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Kinship of Greater Minneapolis, Minneapolis, Minnesota

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Address: 3210 Oliver Ave. No.
Minneapolis, Minnesota  55412  
United States
Fax: 612-588-4680
Is 501(c)(3) nonprofit certified by the IRS?: Yes
Number of Volunteers Serving Nationally: 400
Number of People Being Served: 400
EIN: 41-1624831
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Mission Statement


Kinship of Greater Minneapolis helps children ages 5 to 15, in need of additional adult support, to realize their God-given potential through adult friendships. Kinship is unique because it is faith-based and encourages couples and families, as well as individuals, to reach out to a child in need.

Description


Kinship of Greater Minneapolis is a faith-based nonprofit that advocates for children liveing in single parent homes at or near the poverty level. Kinship was founded over 50 years ago at the Luther Seminary and now includes volunteers and children from all denominations. Over 300 children are matched presently and over 150 kids still wait for a caring mentor to enter their lives.

Kinship of Greater Minneapolis is a faith-based nonprofit that advocates for children liveing in single parent homes at or near the poverty level. Kinship was founded over 50 years ago at the Luther Seminary and now includes volunteers and children from all denominations. Over 300 children are matched presently and over 150 kids still wait for a caring mentor to enter their lives.

Mission Statement: Kinship of Greater Minneapolis helps children ages 5 to 15, in need of additional adult support, to realize their God-given potential through adult friendships. Kinship is unique because it is faith-based and encourages couples and families, as well as individuals, to reach out to a child in need.

Organizational Statement of Faith


Reaching out in faith to the least of our brothers is not a suggestion, but rather a requirement and honest indication of walking with Jesus. Many children suffer in our society. Won't you reach out to a child by offering your friendship and support where it is most needed?


Denominational Affiliations


Non-denominational


Local Affiliation



Program Type:


Youth Program

Do you Require Formal Orientation Training?


Yes