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Volunteer for Step Up for Hope 6 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 25

Twin Cities Rotaract

Tomorrow after work, please join Twin Cities Rotaract and Hope Community for the Step Up for Hope fundraising reception.

Hope Community is a nonprofit working as a catalyst for change, growth and safety in the Phillips neighborhood south of downtown Minneapolis.

Phillips has almost 20,000 residents and a long history of minority and immigrant populations, including Native American and African American communities.

Currently, roughly 75 percent of Phillips residents are people of color; the increasingly diverse population includes many Latino and African immigrants.

Hope Community in Minneapolis
Courtesy of Hope Community, Inc.
Hope Community in Minneapolis

The median income in the neighborhood is approximately a third of the median income for the Twin Cities.

Hope Community is building a sustainable neighborhood model through community organization, active education, leadership and affordable housing development.

Learn more about Hope Community’s vision and work at tomorrow night’s event. If you’re interested in helping out at the event, join Twin Cities Rotaract volunteers as they serve drinks and appetizers throughout the evening.

If you have questions, contact Angela Eifert: 612-644-6545 or abrophy46 [at] hotmail [dot] com.

Time: 6-7 p.m.
Date: Tuesday, Oct. 25, 2011
Place: Hope Community, 611 Franklin Ave. E., Minneapolis, MN

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