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Happy Birthday To You!

In honor of your birthday, select a charity to receive a $10 gift from the MissionBridge Wealth Community Fund! *

*You must have personally received an invitation from a MissionBridge Wealth Advisor to participate. Limit 1 submission per person per year.

Additional information about the listed organizations:

Anoka Community Mission (ACM) is a non-denominational, faith-based, and Christ-centered, social needs  501c3 non-profit organization that seeks to demonstrate the love of God to its surrounding geographical community through the intentional meeting of people's physical, emotional, spiritual, and social needs. ACM operates according to a sustainable ministry model with a "teach people how to fish" philosophy of ministry. This is done primarily through providing affordable, Christ-centered childcare at Little Blessings of Anoka Early Childhood Learning Center. ACM gathers and re-purposes donated resources from the surrounding area to provide private financial aid and practical material assistance to families in the Anoka area concerning their childcare needs.  Support for families ranges from financial education and childcare scholarships to family personal hygiene items, meals, and donated food items. All assistance is given with compassion, grace, accountability, and dignity.

For more information, visit www.anokacommunitymission.org 

Cars for Neighbors helps low-income Anoka County residents who are trying to improve their lives and cannot afford the unexpected expenses that a disabled vehicle can bring, by providing vehicle repair services. It is one of the most practical ways you can show care to a neighbor in need.

For more information visit carsforneighbors.org

Founded in 2004, Fishing for Life has spent more than a decade serving youth, families, veterans & communities through fishing and outdoor programs.

"That’s our mission, but here’s what we’re really about: Relationships. First and foremost is our relationship with Christ. He is the reason why we do what we do. Secondly, we intentionally create fishing and other outdoor programs and events to enter us into relationships with youth, families, veterans and communities throughout our state."

For more information visit fishingforlife.org

Loaves & Fishes is a nonprofit organization serving free, healthy meals to Minnesotans where the need is greatest.

They serve urban, suburban and rural communities through a variety of meal programs supported by creative food sourcing and food rescue efforts. Their meal program began in 1982, with one dining site each in Minneapolis and St. Paul. They now serve over 130 outlets in 15 counties.

For more information visit loavesandfishesmn.org

Whether shelter is needed for a few nights or a few months, all Stepping Stone residents are treated with dignity and respect and have their basic needs met. This means a bed and linens to call their own, three meals per day, showers, laundry facilities, and even clothing and toiletries when needed.

But that’s not all.

Through our first-of-its-kind programs and services, they work with each resident one-on-one to identify the cause of their homelessness — for example, lack of education, unemployment or under employment, need for affordable housing, making positive personal choices — and help them develop a personalized plan to move toward self-sufficiency. Working with a case manager, each resident completes an Individual Goal Plan (IGP) that identifies their ultimate goal and breaks it down into attainable steps to reach that goal.

To learn more visit steppingstoneeh.org

The Dwelling Place was founded in 1998 by Diane Stores and was born out of her passion to make sure women and children had a safe place of refuge where they could find rest, hope and healing. While living in an abusive marriage she left many times during the night with her children. Unable to find a safe place for them they would have no option but to return to their home. Once she was able to leave this situation, she wanted to do what she could to make sure other women did not have to face this challenge. 

The Dwelling Place opened in a single-family home on the east side of St. Paul and then in 2001, received the use of two St. Paul homes, providing housing for seven women and their 10 children. In 2013, The Dwelling Place purchased and started renovations on two duplexes in the north metro. Since that time, they have consolidated all housing to the North Metro and now have the equivalent of eight single family homes with capacity to support up to 57 women and their children at one time.

For more information visit tdpmn.org

Youth First Community of Promise is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that actively engages youth, their families, and the community to ensure youth have the resources, skills, and support they need to transition successfully into the next step of their lives.

ALL programs and services are based on FIVE PROMISES to youth providing a safe and nurturing environment for young people to learn, grow, and thrive.

For more information visit youthfirst.net

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