Minnesota is one of the least affordable Midwest states for renters
May 19, 2015
Startribune reports that Minnesota is one of the most difficult places in the Midwest to afford rental housing,
Community Leadership Series 2015: Nonprofit Workshop #5
A community leadership series. Six workshops, one each month to help prepare your organization.
These workshops are designed to help people thinking of starting a nonprofit organization decide whether a nonprofit is the best alternative for their organization and to prepare the documents needed to apply to be a nonprofit.
In six months, you will work on completing all the documents you need to apply for your nonprofit status. You'll gain the knowledge you need to start a nonprofit or be ready to participate as a board member and save the cash you'd need to pay a nonprofit lawyer.
If you complete all six workshops, you will receive a certificate for completion of the Nonprofit Workshop Series. In addition, Marcy Harris, Lead Instructor and NonProfit Attorney will review your applications to the MN SoS and the IRS so you can be sure it will be accepted.
Workshop #5: Monday June 8th- Using Logic Models & Budgets for Program Planning 5:45 PM - 8:15 PM
Due to a federal court order, USCIS will not begin accepting requests for the expansion of DACA on February 18 as originally planned.
This does not affect existing DACA. CAPSH is continuing to provide application assistance for DACA clients or renewal of DACA under the guidelines established in 2012.
Debido a la orden de la corte federal, USCIS (Servicio de Inmigración) no está recibiendo peticiones bajo la expansión de DACA como estaba planeado para el 18 de febrero.
Esto no afecta las aplicaciones actuales de DACA. CAPSH continua proveyendo asistencia a clientes que son elegible para DACA o a los que necesitan renovar su acción diferida bajo los requerimientos establecidos en el 2012.
CAPSH Opens Energy Assistance Offices in Minneapolis
CAPSH is pleased to announce the opening of three satellite locations in North and South
Minneapolis to expand delivery of the Energy Assistance Program (EAP) to Minneapolis residents.
CAPSH will open its offices at Sabathani Community Center in south Minneapolis on Monday, November 17th, 2014 and the Minneapolis Urban League in north Minneapolis on Monday, December 1st, 2014.
CAPSH Extends Energy Assistance Services to Minneapolis Residents
Minneapolis residents who have received energy assistance in the past, or would like to apply, should call 952-930-3541 or visit www.capsh.org/services/energy-assistance/.
Applications that have already been submitted to Community Action of Minneapolis will be delivered to CAPSH and processed in the order they were received. Clients do not need to submit new applications unless notified by CAPSH.Mail new applications to:Energy Assistance Program8800 Highway 7, Suite 403St. Louis Park, MN 55426
Minneapolis residents who are interested in Weatherization Program, should contact Sustainable Resource Center, Inc at 612-870-4255.
Foreclosure Prevention Counselors Saving Homeowners Millions
Foreclosure prevention counselors have saved homeowners millions of dollars annually, according to a recent study by the Urban Institute for NeighborWorks America.
IRS Warns of Pervasive Phone Scam
The Internal Revenue Service today warned consumers about a sophisticated phone scam targeting taxpayers, including recent immigrants, throughout the country.
CAPSH Announces New Executive Director
CAPSH is pleased to announce the selection of Scott Zemke as its
new Executive Director.
2014 Legal Aid Fact Sheets are now available
Mid-Minnesota Legal Aid and Legal Services State Support offer easy-to-understand fact sheets that give an overview for legal problems in the areas of housing, government benefits, youth, seniors, consumer, family, immigration, employment and taxes.
Visit LawHelpMN.org to view, print or order fact sheets.
Click Here for fact sheets in Spanish.
Caring For Family Puts Women in Fiscal Squeeze
Tuesday 24, 2014
The New York Times reports 1 million fewer women age 45-54 in the U.S. work force than in 2009
95% of Minnesotans Now Have Health Insurance
June 14, 2014
Star Tribune reports only Massachusetts has a higher percentage of people with health insurance.
MPR Says Food Support Use Remains High In Spite of Economic Recovery
June 9, 2014
Minnesota Public Radio Reports over 500,000 Minnesotans continue to use food support despite lower unemployment.
War On Poverty Has Worked in Minnesota
April 30, 2014
MinnPost reports on the changes in poverty rates in Minnesota over the last 50 years.