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Imagine a place that not only provides affordable food, it also serves as a safe space for the community to gather, receive wellness services and obtain health care assistance. Read More
Maple Grove apparel company, Hands & Feet, is working to end childhood hunger
One in six children in Minnesota is hungry. Nationally, the number totals 13 million. Childhood hunger is a dilemma of such gravitas that sometimes it can feel like we can’t make a difference. But Studio/E member Eric Elwer has hopes as big as the dilemma itself. Read More
After 32 years of working with some of the biggest names in sports and entertainment, Lou Raiola, founder and president of Force Multiply, is ready to share what his company does. For the past three decades, he’s been working behind the scenes to bring together celebrities and nonprofits. Read More


Summer is a tough time for an estimated 300,000 Minnesota kids who rely on their school’s subsidized meal program. As a response, IN Food Marketing & Design, a Minnesota-based advertising agency launched what they call the L.U.N.C.H. (Let’s Unite to Nix Childhood Hunger) campaign. Read More
Prepare+ Prosper helps underserved individuals save
Twin Cities-based nonprofit Prepare + Prosper has joined forces with Sunrise Banks to launch the pilot phase of its three-part FAIR (Financial Access in Reach) Financial Solution. Read More
A new economic strategy at the community level. Read More
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Founded 75 years ago by Don Rosen, Pilgrim Dry Cleaners has a long history of giving back to the community and incorporating corporate social responsibility into their business plan.  Read More
Beginning in March 2018, business executives looking to entertain local and out-of-town guests in a relaxed professional atmosphere will have a new option in downtown Minneapolis. Read More
The 2017 Community Impact Awards honored businesses, social enterprise organizations, nonprofits, initiatives and individuals making a significant impact on communities in Minnesota. Read More