Twin Cities Habitat for Humanity with the Minnesota Idea Open: Building Together Across Cultures and Faiths
What is the Minnesota Idea Open?
The Minnesota Idea Open brings everyday Minnesotans together to help solve our state’s most critical issues through statewide idea Challenges. This year, Challenge III: Working Together Across Cultures and Faiths, asks for your best idea to build bonds and work together across cultures and faiths in your community. A public vote will crown three Challenge Champions. Each winning idea receives a $15,000 grant for implementation, and the three Champions also receive a $500 cash prize for their winning ideas. For complete rules and other contest guidelines
How is Twin Cities Habitat for Humanity taking part?
Twin Cities Habitat for Humanity (TCHFH) is hosting 11 special construction days focused on engaging Volunteers from diverse backgrounds to build together. Volunteers are invited to help build affordable homes and engage in discussions aimed at answering the question: “What is your best idea to build bonds and work together across cultures and faiths in your community?”
All 11 of TCHFH’s special “Building Together Across Cultures and Faiths Days” will take place at the Old Third Avenue Townhome site in Northeast Minneapolis.
The Dates Are:
How do I sign up to volunteer with Building Together?
All 'Building Together' Days are currently filled. You can still sign up to volunteer with us by visiting our volunteer registration system or contacting firstname.lastname@example.org | 612-305-7114
For group build days, contact Lindsey Bulger at email@example.com | 612-305-7162
The Idea Open Challenge III: Working Together Across Cultures and Faiths is made possible by
One Nation and three affiliates of Minnesota Philanthropy Partners:
Minnesota Community Foundation, Facing Race and the Multicultural Endowment.