Tim Marx visits Rochester Mayor’s Community Work Group on Homelessness

Homelessness is not unique to any one area of our state. More than 10,000 people in small towns, suburbs and big cities experience homelessness throughout Minnesota on any given night, according to the Wilder Foundation. But homelessness looks different in different parts of the state depending on what resources, services and support is available in… (Read More)

Standing with our Refugee Neighbors

Celebrate Refugee Contributions at Twin Cities World Refugee Day Celebration on Sunday. According to the United Nations, during every minute of every day, 20 people from around the world leave everything behind to escape war, persecution, or terror. These men, women, and children seek safety, often surviving the unimaginable. Some ultimately arrive here in Minnesota,… (Read More)

Tibetan Americans Offer Special Meal at Minneapolis Opportunity Center

Annual Tradition Brings Generosity to the Table. This past week, volunteers from Tibetan American Foundation of Minnesota returned to prepare and serve a special meal for guests at the Minneapolis Opportunity Center. This marked the eleventh year in a row that the group has offered the meal in honor of the birth of His Holiness… (Read More)

A partnership for the common good

When a Catholic comprehensive urban university teams up with a Catholic nonprofit focused on eliminating poverty and creating opportunity, the impact is big.  And, all for the common good. Driven by a shared pursuit of social justice and a commitment to the common good, Catholic Charities of St. Paul and Minneapolis and the University of… (Read More)

Minnesota is better when everyone counts

The Census: Why it Matters Every 10 years the U.S. Census completes a count of all persons who reside in the United States. The Census count begins April 1, 2020. Your participation in the Census provides important information that impacts funding, services and programs for your community and the state of Minnesota. The results of… (Read More)