Nonprofits to Know™
Nonprofits to Know™ is a video series that highlights Minnesota nonprofits doing important work in our communities.
Featured organizations in the Nonprofits to Know video series are selected from those nonprofits that receive grants from The Saint Paul Foundation, F. R. Bigelow Foundation or Mardag Foundation, all of which are affiliates of Minnesota Philanthropy Partners.
The Sanneh Foundation empowers youth by supporting and promoting educational attainment through in-school and after-school support, improving lives by providing programs that strengthen physical health and social and emotional development and uniting communities by advancing diversity, equity, and community well-being.
The Saint Paul Promise Neighborhood (SPPN) is a transformative education initiative that brings together families, schools, public agencies, and the community to change the odds for a generation of children.
St. Paul Youth Services serves 1,200 children ages 5 to 18 each year through behavior intervention, family support, crisis counseling, and restorative justice services. The majority of children served are youth of color from low-income families.
AMAZE is a nonprofit organization that works to create safe and respectful communities for all children.
The Saint Paul & Ramsey County Domestic Abuse Intervention Project exists to eliminate domestic violence against women and their children, and the social and systems responses that condone or allow its oppression.
Each year, the Minnesota Assistance Council for Veterans receives more than 25,000 contacts, inquiries, and requests from veterans and their families across the state.
The Latino Economic Development Center (LEDC) works to build a thriving multicultural community, enriched with Latino leadership, culture and economic influence in Minnesota.
Penumbra Theatre creates professional productions that are artistically excellent, thought provoking, relevant, and illuminate the human condition through the prism of the African American experience.
The Asian Economic Development Association (AEDA) increases economic opportunities for low-income Asian-Americans by supporting small business and entrepreneur development.
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