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Continued: Nonprofits to Know

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Rebuilding Together

Rebuilding Together is a Twin Cities nonprofit that brings volunteers and communities together to improve the homes and lives of low-income homeowners. The organization provides critical home repairs for homeowners in need, particularly older adults, individuals living with disabilities, families with children and active and retired members of the armed services to ensure these homeowners live independently in safe and healthy homes.

Refuge Network

The Refuge Network provides help for domestic abuse and violence victims in the east central Minnesota counties of Chisago, Kanabec, and Isanti. The Refuge Network believes that no one deserves to be abused and therefore seeks to bring an end to domestic violence.

St. Paul Public Schools Foundation Tutoring Partnership Program

The St. Paul Public Schools Foundation Tutoring Partnership Program works with more than 6,500 children to increase their proficiency in math and reading. The Tutoring Partnership is a collaborative of more than 20 community and school-based tutoring programs.

TU Dance

TU Dance is a nonprofit dance organization that reveals the connective power of dance and celebrate diversity on stage. The Minnesota-based company draws on a broad range of dance traditions, from contemporary ballet to modern and traditional forms.

Ujamaa Place

Ujamaa Place assists young African-American men who are economically disadvantaged and have experienced repeated cycles of failure. This Saint Paul-based nonprofit offers these men success in their lives through education and skills training specifically aimed at turning their lives around to become productive members of their families and communities.

Walker West Music Academy

Walker West Music Academy provides musical training that is affordable and accessible to the Summit-University neighborhood of Saint Paul. This 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization is dedicated to instruction and performance reflective of African-American traditions, including jazz, blues and contemporary.

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