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Nov 30th

Call 311 to volunteer for North Minneapolis tornado cleanup

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People interested in volunteering to help cleanup debris in North Minneapolis can call the city’s 311 hotline. Volunteers must be at least 18 years old. Operators will take down caller information and then get back to them about scheduling a day and time to help. The biggest need is for groups to volunteer together.

On Thursday, May 26 volunteers will continue to be checked-in at 1823 Emerson Avenue North. Staffers from a number of nonprofits, including Twin Cities Habitat for Humanity, will be training and facilitating these volunteers. A tentative plan to move the headquarters to the Dunwoody Institute was rejected because of logistical issues.

The city of Minneapolis is regularly updating its website and Facebook page with information about volunteering. 

Twin Cities Habitat for Humanity is recruiting volunteers to help with the rebuilding process once the initial cleanup phase is over. To learn how to be a part of that work visit our website or email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .


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