The Phillips Guide to Give to the Max 2011

There are 100’s of organizations serving the greater Phillips Community.  Most are or were doing great work for our neighborhoods.   For this year’s Give to the Max Day I compiled a list of Phillips nonprofits, similar to last year’s list.

The criteria:

1) Based in or clearly serve the Phillips neighborhoods,

2) Have a completed GiveMN.org profile (it is really simple to do so). 

Any exemptions were unintended.

Below is your 2012 list of organizations that you should consider donating to for Give to the Max Day.  Really any day is a good day to support them, but today is special. Each donation has the potential to win the recieving organization an extra $1,000 or even $15,000.  How awesome would it be to see your $5 donation exponentially grow into a $15,000 donation!

Organizations that I’ve personally supported in the past:

Midtown Greenway Coalition

Midtown Farmers Market

Phillips Online Forum (a part of e-democracy)

Second Harvest

CommonBond Communities (Bii Di Gain Dash Anwebi (Come in. Rest.) Elder Housing) 

Native American Community Development Institute

Recommended on Twitter/Phillips Online Forum:

Neighborhood Development Center (Midtown Global Market and Mercado Central)

Open Arms of Minnesota

Minneapolis Swims (Phillips Pool)

The rest in no particular order:

Pillsbury United (Waite House)

Latino Economic Development Center (Plaza Verde)

Swedish Council of America

American Swedish Institute

Heart of the Beast Inc.

Center School

Hope Academy

Our Saviours Community Services

MadDad’s

Baby’s Space

Kaleidoscope Place

American Indian OIC Inc.

The Circle Corporation (newspaper)

The Alley Newspaper

Little Earth Residents Association

African-American AIDS Task Force

Freeport West

Holy Rosary Church

Resources for the Enrichment of African Lives (REAL)

RESOURCE, Inc

Project for Pride in Living

A Minnesota Without Poverty

Open Eye Figure Theater

Hope Community, Inc.

Great Neighborhoods Development Corporation

First Nations Institute of Life and Learning

CornerHouse

Banyan Foundation

Minneapolis Heart Institute Foundation

DinoMights

Ebenezer Society Foundation

Inner City Christian Ministries

Good in the Hood

Powderhorn and Phillips Wellness and Cultural Center

Minnesota Indian Women’s Center

Southside Family Nurturing Center

Urban Ventures Leadership Foundation

I’m sure I missed some great organizations.  Encourage them to fill out their profile (or at least a profile picture!) and I’ll update this list. 

Go Phillips!!