Community Partners With Youth

A nonprofit organization

63 Donors

25% complete

$30,000 Goal

Providing hope for the 

future to at-risk youth


To provide a safe, nurturing environment where youth can strengthen their personalities and develop educational and social skills.


Each year, CPY provides out-of-school programs for over 500 youth in grades K-8.  We focus on at-risk youth, providing a positive, safe alternative during regularly unsupervised hours--after school and during the summer months.  For the past 24 years, CPY has been enriching lives of youth and keeping them out of the juvenile justice system.  Not only do we provide mentoring opportunities, help with homework, and a variety of enrichment activities, we also ensure the youth are receiving healthy nutrition by providing over 24,000 meals and snacks per year!

During the school year, our program serves approximately 120 youth per day and provides activities such as:

  • Homework help and tutoring
  • Mentorship with positive adult role-model
  • Hands-on learning
  • Reading Friends Program
  • Cooking classes
  • Girls on the Run
  • Recreational Activities
  • Life-skill building
  • Service Projects
  • Field trips

During the summer months, we provide programming to 200+ youth and fill their summer with thrilling adventures and allow them to enjoy their youthfulness with activities such as:

  • Weekly trips to the beach
  • Arts & Crafts
  • Team building
  • Field trips around the Twin Cities
  • Breakfast, lunch & snacks everyday
  • Engaging service projects
  • Cooking Classes
  • Specialized classes like, photography, woodworking, music

Thank you for your support of Community Partners with Youth!

Please note that Give to the Max charges CPY a 6.9% processing fee.  This fee can be avoided by donating directly to CPY via our website:

Organization Data


Organization name

Community Partners With Youth

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Education Children & Family

BIPOC community

BIPOC serving


1900 7TH ST NW



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