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Welcome to Neighborhood House

Regardless of where a participant is in their life’s journey, Neighborhood House provides the tools needed to move from “survive to thrive,” working to help break the cycle of poverty by helping families meet Basic Needs, and offering Life Long Learning.

Program services include two of the most multicultural food shelves in the area, distributing over 2,500 pounds of food daily to nearly 12,000 families each year. The food shelves are closely connected to the Family Centers, which provide housing support and other basic needs to help families find stability. Additionally, we offer many programs for youth, adult and family education and eadership skills. Our programs provide the skills needed to pursue higher education goals, gain employment, and become self-sufficient, thriving members of our community.

Our participants are immigrants, refugees and long-term residents facing challenging situations. Of the approximately 15,000 people we serve each year, more than 90% live at or below the poverty level, over 90% are minority, and roughly 75% speak a native language other than English at home.

Many participants return to the organization as volunteers, donors or staff, paying the mission forward.

You can work toward breaking the cycle of poverty as a participant, volunteer or donor. When you partner with Neighborhood House, you make a valuable difference in our community. We invite you to become part of our neighborhood tradition and local history.

             

 

Minnesota Twins
Roberto Clement Legacy Award
Presentation
Watch as Nancy Brady Accepts
the award and Joe York throws
the first pitch!


What do the
local food shelves need?

Watch
"Fresh Food Please"
and find out.

WCCO's Angela Davis

airs a compelling story about
Neighborhood House!
View Here!


Disavowing the Doctrine of Discovery:

Acknowledgement, Dialogue and Opportunities for Action

A two-part series will be held at
Cherokee Park United Church
371 Baker Street (St. Paul's West Side)

On the impact of the historic 
Doctrine of Discovery yesterday and today.

Monday, Oct. 13, 7-9:15
film and discussion

Tuesday, Oct. 28, 7-9:15pm
panel and discussion

Please contact Pastor Tim Johnson for information
at cpuc@usfamily.net or 651-227-4275


Learn more
about Planned Giving







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