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EVENTS


The Bright Sunshine of Human Rights: Hubert H. Humphrey and the Civil Rights Act of 1964 - October 14 to January 30, 2015
In the UROC Gallery. Taking its title from Hubert H. Humphrey’s 1948 speech to the Democratic National Convention, this exhibit uses archival objects and photographs to explore the role of one of Minnesota’s greatest leaders in the passage of America’s landmark Civil Rights Act of 1964. Co-sponsored by the University’s Humphrey School of Public Affairs, Office of Public Engagement and Office of the Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs and Provost. Public reception: 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, October 28. University of Minnesota Urban Research and Outreach-Engagement Center (UROC), 2001 Plymouth Avenue North, Minneapolis, MN 55411.

November at Intermedia Arts - November 5, 2014- January 10, 2015
THE BLACKER THE BERRY - November 5 - 8: A multidisciplinary performance featuring work by over 30 Twin Cities women of color with Post-Show Dialogues, Healing Song Circle, and Closing Night DJ Dance Party! Wednesday - Saturday, 2014 | 7:30PM. Limited number of opportunities available. EXHIBIT: November 5, 2014 - January 10, 2015. GALLERY HOURS: 10AM to 6PM weekdays; 12-5PM Saturdays | $3 Suggested Donation. OPENING RECEPTION: Thursday, November 6, 2014 | 6PM | Free | Everyone Welcome Twin Cities women of color exhibit a layered and intriguing multi-media response to the culturally provocative prompt, 'The Blacker the Berry.' The exhibition articulates a personal and intellectual examination of women's bodies and experiences through photography, mixed media, video installation, textile arts, and more. "When women begin to share places of connectivity, we break through isolation to discover healing, nurturing, networking, and critical sharing. That is The Blacker The Berry." -Shá Cage. RECONCILIATION - November 14 - 16 & 20 - 23: A New Play by Marisa Carr, Directed by Dipankar Mukherjee. Part of the Indigenous Voices Series co-presented with Pangea World Theater. 7:30PM Thursdays - Saturdays | 2:30PM Sundays.

Ralph Gilbert: Studies for Union Depot Murals - November 6 - December 7, 2014
Exhibition dates: Unless otherwise stated, all exhibition-related programs are free, open to the public, and take place at the MMAA Project Space located at 141 E. 4th Street, St. Paul. Entrance at the corner of 4th and Robert Street. Members’ Only Preview: Wednesday, November 5, 6:30 - 8 p.m., artist talk at 7 p.m. Gather with fellow MMAA members for an intimate reception and a first look at the new MMAA Project Space exhibition, with a special talk by artist Ralph Gilbert. Public Opening: Thursday, November 6, 6 – 8 p.m., program at 6:45 p.m. Enjoy a short program followed by an invitation to walk the two blocks to Union Depot to view the final murals. . Live music performed by electronic composer Patrick Vogl, McNally Smith College of Music alumnus. Refreshments provided in part by Revival Wine Beer and Spirits, Big Top Liquor, and Summit Brewing Company. Ralph Gilbert, an Atlanta-based figurative muralist and painter, was awarded a public art commission to create six murals depicting the multicultural history of the railroad in Minnesota for the Union Depot in St. Paul. This MMAA Project Space exhibition will feature the extensive preparatory work Gilbert generated in the process of creating the final murals, including ten drawings, four watercolors, four oil sketches on panel, and nine oil paintings. The opening of the show will coincide with the completed murals’ installation on the west wall of the grand Waiting Room. History Lesson: The Minnesota Rail Saturday, November 8, 1 – 3 p.m. This event takes place at the St. Paul Union Depot | 214 E. 4th Street, St. Paul 5510. Presented with the Ramsey County Historical Society and Union Depot. Ralph Gilbert’s murals for the St. Paul Union Depot are rich with Minnesota history. MMAA has assembled a panel of experts to delve deeper into the historical themes that the murals cover in the inspiring and very relevant setting of the grand Waiting Room in Union Depot. Marvin Roger Anderson, former Minnesota state law librarian and tireless champion of the Rondo neighborhood, will tell a personalized account about the connection between Union Depot, the railroads and the local African-American community. John Diers, who literally wrote the book on the Union Depot, will review the storied building’s many lives and renovation. Ralph Gilbert will talk about what it takes to make public art that deals with history, with an emphasis on the actual making of the work of art. Former State Legislator Steve Trimble (District 67B) will discuss the history of the great city of St. Paul and how the railroad impacted its development. Community Performance: ComMUSICation Youth Choral Group. Wednesday, Dec 3, 6:30 p.m., doors open at 6 p.m. MMAA Project Space | 141 E. 4th Street, St. Paul 5510. ComMUSICation (CMC) is an after-school program serving students in St. Paul’s Promise Neighborhood, a 250-square block area in the heart of historic Frogtown and Rondo. Bringing together youth and families from different socioeconomic, cultural, age, and school backgrounds, CMC provides participants with rigorous, instructional arts and music programming, along with an emphasis on community engagement. MMAA Project Space will host CMC for the closing of Ralph Gilbert: Studies for Union Depot Murals. The jazz/pops program will take inspiration from the artist’s mural about the “red caps” of Rondo, which was and remains the heart and soul of Minnesota’s African-American community.

 
Hip Hop for Hope: Help Selfless Teens support homeless youth - November 25
Rather than asking for gifts for their birthday, 12-year-olds Contemporary Dancer Jaliya Jackson and Pop Sensation Kalayah Jones are asking for donations to Lutheran Social Service of Minnesota’s Metro Homeless Youth Services. With the winter months approaching fast, local youth facing homelessness need warm clothing. Jaliya and Kalayah have made it their goal to provide 100 youth with new or gently used coats, hats, scarves and gloves. On Tuesday, , 2014, the Sweet 13 Concert Party & Coat drive will be held at Aria Event Center located at 105 North First Street in Downtown Minneapolis from 6-10pm. Tickets are $5. Donations of warm clothing will be collected at the party. Special guest performances from: Da Rich Kidzz (aka Hot Cheetos & Takis Kids), Miracole, Local Swagg, Team Winter, Duboy, Tre, JayBree, Swagg Team, Kalayah Jones and more…Their objective is to provide hip hop for hope and warmth to at least 100 homeless individuals in the Twin Cities from head to toe. #Hiphopforhope #100Warm. To donate visit gofund.me/h7lphk. For more information about the event or Kalayah Jones visit https://www.facebook.com/kalayahjones1 or email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it . For inquiries about LSS Metro Homeless Youth Services visit http://www.lssmn.org/youth/metro/ December 2014 Events, Classes and Exhibits - Dec. 1 - Dec. 31. Read our holiday news release listing special programs at our historic sites and museums statewide. Plus, view upcoming events, classes and exhibits at Minnesota Historical Society sites and museums listed below at the following links: December Events Calendar (pdf) or December Events Calendar (rtf).

Progressive Baptist Church Presents: A Time of Preparation & Restoration-Psalms 51: 10-13 Guest Speaker Rev. Dr. Jeremiah A. Wright - November 30 - December 3
Winter Revival starting Sunday through Wednesday 2014. Held at Progressive Baptist Church 1505 Burns Ave St. Paul, MN 55106. Rev. Dr. Earl F. Miller, Senior Pastor. Sunday Worship service 8:00 & 11:00am. Nightly service 7:00pm

December 2014 Events, Classes and Exhibits - Dec. 1 - Dec. 31
Read our holiday news release listing special programs at our historic sites and museums statewide. Plus, view upcoming events, classes and exhibits at Minnesota Historical Society sites and museums listed below at the following links: December Events Calendar (pdf) or December Events Calendar (rtf).

Union Depot Gets Into the Holiday Spirit With Series of Events for All Ages Including Special Performance by THE VOICE Top Five Contestant Kat Perkins - December 5 - December 19
Union Depot in downtown St. Paul will offer festive events for all ages during the month of December, highlighted by a musical performance by musician and THE VOICE Top Five contestant Kat Perkins. On Saturday, December 6 the historic space will host the annual Holiday Bake Sale featuring nearly 20 of the top Twin Cities bakeries and the debut of a collection of treats made with Bee Line Honey from the five beehives on the Union Depot rooftop. The day’s activities will also include musical entertainment and refreshments, topped off by the annual Union Depot Holiday Tree Lighting ceremony with carolers, fireworks and a musical performance by THE VOICE contestant Kat Perkins. Other activities during the month include visits by a holiday-themed train and free holiday movie nights on December 12 and 19. Below is a schedule with event details. December 5-7 and 11-14: “North Pole Express” Holiday Train. The Friends of the 261 will bring the North Pole Express steam engine and vintage train cars to Union Depot. Guests will enjoy the experience of a real steam train, Santa and his elves and holiday fun for all. Tickets are $17.50 for children (3 – 12 years) and $19.50 for adults and are available at www.261.com/north-pole-express. December 6: Annual Holiday Bake Sale and Tree Lighting Celebration with Kat Perkins Performance; Debut of Bee Line Honey treats. Bake Sale, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.: Nearly 20 of the Twin Cities’ top bakeries will gather at Union Depot to sell holiday cookies, and Union Depot will offer a special cookie created using Bee Line Honey from the five beehives kept on the building’s rooftop. The event will also include displays of modern and historic holiday décor, cooking demonstrations, musical performances and giveaways. Admission is $5 for adults (kids under 12 admitted free). A commemorative tin will be sold for $10 with a portion of proceeds benefiting Share Our Strength’s No Kid Hungry Campaign. Tickets to the bake sale are available at www.uniondepot.org/bakesale. Tree Lighting, 4 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.: The annual holiday tree lighting celebration will begin at 4 p.m. with caroling and refreshments and the tree will be lit at 5 p.m. Fireworks will follow the tree lighting. The tree lighting celebration is free with refreshments available for purchase. Kat Perkins Performance, 4:30-5 p.m.: Top 5 contestant from THE VOICE, Kat Perkins, will perform in the Head House as part of the tree lighting events. Growing up the daughter of a music teacher, Kat Perkins has been singing, dancing, and performing for just about as long as she can remember. At just 15 years old, Perkins made the move to the Twin Cities from rural North Dakota and her professional career began as she became a success in the Minneapolis-St. Paul theatre scene. Her single, “Fearless,” independently hit #5 upon release on the iTunes charts. An inspirational speaker, talented singer and creative woman, Kat Perkins will dazzle visitors to Union Depot with her performance. Bee Line Honey Treats: Union Depot will debut a collection of Bee Line Honey treats including Honey Bon-Bons crafted with Bee Line Honey and produced by Mademoiselle Miel and limited-edition jars of Bee Line Honey will be available starting at $3.00. December 12 and 19: Free Holiday Movie Nights. Holiday favorites (Disney’s) Frozen, The Polar Express and National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation will be shown on a large screen in the Waiting Room. The movie showings are free and open to the public. Visit www.uniondepot.org/events for show times and details.

Come & Support our Local Artists while you shop for Fun & Funky gifts in a Comfortable & Interesting Atmosphere with Cool Art, Sweet Treats, Community Networking & Conversation. 2 day opening reception - Dec. 6th & Dec. 7th
Saturday. 2-8pm. Sunday. 2-8pm. Featuring Art by Tammy Ortegon, Gordon Coons, Eileen Connor, Edoardo Ortegon, Eileen Espinosa & Fantasticl Jewelry by WreckCycled, Ixmukane Accesories, Paulina Jacobsson & more! Plus, lots of unique gifts & Treasures including, Multi-cultural & non-traditional greeting cards, books, angels & ornaments, locally crafted, natural soaps & body products, perfume oils, candles, Tagua jewelry from Colombia, beaded jewelry from Guatamala, Frida Kahlo inspired folk art, rock & roll baby t-shirts, fairly traded chocolate & coffee. Plus, On SATURDAY Dec. 6th. 4:00-6:00pm... Treat yourself to a Chair Massage by Cynthia Reuss, Massage Therapist specializing in deep tissue massage and trigger point therapy. She will be charging $1.oo a minute that she will be will be donating to a Local Food Shelf. Work out that Holiday Stress & move more Gracefully into the New Year! Stop back to the ColorWheel on Sunday December 14th 2:00-6:00pm for a Special Hands on Workshop & Artist Talk with Gordon Coons! +Create an Ojibwa Woodland Art Style linoleum block print, Learn about Gordon's Art style, Shop for Unique Gifts, Enjoy refreshments, & More! FREE & Everyone is Welcome! ColorWheel Gallery, 319 W 46th St. (46th & Grand) Mpls. 55419. 612 823 5693. www.ColorWheelGallery.com

Dr. Artika Tyner’s Book Reading Event - December 12
Please join us as Artika R. Tyner reads her book The Lawyer As Leader and shares her vision for the future of our education system. The event will be held on Friday, December 12, 2014 at 7PM SubText Books. Location: 165 Western Ave N, Saint Paul, Minnesota 55102. Artika Tyner ’06 J.D. shares her vision for reimagining education: It begins with placing an explicit focus on leadership development and social justice advocacy. In her talk, the educator and civil rights attorney shares her experience of transforming the classroom into a learning laboratory where students experiment by applying their technical training to address the social justice challenges of our time. Earlier this year Ms. Tyner did a TEDx talk at the University of St. Thomas, articulating how we can use education for social change: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P5QHAhMYwoA

Artika Tyner discusses her book The Lawyer as Leader: How to Plant People and Grow Justice at SubText - December 12
7pm Friday SubText: a Bookstore 165 Western Avenue North, Saint Paul 5102. www.subtextbooks.com www.facebook.com/SubTextaBookstore. 651-493-2791. A new book shows how attorneys can use their legal skills to lead social change movements, contribute to communities that foster social justice and empower and develop new leaders. Overview: Artika Tyner ’06 J.D. shares her vision for reimagining education: It begins with placing an explicit focus on leadership development and social justice advocacy. In her talk, the educator and civil rights attorney shares her experience of transforming the classroom into a learning laboratory where students experiment by applying their technical training to address the social justice challenges of our time.

Education for Everyone “A Deeper Look” - Jan. 27, 2015
4:30 p.m. – 8:00 p.m., University of St. Thomas, Anderson Student Center, 2115 Summit Avenue, St. Paul, MN 55105. The Education for Everyone Event series aims to share information and raise awareness of students with different challenges so everyone can better support these individuals in our schools and communities. For the 5th annual event, the university has teamed up with CLIMB Theatre to discuss diversity and acceptance of differences. CLIMB will present their play “A Deeper Look.” At the beginning of this play, performers enter the stage as African Americans, Asians, Native Americans, Latinos, and Caucasians. Because you see them, you naturally think you know them. But do you? Their personal stories, bravely told through monologues, scenes, music, dance, and slides, will take you on a journey of deeper understanding—not just of them, but of yourself. They are more alike than different, but can we interact with others from that point of view, especially after 9/11? Can we both embrace and disengage from our American history of prejudice and religious intolerance and its power to repeat itself over and over again? “A Deeper Look” will have you wonder. The event will also feature table discussions and a resource fair. Pizza dinner will be served. This event will interest high school and college students, teachers, and anyone connected with youth or devoted to the education of children and adolescents. The performance is most appropriate for grades 9-12. For more information and to register: http://www.stthomas.edu/celc/e4e


Education for Everyone: A Deeper Look - January 27
Tuesday, , 2015; 4:30 p.m. – 8:00 p.m., University of St. Thomas, Woulfe Alumni Hall-Anderson Student Center; 2115 Summit Avenue, St. Paul, MN 55105. Cost: Free to UST students, faculty, staff and school-aged students who register before Jan. 19; general admission: $10. For more information, visit the conference website: www.stthomas.edu/celc/e4e. The Education for Everyone Event series aims to share information and raise awareness of students with different challenges so everyone can better support these individuals in our schools and communities. For the 2015 event, the University of St. Thomas has teamed up with CLIMB Theatre to discuss diversity and acceptance of differences. CLIMB will present their play “A Deeper Look.” At the beginning of this play, performers enter the stage as African Americans, Asians, Native Americans, Latinos, and Caucasians. Because you see them, you naturally think you know them. But do you? Their personal stories, bravely told through monologues, scenes, music, dance, and slides, will take you on a journey of deeper understanding—not just of them, but of yourself. They are more alike than different, but can we interact with others from that point of view, especially after 9/11? Can we both embrace and disengage from our American history of prejudice and religious intolerance and its power to repeat itself over and over again? “A Deeper Look” will have you wonder. The event will also feature table discussions and a resource fair. Pizza dinner will be served.

Hubbs Children’s Literature Conference - February 21
Saturday, , 2015; 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m., University of St. Thomas Thornton Auditorium, 1000 LaSalle Avenue, Minneapolis, MN 55403. Cost: $60 general admission; $20 students (includes buffet lunch and CEUs). For more information, visit the conference website: www.stthomas.edu/celc/hubbs. The Hubbs Children’s Literature Conference is designed for teachers, parents, students, librarians and anyone interested in encouraging the use of quality children’s literature in homes, schools, and communities. The conference offers the opportunity to share information and learn how to better meet the education needs of youth, and provides breakout sessions that offer an opportunity for attendees to ask questions of the authors and engage them in discussion about their work, creative process and other topics of interest. The 2015 keynote speakers are David Wiesner, award winning author of Mr. Wuffles!, Tuesday, The Three Pigs, and Flotsam; and Carrie Mesrobian, YA fiction author of Sex & Violence and Perfectly Good White Boy. In addition to their keynote presentations, the authors will also participate in breakout sessions offering an informal opportunity to ask questions and discuss their work and a book signing. Red Balloon Bookshop will be available onsite to sell children’s books.

PROGRAMS & SERVICES
 
Volunteers needed at Hennepin County's new northside human services office
Hennepin County’s Human Services and Public Health department is looking for friendly, reliable people to volunteer as greeters at the new North Minneapolis human services office, at 1001 Plymouth Avenue North, Minneapolis. Greeters will welcome and guide visitors, answer questions and assist with special projects. Successful candidates will be 18 years old or older, will be good communicators and team players. Candidates will be expected to be reliable, self-starters who are respectful of client confidentiality. They also should enjoy working with diverse populations. Bilingual skills are a plus. The department is looking for volunteers who can commit to two four-hour shifts each work week – morning or afternoon – for at least three months. Interested volunteer candidates should call 612-348-5835 or contact This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

RAKE IT Fall Yard Clean-Up
Leaves do fall. Improve your health while helping a senior citizen in Minneapolis remain independent in their home! You choose the date and time to rake and clean up the yard. Perfect for individuals, groups, and families. Seasonal: starting mid-October (depending upon the weather) until the snow stays. This is a one-time unpaid fun, flexible activity on weekdays or weekends. Feel free to sign up multiple times! Exact location TBD in Minneapolis, depends upon where the senior citizen resides. Ongoing unpaid volunteer opportunities are also available. Please contact Jeanne the NIP Seniors Program, Volunteer Coordinator at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or call 612-746-8549 for more information. Minneapolis senior citizens who seek assistance should call 612-374-3322 or email  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it . Seniors outside of Minneapolis should contact the Senior Linkage Line at 1-800-333-2433 for information about services in their neighborhood. NIP website is www.neighborhoodinvolve.org

SHARE A SMILE
Brighten the day of a senior citizen and have some fun. Hang out with an elder on a regular basis and do things that you both enjoy. Work with a partner and you can take turns visiting. Families welcome; youth must be age 12 or older and accompanied by an adult. Exact location TBD in Minneapolis, depends upon where the senior citizen resides. A variety of one-time or ongoing unpaid volunteer opportunities are available. Please contact Jeanne the NIP Seniors Program, Volunteer Coordinator at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or call 612-746-8549 for more information. Our website is www.neighborhoodinvolve.org. Volunteers age 55+ may qualify to become a Senior Companion, receive mileage, and a stipend. Senior citizens that reside in Minneapolis and wish to be matched with a Friendly Visitor should call 612-374-3322 or email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it for more information. Outside of Minneapolis, contact the Senior Linkage Line at 1-800-333-2433 for details.

Handy Helper Needed - Ongoing
Help an elderly Minneapolis resident remain safely in their home. Volunteer your time to assist with MINOR REPAIRS. Snowbirds, retirees, and trainees welcome (over the age of 18). You must have some experience to ensure that the work is done correctly (license not required). Choose your own unpaid handyperson schedule. Adult individuals, two-person teams, and small groups welcome. Exact location TBD in Minneapolis, depends upon where the senior citizen resides. One-time unpaid volunteer opportunities are also available. Please contact Jeanne the NIP Seniors Program, Volunteer Coordinator at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or call 612-746-8549 for more information. Our website is www.neighborhoodinvolve.org. Senior citizens who reside in Minneapolis and need a handyperson should call 612-374-3322 or email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it for more information. Outside of Minneapolis, contact the Senior Linkage Line at 1-800-333-2433 for details.

Let It Grow - Ongoing
Enjoy the great outdoors and get your hands dirty! Seniors in Minneapolis need your help to maintain their flower garden or vegetable patch. Volunteer one time or adopt a garden for the season until it freezes. Work with a partner and you can take turns gardening. Family teams welcome, youth must be age 7 or older and supervised by an adult. Exact location TBD in Minneapolis, depends upon where the senior citizen resides. One-time and other unpaid volunteer opportunities are also available. Please contact Jeanne the NIP Seniors Program, Volunteer Coordinator at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or call 612-746-8549 for more information. NIP website is www.neighborhoodinvolve.org If you are a Minneapolis senior in need of yard care, call 612-374-3322 or email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it Senior citizens who reside outside of Minneapolis should contact the Senior Linkage Line at 1-800-333-2433 for information about services in their neighborhood.

Cityview Community School looking for volunteers

City View is looking for tutors. For more information contact Kathy DeKrey (218)760-1106.

Council on Crime and Justice needs mentors
The Council on Crime and Justice is looking for men to mentor men released from Minnesota State Prisons. Connecting with mentors can reduce the amount of stress and challenge as one is reintegrating back into family and community. When: Your choice. Please contact 612-353-3000.

CEED Online Class
Earn a Continuing Education Certificate (clock hours) or Academic Credit by successfully completing a CEED online course. Sessions are nine weeks long and instructor-led. Participants need a computer with internet access and a high speed connection. Click on the links for more information about each course and to register. Mar. 24, 2014 - Pregnancy's Unexpected Outcomes: Death, Disabilities, and the Impact on Parents and Children--A Guide for Practitioners. (82 Clock Hours or 2 academic credits)

FYI/ I Can Prevent Diabetes Program
I can Prevent Diabetes is a collaborative, community-based, lifestyle change program designed for people who have diagnosed as pre-diabetic or who are at risk of developing Type 2 diabetes (overweight, family history, get little exercise, had a baby weighing more than 9 lbs.), or currently taking Metforin. This program Involves 16 weekly sessions and eight (8) monthly follow-up sessions where participants learn how to create a healthier lifestyle. For more information or to register please contact Sylvia Amos at 612-521-3110 for a list of church sites where the class will be offered in 2014.

CAST (Capri after School Theater)
Working in collaboration with Children’s Theatre Company (CTC) and PYC Arts & Tech High School, Capri After School Theater (CAST) is open to students in grades 9 through 12 who are interested in exploring the world of theater after school every week Tuesdays and Thursday until May 22, 2014, 3:30 p.m. -5:30 p.m. at Capri Theater 2027 West Broadway, Minneapolis, MN 55411. There is no charge for this program thanks to generous support from the Carlson Family Foundation and the Minnesota State Arts Board. If you are a high school student (or a parent/guardian of a student), please contact Kevin D. West at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or call 612-643-2039 for information or to enroll.

Volunteer at North Regional or Sumner Library
North Regional Library, 1315 Lowry Avenue North, Minneapolis, MN 55411 and Sumner Library, 611 Van White Memorial Blvd Minneapolis, MN 55411 are looking for volunteers for the Homework Hub and promoting Homework Hub for grades K-12. Volunteers can contact This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it (NR) and Mary Okoronko at (612) 543-6875 for questions. Volunteers will go through a short interview and be screened. North Regional is looking for individuals willing to commit to a weekly time. Homework Hub does not operate when schools are closed. Please visit www.hclib.org for more information about North Regional Library.

Summer Academic Enrichment Program
If you are eligible for free or reduced price lunches and are in grades 3-11, apply for stipend to attend a summer academic enrichment program. A Stipend for up to a $1,000 will be paid directly to the summer academic enrichment program you attend. If you are in grades 7-11, you must have either an overall “C” average or its equivalent for the most recently recorded academic term in the subject area applicable to the summer program you wish to attend. Awards will be made on a first-come, first-serve basis. www.ohe.state.mn.us/summerenrichment/

Host a Food Charter Event
The Minnesota Food Charter Event process also includes setting-specific topics that can be added to the one-hour event. These half-hour additions allow groups to discuss barriers and opportunities associated with childcare, healthcare, schools and worksites unique to their communities. Check out this outline for how a Minnesota Food Charter Event works. When and Where: Your choice. Fill out the contact form or email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

GUTTER CREW NEEDED
Spring draws near! Leaves do fall and up the ladder we must crawl. Gain a new poetic perspective while helping a senior citizen in Minneapolis remain independent in their home! You choose the date and time to clean gutters. Perfect for individuals, groups (small to large), and families (kids stay on the ground). Others can rake while an adult clears out the gutter. Seasonal: mid-April (depending upon the weather). This is a one-time fun, flexible unpaid volunteer activity that can be done weekdays or weekends. Feel free to sign up multiple times! BYOL: Bring Your Own Ladder (optional). Exact location TBD in Minneapolis, depends upon where the senior citizen resides. Ongoing unpaid volunteer opportunities are available with lawn mowing and assisting with handyperson activities. One time opportunities are occasionally available. Please check our other postings. Please contact Jeanne the NIP Seniors Program, Volunteer Coordinator at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or call (612) 746-8549 for more information. Our website is www.neighborhoodinvolve.org

RAKE IT Spring Yard Clean-Up
Think Spring! Improve your health while helping a senior citizen in Minneapolis remain independent in their home! You choose the date and time to rake and clean up the yard. Perfect for individuals, groups, and families. Seasonal: starting mid-April (depending upon the weather). This is a one-time unpaid fun, flexible activity on weekdays or weekends. Feel free to sign up multiple times! Exact location TBD in Minneapolis, depends upon where the senior citizen resides. Ongoing unpaid volunteer opportunities are also available. Please contact Jeanne the NIP Seniors Program, Volunteer Coordinator at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or call 612-746-8549 for more information. Minneapolis senior citizens who seek assistance should call (612) 374-3322 or email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it . Seniors outside of Minneapolis should contact the Senior Linkage Line at 1-800-333-2433 for information about services in their neighborhood. NIP website is www.neighborhoodinvolve.org

Volunteer Opportunities
Need to fulfill volunteer requirements? Looking to build your resume? Want to make an impact in your community? Sign up to volunteer at Agape 24 Hour Childcare. Volunteer Opportunities: Receptionist– flexible hours, Tutors, Reader Helpers, Greeters and Parent Board. If interested, please call (612) 287-9775 or email: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it . Visit website: www.agape24hourchildcare.com

Sabathani March campaign – Ongoing thru March
Sabathani Community Center will be hosting a food and fund drive as part of the March Campaign, a statewide effort coordinated by the Minnesota FoodShare to raise food for local food shelves. Sabathani’s goal is to collect 100,000 pounds of food and raise $25,000. Support Sabathani’s efforts: Bring donations of non-perishable food items and cash donations to Sabathani Community Center church during the month of March; Organize a food drive for Sabathani’s food shelf. To assist with the March Campaign community food and fund drive efforts, Sabathani will supply food barrels and make arrangements to pick up food and monetary donations. Sabathani Community Center is located at 310 E. 38th Street, Minneapolis, MN. For further information and/or to make a donation, please call Kevin at 612-821-2302 or Kim at (612) 821-2399.

Volunteer Computer Tutor - Ongoing
Twin Cities RISE! seeks tutors to provide computer-skills assistance to participants enrolled in the introductory and intermediate computer courses. You will help participants with basic to intermediate file management for Windows 7, and beginner- to intermediate-level skills with MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook basics, including sending attachments and using appropriate e-mail etiquette. Tutors will work one-to-one, or in small groups with participants for approximately one hour, weekday mornings or evenings only. Twin Cities RISE! is seeking volunteers who have skills and experience working with computers, and have the patience to explain applications and procedures to individuals who have limited computer skills and experience. Times vary. Locations are at our St. Paul or Minneapolis offices. For more information, and to sign up for a volunteer orientation, please contact Lisa Bryant, director of Volunteer Services, at (651) 366-6064, or visit the Volunteer website page at www.twincitiesrise.org

Twin Cities RISE! Tutor - Ongoing
Are you a whiz at English and grammar? Apply your English skills as a Twin Cities RISE! tutor helping participants to enhance their skills in subject-verb usage and agreement, and identification of irregular verbs. You will also help participants apply these skills as they develop resumes and cover letters. Must have strong English grammar and writing skills, and have the patience to explain subject-verb agreement and sentence structure to individuals who are trying to acquire knowledge. Times vary. Locations are at our St. Paul or Minneapolis offices. For more information, and to sign up for a volunteer orientation, please contact Lisa Bryant, director of Volunteer Services, at (651) 366-6064, or visit the Volunteer website page at www.twincitiesrise.org.

Super Duper Handyperson Wanted
Help an elderly Minneapolis resident stay in their home. Assist with MINOR REPAIRS to make certain that their home is safe. Snowbirds, retirees, and trainees welcome (over the age of 18). You must have some experience to ensure that the work is done correctly (license not required). Choose your own schedule. Adult individuals, two-person teams, and small groups welcome. Exact location TBD in Minneapolis, depends upon where the senior citizen resides. One time unpaid volunteer opportunities are also available. Please contact Jeanne the NIP Seniors Program, Volunteer Coordinator at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or call 612-746-8549 for more information. Our website is www.neighborhoodinvolve.org. Senior citizens who reside in Minneapolis and need a handyperson should call 612-374-3322 or email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it for more information. Outside of Minneapolis, contact the Senior Linkage Line at 1-800-333-2433 for details.

Share A Smile - Ongoing

Brighten the day of a senior citizen and have some fun. Hang out with an elder on a regular basis and do things that you both enjoy, like watching a movie, building stuff, playing games, conversation or whatever! Work with a partner and you can take turns visiting. Families welcome; youth must be age 12 or older and accompanied by an adult. Volunteers age 55+ may qualify to become a Senior Companion and earn a stipend. Exact location TBD in Minneapolis, depends upon where the senior citizen resides. A variety of one-time or ongoing unpaid volunteer opportunities are available. Please contact Jeanne the NIP Seniors Program, Volunteer Coordinator at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or call (612) 746-8549 for more information. Our website is www.neighborhoodinvolve.org. Senior citizens that reside in Minneapolis and wish to be matched with a Friendly Visitor should call 612-374-3322 or email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it for more information. Outside of Minneapolis, contact the Senior Linkage Line at 1-800-333-2433 for details.

Register at any time for lessons at Camden Music School - Ongoing
Looking for a place to play? You can enroll in lessons at CMS at any time! Tuition is prorated to the number of lessons you take. All ages, abilities and experience levels are welcome. The CMS Fall Term runs through Saturday, January 18. Recitals will be held on January 25. Spring Term starts the week of February 3. CMS offers vocal and instrumental lessons, Musikgarten early childhood music classes (newborn to age 8), hand drumming, community choir, music theory and more! Family rates and discounts are available. Scholarship applications for the spring term will be available Monday, December 2. Classes in Camden: Luther Memorial Lutheran Church, 3751 Sheridan Ave. N., 55412. CMS in Northeast Minneapolis: Grace Center for Community Life (formerly Holland School), 1500 6th St. NE, 55413. More information: 612-618-0219 or www.camdenmusicschool.com.

Volunteers of America Foster Parent Information Meetings Ongoing
Foster Parent Information Meetings for interested skilled parents desiring to provide care for troubled youth in the Volunteers of America foster care program. Kids of all ages are in need of a stable home with dedicated parents. Information meetings are held at Volunteers of America Corporate Office every Friday from 10am-11:30am. To RSVP or for additional information on becoming a foster parent, contact Jolene Swan at (952) 945-4064, email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or online at http://voafostercare.org

Reduce Gym Membership Fee
Save money, get in shape, and help your neighbor! Develop strong muscles by shoveling the snow off a grateful senior citizen’s walkways and driveway. Adopt a yard until the weather warms. Resident will provide the thankful smile. Perfect opportunity for apartment/condo dweller that yearns to be outside. Work with a partner and you can take turns shoveling. Family teams and small groups welcome; youth must be age 7 or older and supervised by an adult. Exact location TBD in Minneapolis, depends upon where the senior citizen resides. We offer unpaid volunteer opportunities year-round. Please contact Jeanne the NIP Seniors Program, Volunteer Coordinator at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or call 612-746-8549 for more information. Our website is www.neighborhoodinvolve.org

HELPING SENIORS IN MINNEAPOLIS
Seniors Program of Neighborhood Involvement Program assists elders aged 60 and over in North and Southwest Minneapolis with a variety of services so that they can remain safely in their home or apartment. Our services are specialized for each resident and we strive to provide as much as possible via the assistance of volunteers. To be eligible for seniors' services, people must live within the following boundaries: south of 44th Avenue in North Minneapolis, north of West 36th Street in Southwest Minneapolis, 35W on the east, and France Avenue on the west. For information about NIP Senior Services email  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it  or call 612-374-3322. Our website is www.neighborhoodinvolve.org

West African Dance & Drum Classes
African Dance w/ Whitney $12 - All classes Drop-In. Every Saturday 1:00pm - 2:30pm; Every Tuesday 7:00pm - 8:30pm. at Patrick's Cabaret, 3010 Minnehaha Ave., Minneapolis, MN 55406.

Foster Parent Information Meetings
Find out about becoming a foster parent and changing a child's life! Open information meetings are held every Friday from 10AM-11:30AM at 7625 Metro Boulevard Edina, MN 55439. Volunteers of America-Minnesota is looking for skilled parents to provide 6-9 months care for troubled youth in our new Multidimensional Treatment Foster Care Program (MTFC). We have kids, ages 12-17, who are in need of a stable home with dedicated parents who appreciate the difficulties of childhood! Volunteers of America provides quality foster parents with lots of friendly training, 24 hour support and a monthly stipend. If you would like more information contact Jolene Swan at 952-945-4064 or  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it , or visit us online at http://voafostercare.org!

GED, ELL, College Prep and skills development courses offered
Minneapolis Public Schools-Adult Education is offering free GED, ELL, College Prep and skills development courses. Prepare for GED exams; Increase Math, Reading, and Writing skills; Develop Computer skills; Job training and specific certifications; Comfortable learning environment; and Day and evening classes available! For more information, please contact staff at: Minneapolis Public School Adult Education, 1250 W. Broadway Ave., Minneapolis, MN, 55411 or http://Abe.mpls.k12.mn.us or (612) 668-1863.

Volunteer at Skyline Tower Conversation Group
Reach out to your neighbors for an hour of coffee and conversation, Thursdays 5-6 pm! Share your stories and learn about other cultures while helping English language learners gain confidence in their language abilities. Our participants are mainly Vietnamese, Somali and Ethiopian residents of Skyline Tower at 1247 St Anthony Ave. For more information, contact  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it  or (651)999-7528.

Volunteer as an English Teacher with the Minnesota Literacy Council.
Help adult refugees and immigrants learn the reading, writing and speaking skills needed to thrive in the U.S. Morning, afternoon or evening classes are available throughout the Twin Cities. The literacy council provides training and support. Interested? Contact  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it  or call Allison at 651-251-9110. Or visit www.mnliteracy.org/volunteers/opportunities/adults

The Mu Rho Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc at the U of MN is searching for former members
Currently, the sorority is collecting historical information to add to it's archives. This includes information pertaining to former Eta Chapter members (1922-1964) and Mu Rho Chapter members (1979-Present).For more information please contact the Graduate Advisor, Peggye Mezile by email:  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Hazelden Offers Free Educational Opportunity
Concerned about someone's alcohol or drug use? Addressing Concerns Together (ACT), Hazelden's new outreach program, can help. Join us for a free event to learn more about addiction, intervention, assessment, and treatment. Hazelden's St. Paul campus, 680 Stewart Ave., St. Paul. 2nd and 4th Mon. of each month at 6pm. This is an open event and there is no need to register. If you have questions, please contact Hazelden at 800-257-7800.

Free Classes for Adults
The Minnesota Literacy Council, a non-profit organization, has free classes for adults at our Lake Street Learning Center at 2700 East Lake Street, 2nd floor, above Denny's. For classes and more info, visit: http://www.mnliteracy.org/

Free Internet Access
Access internet, check email, look for housing, type up resumes, job search, practice typing, learn Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. M-F 11am-2pm and 5pm-7pm. At Sabathani Community Center Room 324 310 E 38th St Mpls, MN 55409.

Youth Business Club Develops Entrepreneurial Skills
Kids learn with support and guidance from community. The Selby Avenue Youth Business Club is open to youth ages 9-16 who are interested in starting their own or learning more about business. The group meets the first and third Saturday of ever month from 9:30 am to noon at Golden Thyme Cafe on Selby and Milton. For more information, interested parties can visit http://selbyareacdc.org/Saybcindex.html, e-mail at  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it  or contact at: 615-964-0710.

Free Lead Paint Testing
If you meet the following criteria, you may be eligible to receive new windows through a Hennepin County grant program:
• Home built before 1978
• A child (5 or under) lives in or frequently visits your home
• Live in Hennepin County
• Meet certain income qualifications
Sustainable Resources Center have partnered with the National Center for Healthy Housing to bring a national perspective to our efforts in Minnesota. SRC will be working with public, private and nonprofit organizations throughout the State to develop the plan. This is a great opportunity to encourage and support the creation of healthy homes for all! Call Sustainable Resources Center at 612.872.3281 to schedule a free home visit! Communication available in Spanish, Somali, and Hmong. http://www.src-mn.org/

Twin Cities Habitat for Humanity Mortgage Foreclosure Prevention Program (MFPP)
MFPP provides free counseling for Minneapolis homeowners struggling to pay their mortgages (and referrals for clients outside of our service area). Located in the Minneapolis Urban League building at 2100 Plymouth Ave N, call 612.331.4090 and select option 3 to speak with a MFPP representative and set up an appointment.

The Black Parent Group - Mondays
Free weekly support group for parents of any race raising African American children. Mondays at 7–830pm at: Washington Tech Middle School 1495 Rice St. Saint Paul. Please visit the website: www.theblackparentgroup.com or send an e-mail to  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

PCLG Parent Support Group – Ongoing 2nd Mon. of each month
Parent-led support group where parents can share the challenges of parenting a child with mental health concerns. Open to any parent or caregiver of a child with mental health concerns residing in or receiving services in Hennepin County. 6:30pm–8pm, 2nd Monday of each month at Sabes Jewish Community Center 4330 South Cedar Lake Road, St. Louis Park, MN. Contact 612.825.9615  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it  or visit website at www.hccmhc.com

Seniors Program of Neighborhood Involvement Program
If you are aged 60 live within the following boundaries: 44th Avenue in North Minneapolis, West 36th Street in South Minneapolis, 35W on the east, and France Avenue on the west in MPLS and need help with a variety of services email  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it m or www.neighborhoodinvolve.org or call 612.374.3322 for more info.

Need to read better?
Call us for free classes or tutoring near your home.
• Improve your reading or math
• Get ready for your GED
• Learn computer skills
• Study English as a Second Language
Minnesota Literacy Council's Adult Literacy Hotline: 1.800.222.1990
www.theMLC.org/hotline

An Individualized Internet Course for Senior Adults
At last! Individualized instruction to help you find health information on the Internet. Free, ongoing classes and workshops held at these locations: Eastside Neighborhood Services 1700 2nd St. NE, Mpls. 55413 .612.787.4020 or The Seniors' Place 1801 Central Ave. NE, MPLS. 55418 (612.788.9186).

Greater Minneapolis Crisis Nursery
Serves all of Hennepin County, offering a 24-hour crisis hotline, crisis counseling, up to 72-hour overnight residential care, community referrals, parent education, parent support group, and a home visiting program. For more information or if you need services: .763.591.0100. Services are accessed voluntarily by families through the Crisis Hotline.

Pillsbury Crisis Nursery - A program of Pillsbury United Communities
Serves all of Hennepin County, offering a 24-hour crisis hotline, crisis counseling, emergency day care, and limited 72-hour overnight home based care. For more information or if you need services: 612.302.3500. Services are accessed voluntarily by families through the Crisis Hotline.

Homeless Intervention Services
Are you a Minneapolis resident who needs help finding housing? Call the Minneapolis Urban League's In-take Line at (612) 827-9299. For more information about the services, contact the Minneapolis Urban League, Sharon Sayles Belton Community Services Center, 411 38th Avenue S., Minneapolis, (612) 827-5673.

City of St. Paul mortgage foreclosure prevention
Contact for free counseling to help you learn about the steps necessary to keep your home. 25 W Fourth St., 12th floor, St. Paul. (651) 266-6626.

NHS Refinance clinic
Call (612) 521-3581 for details, to register for the refinance information session or to schedule an individual appointment with a mortgage counselor.

Free Legal Services from Legal Aid Society
An attorney is available by appointment each Monday from 1:00–5:00 p.m. Call the Minneapolis Urban League at (612) 302-3100.

Free Drug Rehab Resource consultations
Call today 1-866-649-1594 or find out more at www.drugrehabresource.net. Don't wait.

Help someone in your community learn English
Enthusiastic individuals needed to make a lasting difference in the life of an adult learner. Help someone in your community learn English, prepare for the GED or increase their basic math, reading and computer skills. Ongoing training and support is provided through the Minnesota Literacy Council. For more volunteer information, go to www.theMLC.org or contact Allison Runchey at 651-645-2277 ext 219,  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Brooklyn Center Support Group for Families
The National Alliance on Mental Illness of Minnesota (NAMI-MN) sponsors free support groups for families who have a relative with a mental illness. Led by trained facilitators who also have a family member with mental illness, the support groups help families develop better coping skills and find strength through sharing their experiences. A family support group meets in Brooklyn Center at 7:00 p.m., on the first Tuesday of the month. For information, call Bob at (763) 533-1729.

Thinking About Welcoming an Exchange Student?
AFS-USA, a 501(c)3 nonprofit, has been leading international high school student exchange for more than 60 years. Anyone interested in learning more about hosting or volunteering with AFS should visit www.afs.org/usa/hostfamily or call 1-800-AFS-INFO.

NIP Seniors Program RAKE IT seeks volunteers Now–Nov
Improve your health while helping a senior citizen in Minneapolis remain independent in their home! You choose the date and time to rake. Exact location TBD in Minneapolis, depends upon where the senior citizen resides. Ongoing opportunities are also available. Please contact Jeanne the NIP Seniors Program, Volunteer

Impact the life of a child: Become a literacy tutor with RSVP
RSVP of the Greater Twin Cities is accepting applications from people 55 and over who are interested in tutoring youth, either in the classroom or in an after school program format. RSVP places people in volunteer tutoring positions with organizations in their own neighborhoods. You can make a difference in a child's life for as little as one hour a week. The RSVP program, sponsored locally by Volunteers of America of Minnesota, provides benefits and support to people 55 and over. For more information call Mary Jane Horton, RSVP Literacy Coordinator, at 952-945-4163 or  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Wanted: Community-minded book lovers
One in seven U.S. adults lack the literacy skills necessary to enjoy great books, help their children with homework, or understand medication labels. But you can change this by volunteering with the Minnesota Literacy Council. With only two or three hours a week, your love of reading can create a stronger community. Tutor an adult learner, assist in an adult classroom, or teach a basic English or GED class. We have locations throughout the Twin Cities area, flexible scheduling and training to help you get started. Contact Allison at  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it  or 651-645-2277, Ext 219 or visit us on the web at www.themlc.org

Senior Companions Make a Difference
Are you interested in visiting homebound or isolated elders in their homes and helping with transportation for appointments or errands? If so, the Senior Companion Program would like to match you with people in the community who need a little extra help to stay in their homes. Senior Companion volunteers earn a tax-free stipend, mileage reimbursement, training and liability insurance while serving. Volunteers must be 55 or older and serve 15 hours a week. For more information, contact Kate Neuhaus with the Senior Companion Program of Lutheran Social Service at 651-310-9447 or at  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it  Coordinator at  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it  or call 612.746.8549 for more info or visit www.neighborhoodinvolve.org

Foster Care Programs
Volunteers of America-Minnesota is looking for parents to provide care for youth in one of our two foster care programs. We have kids of all ages in need of a stable home with dedicated parents who appreciate the difficulties of childhood! Volunteers of America provides foster parents with friendly training, 24 hour support and a monthly stipend. Stop by an information meeting and learn more about making a difference in the life of a child! Meetings are held Fridays from 10:00-11:30 and the fourth Monday of every month from 6:00-7:30. Sessions are held at the VOA office: 7625 Metro Blvd, Mpls, MN 55439 Contact Heather Thornton at 952-945-4064 for more information, or to RSVP. Also, visit us online at www.voafostercare.org

Volunteer tutors are needed to teach Adult ESL & GED classes
One day per week at Sumner Library- 611 Van White Memorial Blvd. Morning Classes: 10am-Noon & Evening Classes: 6:30-8:30 Monday-Thursday. No previous experience necessary; full training provided. Must be able to commit to a 3 month period. For more information, please call 612-377-5399 or  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

Mentors Make a Difference
The Council on Crime and Justice is looking for volunteers of all ages and backgrounds to serve as mentors in two separate support groups. One group is for ex-offenders who have recently been released from prison, and the other is for their loved ones, who are helping the men transition from prison. All mentoring is done in a group setting at the Reentry Hub located on 1101 West Broadway Ave in MPLS. Groups are offered at various times and include both daytime and early evening hours. Expected commitment 3-6 hours per month. To sign up or for more info contact Zach Psick at  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it  612.353.3016.

Volunteer: Coach to Success Mentoring Program
Volunteer to become a mentor with AAAC's mentoring program. Make a positive impact on the life of a young student in the Osseo Area School District #279. For more information, contact the African American Action Council, 6001 78th Avenue North, Brooklyn Park, MN. 763-503-0159.

Adult Literacy Tutors
Help someone in your community learn English, prepare for the GED or increase their basic math, reading and computer skills. For opportunities throughout the Metro area or Greater Minnesota, contact Allison at the Minnesota Literacy Council  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it  or (651) 645-2277, Ext 219. Or  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Jacobs Ladder Inc. & P.A.L. tutoring program
Certified teachers needed to volunteer with the Jacobs Ladder Inc. & P.A.L tutoring program. Contact Diashka B. Jackson, (763) 458-3440.
Volunteers Needed: American Cancer Society Hope Lodge
Contact Mary Wiles at (651) 255-8183 or  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it  for information or to volunteer.

Volunteers Needed: American Cancer Society Hope Lodge
Contact Mary Wiles at (651) 255-8183 or This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it for information or to volunteer.

Guild Incorporated
Guild Incorporated is a health and human services organization that exists to help people with mental illness lead quality lives. The Volunteer Service Program at Guild Incorporated offers: flexible scheduling, expense reimbursement, training, ongoing support and recognition of your efforts. For more information about volunteering, contact the Volunteer Coordinator at (651) 925-8465 or heck out www.guildincorporated.org. A variety of volunteer positions are available.

Become a Minneapolis Urban League volunteer or mentor
To become a Minneapolis Urban League classroom volunteer or to mentor a student, contact the Marketing Department at (612) 302-3143.
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