Community

One of the ways we commit to support the greater community is by contributing to other nonprofit organizations. We commit at least $1000 per month for these nonprofits.

Nonprofits are nominated at a “Nominate a Nonprofit Event” where individuals are invited to introduce and advocate for organizations that they would like Spirit of Peace to support.

Nonprofits Supported in 2022

Adult Options Education : (Designated for test books for medical assistants)

MCC Our goal is to build strong communities that are made up of meaningful relationships and guided by our deepest values. The Minnesota Council of Churches is your partner in living out your faith in your community. We manifest the unity of the body of Christ and build the common good in the world through Refugee Services, Truth & Reparations racial justice, MCC Respectful ConversationsTM, Interfaith bridge-building and justice advocacy.

ICA OUR MISSION is to create a healthy and stable community for all.
OUR VISION is a community where everyone has the resources to thrive.
OUR BELIEF is ICA’s presence in our communities makes our neighborhoods more stable and secure.
ICA has served our neighborhoods since 1971. Contact: Executive Director, Daniel Narr and visit us at https://www.icafoodshelf.org


Resource West ResourceWest is a non-profit community agency that serves families and individuals living in the West Metro community. We support people as they become more connected, more resourceful, and more hopeful about their future. From crisis, to action, to hope: the services of ResourceWest stabilize families and ultimately help build healthier communities one neighbor at a time. Visit us at https://www.resourcewest.org.

Ian Sendi’s Project

Our Saviours Housing Our Saviour’s Housing (OSH) is a program of Our Saviour’s Community Services. Through our emergency shelter in the Phillips neighborhood of Minneapolis and our Supportive Housing Program, we help our residents and guests increase their skills and improve their lives. Our mission at OSH is eliminating homelessness by providing shelter, support, and a chance to start over. The origins of Our Saviour’s Housing date back 40 years to 1982. Learn more about Our Saviour’s Housing at oscs-mn.org

Native American Boarding School Healing Coalition Native American Boarding School Healing Coalition

Our Mission:To lead in the pursuit of understanding and addressing the ongoing trauma created by the U.S. Indian Boarding School policy.

The National Native American Boarding School Healing Coalition is a membership organization comprised of over 780 Native and Non-Native members and organizations committed to boarding school healing.

GiGis Playhouse GiGi’s Playhouse was created to change the way the world views a Down syndrome diagnosis and send a global message of acceptance for all.

We understand that many families are first time parents, and they need us. Many young parents do not expect, or know in advance of their child’s diagnosis, and they need renewed hope and genuine acceptance from day one.

At GiGi’s Playhouse families are never alone. From a prenatal diagnosis to career skills, we make a lifetime commitment to remain by their side. Families are empowered with all the tools their child needs to succeed!

GiGis Playhouse Warmz

ICA OUR MISSION is to create a healthy and stable community for all.
OUR VISION is a community where everyone has the resources to thrive.
OUR BELIEF is ICA’s presence in our communities makes our neighborhoods more stable and secure.
ICA has served our neighborhoods since 1971. Contact: Executive Director, Daniel Narr and visit us at https://www.icafoodshelf.org


Lift up Our Mission: We make it easy for you to change the world.

To do this, we vet each project through a rigorous 12-step certification process to ensure that the impact is tangible, sustainable, and locally powered. Plus, we believe every dollar makes an impact, so we give 100% away

https://www.liftup.com