Accomplish With Kylie: Bunny BestiesOften when people think of therapy animals, dogs and horses come to mind. But therapy bunnies have their own unique qualities that make them especially great with children.
Accomplish With Kylie: People Serving PeoplePeople Serving People is the largest and most comprehensive family homeless shelter in Minnesota. So they need a lot of volunteers. Volunteer opportunities are vast, ranging from daytime early childhood development, children’s education, meal servers and tutors.
Volunteers Honor Martin Luther King Jr. Day With ServiceWhile many attended events in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Monday, others decided giving back was another way to honor his legacy.
Good Question: Who Volunteers & Where Do They Do It?Volunteering always ranks right up there when it comes to New Year’s resolutions. Here in Minnesota, it's a place where we excel. Almost 38 percent of Minnesotans give money or time -- ranking the Land of 10,000 Lakes second in the country.
Homelessness For Families In Hennepin Co. ‘Close To Crisis’On any given day, four new families in Hennepin County need a roof over their heads – that’s double from 2006.
Cub Foods, People Serving People Giving Out 2,000 Thanksgiving MealsThanks to the Minneapolis-based food giant Cub Foods and the People Serving People (PSP) in downtown, 2,000 needy families will have a traditional thanksgiving meal.
Best Holiday Volunteer Opportunities For The FamilyWith the holidays approaching, many families consider opportunities to not only teach the spirit of giving but also for ways that might allow them to give back to their communities. Here are five of the best holiday volunteer opportunities in Minnesota that welcome the entire family.
With Low Mpls. Vacancy Rates, Shelter Numbers SwellPeople Serving People’s headquarters are in the shadows of the Metrodome, The ten-story, 110,000-square-foot building houses some of the most vulnerable citizens in our community.
Government Shutdown Hits Homeless SheltersA government shutdown could create a huge setback for Minnesotans who are already in need. Funding for some programs that prevent homelessness is no longer available.