MicroGrants’ Partner Agencies are the key to our success. They find us the best possible grant recipients, ensure the grantees have the support they need to be successful in the use of their grant, and ensure that we have follow-up data about the grantees.
These agencies have policies, practices, and mentorship programs that are in harmony with the values, goals, and management capabilities of MicroGrants.
African Development Center (ADC) works within the African communities of Minnesota to start and sustain successful businesses, build assets and promote community reinvestment.
1518 East Lake Street, #206B, Minneapolis, MN 55407
(612) 735-2604 – firstname.lastname@example.org
American Indian Community Development Corporation
The American Indian Community Development Corporation’s mission is to provide culturally unique initiatives, housing and entrepreneurial programs that will strengthen American Indian communities.
Michael Goze, CEO AICDC
1508 East Franklin Avenue, Minneapolis, MN 55404
(612) 843-2113 – email@example.com
In 1993, the Minneapolis Jaycees Charitable Foundation (MJCF) established a taskforce of representatives from Hennepin County Probation, Operation De Novo (Hennepin County’s diversion program), the Minneapolis Police Department, public school authorities, and other citizens from the community to conduct a needs assessment of high-risk youth in the Minneapolis. The task force agreed unanimously that a void in one-on-one mentoring opportunities existed and recommended the formation of a youth mentoring program utilizing structured activities and athletics to motivate at-risk youth.
Bolder Options became an independent 501(c) 3 in June of 1998. In 2003, the program was expanded to a year-long, comprehensive program including case management and social work services for the entire family.
1111 West 22nd Street, Minneapolis, MN 55405
(612) 377-8800 or (612) 230-6659
Daily Work strengthens families, congregations, and communities by assisting job seekers in preparing for, finding, and maintaining living wage jobs.
Julie Hoff, ED
105 University Avenue West, Saint Paul, MN 55103
(651) 204-3043 x2 – firstname.lastname@example.org
Emerge Community Development serves individuals and families by helping connect people who need jobs and housing with the services they need to be successful.
The mission of Goodwill Easter Seals of Minnesota is to assist people with barriers to education, employment and independence in achieving their goals.
Since 1909, The Church of the Incarnation has been a great presence in the Catholic community. Mass services are held on a daily basis, though vary in language—English, Spanish and sometimes bilingual.
Jeremiah Program, assists single mothers and children to break the cycle of poverty by providing a campus community where they can prosper through programming that actively supports women in completing postsecondary education by providing safe affordable housing, life skills education, empowerment training, and early childhood education.
1510 Laurel Avenue, Suite 100 – Minneapolis, MN 55403
(612) 692-8711 –email@example.com
Metropolitan Consortium of Community Developers (MCCD) is an association of community development organizations committed to expanding the wealth and resources of neighborhoods through housing and economic development initiatives.
3137 Chicago Avenue – Minneapolis, MN 55407
(612) 789-7337 x815 – firstname.lastname@example.org
Through accomplished and experienced professionals, MEDA offers one-on-one business consulting, training, leadership development, government contracting assistance, access to financing, networking with peers, minority certifications assistance, strategic planning, and more.
50 South 2nd Avenue, Minneapolis, MN 55401
(612) 259-6566 – email@example.com
Midtown Global Market develops and maintains a public market that builds upon the economic, social and cultural assets within the surrounding community and welcomes the diverse peoples of this community to share and celebrate together the healthy foods, arts, crafts and other aspects of their heritages.
920 East Lake Street, Minneapolis, MN 55406
(612) 876-4449 – Eletang@ndc-mn.org
110 South Fourth Street, L890, Minneapolis, MN 55401-2280
(612) 348-4936 – firstname.lastname@example.org
Neighborhood Development Center (NDC) works in the low-income communities of St. Paul, Minneapolis, surrounding suburbs, and Greater Minnesota to help emerging entrepreneurs develop successful businesses that serve their community, and to help community groups build a stronger neighborhood economy.
663 University Avenue, Suite 200 – Saint Paul, MN 55104
(651) 379-8427 – email@example.com
Partnership Academy’s mission is to empower our teachers, students, families and the broader community, as partners, in creating an exceptional school.
305 East 77th Street, #8, Richfield, MN 5540.
(612) 866-3630 – firstname.lastname@example.org
PRISM (People Responding in Social Ministry) is a community-funded social service agency that provides families in need with food, financial assistance, transportation and other services in times of financial hardships.
Project for Pride in Living (PPL) works with lower-income individuals and families throughout the Twin Cities metro area helping them to achieve greater self-sufficiency through housing, employment training, education and support services.
May Xiong or Ric Johns
1035 East Franklin Avenue, Minneapolis, MN 55404 or
1925 Chicago Avenue, Minneapolis, MN 55404
(612) 455-5100 or (612) 455-5309 or (612) 455-5311
May.Xiong@ppl-inc.org or Ric.Johns@ppl-inc.org
160 East Kellogg Blvd., St. Paul, MN 55101
Our mission is to empower people to achieve greater personal, social and economic success. We are committed to undoing racism and promoting diversity.
1900 Chicago Avenue S, Minneapolis, MN 55404
WAND PR Division of Resourse
Women Achieving New Directions Services
Employment Action Center, 2143 Lowry Avenue N, Minneapolis, MN 55411
(612) 752-8554 – Proberts@Resource-MN.org
Mission – to redirect youth who are starting to get into trouble at home, at school or with the law.
Booth Brown House is the home of The Foyer Program, a transitional living program for 16-25 year-olds.
1471 Como Avenue, West St. Paul, MN 55108
(651) 251-3502 – Eric_Napier@usc.salvationarmy.org
Salvation Army Adult Rehabilitation Center
900 North 4th Street Minneapolis MN 55401
(612) 328.1265 – Michel_Wong@usc.salvationarmy.org
Summit Academy OIC (SAOIC) is an educational and vocational training center that empowers adults and prepares youth residing in the most economically depressed neighborhoods in the Twin Cities to become educated, employed, contributing members of their community.
Felicia Clomon or Thomas Scott or DeAndre Scott or Cearah Hamilton
935 Olson Memorial Highway – Minneapolis, MN 55405
(612) 278-7346 or (612) 278-6581 or (612) 278-5252
FClomon@saoic.org, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org or CHamilton@saoic.org
Sister Joan is a member of the Franciscan Sisters of Little Falls who helps individuals in need.
St. Olaf Cathedral, 215 South 8th Street, Minneapolis, MN 55402
(612) 644-5453 or (612) 644-5443 – email@example.com
Job training and assistance for persons who have been incarcerated.
To advance the quality care and education of children in their crucial early years.
10 Yorkton Court, Little Canada, MN 55117
(651) 641- 3545
Twin Cities RISE! provides employers with skilled workers – primarily men from communities of color in the Twin Cities area – by training under- and unemployed adults for skilled jobs that pay a living wage.
Dwaine R. Simms
1301 Bryant Avenue N, Minneapolis, MN 55411
(612) 279-5808 – firstname.lastname@example.org
A purpose means more than earning a living!
2100 Plymouth Avenue N – Minneapolis, MN 55411
(612) 436-5411 – email@example.com
The Amherst H. Wilder Foundation promotes the social welfare of persons resident or located in the greater Saint Paul metropolitan area by all appropriate means.
Shari K. Sibbald
451 Lexington Parkway North – Saint Paul, Minnesota 55104
(651) 280-2000 – firstname.lastname@example.org
WomenVenture is dedicated to helping women gain economic prosperity and are national leaders in guiding, training and networking women to achieve their true potential.
MicroGrants Chapter Cities
St. Cloud, Minnesota
African Development Center
St. Pius V Parish, Chicago, IL
St. Pius V Parish has served working-class immigrants in Chicago’s Pilsen neighborhood for 131 years. When Hispanic immigrants began settling this area in the 1960’s, St. Pius V was the first parish to welcome them and quickly become a home for Latino families. St. Pius V continues as a safe haven for Latino immigrants as well as the established Hispanic community.
Fr. Charles W. Dahm, OP
1919 South Ashland Avenue, Chicago, IL 60608
Naples Area, Florida
Charles & Arlene Garrity
1540 Ixora Drive, Naples, FL 34102
Goodwill – SW Florida Microenterprise Program
Provides aspiring small business owners the skills to succeed as microentrepreneurs and become more independent.
Habitat for Humanity
Seeking to put God’s love into action, Habitat for Humanity brings people together to build homes, communities and hope.
Emelina Hartnack or Doug Peterson
11145 Tamiami Trail, East Naples, FL 34111
(239) 775-0036 or (239) 289-9593
email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
St. Matthew’s House
The vision of St. Matthew’s House becomes clear: to help people who had fallen through the cracks of life to take back control of their lives and to begin living meaningfully and constructively, and to simultaneously feed the homeless and hungry.
Mickey Lacroix, Fawn Volkert, Kerri Sparks
2001 Airport Road, Naples, FL 34112
email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Jessica Wasko, ED or Joannie Nellis or Nancy Farren, Founder
P.O. Box 128, Naples, FL 34106
Lorenzo Walker Technical College
Provide career education for all students to acquire skills for life.
Shelter for Abused Women & Children
Leading the community to prevent, protect, and prevail over domestic violence through advocacy, empowerment, and social change.