News from Interfaith Action of Greater Saint Paul

Contact Key Legislators to Ensure Adequate Funding for Project Home

As the Minnesota legislative session nears the end, funding for agencies that address homelessness is still in flux. Funding is included in both the House and Senate bills that were voted out of the chambers into the conference committee.

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Pioneer Press Highlights Project Home

Reporter Christopher Magan highlights Project Home as one of the “transformational community projects” that will receive Ramsey County Covid funding.

Momentum Builds for Economic Mobility Hub for American Indians

More than 50 nonprofit leaders, policymakers, and elected officials tuned into a special presentation on September 20 about plans to create an Economic Mobility Hub for American Indians in Greater Saint Paul.

Expanded Rapid Exit Team Increases Support for Project Home Families

Project Home is increasing support for families experiencing homelessness through the addition of two new members to the Rapid Exit Case Management Team.

Volunteer Kick-off for the 2022-2023 Year

Mark your calendars for Thursday, September 15, from 6:00-7:30 pm for an in-person gathering of Interfaith Action volunteers (and those interested in volunteering).

Department of Indian Work and Ain Dah Yung Center Expand Partnership

DIW's operation of a small food shelf in Ain Dah Yung's Mino Oski building is a natural extension of the work the two organizations have done together over many years.

Government Funding for Project Home is in Jeopardy

Government funding for Project Home is in jeopardy. COVID-related funding made it possible for Project Home to move into the Provincial House and increase capacity from 40 beds to 100 beds. That funding is set to expire in a few weeks.