Joel Smith Heating & Air Conditioning in the Community
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Achieve Services is a day training and habilitation program serving adults with developmental disabilities. They strive to create innovative opportunities that inspire people with disabilities, enabling every participant to lead a meaningful and self-determined life.
Blaine Community Scholarship Program
The BCSP offers scholarships to help support graduating seniors with their future educational goals
Cars for Neighbors
Cars for Neighbors assists Anoka County neighbors in need by offering car repair assistance to those who qualify.
Impact Services mission is to provide nutritious meals and enable the aging community in Anoka county to live independently. This involves Meals on Wheels, dementia support, and aging services.
McKinley Elementary School
McKinley is installing a new Fitness Destination, upgrading their current 30-year old playground, allowing students to utilize multiple muscle groups simultaneously focusing on the rapid ascent and descent of multiple heights.
Minnesota Zoo Foundation
The Minnesota Zoo Foundation Fund is a vital source of funding for core operations of the zoo, including animal care, conservation initiatives and education programs, keeper salaries, and so forth.
North Anoka County Emergency Food Shelf (NACE)
NACE provides food and clothing to residents in Bethel, Cedar, East Bethel, Ham Lake, Linwood Township, Oak Grove, St. Francis, Stacy and Wyoming addresses in Anoka County.
Science Museum of Minnesota
Supporting Members helps to create world-class exhibits and impacts programs beyond the museum exhibit halls; from conservation efforts to education access.
Spinal Cord Society: Twin Cities Chapter
SCS has only one purpose: To find a cure for chronic spinal cord injury paralysis. They are an ‘All Volunteer’ organization, which means that 100% of all money received goes directly into Spinal CordResearch.
Stepping Stone Emergency Housing
Stepping Stone is the only homeless shelter serving youth and adults in the five-county area of Anoka, Carver, Dakota, Scott and Washington counties. They work with residents one-on-one to create an individualized plan to help them move from homelessness to self-sufficiency.
Voluntary Workforce Development Foundation
The foundation provides career exploration and leadership training opportunities to work-ready north metro high school students.