Amnion Crisis Pregnancy Center
Amnion honors the sanctity of human life by assisting clients with life-affirming decisions with the love and compassion of Christ. They address adoption, pregnancy help, and post-abortion healing. Click here to visit their website.
Beyond the Yellow Ribbon
Beyond the Yellow Ribbon is a program that creates awareness for the purpose of connecting service members and their families with community support, traning, services, and resources. Click here to visit the website.
Bible Reading Plan
Reading the Bible is an essential part of your faith. Click here for more information.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Greater Twin Cities
Big Brothers Big Sisters is an organization that provides children facing adversity with strong and enduring, professionally supported 1-to-1 relationships that change their lives for the better, forever. Click here for more information.
Bridging is an organization which provides furniture and household goods to those in need. Cedar Valley Church is an authorized referral agency for Bridging. Currently, CVC is not taking any referrals. NOTE: Bridging requires a $60 fee for each appointment. Click here to visit the website.
Bridging The Gap
Bridging The Gap is a ministry to encourage, equip, and empower every woman on her faith journey with Jesus Christ. It is in relentless pursuit of enhancing the spiritual, physical, social, emotional, and mental faculties of every woman. They are dedicated to creating and sustaining an interactive environment whereby each woman is energized and compelled to explore a holistic path within the human process. Click here for more information.
This program is a free, web-based tool anyone can use to coordinate caregiving for a senior or loved one by creating a care team, keeping a journal, using the calendar function, and finding local resources. You can make a free call to an experienced licensed social worker from SCS who will answer questions and help solve problems. Click here to visit their website.
Christian happenings is a Christian event resource that lists future concerts, seminars, workshops, special services, crusades, revivals, Christmas celebrations, Easter celebrations, and singles' events. Click here to visit the website.
DARTS provides a network of valuable information and resources to people of all ages and fosters the health of the community by helping people remain active and connected to one another. Call DARTS when you or someone you know needs a little help with household cleaning, outdoor chores, errands, and other tasks, when you could use some resources and support to care for an aging loved one, when driving is no longer easy and you need some options, when you're facing a new challenge and need help navigating the system, when you want more connections to your neighborhood and community. Click here to visit the website.
Family Car Initiative
A safe, reliable car is paramount in a family’s move from financial hardship to self-sufficiency. In order to meet the increasing demand for vehicles for working families, local social services have collaborated with other social service agencies to organize the Family Car Initiative, a donor-friendly car donation program offering extensive tax benefits for the donor. Working together, the agencies can now maximize their advertising efforts and compete in the demanding car donation market. To donate your car or get more information, call 763.529.1860. Click here to visit the website.
The mission of Family First is to strengthen the family by establishing it as a top priority in people's lives and by promoting principles for building marriages and raising children. Click here to visit the website.
Guild Incorporated helps people with mental illnesses lead quality lives. They provide psychiatric rehabilitation services that are essential to support recovery for those experiencing mental illness of a severe nature. Click here to visit the website.
Loaves & Fishes
Loaves & Fishes provides free, healthy meals for everyone in the neighborhood, no questions asked. For times and more information, contact Creekside Community Center (9800 Penn Ave. S. Bloomington) at 952.948.0746 or Hope Church (7132 Portland Ave. S., Richfield) at 612.869.7700.
New Life Family Services
New LIfe Family Services exists to honor the sanctity of human life by assisting clients with life-affirming decisions with the love and compassion of Christ. Click here to visit the website.
Minnesota's Largest Family-friendly Christain Music Festival. Click here to visit the website.
Special Touch Ministry, Inc.
A National Assemblies of God Ministry that supports the disability needs in the church. Click here to visit the website.
Store to Door
Store to Door is a non-profit organization that provides quality, affordable grocery shopping and prescription delivery services to aging and disabled adults. With their network of public and private partnerships, Store to Door delivers personal service tailored to individuals' needs that enhances independent living. Click here to visit the website.
VEAP (Volunteers Enlisted to Assist People). VEAP founders believed helping a neighbor in need ultimately strengthens the community, and VEAP has been operating under this principle for 35 years, providing a range of services to help low-income people meet immediate needs and reach their long-term goal of stability. Today, VEAP serves the residents of Bloomington, Richfield, Edina, and South Minneapolis by utilizing a unique mix of professional and volunteer services. Service programs include food, transporation, social services, and seasonal. Click here to visit the website.