Providing business loans and educating prospective home owners. The center helps entrepreneurs develop their business plans and also teaches financial literacy. ADC provides training lending and technical assistance to guide African immigrants and refugees in Minnesota along the path to economic prosperity. Ultimately the center is about helping its clients make positive investments in the community.
Brian Coyle Community Center offers residents an institutional-size kitchen six multi-purpose meeting rooms and a food shelf. The center is named after the late Brian J. Coyle former vice president of the Minneapolis City Council. In addition to the programs run by Pillsbury United Communities a number of other organizations operate out of the Coyle Center including the Confederation of Somali Community in Minnesota Emerge Community Development and Pan African Legal Aid.
Ka Joog is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization located in the Twin Cities area of Minnesota. Our mission is to answer those questions and realize every one of those dreams and many more. We initiated this non-profit organization in early 2008 in the hope that it would carry our mission and vision.
Ka Joog began with a vision a dream and lots of ”what-ifs.” Our intention is to provide meaningful activities for Somali youth in Minnesota in order to build a strong support network for their future. We would like to educate our little brothers and sisters—and our peers—to inspire them to pursue higher education and to let them know that their community is here for them. Ka Joog is proud to say that we are continually planning and finding new ways to work with our community motivate our adults and young adults to vote and to participate in other civil aspects in our society.
The Minnesota Chapter of the National Association of Asian American Professionals (NAAAP). Provides resources and services to vulnerable Koreans and other immigrant-Americans while striving to promote their rich cultural heritage for all interested people.
The West Bank CDC is a non-profit development corporation created in 1973 to address the needs of the Cedar Riverside community. The Board of Directors is made up primarily of neighborhood residents elected each year.