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By Deb Kermeen, TCCP CFO The Fiscal Year (FY) 2020 (July 1, 2019–June 30, 2020) budget was prepared by TCCP management, reviewed by the board’s finance committee, and approved by the board at their June 2019 meeting. We are budgeting for positive net income of $462,411 in FY2020. Net income was $111,873 in FY2019. Total… Read More →
July 21, 2020 In the aftermath of the brutal murder of George Floyd and the protests that followed, the focus has been on how the community rebuilds and how we address the long-standing systemic mistreatment of and racism against the Black community. Twin Cities Co-op Partners supports the Black Lives Matter movement, and believes that… Read More →
Pantry staples + summer produce When the pandemic came to Minnesota, many of us stocked our pantries with more beans, canned goods, grains and bulk items than we knew what to do with. The Mindful Hapa has some great ideas for using up those extra non-perishables in fresh, unique ways for the summer palate. These… Read More →
Rounding up at the register with our Change Matters* program is an easy way to make donations. During the month of June all register donations will go to support Green Card Voices. Green Card Voices utilizes digital storytelling to share personal narratives of America’s immigrants, fostering tolerance and establishing a better understanding between the immigrant and… Read More →
Grocery pickup from the Wedge and Linden Hills now available! Order groceries online for curbside pickup. Whether you live in Uptown, Linden Hills, St Louis Park, Downtown or Southwest Minneapolis, you can place your order online and set it to pick up at your convenience. Check out the FAQ below and get started now! … Read More →
A personal narrative from a Minneapolis Immigrant Luis Angel Santos Henriquez I was born in San Salvador, El Salvador. Since I was a child, I faced many challenges with my family and society. I was bullied because of the way I expressed myself and my sexual orientation. At home, I not only experienced rejection but… Read More →
By Uli Koester, Executive Director of Midwest Food Connection A recent Washington Post headline* shouted: “Kids are terrified, anxious and depressed about climate change.” The article discusses deep concerns many youth have about the world’s future, and what they can do about it. At the Midwest Food Connection (MFC), we have one simple but powerful… Read More →