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Green Ribbon Initiatives Recognizes Eagan Collaboration

2019-02-18T01:10:00-06:00November 26th, 2014|Categories: Uncategorized|

Green Ribbon Initiatives, a nonprofit corporation, recently recognized the community building partnership of Thomson Reuters’ Eagan Green Team, Dakota Woodlands, and 360 Communities Lewis House. In 2010, the Thomson Reuters Eagan Green Team launched an onsite organic garden staffed by 30 employee volunteers to provide fresh produce to benefit of the residents of both organizations. Last year the [...]

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Armful of Love Inspires a Circle of Giving

2021-11-02T13:18:14-05:00November 10th, 2014|Categories: Columns, Uncategorized|

There are many gift programs across the metro area that help families in need experience joy during the holiday season. Since 1971, 360 Communities Armful of Love has drawn amazing and dedicated volunteers as well as generous family sponsors who ensure families can have gifts and meals during the holidays. If you have never experienced Armful of [...]

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Join the Team: Say NO MORE

2019-02-18T01:10:00-06:00October 5th, 2014|Categories: Columns, Get Involved, Uncategorized, Violence Prevention & Intervention|Tags: , , , , , |

By Sal Mondelli President & CEO Recently, the Minnesota Gophers Men’s Basketball Team visited 360 Communities to help out at our Burnsville food shelf and then traveled over to our Lewis House sexual and domestic violence shelter in Eagan. This is the team’s second visit to 360 Communities and shows just how committed these young men [...]

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Mother Donates Artwork to Lewis House in Memory of Daughter

2019-02-18T01:10:00-06:00October 2nd, 2014|Categories: Get Involved, Uncategorized, Violence Prevention & Intervention|

On a recent trip to a Hudson, Wisconsin art gallery, Lisa Anderson purchased a piece of floral felt art created by Fiber Artist Robbin Firth. She bought it for its “joyful appearance and appeal” and when she got home she thought of a special place where it could possibly help others: 360 Communities Lewis House. She donated [...]

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Supporting Survivors with Baked Goods

2019-02-18T01:10:01-06:00October 1st, 2014|Categories: Get Involved, Uncategorized, Violence Prevention & Intervention|

By Dawn Will 360 Communities Volunteer Most Thursdays, 8-year-old Samantha (Sammy) and 6-year-old Carson Gierke usually end up bickering about whose turn it was to bring their homemade treats to the front desk at 360 Communities Lewis House in Hastings. “You know how that goes,” said mom Sonya. Last week’s visit was different. Not only did [...]

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A child asks me to describe myself … in one word

2019-06-06T10:44:07-05:00April 17th, 2014|Categories: Columns, Uncategorized, Violence Prevention & Intervention|

By Tony Compton Director of Marketing and Communications One morning over breakfast, my 11-year-old daughter posed a seemingly simple question: “Dad, if you had to describe yourself with one word, what would that be?” I couldn’t come up with an answer, so I did what I think many parents do when their children stump them – [...]

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Innovative collaboration addresses increasing need

2019-02-18T01:10:02-06:00January 10th, 2014|Categories: Uncategorized, Videos|

By: Brian Geraty, Executive Director, Vineyard Community Services & Jeff Mortensen, Chief Operating Officer, 360 Communities Earlier this year, the Brookings Institute released data showing that between 2000 and 2011, the ranks of the poor in the Twin Cities suburbs grew by more than 115,000 -- a 128% increase in that time. This report highlights the [...]

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