Check out this roundup of nonprofits who are collecting your goods for a greater good.
Rainbow Health trains senior care providers and provides additional services to the LGBTQ community, including free PrEP prescriptions.
Annex Teen Clinic, located in Robbinsdale, provides sexual healthcare to people 25 and younger.
The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) Minnesota saw a significant increase in those seeking help after COVID-19 started.
The tiniest of philanthropic crusaders can donate their time with these Minnesota based nonprofits.
These companies and nonprofits strengthen our communities, and their products make great gifts.
Each year, MN ADOPT connects more than 5,000 families considering adoption and foster care to organizations that are able to assist them in their journey.
Minneapolis-based Open Arms of Minnesota will prepare and deliver Thanksgiving meals free of charge. It's expected to cost the nonprofit $100,000.
Nate's Community Garage helps fix cars of Veterans and low-income residents in Dakota, Rice and Goodhue Counties.