Local Partners

A Minnesota without Poverty’s vision is to work to provide all people with those things that protect human dignity and make for a healthy life: adequate food and shelter, meaningful work, safe communities, healthcare, and quality education.
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 Beacon is an interfaith collaborative of nearly 90 congregations working together to end homelessness through housing, shelter, and advocacy. Since 2003, they have created or preserved more than 500 homes for about 800 people and their Families Moving Forward program shelter 12 families every night in their host congregations.
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As an advocacy organization, Bread for the World encourages people to stay informed about the issues of poverty that lead to hunger so that we can effectively urge our nation’s leaders to enact and fund legislation that confronts and overcomes hunger at home and abroad. Consider writing a letter today.
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The mission of the Center for Victims of Torture is to heal the wounds of torture on individuals, their families, and their communities and to end torture worldwide.
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CES is dedicated to assisting people in our community meet basic physical, spiritual and emotional needs in a warm, accepting and Christ-like manner.
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Bethlehem partners with GMCC’s Rake, Rattle and Roll program in October, MN Foodshare collection in March, and snow shoveling in February and March for their Handyworks program. GMCC works toward compassion inspired action by uniting people of faith to serve people in need.
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Bethlehem has partnered with Habitat for Humanity for 25 years. Bethlehem members volunteer during one week in the summer to build or rehab a home in Minneapolis.
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ICA’s mission is to provide hope as they provide assistance to neighbors in need in the Minnetonka area.
Get involved with ICA Food Shelf

Our Saviour’s works to give people the tools they need to make a fresh start in their lives through 2 programs: The English Learning Center and Our Saviour’s Housing.
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Redeemer Lutheran Church has been a part of North Minneapolis’ Harrison Neighborhood since 1909, Redeemer seeks to be a faithful witness to the love of Jesus Christ for all people, and is recognized by the community as a safe and caring place for area residents, especially children and youth.
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Bethlehem has partnered with Urban Homeworks to join them in their mission to rebuild neighborhoods, reconnect people and reclaim hope.
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Since it’s beginning in the early 1890s, Zion has been about meeting people where they are and creating community among people in transition. They are passionate about a wide welcome, serving their neighbors, and worship that gathers us into God’s story.
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ZOOM House provides permanent, safe, affordable housing for families transitioning toward self-sufficiency by building community, offering educational opportunities, promoting family and economic stability, and fostering spiritual growth.
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Global Partners


The church of Northern India exists to see people being renewed in faith and service in Jesus Christ, relating to the world towards constant realization of the kingdom of God.
Learn more about Amritsar Diocese

Works to promote and spread the word about the outreach ministries of Christmas Lutheran Church in Bethlehem to build hope and a brighter future for Palestine.
Learn more about Bright Stars of Bethlehem

Global Health Ministries gathers and ships needed medical supplies and equipment to overseas Lutheran mission hospitals and health care programs, providing grants for approved projects, and by recruiting and sending qualified volunteers for short-term training and consultation missions with overseas partners.
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HMCHA works in the Horn of Africa through child sponsorships, spiritual education and weekly education which focuses on health education, spending money wisely, family relationships and agricultural activities. HMCHA also responds to the needs of the community through conversations with community leaders.

LPGM exists to raise up generations who inspire hope by walking with and serving in the worldwide church.
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Park Town Mission School serves primarily dalit children in Chennai, India who come from the nearby slums or live on the pavement with their families. The school includes a hostel which houses up to 60 students in converted classroom space.