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African Economic Development Solutions has created the Business Relief Fund to meet the needs of local African immigrant businesses. The Business Relief Fund is a forgivable loan to keep small businesses open and continue contributing to the community.

City Joy: Support the Cities
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City Joy is raising money to help provide food and clothing to members of the community and support small businesses. They have also started several volunteer efforts.

Fillthebus612
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Funds are being raised to shop and get the supplies needed to fill a school bus and provide them to different sites all over the city. Donations will go directly to families in need in Minneapolis, St. Paul and small businesses that need help in rebuilding.

Longfellow Community Council
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31 buildings in the Longfellow neighborhood have been completely destroyed, and several other businesses have sustained significant damage. This fund was created to aid in the rebuilding of their community via a three-pronged approach: 1) Food security, 2) Safety and Security, and 3) Business Restoration. 

Minneapolis Rebuild Response Coalition
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This fund was created to respond to crises around the state. During this time, donations will be allocated to small businesses affected by the protest over George Floyd's murder.

Neighbors United Funding Collaborative
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The Neighbors United Funding Collaborative is Helping Midway, Union Park small businesses and nonprofits rebuild.

Support the Eastside
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This fund was created by the Southeast Community Organization to support the Indigenous Roots supply drive.

We Love Lake Street Fundraiser
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The We Love Lake Street Fundraiser, started by the non-profit Visit Lake Street, will be used to help support Lake Street businesses rebuild their storefronts and aid the community in this time of need.

Asian Businesses
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The Asian Economic Development Association (AEDA) is helping Asian small businesses harmed by the recent unrest. AEDA has created a recovery fund to help these locally owned businesses.

Community-University Healthcare Center
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CUHCC, a federally qualified health center, serves nearly 11,500 patients a year through over nearly 60,000 visits annually. The patient population comes from over 12 different racial and ethnic groups that span five continents. CUHCC is continuing to provide services for people in need, including food, shelter, healthcare, and prescription refills.

Latino Community on Lake Street
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La Raza Radio Station 95.7 FM and 1400 AM was destroyed on May 29th. This fund was created to help the small businesses on Lake Street and South Minneapolis, as well as the La Raza Radio Station building.  

Lyndale Neighborhood Association
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This fund was created by the Lyndale Neighborhood Association to directly support businesses with property damage, and aid in the rebuilding process.

MN Black Chamber Black Business Support Fund
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The MN Black Chamber Black Business Support Fund was created to address both the  immediate and urgent needs of our Black Owned businesses in Minnesota; as well as the broader more systemic issues surrounding racial inequalities in business. This fund will be used to support the rebuilding and reopening efforts of businesses impacted in this difficult period. 

North MPLS Broadway Clinic Medical Supply Drive
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Broadway Family Medicine Clinic is organizing a medical supply drive for their North Minneapolis patients and larger community. Currently, community leaders have established a huge food drive and they are hoping to add medical supplies to their efforts. 

The Minneapolis Foundation
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The Fund for Safe Communities, created by the Minneapolis Foundation is accepting public donations which will be used to prevent further violence, heal individuals and communities affected by this horrific tragedy, and address systemic inequities and push for criminal justice reform.

We Love St. Paul Fundraiser
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The We Love St. Paul Fundraiser was started by the St. Paul Area Chamber of Commerce to support the local community as they rebuild their storefronts, reopen businesses, and serve our neighborhoods. 

Camden Community Fund
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Camden Community, of North Minneapolis, is a vibrant and diverse community with many small businesses owned by POC. This community fund, established by Upper Northside Business Association, will be divided proportionality to the small business in Camden, Minneapolis impacted due to the recent riots. 

Du Nord
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Du Nord is establishing this fund to support black and brown companies affected by the unrest. They are dedicated to rebuilding Minneapolis in a way that ensures that our cultural beacons are restored.

Lift Up Minneapolis Relief
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Lift Up has started this fund to provide residents surrounding the 3rd precinct with basic needs such as food and hygiene essentials.

Metropolitan Economic Development Association
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This fund was created by MEDA, a Minneapolis-based nonprofit, that supports minority businesses. Donations will be distributed to the minority owned businesses affected by recent distressing events.

MN Teen Activists
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Minnesota Teen Activists set up this fund to help owners impacted in these uncertain times pay for supplies, broken glass, stolen merchandise, and more.

Pimento Relief Fund
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This fund was created to provide black businesses without insurance relief to recover from the damages during the recent unrest.

Urban Ventures
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Urban Ventures is a South Minneapolis non-profit that works to address the opportunity gaps in academics, nutrition, physical activity, parenting resources and more. This fund will be used to support local businesses.

West Broadway Business & Area Coalition
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The West Broadway Business & Area Coalition in partnership with the Northside Funders Group started this fund to support Northside businesses that have been impacted by COVID-19 and the recent unrest.