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See What Your Money Can Do Through a Workplace Giving Campaign
Based on 26 pay periods per year, here are just a few examples of the impact you can have within the community around us:
$3 per pay period:
- Animal Humane Society heartworm tests for 5 dogs.
- KFAI Radio 3 hours of engineer time to maintain and problem solve issues that keep KFAI on the air.
- Hawthorne Neighborhood Council support for the Backpack Give-away for families in North Minneapolis needing school supplies.
- In the Heart of the Beast Theater (HOBT) supplies needed to build a ten-foot-tall puppet for MayDay festival.
- Kulture Klub Collaborative journals for 40 youth experiencing homelessness.
- Mixed Blood Theater two no-cost admissions via radical hospitality.
- An entire month’s worth of LGBT-oriented community programming including book clubs, support groups, game nights, and educational events at Quatrefoil Library.
- A client with a group therapy session at Center for Victims of Torture.
- Provides Upstream Arts a scholarship for one child with disabilities to participate in one of our community or after school programs
$5 per pay period:
- Alley Communications the organization’s post office box for one year.
- Counsel of American Islamic Relations MN (CAIR-MN) Support Trainings to Increase Awareness of Islamophobia and Ways to Challenge It.
- Family Tree Clinic funds for a comprehensive sex education class for 30 students.
- Cost for one tenant’s defense in eviction court through Inquilinxs Unidxs
- Jewish Community Action (JCA) funds for a training for 20 people, or transportation costs for members to travel to an action out-of-state.
- Missing Children Minnesota the resources for our volunteers to travel 226 miles to support a searching family.
- PFLAG an the funds to display a positive community presence at the annual Twin Cities Pride Festival.
- Lexington-Hamline Community Council materials for a pedestrian flag program at a problematic intersection.
- program support for affordable housing through West Bank Community Development Center (WBCDC).
$10 per pay period:
- Center for Hmong Arts & Talent (CHAT) can buy a new keyboard for their music program.
- Home Line can keep their statewide hotline free to all tenants.
- One month of access to a professional music recording studio for youth and adults living in Saint Paul through InProgress.
- Little Brothers Friends of the Elderly can train a dedicated and caring volunteer who reengages an isolated, lonely elder through two in-home visits a month.
- Minnesota Indian Women’s Sexual Assault Coalition funds for 4-6 survivors of Sexual Violence (sometimes with their children) access to emergency housing cost for hotel/or transportation to safety/or assistance with emergency personal care items/or purchase of emergency food supply.
- National Federation for the Blind MN can provide materials for 11 blind people and their families to help make tactile labels or markers for appliances, medicine, and the like.
- Southside Family Charter School can pay for curriculum to one classroom.
- The legal review for home buyers to ensure their understanding of the documents necessary to be signed for home buying through Rondo Community Land Trust.
- Table space for distribution of WAMM literature on 6 Saturday mornings at the Midtown Farmers Market and the at annual May Day Festival so messages of peace and nonviolence will be dispersed throughout the larger community.
$20 per pay period:
- City of Lakes Community Land Trust (CLCLT) can leverage it 40 x and raise another $20,000 for affordability and rehab investment funds, assisting a low-income household into responsible and perpetually affordable home ownership.
- COMPAS can reach 20 women who are currently incarcerated with the opportunity to heal and share their stories through poetry.
- Friends For a Nonviolent World (FNVW) can provide 8 incarcerated individuals the opportunity to be trained as inside facilitators who will help with running conflict transformation workshops.
- Minnesota Coalition Against Sexual Assault (MNCASA) can provide culturally-specific trainings for advocates, community members, students, or organizations in advocacy or prevention.
- Minnesota Women’s Consortium funds to buy membership for low-wealth organizations and individuals.
- One Voice Mixed Chorus can offer one free performance in a school.
- Financing for a young person’s participation in therapy at RECLAIM.
- Twin Cities Gay Men’s Chorus an ASL Interpreter to enhance one concert performance, making our music reachable to more audiences.
- YouthFarm can provide healthy food access during our summer program, feeding 200 Youth Farmers throughout the Twin Cities.
$30 per pay period:
- YouthCARE can provide a 5 day, 4 night session at Camp Sunrise, including transportation to and from camp, food, and an overnight canoe trip for one youth.
$50 per pay period:
- Advocating for Change Together (ACT) can sponsor 1 self-advocate to go through a year-long disability rights fellowship resulting in a Disability Integration Project in their community.
- Minnesota Coalition for Battered Women (MCBW) can print the annual Femicide Report, which documents domestic violence homicides in Minnesota and is given to each state legislator.
- Sponsors the writing and design of one study guide to accompany a production at Penumbra Theater.
- Planned Parenthood can provide cancer screenings and preventative actions for eight patients.
- A free performance of one of Ten Thousand Things Theater’s, award-winning productions at a shelter for families impacted by domestic violence.