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Historical society, architects plan tours of iconic structures.
One of the original faculty members of Metro State, Webb was a pioneer in her own right.
The bride and groom have been separated for the week leading up to the wedding. They will come together minutes before the ceremony so the…
The nonprofit is giving away 6,250 teen memberships valid from June 4 to Aug. 31.
As funding continues to decline, thousands have nowhere to go.
Habitat for Humanity finds success in helping families buy homes.
Her tenure included helping 681 families buy homes, opening two Habitat Restores, and repairing and painting nearly 1,500 homes through its national trailblazing Brush With Kindness program.
Minnesota opponents of abortion celebrated the move, while Planned Parenthood warned of upheaval for patients.
The Friday event includes pit stops and downtown celebrations for cyclists.
The Kids In Need Foundation provides school supplies and a sense of normalcy for kids.
Sarah Caruso has been president and CEO for nine years, leading the agency to record revenues in 2014. But fundraising has fallen sharply in recent years.
Even as people have returned to work after the recession, food shelf use by adults has risen 11 percent since 2012.
Kent Whitworth has helped the Kentucky Historical Society broaden the stories it tells.
The charity will instead focus on fighting homelessness and helping at-risk kids.
Fresh food is helping teach fresh habits about nutrition.
The Women's Foundation says this funding can help move ideas into action.
Nonprofits are refashioning their black-tie fundraising galas as more informal evenings with themes that tie guests to their broader missions.
Group offers free tax prep as a path to savings, security.
Nonprofit stretches to help more kids, offering guidance even into adult years.
The Minneapolis Foundation raised a record $100 million in charitable gifts last year as Minnesotans increasingly used the foundation's donor-advised funds to give to good causes. Over the years, those donations have gone to educational institutions, environmental conservation, arts and community health.
Merrick Community Services has unveiled a new logo and website touting its nonprofit community roots — caring for St. Paul’s East Side since 1908…
Giving back was a guiding principle of Mark Scheidhauer's life.Scheidhauer, a banker at Wells Fargo, used his business acumen to lead the Wayzata Area Crime…
CEO Sarah Caruso said the decline comes as no surprise as the way people choose to give is changing dramatically. "This is the new reality," she said.
Twin Cities-based Second Harvest Heartland food bank is a national leader in the movement.
The new display at the St. Paul museum aims to help teach Minnesotans about their Somali neighbors.
The idea: Safe, affordable homes are essential to improving student performance, which leads to better-paying jobs, happier families and more vibrant neighborhoods.
OutFront Minnesota turns its attention to transgender rights, safety after marriage equality win.
Mayor Jacob Frey led the cheers for the new facility, named for the late retail magnate and Y benefactor Douglas Dayton.
Legislative Auditor James Nobles said the preservation office influences development and should be controlled by the state government, not the independent Minnesota Historical Society.
It is turning away from traveling blockbusters like "Body Worlds," and shows on Pompei and King Tut.
The group is part of efforts to tell a fuller, if sometimes painful, story about Minnesota's past.
The Minnesota chapter of Engineers Without Borders is helping a mountain village in Honduras build a new water treatment and distribution system.
The former civil rights leader said he wants the venerable north Minneapolis nonprofit to find new community partners, shore up existing programs and expand.
The mood in the stadium was enthusiastic at kickoff, and the crowd continued to roar as the game got underway. Eagles fans seemed to outnumber Patriots fans — or at least have a louder fan base, chanting in the concourses, waving handkerchiefs and offering hugs and high-fives to surrounding fans.
Party proceeds go to a dozen Minnesota charities and a national fund designed to promote philanthropy.
Women are the fastest growing segment of the NFL's fan base with 86 million tuning in last season.
The Robina Foundation, started in 2004 by former Honeywell executive James H. Binger, could be out of business by decade's end on explicit orders from the late Binger himself.
Nonprofit restaurant will help ex-offenders rise above the stigma.
Unique YMCA on Nicollet Mall, opening Friday, to hone body, mind and spirit.
Since 1988, Books for Africa has sent 40 million books across the Atlantic, stocked nearly 100 African law libraries and shipped electronic tablets loaded with nearly two million title
Pilgrim Lutheran Church offers night services in Celtic, Nordic and compline traditions.
Annual Big Game Big Give event attracts some of the world's biggest celebrities.
"Transfer of Memory," portraits of survivors who came to Minnesota, to be shown through Super Bowl.
It consists of contests, challenges, charity drives, pep fests, posters and more throughout the year.
George Family Foundation is a partner behind the first-of-its-kind center focusing on self-care.
Amanda Geissler among 12 people who died on small plane in Costa Rica.
Winter sports enthusiasts at Wirth were getting an early taste of what's to come. Trails are open and cross-country ski and snowshoe rentals are available seven days a week.
With flu season upon us, infections easily transmitted in health care settings.
Simmie Hinton was a master of the art of casual conversation.Hinton chatted up thousands of folks during his 28 years as a Metro Transit bus…
Authorities say cooking and candles often are to blame for more fires near the holidays.
The groups worry that as fewer taxpayers itemize, donations will plummet.
Elk River Christian congregation is eager to help folks tackle deep, sometimes thorny questions and experience church in a different way.
YMCA going beyond gyms to offer social services.
Amazon's elves dropped off $15,000 in gifts and supplies at a Minneapolis homeless shelter.
The donor wished to remain anonymous, the Salvation Army said.
The organizing committee revealed the logo Friday as part of its official launch.
On Friday, planners will unveil event logo more than a year ahead of March Madness.
Some worry that donors will be too tapped out just when groups get the bulk of their gifts at the end of the year.
One analysis has state as third most charitable while another has us 41st.
Elliott raised attendance, pushed for more inclusive view of state's history.
CaringBridge's new campaign explores how storytelling and medicine can work together.
Coats were unnecessary attire as late November warmth enveloped the region.
Volunteers and staffers are fanning out into suburban Twin Cities neighborhoods and sharing their own stories of feeling "other."
Younger donors prefer to target giving to causes.
Union Gospel Mission provides holiday meals for those in need.
This year there's a concerted effort to attract teens and young adults for help.
Unlike in past years, the day went seamlessly en route to topping the $20.1 million mark.
GHR Foundation's gift is the largest ever given to a Minnesota college or university for scholarships.
Gerald and Henrietta Rauenhorst worked their way out of hard times with the goal of making a difference. Their legacy is GHR Foundation, one of Minnesota's largest philanthropic organizations.
Campaign launches ninth year with hopes that technical gremlins are in the past.
So far, 16 community groups have benefited.
State's nonprofit sector fears the worst from proposed GOP overhaul.
Brianna Miller says she resigned against her will after only four months.
StepUP has been giving students a second chance for 20 years and counting.
Gillette Children's hospital celebrates 120th, still a rarity in the treatment of children with disabilities
Nonprofit is still only one of a handful offering long-term care for rare disorders and injuries.
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