28 May, 2015

Events

Urban Homeworks hosts a variety of events that support our mission and the development of the neighborhoods where we work, engaging with multiple audiences that represent diverse sections of our community.

 

Haul’n it Home Grain Drive

Each year, Urban Homeworks hosts a grain drive to help provide funding for dignified housing for low-income families. Over the last seven years Urban Homeworks has raised nearly $300,000 from Minnesota farmers. If you have a farm and can donate a load of grain to Urban Homeworks, contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. (612-998-0228). Learn more here.

 


 

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POD Talks

As Urban Homeworks celebrates 20 years of People Oriented Development, we want to invite you to participate in some of the deep-rooted, heart-changing, narrative shifting conversations that have challenged and shaped our understanding of hope-filled, redemptive community development. Learn more here. 

 


 

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Perpetuate the Hope Luncheon: Our Annual Fundraiser and Family Reunion

September 29, 2015

Over the last six years Urban Homeworks has raised over $1.4 million at the annual Perpetuate the Hope event. These funds are crucial to our ability to continue reweaving community in some of the most distressed neighborhoods of the Twin Cities. In September 2014, Urban Homeworks hosted a luncheon at The Depot—to include more than 950 local community and business leaders in the journey to rebuild neighborhoods, reconnect neighbors and reclaim hope. More information about the 2015 Perpetuate the Hope luncheon here.