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"I find that principles have no real force except when one is well fed."
- Mark Twain

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our key partners

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youth & families



Help our community partners help others:

1. Choose a mission or partner you would like to support (with donations or by volunteering) from the information below.

2. Contact your community service office at 946-3113 (or follow any provided links) for information on how you can help the organization(s) you have chosen. You may also E-mail your request for more information to us.

Find your mission or partner:

Help our partners ensure a well-educated and trained population ready for a new millenium's challenges.

Access to technology and telecommunications
Help our partners provide access to all members of the community as part of a democratic and equitable society.

Social Service
Help those in need with economic self-sufficiency and work towards the reduction of poverty for everyone.

Children, youth and families
Help our partners promote the well-being of families and youth through prevention and intervention programs.

Vibrant communities
Help promote arts, cultural and civic affairs in our communities.

Global development
Help our partners working for global development to improve conditions for all. Back to top.

Our key community partners:

The United Way Information Website
The HealthFund Information Website
The Environmental Fund Information  
United Arts Information  
MN FoodShare Information Website
Memorial Blood Centers of Minnesota / War Memorial Blood Bank Information Website
Twin Cities Habitat for Humanity Information Website
MAP for Nonprofits Information Website
Volunteer Centers Information  
Hennepin County Information Website
The Minnesota Council on Foundations Information Website
The Minnesota Council of Nonprofits Information  

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Partners promoting education

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