2.5 Million of food relief this year!
It’s hard to believe we are still trying to recover from all the events of 2020. There remains in Minneapolis a void of mental health resources and tangible help for the homeless, urban poor, and immigrants. Source MN is committed to reaching the urban needy by providing recovery resources to those in south Minneapolis.
Crime and violence in Minneapolis remain high while homelessness, drug use, and victimization of the vulnerable continue. Stabilizing families through providing basic needs remains the center of our calling. Homeless youth, trafficking victims, impoverished immigrants, addicts and the marginalized have all been part of Source’s outreach focus. Source serves individuals throughout the Twin Cities Metro and hosts National Homeless Youth Outreaches. The Fallout Urban Art Center is the hub of outreach as our community/resource center.
Our Food Shelf serves 400-500 families each week. About one third come on foot. We offer a community meal each week to anyone who wants to attend. Often homeless individuals arrive to get a warm meal, additionally we have regular women’s only drop-in hours in an effort to give respite to vulnerable urban poor women.
Our network of supporters and volunteers have served thousands in the past year. Individuals, businesses, and congregations have allowed Source to continue to make an impact in Minneapolis since 1987.
The coming year’s strategic plan is to continue with:
Weekly Food Distributions
Women’s Drop-In Hours
Teen Mentorship Programs
Latino Family Outreach
We consider it a privilege to serve the urban poor in Minneapolis. Your support helps us continue this vital work.
Join us in helping Minneapolis to continue to recover and become a healthy city for all.
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