MPLS American Indian Center
Minneapolis American Indian Center is a community center in the heart of the American Indian community of Minneapolis. It is one of the oldest Indian centers in the country, founded in 1975. We provide educational and social services to more than 10,000 members of the community annually. We preserve and support American Indian cultural traditions through the arts, youth and inter-generational programs.
Hope Community Center
Located in the Phillips community in Minneapolis, Hope Community is a catalyst for change, growth and safety. We are building a sustainable neighborhood model through community organization, active education, leadership and affordable housing development. For more information on how to get involved, check this out. Facebook.
A multidisciplinary, multicultural arts center, Intermedia Arts supports a broad spectrum of artists, with a particular focus on voices you are unlikely to hear anywhere else. We come to the art from the issue, focusing on the impact an artist or organization can have on a community. We are multi-lingual and many-cultural, empowering artists and young people to tell their stories, in their own words and ways. Then we gather the community to listen, to see and to respond. Intermedia Arts is located at 2822 Lyndale Ave. South in Minneapolis. People wanting to connect/volunteer and go here. Twitter. Facebook.
Neighborhoods Organizing for Change (NOC)
NOC is a member-led, grassroots organizing nonprofit committed to building power for low- and moderate-income Minnesotans. Together, NOC members from across the Twin Cities fight for racial and economic justice. We're building powerful, active campaigns to improve public schools, stop the foreclosure crisis, increase civic engagement, and make corporations and the wealthy pay their fair share of taxes. Twitter. Facebook.
The Exchange is a Queer Community Space, a partnership between the Minnesota Transgender Health Coalition and RARE Productions. The space is used for MTHC Programming including hang out space during Shot Clinic, many different groups, meetings and safe spaces, it houses the Gender Gear Program, Winter Gear Program, Food Shelf and a visual Art gallery.
The Canvas Teen Arts Center
Committed to youth leadership, engaging arts programs and community-building, the Canvas offers FREE workshops, open mic nights, concerts, classes, materials and support for young writers, dancers, visual artists, performers and artists of all kings. Canvas serves teens from 7th-12th grades and is located inside the Hancock Rec Center: 1610 Hubbard Ave., St. Paul. Twitter. Facebook.
Center for Hmong Arts and Talent
CHAT exists to nurture, explore and illuminate the Hmong American experience through artistic expressions. CHAT envisions a vibrant community where Hmong American artists are inspired to share their perspectives, valued for their creative contributions, and empowered to challenge life’s boundaries. Facebook.
ISAIAH is a vehicle for congregations, clergy, and people of faith to act collectively and powerfully towards racial and economic equity in the state of Minnesota. Twitter. Facebook.
Sabathani Community Center
Located in South Minneapolis, Sabathani is a multi-service organization serving the needs of diverse families. Our mission is to strengthen youth, children and families and to build the capacity of the community that Sabathani serves.
The purpose of youthrive is to inspire and engage youth and adults through education, leadership and service to integrate peace making activities into their lives, their communities and the world.
Neighborhood House St. Paul
Providing services to more than 14,000 participants annually, Neighborhood House is a multi-cultural, multi-lingual center with programs in basic needs, education and youth leadership. We are committed to the success of refugees, immigrants, youth and the neighborhoods we serve. Facebook.
Pillsbury United Communities
We are nonprofit organization working to create choice, change and connection for people from all walks of life. With multiple locations in Minneapolis' inner city neighborhoods – including four neighborhood centers and a professional live theatre – Pillsbury United Communities is positioned to address the complicated issues and concerns faced by the more than 35,000 people who walk through our doors each year.
WE WIN Institute, Inc. is a non-profit organization who's mission is the academic and social success of all children. The focus is at-risk youth who are from economically poor neighborhoods that are underachieving in school and face negative influences in their communities. We have Rites of Passage Tutoring for Excellence after-school classes in North and South Minneapolis and Women of Distinction mentoring classes. These programs provide educational and cultural experiences designed to influence our children's basic value system and attitude. We give them a base of knowledge in core subjects, and help them develop skills they need to grow into successful, responsible adults.