events and Updates

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Centering Voices of Those Closest to the Challenge: Building Our 2023 Advocacy Agenda

November 28, 2022
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Family Philanthropy Series: Unpredictable Markets – Family Philanthropy in Changing Times
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Family Philanthropy Series: Unpredictable Markets – Family Philanthropy in Changing Times

November 14, 2022
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Regaining Ground: Advancing Equitable Learning Recovery for Students and Families
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Regaining Ground: Advancing Equitable Learning Recovery for Students and Families

November 10, 2022
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