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After losing both parents by age 25, Mike Marcotte was diagnosed with epilepsy. Although unsure when a seizure could happen, he doesn't stop.
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.
Restaurants, grocery stores and catering companies are adapting to a new type of Thanksgiving in 2020 by serving meals for 1 to 4 people.
Minneapolis-based Open Arms of Minnesota will prepare and deliver Thanksgiving meals free of charge. It's expected to cost the nonprofit $100,000.
Open Arms of Minnesota prepares and delivers medically tailored meals to those living with cancer, HIV/AIDS, ALS, MS, and other life-threatening illnesses.
Support nonprofits that were there when Minneapolis and Saint Paul residents could not access grocery stores after 2020 riots. Their work is still not done.