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It's natural to want to help those affected by major disasters. But some forms of help are better than others.
Minnesota is at the forefront of dealing with the largest global refugee crisis since World War II.
Gerald and Henrietta Rauenhorst worked their way out of hard times with the goal of making a difference. Their legacy is GHR Foundation, one of Minnesota's largest philanthropic organizations.
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Todd Prafke had been city administrator of St. Peter, Minn., for four months on March 29, 1998, when the tornado struck. As emergency sirens…
Resettlement AgenciesArrive Ministries: 612-798-4332; arriveministries.org.Catholic Charities, Twin Cities: 651-647-3100; cctwincities.org.Catholic Charities, Winona: 1-507-454-2270; ccsomn.org.International Institute of Minnesota: 651-647-0191; iimn.org.Lutheran Social Service of Minnesota: 651-642-5990; lssmn.org.Minnesota…
When Robin Chattopadhyay signed up for the American Red Cross in 2014, he was seeking "kind of a three-way mix of altruism, adventure and networking."Check,…
A heartbreaking 2015 trip to Haiti prompted Brandy and Steve Siewert to help children living in dire poverty.
After a 2007 accident changing a friend's tire changed his life, Aaron Holm started the nonprofit Wiggle Your Toes to help other folks in need.