EVERYONE needs to recover from something. Everyone encounters moments in their day and life where they need a hand up; not a hand out. A hand out only serves to further someone’s current mindset, but a hand up allows them to TAKE CONTROL and CHANGE THEIR LIFE.
Have you ever felt insignificant to help make a positive impact on this world? If you have, you are not alone and this is the group for you. We're looking for people who want to make a difference, but may not know where to start. We have many weekly and monthly activities where you can connect with other like minded individuals to serve the greater good for people who need help.
Be Kind is a community that transforms hopelessness into endless possibility. We believe we can meet someone where they are to provide sustainable resources & illuminate pathways to personal restoration which will ripple into community restoration.
We distribute over 50,000 pounds of food a week to people on the streets of Minneapolis and St. Paul. Come join us every Saturday morning at 10:30am and evening at 5:15pm. We meet at Serenity Village first.
Want to help push back against diabetes?
The American Diabetes Association's 2019 Tour de Cure - Twin Cities event is coming up on Saturday, June 1st, and we're looking for volunteers!
Your support will reach far beyond the event and into the lives of all who are touched by diabetes. Every hour helps, and whether you are able to share one hour or eight, we would love to have your volunteer support.
To learn more and sign up, please visit one of the following links:
- Volunteer at Boom Island Park for set-up on May 31st or the day-of on June 1st: http://signup.com/go/VQWsoKK
- Volunteer groups or individual volunteers at rest stops: https://signup.com/go/iZihMaP
- For additional volunteer opportunities such as ride marshal, key turns, medical volunteer, and SAG driver, visit the event site at diabetes.org/twincitiestourdecure and scroll down to click on the Volunteers button for the sign-up links.
Please contact Susan Engberg with any questions at[masked] or [masked].
Thank you for your consideration in serving the local diabetes community!