Give to relief efforts committed to rebuilding our communities
Relief Funds to Support
Ayeeyo Childcare Center and City Market were both affected by the COVID-19 pandemic and then further impacted by unrest.
Located near University and Dale, Consciously Beautiful was impacted by both COVID-19 and looting.
Du Nord Craft Spirits, a Black-owned distillery, was damaged by riots. After receiving an incredible amount of support and with an incoming insurance claim, Du Nord is establishing a recovery fund to support black and brown companies affected by the riots.
Donations go directly to help repair the damage and to help rebuild our small businesses along Lake Street.
Donations to the Neighbors United Funding Collaborative will help rebuild Midway and Union Park small businesses and nonprofits.
The community-focused and Black-owned Boost Mobile location on 44th and Penn Avenue was damaged during riots.
This community hub and barbershop was recently destroyed.
The Somali Museum of Minnesota, North America's first and only museum devoted to Somali culture, had damage to its building, a number of artifacts lost, and had items in their gift shop damaged.
Help provide supplies to the predominantly Black and Native American/Indigenous community in North Minneapolis.
The Tawfiq Islamic Center North branch is seeking to rebuild after being burned in early May.
The West Broadway Business and Area Coalition, in partnership with Northside Funders Group, is accepting donations to support businesses on Minneapolis’s Northside that have been impacted by COVID-19 and the recent uprising.