MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — A Twin Cities nonprofit’s building caught fire overnight.
St. Paul firefighters were called to the Sanneh Foundation on the 2000 block of Conway Street just after 3:30 a.m. Sunday.
Officials with the organization, which works with kids in schools and in after-school settings, say no one was hurt. Damage to the building’s outside and entryway was moderate.
Retired professional soccer player Tony Sanneh started the foundation in 2003.
More On WCCO.com:
- None Hurt After Shots Fired Inside Plymouth Movie Theater
- Twin Cities Man Accused Of Operating Private Airport In Field Behind His Home
- Naked Woman At Denver Airport Walked Around Concourse Asking Passengers, 'Where Are You From?'
- Autumn Merrick, Killed In Crash During Downtown Minneapolis Shootout, Honored By Youth-Led Bakery She Helped Found