Custom for Your Company

•a month-long program in June

•supporting 3 local nonprofits

•a virtual charity fair 

•virtual volunteering

•a weekly webinar series 

•#hashtag social media campaign

•virtual fundraising activities

•a campaign website

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Ampersand Families provides permanency and adoption services to older youth and families who face barriers to equity in child welfare, and champions systemic changes that advance belonging, dignity and hope.

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"Gifts for Seniors provides donated gifts and life-affirming personal contact for isolated older adults in the Minneapolis/St. Paul metro area and surrounding communities through the engagement of thousands of volunteers, individual donors, companies, and community partners.
Gifts for Seniors serves more than 6,500 isolated seniors annually by providing much needed resources. Please join us in bringing joy and human connection to those feeling alone and forgotten!"

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Second Stork helps new parents in need by providing immediate access to the essential care items required to keep their newborn safe and healthy. Partnering with over 100 hospitals, Second Stork gives babies a safe and healthy start by supplying diapers, wet wipes, newborn clothing, receiving blankets, and playards with bassinet attachments.

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Each year Tubman helps about 20,000 people who have experienced relationship violence, exploitation, homelessness, addiction, mental health challenges and other forms of trauma. In addition to being Minnesota’s largest provider of domestic violence shelter beds, we also offer transitional housing, legal services, mental and chemical health counseling and treatment, youth outreach, in-school violence prevention education, community education and more.

The Child Welfare System of the Future - Supporting Child and Family Wellbeing

August 4th

12:00pm

Central Time

$15.00

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Participants will have an opportunity to gain a basic understanding of how the child welfare system currently works, and about innovations and practices that are helping keep children and youth connected to relatives, kin, community and culture even as their parents struggle. The child welfare system is fraught with racial disparities, and all over the country efforts are underway to transform it into a system that focuses on family and child wellbeing. This is a good session for folks who are curious about how the system works.  All registered attendees will have access to the recorded version for 2 weeks.

Families in Crisis: Safe Sleep and Other Basic Needs for Newborns

August 11th

12:00pm

Central Time

$15.00

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When family is in crisis at the same time they deliver a newborn, life can feel pretty stressful. What happens when they have no funds, but also no support of family, a community or others to give them the essential items needed to keep their baby safe and healthy? What are those items? And what is “safe sleep” for any newborn, even when aa family is financially sound? And why is it so critical to give these families information and safe sleep options?  All registered attendees will have access to the recorded version for 2 weeks.