Our Members

  • Access Press, Ltd

    ACCESS PRESS — Providing a Forum for People with Disabilities

    Access Press exists to promote the social inclusion and legal rights of people with disabilities by providing a forum for news, features, opinion and conversation.

    For more information:
    Access Press
    161 St Anthony Ave, Suite 910
    St. Paul, MN 55103
    651-644-2133
    https://www.accesspress.org/

  • Animal Humane Society

    Animal Humane Society believes that every member of our community deserves to experience the unconditional love and myriad other benefits that result from having pets in our families and our lives.

    For more information:
    Animal Humane Society
    845 Meadow Ln N
    Golden Valley, MN, 55422
    763-412-4956
    www.animalhumanesociety.org

  • Advocating Change Together, Inc.

    ADVOCATING CHANGE TOGETHER — Supporting Self-Empowerment of People with Disabilities

    Advocating Change Together empowers people with disabilities to assert their basic human rights of self-determination, healthy living, and economic, social, and civic participation.

    For more information:
    Advocating Change Together
    1821 University Avenue W., Ste. 306-S
    St Paul, MN 55104
    651-641-0297
    https://www.selfadvocacy.org/

  • Asian Media Access

    ASIAN MEDIA ACCESS — Amplifying Asian and Pacific Islander Voices

    Asian Media Access utilizes multi-media in such a way that the under-privileged communities will be given a voice for things like: social justice.

    For more information:
    Asian Media Access
    2418 Plymouth Ave N
    Minneapolis, MN 55411
    612-376-7715
    https://www.amamedia.org/
    info@amamedia.org

  • Alley Communications

    ALLEY COMMUNICATIONS — Making Connections, Building Community

    Alley Communications informs and engages the Phillips Community in Minneapolis through media created by neighborhood residents and workers focused on neighborhood information, needs and issues.

    For more information:
    Alley Communications
    P.O. Box 7006
    Minneapolis, MN 55407
    612-990-4022
    https://www.alleynews.org/

  • Council on American-Islamic Relations, MN (CAIR-MN)

    COUNCIL ON AMERICAN-ISLAMIC RELATIONS, MINNESOTA (CAIR-MN) – A leading advocate for justice and mutual understanding
    CAIR’s mission is to enhance understanding of Islam, encourage dialogue, protect civil liberties, empower American Muslims, and build coalitions that promote justice and mutual understanding.

    For more information:
    CAIR-Minnesota, Inc
    2021 E. Hennepin Ave, Suite 402
    Minneapolis, MN 55413
    612-206-3360
    https://www.cairmn.com/
    info@mn.cair.com

  • Center for Victims of Torture

    CENTER FOR VICTIMS OF TORTURE — Working to End Torture and Heal Its Effects

    Center for Victims of Torture provides comprehensive care for torture survivors, trains health/human services professionals to provide proper care for torture survivors, and advocates for the prevention of torture.

    For more information:
    Center for Victims of Torture
    649 Dayton Ave
    St Paul, MN 55104
    612-436-4800
    https://www.cvt.org/
    cvt@cvt.org

  • City of Lakes Community Land Trust

    CITY OF LAKES COMMUNITY LAND TRUST — Creating Perpetually Affordable Housing

    City of Lakes Community Land Trust creates and preserves opportunities for low-income households to achieve affordable, responsible, and sustainable home ownership in Minneapolis.

    For more information:
    City of Lakes Community Land Trust
    1930 Glenwood Ave
    Minneapolis, MN 55405
    612-594-7147
    https://www.clclt.org/
    info@clclt.org

  • COMPAS

    Through COMPAS programs, students, teens, older adults and other community members of all backgrounds and abilities come together to build confidence and creativity.

    For more information:
    75 Fifth Street West, Suite 304
    Saint Paul, MN, 55102
    651-292-3203
    https://www.compas.org/

  • ComMUSICation

    ComMUSICation’ s mission is to empower all youth with lifelong skills through music service, and community.

    For more information:
    690 Jackson St.
    Saint Paul, MN, 55130651-253-0481
    www.cmcmn.org

  • Energy Cents Coalition

    ENERGY CENTS COALITION — Working to Promote Affordable Energy for All Minnesotans

    Energy CENTS Coalition promotes more affordable energy service for low-income Minnesotans through advocacy, regulatory proceedings, policy development and assistance programs.

    For more information:
    Energy CENTS Coalition
    823 7th Street E.
    St. Paul, MN 55106
    651-774-9010
    https://www.energycents.org/
    ecc@energycents.org

  • Friends for a Non-Violent World

    FRIENDS FOR A NON-VIOLENT WORLD — Promoting Nonviolent, Transformational Social Change

    Friends for a NonViolent World works to eliminate systems of privilege and oppression by transforming our personal lives and our communities through nonviolent practice and action.

    For more information:
    Friends for a Non-Violent World
    1050 Selby Avenue
    St. Paul, MN 55104
    651-917-0383
    https://www.fnvw.org/
    friendsforanonviolentworld@gmail.com

  • Family Tree Clinic

    FAMILY TREE CLINIC — Cultivating Healthy Community

    Family Tree Clinic is a non-profit community clinic providing limited primary and reproductive health care. No one is turned away for inability to pay.

    For more information:
    Family Tree Clinic
    1619 Dayton Ave, Ste #205
    St. Paul, MN 55104
    651-645-0478
    https://www.familytreeclinic.org/

  • Hawthorne Neighborhood Council

    HAWTHORNE NEIGHBORHOOD COUNCIL — Empowering Community Residents

    Hawthorne Neighborhood Council is a community organization dedicated to helping its residents achieve self-sufficiency and better their quality of life through various initiatives.

    For more information:
    Hawthorne Neighborhood Council
    2944 Emerson Avenue N.
    Minneapolis, MN 55411
    612-529-6033
    https://hawthornecommunitycouncil.org/

  • Hmong American Farmers Association

    HAFA’s mission is to advance the economic prosperity of Hmong farmers through strategic partnerships, capacity building, community engagement, and advocacy.

    For more information:
    941 Lafond Avenue, Suite 100
    Saint Paul, MN, 55104
    651.493.8091
    www.hmongfarmers.com

  • Headwaters Foundation For Justice

    HEADWATERS FOUNDATION FOR JUSTICE

    Designations to Headwaters go directly to grants serving grassroots, constituent-led organizations working on social, racial, economic and environmental justice throughout Minnesota.

    For more information:
    Headwaters Foundation for Justice
    2801 21st Ave South
    Minneapolis, MN, 55407
    612-879-0602
    https://headwatersfoundation.org/

  • HOME Line

    HOME LINE — Empowering Tenants to Solve Their Housing Issues

    HOME Line provides free legal, organizing, and advocacy services so that tenants throughout Minnesota can solve their own rental housing issues.

    For more information:
    HOME Line
    3455 Bloomington Avenue
    Minneapolis, MN 55407
    612-728-5770
    https://www.homelinemn.org/

  • In the Heart of the Beast Puppet and Mask Theatre

    IN THE HEART OF THE BEAST PUPPET AND MASK THEATRE – Opening Hearts with Delight

    In the Heart of the Beast Puppet and Mask Theatre uses water, flour, newspaper, paint, and unlimited imagination to tell stories that explore the struggles and celebrations of human existence.

    For more information:
    In the Heart of the Beast Puppet and Mask Theatre
    1500 E. Lake Street
    Minneapolis, MN 55407
    612-721-2535
    https://www.hobt.org/
    info@hobt.org

  • In Progress

    In Progress is a digital arts and storytelling organization that supports youth, adult artists, and communities in creating stories that speak to the issues and opportunities they value.

    For more information:
    213 Front Avenue
    Saint Paul, MN, 55117
    612-805-0514
    www.in-progress.org

  • Intermedia Arts

    Intermedia Arts’ mission is to be a catalyst that builds understanding among people through art.

    For more information:
    2822 Lyndale Ave South
    Minneapolis, MN, 55408
    612.874.2813
    www.IntermediaArts.org

  • Inquilinxs Unidxs por Justicia

    INQUILINXS UNIDXS POR JUSTICIA – creating a housing system that works for everyone, a world in which renters direct city development

    Inquilixs Unidxs por Justica brings groups of tenants in Minneapolis’ worst housing together in order to analyze problems occurring in their living situations, and then strategize and organize around those problems to create affordable, dignified living spaces in Minneapolis.

    For more information:
    Inquilinxs Unidxs por Justicia
    4139 Garfield Avenue
    Minneapolis, MN, 55409
    651.395.1089
    https://www.inquilinxsunidxs.org/en/home/
    jennifer@inquilinxsunidxs.org

  • Jewish Community Action

    JEWISH COMMUNITY ACTION — Providing Tools to Prevent Poverty

    Jewish Community Action trains and organizes Minnesota’s Jewish community to take action collectively as a powerful voice for racial and economic justice.
    For more information:
    Jewish Community Action
    2375 University Avenue W., Ste. 150
    St. Paul, MN 55114
    651-632-2184
    https://www.jewishcommunityaction.org/

  • KFAI Radio, 90.3 FM & 106.7 FM

    KFAI RADIO — Promoting Under-Represented Voices

    KFAI, Fresh Air Radio provides an accessible, independent alternative to mainstream broadcast media. They serve communities who have long been ignored or under-served by traditional corporate radio stations.

    For more information:
    KFAI FM Fresh Air Radio
    1808 Riverside Avenue
    Minneapolis, MN 55454
    612-341-3144
    https://www.kfai.org/

  • Latino Economic Development Center

    The mission of the LEDC is “To transform our community by creating economic opportunity for Latinos.”

    For more information:
    1501 E Lake Street, Lower Level
    Minneapolis, MN, 55407
    612 724-5336
    www.ledc-mn.org

  • Lexington Hamline Community Council

    LEXINGTON-HAMILTON COMMUNITY COUNCIL — Encouraging a Plurality of Voices and Community Engagement

    Since 1969, Lexington-Hamline Community Council has worked to build a sense of pride, confidence, and belonging in our neighborhood through creative programming and responsive action.

    For more information:
    Lexington-Hamline Community Council
    1216 Selby Avenue
    St. Paul, MN 55104
    651-645-3207
    www.lexham.org/
    lexham@lexham.org

  • Little Brothers - Friends of the Elderly

    Little Brothers – Friends of the Elderly is a national network of non-profit volunteer-based organizations committed to relieving isolation and loneliness among the elderly.

    For more information:
    1845 East Lake Street
    Minneapolis, MN, 55407
    612-746-0742
    www.littlebrothersmn.org

  • Minnesota Coalition Against Sexual Assault

    MINNESOTA COALITION AGAINST SEXUAL ASSAULT — Working Together to End Sexual Violence

    Minnesota Coalition Against Sexual Assault provides training, support, and resources to service providers and the public about advocacy, prevention, and the causes and impacts of sexual violence.

    For more information:
    Minnesota Coalition Against Sexual Assault
    161 St. Anthony Avenue, Ste. 1001
    St. Paul, MN 55103
    651-209-9993
    https://www.mncasa.org/
    info@mncasa.org

  • Minnesota Indian Women's Sexual Assault Coalition

    The Minnesota Indian Women’s Sexual Assault Coalition is a statewide tribal coalition (serving 11 tribes in Minnesota) with individual and program membership from across the state, and a National Tribal Technical Assistance Provider for the Office on Violence Against Women.

    For more information:
    1619 Dayton Ave, Suite 202
    Saint Paul, MN, 55104
    651-646-4800
    www.miwsac.org

  • Minnesota Coalition for Battered Women

    MINNESOTA COALITION FOR BATTERED WOMEN — Advancing the Safety of Women

    The Minnesota Coalition for Battered Women works to end domestic violence and improve conditions for domestic violence victims and their families.

    For more information:
    Minnesota Coalition for Battered Women
    60 East Plato Boulevard, Suite 130
    St. Paul, MN 55107
    651-646-6177
    https://www.mcbw.org/

  • Minnesota Women's Consortium

    MINNESOTA WOMEN’S CONSORTIUM — Where the Women Are Connected

    The Minnesota Women’s Consortium is a statewide organization working to advance equity and justice for all women through advocacy and collaboration.

    For more information:
    Minnesota Women’s Consortium
    550 Rice Street
    St. Paul, MN 55103
    651-228-0338
    https://www.mnwomen.org/
    info@mnwomen.org

  • Missing Children Minnesota

    MISSING CHILDREN MINNESOTA – Empowering Women and Children

    Missing Children Minnesota teachers effective, non-threatening safety skills to children and caretakers; and empowers families in the search for their missing children.

    For more information:
    Missing Children Minnesota
    416 E. Hennepin Avenue, Ste. 217
    Minneapolis, MN 55413
    612-334-9449
    missingchildrenmn.com

  • National Federation of the Blind Minnesota

    NATIONAL FEDERATION OF THE BLIND OF MINNESOTA — Changing What It Means To Be Blind

    National Federation of the Blind Minnesota works to improve opportunities through individual counseling, advocacy, and public education, so that blind people of all ages can live the lives they want.

    For more information:
    National Federation of the Blind of Minnesota
    100 E. 22nd Street
    Minneapolis, MN 55404
    612-872-9363
    https://www.nfbmn.org/

  • OutFront Minnesota Community Services

    OutFront is working every day to organize students and educate professionals so that our schools are safe and supportive for all students.

    For more information:
    310 East 38th Street, Suite 209
    Minneapolis, MN, 55409
    612.822.0127 ext. 7665
    https://www.outfront.org

  • Pangea World Theater

    PANGEA WORLD THEATER — Creating Space for Diversity and Transformation

    Pangea World Theater’s innovative theater performances and arts based community engagement brings audience and communities together at the intersection of arts and social justice.

    For more information:
    Pangea World Theater
    711 W Lake ST, Ste 101
    Minneapolis, MN 55408
    612-822-0015
    https://www.pangeaworldtheater.org/
    pangea@pangeaworldtheater.org

  • Parents, Families & Friends of Lesbians & Gays (PFLAG) Twin Cities

    PARENTS, FAMILIES & FRIENDS OF LESBIANS & GAYS (PFLAG) TWIN CITIES — Promoting the Health and Well-Being of LGBTQ People and Their Communities

    PFLAG Twin Cities works to strengthen families and help them work through the process of their family members who come out as Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual or Transgender.

    For more information:
    PFLAG Twin Cities
    Box 19290
    Minneapolis, MN 55419
    612-825-1660
    https://www.pflagtc.com/
    admin@pflagtc.com

  • Pfund Foundation

    PFUND FOUNDATION

    Designations to PFund go directly to grants serving GLBT communities across the Upper Midwest, focusing on youth initiatives, reducing isolation (particularly in rural areas), GLBT celebrations and the arts, preventing discrimination and ending violence, senior issues, and building organizational leadership.

    For more information:
    PFund Foundation
    2801 21st Avenue South, Suite 132B
    Minneapolis, Minnesota 55407
    612-870-1807
    https://pfundfoundation.org

  • Planned Parenthood Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota

    Affirming the human right to reproductive health and freedom through a diverse and integrated range of non-judgmental, expert health care at 19 clinic across the region as well as through our Online Health Services; through fact based, culturally responsive educational opportunities for youth and adults; and by working with coalitions as well as standing strong on our own to influence public policy and safeguard reproductive rights.

    For more information:
    671 Vandalia Street
    Saint Paul, MN, 55114
    612-821-6143
    https://www.plannedparenthood.org/planned-parenthood-minnesota-north-dakota-south-dakota

  • Quatrefoil Library

    QUATREFOIL LIBRARY — Making GLBT Voices Available to the Whole Community

    Quatrefoil Library collects, maintains, documents and circulates GLBT materials and information in a safe and accessible space. They promote understanding, an appreciation of diversity and history.

    For more information:
    Quatrefoil Library
    1220 E Lake St
    Minneapolis, MN 55407
    612-729-2453
    https://www.qlibrary.org/index.php
    info@qlibrary.org

  • Reclaim!

    RECLAIM works to increase access to mental and integrative health support so that queer and trans youth may reclaim their lives from oppression in all its forms.

    For more information:
    771 Raymond Avenue
    Saint Paul, MN, 55114
    612-465-9338
    https://reclaim.care/

  • Rondo Community Land Trust

    RONDO COMMUNITY LAND TRUST

    Rondo Community Land Trust works to create cultural diversity by providing affordable housing and business opportunities to increase community economic wealth and jobs, using the land trust model.

    For more information:
    Rondo Community Land Trust
    626 Selby Avenue
    St. Paul, MN 55104
    651-221-9884
    rondoclt.org

  • Southside Family Charter School

    SOUTHSIDE FAMILY CHARTER SCHOOL

    Southside Family Charter School is an award-winning, K-8 urban elementary school founded in 1972, that provides a challenging and creative social justice focused curriculum.

    For more information:
    Southside Family Charter School
    4500 Clinton Ave South
    Minneapolis, MN, 55419
    612-872-8322
    www.southsidefamilyschool.org
    info@southsidefamilyschool.org

  • Voices for Racial Justice

    VOICES FOR RACIAL JUSTICE — Advancing Racial, Cultural, Social and Economic Equity

    Voices for Racial Justice advances racial, cultural, social and economic justice in Minnesota through organizing; leadership training; and multiracial, multicultural convenings, working toward structural changes.

    For more information:
    Voices for Racial Justice
    2525 E Franklin Ave, Ste 301
    Minneapolis, MN 55406
    612-746-4224
    www.voicesforracialjustice.org
    info@voicesforracialjustice.org

  • West Bank Community Development Corp

    WEST BANK COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION — Creating and Sustaining Social Justice

    West Bank CDC builds community among a diverse population and develops and preserves affordable housing and neighborhood business through the responsible stewardship of community-owned assets.
    For more information:

    West Bank CDC
    1808 Riverside Avenue, Ste. 206
    Minneapolis, MN 55454
    612-673-0477
    https://wbcdc.org/

  • Women Against Military Madness

    WOMEN AGAINST MILITARY MADNESS — Promoting a Wholesome and Peaceful World for All

    Women Against Military Madness (WAMM) supports nonviolent action to bring peaceful change through educating and motivating people to witness the destruction and economic injustices of war-making.

    For more information:
    Women Against Military Madness
    4200 Cedar Ave S, Ste 3
    Minneapolis, MN 55407
    612-827-5364
    https://www.worldwidewamm.org/home.html
    wamm@mtn.org

  • Youth Farm

    YOUTH FARM – Growing Food to Develop Youth

    Youth Farm’s youth develop programs and use food as a tool to develop young leaders, build strong communities, teach healthy habits, and nurture healthy relationships.

    For more information:
    Youth Farm
    128 W. 33rd Street, Ste. 2
    Minneapolis, MN 55408
    612-872-4226
    https://youthfarmmn.org/
    info@youthfarmmn.org

  • YouthCARE

    YOUTHCARE — Promoting Youth Leadership and Multicultural Connections

    YouthCARE provides services to help low-income youth of color develop educational, employment, and leadership skills to make a successful transition to self-sufficient adulthood.

    For more information:
    YouthCARE
    2701 University Avenue SE, Ste. 205
    Minneapolis, MN 55414
    612-338-1233
    https://www.youthcaremn.org/
    info@youthcaremn.org