MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — As we begin to see the effects of COVID-19 on our communities, many are looking for ways to give back.READ MORE: New Poll Shows Minneapolis Residents Support Charter Amendment Replacing Police
This page is to be used as a resource. To connect those in need with those looking to give back. To bring hope into our communities. Whether you are in need or looking to support your neighbors, these are a few of the resources available for you:READ MORE: Minnesota Apple Orchards Endure Labor Shortage During Peak Season
For a list of volunteer opportunities across the Twin Cities, click HERE.
The City of Minneapolis put together a list of resources to help residents who are in need of food, clothing, financial and medical care. That list can be found HERE.
The Twin Cities is also facing one of its most challenging episodes in modern history. Protests against the death of George Floyd at the hands of Minneapolis police officers have given way to night after night of fire, looting and violence.MORE NEWS: 'I Laid On The Floor And Just Bawled': Minnesota TikTok Sensation, 79, Overwhelmed By Support After Scooter Breaks
Many community institutions have pledged to remain dedicated to fighting for good, for unity and for togetherness in a time of violent division. We’ve gathered some of those institutions below: