Give to community organizations
Community Organizations to Support
Al Maa'uun is a nonprofit with deep roots in North Minneapolis, serving thousands of households each year with food and critical supplies.
The Black Immigrant Collective amplifies and makes visible the voices of Black immigrants in Minnesota.
Black Table Arts gathers Black communities through the arts, towards better black futures.
CANDO works to support and strengthen the Central neighborhood.
Circle of Discipline is currently coordinating support for the elderly in our communities
A local farm led by Black womxn that provides free food for the people.
Ghands Inc., works to transform our community through early intervention and outreach services.
There is an urgent shortage of food and household supplies in Frogtown.
Isuroon is a grassroots nonprofit organization working to promote the well-being and empowerment of Somali women in Minnesota and beyond.
All donations will go to the Metropolitan Economic Development Association (MEDA) to be distributed directly to minority businesses harmed by these recent distressing events.
The Minnesota Healing Justice Network provides supportive professional community and mutual aid network for wellness and healing justice practitioners who also identify as IBPOC (indigenous, black, or people of color).
New Creation Baptist Church hosts a food shelf that serves the greater metro area.
PPGJLI seeks to plant seeds of social change through education, training, and community outreach.
One of the largest food shelves in the area, Sabathani Community Center provides balanced nutrition for the entire family including a variety of meats, legumes, rice, pasta, cereal, canned goods and packaged foods, milk, fresh fruits and vegetables (in season), baby items, toiletries and even juice and dessert items.
Southside Village Boys & Girls Club started collecting food donations to support the Southside.
Storehouse Grocers offers free groceries Tuesday-Saturday, 1 p.m.-5 p.m. They also provide free meals on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.