Volunteer Fair 2019

This year’s fair was a great opportunity to talk with 35 different organizations, and there was a lot of networking too! 

Here is a list of all the organizations that participated in this year’s fair:  CommunityVolunteerFair2019 list


2019 Exhibitor Postcard Front

 

OrganizationDescription
ACLU-MNOur vision for our state and country is one that fulfills the promise of the Minnesota and United States Constitutions to protect the civil rights and liberties of everyone.
American Red CrossThe American Red Cross prevents and alleviates human suffering in the face of emergencies by mobilizing the power of volunteers and the generosity of donors.
BridgingBridging, provides donated furniture and household goods to families and individuals transitioning out of homelessness and poverty.  Bridging has serves over 4,000 families each year.
Bundles of LoveBundles of Love is a volunteer driven non-profit that partners with community organizations to assist families in need by providing handmade, essential items for newborns.
Community Action Partnership of Ramsey & Washington CountiesThe mission of Community Action is to reduce the causes of poverty and its impact on people’s lives in our community. Short-term & ongoing volunteer options are available. Visit www.caprw.org
Hearts & HammersTo provide exterior home improvement assistance for Senior Citizens, Disabled Adults, and Veterans or their Surviving Spouse so that they may continue living independently.
Help At Your DoorHelp At Your Door assists seniors and individuals with disabilities to maintain their independence and continue living at home.  Volunteers help with groceries, transportation, and home maintenance.
International Institute of MinnesotaMission:  Helping New Americans achieve self-sufficiency and full membership in American life.  Vision:  We seek a community where New Americans can find respect, support, and safety…
Joseph’s CoatWe are a free store located in St. Paul providing goods and services to those in need, within an environment of dignity and respect.
League of Women Voters Roseville AreaCivic Engagement in our community, state, and nation for the past 100 years!
Little Brothers – Friends of the ElderlyLittle Brothers – Friends of the Elderly’s purpose is to end elder loneliness and isolation in our community through the power of friendship.
Lutheran Social Service of MN Senior Corps & Neighbor to Neighbor ProgramsSenior Companions and Neighbor to Neighbor Companions offer friendship, support and transportation to older adults at home and in the community. Foster Grandparents assist children in the classroom.
Lyngblomsten & 2nd Half with LyngblomstenLyngblomsten provides compassionate care and innovative services to older adults in order to preserve and enhance their quality of life.
Minnesota Public RadioOur Mission is to enrich the mind and nourish the spirit, thereby enhancing the lives and expanding the perspectives of our audiences, and assisting them in strengthening their communities.
MN Tool LibraryMTL is a membership-based non-profit which helps reduce waste and cultivate a more resilient and equitable community by providing access to thousands of tools, workshop space, and classes.
Mobile Menders, IncMobile Menders goal is to provide clothing repair to those in need. We believe everyone deserves the opportunity to have clothes that fit and are in good shape.
New Life ChurchNew Life is an inclusive faith-based community serving while daring to grow in Christ’s transforming love. We offer many different opportunities to get involved.
North Suburban ChorusThe North Suburban Chorus sings a variety of music to residents of senior housing, nursing homes, assisted living residences, and senior clubs throughout the Twin Cities area.
North Suburban Saint Paul Kiwanis ClubThe Kiwanis Club of North Suburban Saint Paul is a club of the international service organization- Kiwanis- and we have been serving the children of our local community and the world since 1958.
Northeast Youth & Family ServicesBy connecting youth and adults in search of work with seniors in need of help, NYFS helps older adults live independently in their homes for as long as possible.
PAIPAI is a nonprofit organization providing services that empower the individual choices of adults with disabilities to achieve meaningful participation and connection in the community.
Prepare + ProsperPrepare + Prosper and its volunteers bring free tax and financial services to low- and moderate-income Minnesotans, helping individuals and families to move from “getting by” to “getting ahead.”
Project for Pride in LivingPPL’s mission is to build the hope, assets, and self-reliance of individuals and families who have lower incomes by providing transformative affordable housing and employment readiness services.
Protect MinnesotaProtect MN promotes a culture of health and safety for all Minnesotans by preventing gun violence through research, education, advocacy, and community investment.
Ramsey CountyRamsey County works with volunteers in a variety of ways, this partnership contributes to a stronger community.  Many programs and services would not be possible without the efforts of our volunteers.
Reading PartnersOur mission is to help children become lifelong readers by empowering communities to provide individualized instruction with measurable results.
Roseville Area Lions ClubsPart of the world’s largest service club organization, 3 area clubs have joined in common cause to serve the greater Roseville community. (Roseville, North Suburban Evening , North Ramsey 500 Lions)
Roseville Area Senior ProgramThe Roseville Area Senior Program offers information and assistance on available resources, advocacy, educational programs,  activities, essential services, and volunteer opportunities.
RSVP of the Greater Twin CitiesWe match people 55 and over with fulfilling volunteer opportunities -and- provide free benefits. RSVP is the one-stop source for personalized assistance to find a volunteer opportunity that fits.
St Croix HospiceVolunteers at St. Croix Hospice are vital to our success. Your unique talents can be utilized in a variety of ways, from comforting patients and families to performing integral office tasks.Join us.
The Salvation Army Northern DivisionThe Salvation Army’s assistance falls into these main categories: basic needs, housing, youth services, rehabilitation, disaster relief, counseling and spiritual.
Twin Cities Habitat for HumanityOur mission is to eliminate poverty housing from the Twin Cities and to make decent, affordable shelter for all people a matter of conscience.
Vision Loss ResourcesVision Loss Resources provides the services, skills and community of support to assist in regaining independence after vision loss.
WISE – Women’s Initiative for Self EmpowermentWISE aims to empower immigrant and refugee women and girls to succeed through advocacy and culturally competent services, including academic support and life and leadership skills training.