Impact Stories

YouthLink and Project for Pride Team Up for Supportive Housing

posted on Thu, May 25 2017 2:33 pm by Jarrod Feld, YouthLink

For young people who are experiencing homelessness, the single most significant barrier in the Twin Cities is the lack of affordable housing options.

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I'm happy and safe, and for that I thank you.

posted on Thu, May 25 2017 2:26 pm by Deb Taylor, Senior Community Services

. . . she turned worry into gratitude, hope and success . . .

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A New Chance for Life

posted on Thu, May 25 2017 2:17 pm by Kristen Nelson, The Dwelling Place

Tara’s daughter Kate is attending college this fall and her son, Brandt, now doing well at school, has learned to smile again.

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It’s the subtle kindness of our neighbors that I will never forget...

posted on Sun, May 24 2015 7:32 am by Linda Carey Halverson

"I grew up poor and hungry, oftentimes my only meal of the day was a school lunch..."

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I am a reader!

posted on Wed, May 20 2015 6:34 am by Linda Carey Halverson

“Miss Mary, you know I can’t read. It’s too hard for me.”

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Washburn Creates Space for Young Minds to Heal and Grow

posted on Fri, Nov 21 2014 5:41 am by Linda Carey Halverson

RMSFF funding helped Washburn open a state-of-the-art children's mental health clinic in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

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By Halloween, Open Arms had prepared and delivered 388,127 meals for their neediest clients.

posted on Fri, Nov 7 2014 10:26 am by Linda Carey Halverson

Envision making 388,127 meals in the course of year and the time and energy that would take.  Then, read on to see how Open Arms, one of the RMSFF grantees, does it.

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