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You make service & resiliency possible in Minnesota

Like the rest of the world, ServeMinnesota has totally transformed how we work this year. Thanks to people you believe in the power of service, people like you, we were able to meet the challenge.  Donations allowed us to be the difference for Minnesota this year. A $25 donation unlocks $50 in matching AmeriCorps investment. Give today to power service that works.

  • Your support deployed AmeriCorps members across 37 communities to meet basic needs in the pandemic. Emergency Response members dedicated over 70,000 hours to provide critical support to food shelves, housing support organizations, and in childcare and education settings:

  • Supporters like you allowed us to shift our Reading Corps and Math Corps training and tutoring on-line, to ensure kids continued to receive vital tutoring support during a difficult semester. 

  •  Donations fueled the creation and roll out of Scholar Squad,  an innovative way to offer our tutoring services so all families can access them from home -- the same way more affluent families access private tutoring. Click here to learn more.

We believe in the power of community service—both the real outcomes of our programs and the generous spirit of lending a hand. Emergency Response members like Emma Flynn in Bloomington helped individuals experiencing housing insecurity get the support they needed in a time of crisis in their lives.  

Emma explained, “It was about meeting the needs of people at any given time—helping someone get to a bus stop or setting up a cell phone or applying for government benefits. But sometimes just asking, ‘how are you doing?’ was the most impactful thing. One gentleman teared up when our service was almost over. He said that no one had ever cared for him, or about him, the way AmeriCorps members had. It’s powerful. The little things mean a lot.”

In Red Wing, one teacher reported that “I have heard so many times how [teachers] don't know how they would have made it this far without Reading Corps tutors. We are all so appreciative that Reading Corps has allowed flexibility to get started.” 

By coming together through service, we are resilient. But these pivots and adaptations are only possible through financial support from individuals like you. Individual donations fuel our ability to innovate, adapt, and be resilient—like pivoting Reading Corps and Math Corps to online learning, and quickly deploying Emergency Response members like Emma. 

Support from federal and state funding is important to sustaining our work, but is only part of the equation. That’s where you come in. Every dollar from supporters like you unlocks federal funds to amplify the impact on our communities, sustain and grow our proven programs.

2020 has been a difficult year, but we are hopeful and inspired because we can see the best of humanity through service. We so appreciate your support and dedication to service. Your gifts make it possible for members like Emma to serve. Please consider making a gift to ServeMinnesota today.

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120 South Sixth Street Suite 2260
Minneapolis, MN 55402



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