The Charis Community
The first Ecumenical Catholic Church in Minnesota, Charis is an open, thinking, healing, welcoming faith community. Ecumenical Catholicism is one of many expressions of the ancient, undivided and apostolic Catholic faith where the clergy marry, women are ordained, and the Sacraments are available to persons of all orientations!
The Friendship Project
Here at The Friendship Project, we are committed to a single goal; to help single parents find a place of belonging. The Friendship Project is a nonprofit organization that supports single parent household and low-income families by building bridges within the community. The Friendship Project supports single parent households by providing resources so that they can become stable, long-term in all aspects of their lives. The ultimate goal is to develop families with opportunities to reach their full potential.
The PROP Shop of Eden Prairie
Nonprofit providing free clothing, household goods, and furniture to local families in need. We operate a free area, donation center, and resale store to serve families.
Transportation Resource to Aid Independent Living (TRAIL)
TRAIL provides subsdized transportation for adults with developmental disabilities living in Bloomington, Eden Prairie, Edina and Richfield. We solely transport our riders to recreation, leisure and educational programs offered by Adaptive Recreation & Learning Exchange (AR&LE) which serves the four cities. 612-401-6395 or 612-201-6470
We are on a mission to end hopelessness among teens. TreeHouse has been serving teens since 1979, helping them build relationships and resiliency rooted in living hope. We’re based in Minnesota, but we have sites across the country. Each of our sites host programs that give teens a safe space to find support and belonging. Through mentorships, retreats, and other off-site activities, teens have the opportunity to build even deeper relationships with peers and caring adults
True Friends is a nonprofit agency providing life-changing experiences that enhance independence and self-esteem for children and adults with disabilities. True Friends’ programs include camp, respite, therapeutic horseback riding, conference and retreat, travel and team building; serving over 25,000 individuals annually.