Our Members

  • Animal Humane Society

    AHS is transforming the way shelters care for animals and engage their communities. From innovative medical and behavior programs to investments in outreach and advocacy, we’re advancing animal welfare and creating a more humane world.

    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/

  • Alley Communications

    ALLEY COMMUNICATIONS — Making Connections, Building Community

    The Alley informs and engages the Phillips Community through media created by neighborhood residents and workers focused on communicating 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-MN’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
    2511 E. Franklin Ave, Suite 100
    Minneapolis, MN 55406
    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

    The Center for Victims of Torture works toward a future in which torture ceases to exist and its victims have hope for a new life.

    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

  • Center For Hmong Arts and Talent

    CHAT seeks to bring positive change to the Hmong community through introducing art to youth and adults, creating new artistic opportunities for artists.

    For more information:
    995 University Ave. W. Suite 220
    Saint Paul, MN, 55104
    651-603-6971
    www.aboutchat.org

  • City of Lakes Community Land Trust

    CITY OF LAKES COMMUNITY LAND TRUST — Creating Perpetually Affordable Housing

    The CLCLT creates perpetually affordable, responsible, and sustainable homeownership opportunities for low-income households in the City of Minneapolis. The CLCLT creates a supportive homeownership environment

    For more information:
    City of Lakes Community Land Trust
    1930 Glenwood Ave
    Minneapolis, MN 55405
    612-594-7150
    https://www.clclt.org/
    info@clclt.org

  • COMPAS

    COMPAS helps people from all walks of life unlock their full creative and intellectual potential through creative experiences that build skills and ignite their imaginations.

    For more information:

    475 Cleveland Avenue North, Suite 222
    Saint Paul, Minnesota 55104

    651-292-3249

    www.compas.org

  • ComMUSICation

    Regardless of background, we believe every young person deserves opportunity to create beauty which we do by providing equitable music making opportunities.

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

  • Echoes of Peace

    Echoes of Peace inspires awareness, action and reflection on justice issues using music and the arts to build and bridge informed, engaged and caring communities.

    For more information:
    PO Box 3076
    Duluth, MN, 55803
    218-269-9557
    http://www.echoesofpeace.org

  • Friends for a Non-Violent World

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

    Friends for a NonViolent World teaches the skills and tactics of nonviolence to help people transform the world around them.

    For more information:
    Friends for a Non-Violent World
    393 Dunlap Road N #307
    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 eliminates health disparities through innovative, personalized sexual health care and education for diverse needs, all offered on a sliding-fee scale.

    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

    Community Shares funds have helped HNC provide services to our residents that they would not normally get. We continue to build on a positive and stronger community for the residents of Hawthorne.

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

  • 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
    8011 34th Avenue S. Suite #126
    Bloomington, MN 55425
    612-728-5767
    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

    HOBT uses flour, water, newspaper, paint, and unlimited imagination to tell stories that explore the struggles and celebrations of the human condition.

    For more information:
    In the Heart of the Beast Puppet and Mask Theatre
    1500 E. Lake Street
    Minneapolis, MN 55407
    612-590-5385
    https://www.hobt.org/
    info@hobt.org

  • In Progress

    In Progress provides digital arts and storytelling mentorship to youth and adults throughout the state of Minnesota, impacting the most isolated and least heard populations.

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

  • Inquilinxs Unidxs por Justicia

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

    Tenant members of IX hold landlords accountable and foster community solidarity to advance democratic, dignified, and truly affordable homes for all in Minneapolis.

    For more information:
    Inquilinxs Unidxs por Justicia
    3715 Chicago Avenue
    Minneapolis, MN, 55407
    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 brings together Jews and allies from diverse traditions and perspectives to take action for racial and economic justice in Minnesota.

    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 provides an accessible, independent alternative to mainstream broadcast media. We serve those communities in the Twin Cities who have long been ignored or underserved.

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

  • Kulture Klub Collaborative

    Kulture Klub Collaborative (KKC) brings together artists and youth experiencing homelessness in the Twin Cities through workshops, open mics, artist residencies, and art outings.

    For more information:
    41 N 12th St
    55403, MN, 55403
    612-252-1248
    http://kultureklub.org

  • Lexington Hamline Community Council

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

    The Lexington-Hamline Community Council has worked for 50 years to build a sense of neighborhood pride, confidence, and belonging 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 ends loneliness and social isolation for older adults, free of charge, with caring, trained and vetted volunteers.

    For more information:
    1845 East Lake Street
    Minneapolis, MN, 55407
    612-721-6215
    www.littlebrothersmn.org

  • Minnesota Coalition Against Sexual Assault

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

    Minnesota Coalition Against Sexual Assault (MNCASA) provides: victim/survivor support; sexual assault prevention support; policy reforms; and systems change to promote a comprehensive, socially-just response for all victims/survivors of sexual assault.

    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 Womens Sexual Assault Coalition is a statewide Tribal Coalition and a nationwide technical assistance provider, working to end sexual violence.

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

  • Mixed Blood Theatre Company

    Mixed Blood Theatre champions access and inclusivity, highlighting the work of historically underrepresented artists that reflects and gives voice to the global village.

    For more information:
    1501 S 4th Street
    Minneapolis, MN, 55454
    612-338-6131
    http://mixedblood.com

  • Violence Free Minnesota

    Violence Free Minnesota– To end relationship abuse, create safety, and achieve social justice for all.

    As the umbrella organization for relationship abuse, Violence Free Minnesota promotes public awareness, improves public policy, and builds capacity of those working directly with survivors.

    For more information:
    Violence Free Minnesota
    60 East Plato Boulevard, Suite 230
    St. Paul, MN 55107
    651-646-6177
    vfmn.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
    148 Western Ave. N. Suite 8
    St. Paul, MN 55102
    651-228-0338
    https://www.mnwomen.org/
    info@mnwomen.org

  • Missing Children Minnesota

    Missing Children Minnesota assists families in finding missing children, providing prevention education to families, and information to the public about the issue of missing children.

    For more information:
    Missing Children Minnesota
    2410 Girard Avenue North
    Minneapolis, MN 55411
    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

    NFB of Minnesota works to raise the low expectations that create unnecessary obstacles between blind people and our dreams. Blindness need not hold you back!

    For more information:
    National Federation of the Blind of Minnesota
    100 E. 22nd Street
    Minneapolis, MN 55404
    612-247-4461
    https://www.nfbmn.org/

  • One Voice Mixed Chorus

    One Voice inspires social change and builds community for LGBTQ+ people by singing together and performing in areas that lack representation and support.

    For more information:
    732 Holly Ave Suite Q
    Saint Paul, MN, 55104
    651-298-1954
    http://www.onevoicemn.org

  • Penumbra Theatre Company, Inc.

    Through 42 seasons, Penumbra stands among the world’s oldest black theatres. Year-round we serve 25,000 patrons w/main-stage productions, public discussions, screenings,equity workshops, and in-school residencies.

    For more information:
    270 N. Kent St.
    Saint Paul, MN, 55102
    651-224-3180
    http://penumbratheatre.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
    612-870-1806
    https://pfundfoundation.org

  • Planned Parenthood Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota

    Planned Parenthood moves our communities toward health equity by delivering expert reproductive health care, providing comprehensive sex education and outreach, and advocating for reproductive justice.

    For more information:
    671 Vandalia Street
    Saint Paul, MN, 55114
    651-698-2401
    https://www.plannedparenthood.org/planned-parenthood-minnesota-north-dakota-south-dakota

  • Quatrefoil Library

    QUATREFOIL LIBRARY — Making LGTBQ+ Voices Available to the Whole Community

    Quatrefoil Library is a community center that cultivates the free exchange of ideas and makes accessible LGBTQ+ materials for education and inspiration.

    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 is a resource in our community that provides therapy, practitioner development, training and outreach at the intersection of gender and racial justice.

    For more information:
    771 Raymond Avenue
    Saint Paul, MN, 55114
    612-235-6743
    https://reclaim.care/

  • Rondo Community Land Trust

    Rondo CLT provides low-income families with affordable housing opportunities, and more recently has developed the first commercial land trust in Minnesota providing affordable commercial space to African American owned businesses in a gentrifying area.

    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

  • Ten Thousand Things

    Ten Thousand Things brings lively, intelligent, professional theater to people with little access to the wealth of arts.

    For more information:
    1430 Concordia Avenue #40216
    St. Paul, MN 55401
    612-203-9502
    http://www.tenthousandthings.org

  • Twin Cities Gay Men's Chorus

    TCGMC sees a world that celebrates equality and inclusion, inspired to action through our music. We have opened minds, changed and saved lives.

    For more information:
    528 Hennepin Avenue Suite 307
    Minneapolis, MN, 55403
    612-339-7664
    http://www.tcgmc.org

  • Upstream Arts, Inc.

    Upstream Arts activates and amplifies the voice and choice of individuals with disabilities through interactive arts residencies, public arts events and professional development.

    For more information:
    3501 Chicago Ave.
    Minneapolis, MN 55407
    612-331-4584
    http://www.upstreamarts.org

  • West Bank Community Development Corp

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

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

  • Women Against Military Madness

    WAMM people engage in educational presentations and public displays of commitment to nonviolent means to inspire justice and peace in our nation and worldwide.

    For more information:

    4200 Cedar Ave S, Ste 3
    Minneapolis, MN 55407
    612-827-5364
    https://www.womenagaintsmilitarymaddness.org
    wamm@mtn.org

  • Youth Farm

    Youth Farm utilizes food as a catalyst for social change, community engagement, and leadership development – food is our tool to change the world.

    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