News from Interfaith Action of Greater Saint Paul

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. 

Department of Indian Work Expands Footprint to Serve More People

Interfaith Action is moving forward with a plan to nearly double the Department of Indian Work's footprint in its new location at 3080 Centerville Road in Little Canada.

Department of Indian Work Recognized with Circle of Excellence Award

The Minnesota Department of Human Services has recognized Interfaith Action's Department of Indian Work (DIW) with a Circle of Excellence Award for its efforts as a member of the American Indian Food Security Work Group.

Project Home Profiled in Star Tribune, Highland Villager

Read the year-end (2021) stories about Interfaith Action's new emergency family shelter.

Spring Hill Community Farm teams up with Department of Indian Work

Patty Wright and Mike Racette’s Spring Hill Community Farm in Wisconsin brings high quality produce to the Department of Indian Work food shelf.

Department of Indian Work Moves to New Location with More Space

We're happy to report that in early November DIW will be up and running at 3080 Centerville Road in Little Canada (near the intersection of 35E and 694), a fantastic new location that has twice as much space and significantly better parking.

Project Home at the Provincial House: Checking in at Six Months

It has been six months since Interfaith Action moved its emergency family shelter into the Provincial House through a partnership with Ramsey County and the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet.