There’s Still Time to Register for our Hook, Line, & Shelter Fishing Tournament

We are hosting our first Hook, Line, & Shelter Fishing Tournament! This event will run through Labor Day, and there’s still time to join the fun! Fishing participation requires registration, and the proceeds will support our efforts to ensure that everyone in our community has a safe and healthy place to call home.

The tournament is open to any skill level, including a category just for kids, and we have included a pricing package that will allow the whole family to participate. For those of you who are serious anglers, there is a category for you too! The tournament runs all summer long and is as easy as sign up, catch a fish, measure it, and share the results.

Get all the details and register at

Special thanks to our Presenting Sponsor – 13 Fishing!

Serve a Year with Us

members play a critical role in delivering home repair and accessibility modification services to low-income residents in the Twin Cities. 

During a 11-month AmeriCorps term, you’ll earn a living stipend of $15,500 and an Education Award upon completion of the term.  This program is a great opportunity to give back to the community, while earning an Education Award!

Learn more and apply today at!

Thanks to Old National Bank

We would like to send a special thank you to Old National Bank for their recent gift to support our work to ensure that everyone in our community has a safe and healthy place to call home!

Our Safe at Home Program Is Back!

As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, we temporarily paused interior home modifications provided through our Safe at Home program.  We continued to build exterior ramps during this time, but made the difficult decision to pause the other modifications provided through this program, including installing grab bars, interior handrails, handheld shower units, and much more.  Our goal is to protect the health and well-being of our clients, volunteers, and staff.

We are very excited to share that we relaunched the Safe at Home program this month, and we’ve already assisted nine older adults and individuals living with a disability!  We are helping homeowners like Roxanne who was using her towel rack to steady herself when she was getting into her bathtub, which is dangerous and can result in a serious fall.  Roxanne’s doctor was very concerned about her use of the towel rack.  We added a grab bar, which is a sturdier and safer option because it is fastened into studs and placed properly.  We also added a grab bar to a short set of stairs to help prevent falls and injuries.

If you or someone you know could benefit from home safety and accessibility modifications through our Safe at Home program, please contact us at 651-776-4273 or to request an application.