Who We Are

INVESTORS & MEMBERS

The following organizations have supported the work of the Collaborative:

Ameriprise Financial Services
Bush Foundation
Butler Family Foundation*
Corporation for Supportive Housing
Douglass Brandenborg Family Foundation*
Family Housing Fund
Frey Foundation*
Graves Foundation*
Greater Minnesota Housing Fund*
Greater Twin Cities United Way*
Jay and Rose Phillips Family Foundation of Minnesota*
Margaret A. Cargill Philanthropies*
The McKnight Foundation
The Minneapolis Foundation*
Open Your Heart to the Hungry & Homeless*
Otto Bremer Trust*
Pohlad Family Foundation*
Richard M. Schulze Family Foundation*
Saint Paul & Minnesota Foundations*
Sundance Family Foundation
WCA Foundation*
Wellington Management
Wilder Foundation

*Current Member

The Heading Home Minnesota Funders Collaborative is a member organization comprised of grant makers and intermediaries committed to working together to prevent and end homelessness in Minnesota. The Collaborative brings a strong working relationship with policymakers and the unique contributions of philanthropy to support the implementation of Heading Home: Minnesota’s Plan to Prevent and End Homelessness.

Join us to prevent and end homelessness in Minnesota.

Collaborative membership is open to any grantmaking organization and funding intermediary in the State of Minnesota. For more information on how to join the Collaborative, please contact us.

STEERING COMMITTEE
Stephanie Battle, Collaborative Co-Chair, Director of Community Impact, Saint Paul & Minnesota Foundations
Kyrra Rankine, Collaborative Co-Chair, Director of Partnerships and Initiatives, Graves Foundation
Sam Blackwell, Community Impact Program Manager, Greater Twin Cities United Way
Dan DuHamel, Program Officer, Margaret A. Cargill Philanthropies
Warren Hanson, President and CEO, Greater Minnesota Housing Fund
Brian Paulson, Senior Program Officer, Pohlad Family Foundation
Tessa Wetjen, Program Officer, Otto Bremer Trust
Roger Meyer, Interim Executive Director, Heading Home MN Funders Collaborative
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