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ACER (African Career, Education, and Resource, Inc.) — Issue-based community organization working to uplift and amplify the African Diaspora to build power for systemic change that advances racial and economic equity in communities.
Avivo Community Support Program — 612-752-8000 — Three focus areas: FoodWorks, NatureWorks, and ArtWorks. Each program offers unique activities, online via Zoom, as well as in-person outdoor drop-in opportunities for community-building and connecting to resources.
CLUES — English classes, adult education, job trainings, homebuyers workshops, financial capability workshops, all free!
Do Not Call 911 Zine — A printable compilation of non-police numbers (most specific to Minneapolis/St. Paul) to call in case of emergency, crisis, or when looking for local resources.
Don’t Call The Police — An online directory of local resources available as alternatives to calling the police or 911.
MaskMVMT Mask Delivery — MaskMVMT is a volunteer organization that collects and distributes free cloth masks to the community on request.
Minnesota Tool Library – Lending library of over 5,000 tools. Check out everything you need for your Home-Improvement, DIY, Lawn & Garden, and Pinterest Projects! Tools are checked out for a 7-day period and returned to the same location.
MPD150 — Organization working toward a Police-free Minneapolis. A hub for mutual aid resouces.
PCs for People — Individuals and families that meet eligibility requirements can receive a computer, computer repair, internet service, and learning resources.
Pods and Pod Mapping Worksheet — We see building our pods as a concrete way to prepare and build resources for transformative justice in our communities.
Q Link Wireless — Q Link Wireless is a leading provider of Lifeline, a free government benefit program that offers FREE cell phone service to eligible Americans. A lot of folks that qualify for government assistance are eligible for this.
Rebuilding Together — Non-profit that provides home repairs at no cost to low-income folks in the metro area who are seniors, disabled, veterans, and/or families with children under the age of 18. Mechanical repairs, electrical, plumbing, roofs, ramps, grab bars, etc. Call 651-776-4273 to request an application.
SWOP – Sex Workers Outreach Project — SWOP-Minneapolis is a small, peer-based, volunteer-run sex worker support collective focused on harm reduction, outreach, and building community for sex workers in Minneapolis-St. Paul, MN.
Transformative Black Led Movement Fund (TBMF) — This fund will support Black communities, including organizations and individuals.
We Keep Each Other Safe — This guide to getting the best care possible during COVID-19 also acknowledges the uneven and unsafe structures that we must navigate every day when seeking healthcare. This guide is designed by and for our communities to help us keep each other safe during the pandemic.