As Minneapolis and St. Paul communities work to clean and rebuild, here is a running list of fundraisers for businesses and community organizations, including activists seeking assistance. We have another running list of damaged businesses here.
This list will be updated as we're made aware of more fundraisers. If you have a fundraiser you want to share, email email@example.com.
Help for businesses
- Cindy and Assad Awaijane’s Stop and Shop on Lake Street
- DreamHaven Books, on E. 35th Street and 23rd Avenue South
- La Tropicana in Plaza Mexico
- Metro Behavioral Health, which is black-owned and "completely burned and destroyed" on Lake Street
– Small Businesses On Lake Street, organized by teen activists
- St. Vincent de Paul on Lake Street
Organizations seeking help
– Centro de Trabajadores Unidos En La Lucha (CTUL) is collecting funds for distributing water, fire extinguishers, masks and other supplies for protesters and residents in need
- Cutz Too Barbershop on Lake Street
- Fillthebus612 - Volunteers collecting and distributing food and other supplies
– GoFundMe for George Floyd's family
- GoFundMe for George Floyd's young daughter
- Gender, Women and Sexuality Studies graduate students at the University of Minnesota in need of help with housing, other needs related to unrest
– Minnesota Freedom Fund - covers bail and immigration bonds for those who can't afford it.
- Minnesota Transitions Charter School's award-winning drum and dance team, Unlimited Next Level Drill Team (their practice space at MTCS was destroyed)
– Sanctuary Covenent Church is collecting food and financial donations for families in need.