What we Work For

We engage families, programs, & communities in building key protective factors.

Children are more likely to thrive when their families have the support they need. By assuring children and families have their basic needs met, we build family relicense, prevent child maltreatment, and contribute to more positive outcomes.

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Our Programs

Caring Neighbor

Passionate individuals crowdfunding assistance and critical goods to families struggling to meet basic needs.

Adopt-A-Social Worker

Building localized partnerships with community groups & organizations to provide critical support to vulnerable children.

Youth in Transition

Supporting youth transitioning out, or aging out, of foster care maintain safe and stable housing.

Consulting & Speaking

Delivering practice-oriented consultation to help child serving organizations  achieve better outcomes for children.

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Phone: 612-440-9301
Email: info@careinactionmn.org

Latest Blogs

🕊 Towards a More Trauma-Informed Church: Partnering for Healing 🕊

Dear Church Leaders, At Care in Action Minnesota, we believe that every faith community has the potential to be a powerful force for healing and support. Trauma is not a new concept to the Christian...
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Preventing Family Separation: The Role of Basic Needs Assistance

Family separation is a deeply distressing experience for both parents and children, and it often arises from a multitude of complex factors. One significant contributing factor is the inability of families to meet their basic...
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Faith in Action: How Churches Can Prevent Child Abuse & Neglect in Their Organization

Child abuse and neglect are deeply concerning issues that affect countless children worldwide. As trusted institutions within their communities, churches have a unique opportunity to play a pivotal role in preventing and addressing these harmful...
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Breaking the Cycle: How Providing Basic Needs Supports Family Preservation

Maintaining family unity and preserving the well-being of children is a shared goal across societies. However, many families face significant challenges in meeting their basic needs, which can put them at risk of family separation...
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Back-to-School Supply Fundraiser

Below is a step-by-step guide on how to start your own fundraiser on Donately in support of Care in Action Minnesota's Back-to-School Supply Drive. Click Here to donate to the Back-to-School Fundraiser Clickable link Clickable...
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Announcing Our New Logo & Look!

Big News! After fifteen years, we’re releasing an updated brand identity. You’ll see the new look anywhere we’re out in public, our website, Facebook and Twitter.  This redesign was made possible by the generous support...
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2020 Year in Review

Dear friends, It’s hard to believe it's been 15 years since we started Care in Action Minnesota. A lot has changed in that time and yet much has remained the same. Our developing organizational identity...
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Introducing Care in Action Minnesota’s New Executive Director

Dear Friends of Care in Action Minnesota, I am excited and honoured to begin a new chapter with Care in Action Minnesota as I serve in the role of Executive Director. This is an incredible...
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Announcement: CIAM’s Executive Director Transition

Dear Friends and Supporters or Care in Action Minnesota: I am writing to share some exciting news about my future and the future of Care in Action Minnesota. After a decade and a half of...
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Care in Action Minnesota Receives Grant from Sauer Family Foundation

Minnesota (December 28th, 2020) –Care in Action Minnesota (CIAM) is pleased to announce it has received a $10,000 grant from the Sauer Family Foundation. These funds will support us in our efforts as we work...
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The link between COVID-19 and Child Abuse, and what we can do about it

COVID-19 may not be killing children in the same numbers as adults, but the virus that has locked down the world for nearly 6 months, is having a grave and long-lasting impact on children. When...
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Combating COVID-19 Summer Learning Loss

COVID-19 may not be killing children in the same numbers as adults, but the virus that has locked down the world for nearly 5 months now, is having a grave and long-lasting impact on kids....
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