Executive Director Kevin Ward dreams about and shares a vision for Interfaith’s critical programs and services.

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We have much to celebrate

With the month of Ramadan soon coming to a close, Ramadan Mubarak to our Muslim neighbors who are observing. And, this May we are excited to tell you more about the Great Expectations (GE) Initiative. GE is a collaborative partnership between the Orono and Wayzata School Districts and Interfaith Outreach to help ensure every child in our community has access to educational opportunities from cradle to career. I’ll be speaking at the virtual Caring for Kids Fundraising Breakfast on May 19, too! Read more.

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Invite friends, colleagues to the
Caring for Kids Fundraising Breakfast

Virtual  |  Wednesday, May 19  |  8 to 8:40 a.m.

Grab your breakfast, join us virtually and together let’s raise $150,000 in scholarships for kids—birth to age 5—who are facing barriers to quality early childhood education. Register today to meet Said, guest speaker and a very special dad whose daughter received a CfK scholarship:

“The Caring for Kids program is irreplaceable and there is no other program I have seen that is so effective at empowering people’s lives and kids and families.” -Said

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Thank you for preventing hunger!

If the pandemic has reminded us of anything, it is that this caring community knows how to come together to accomplish great things in the face of challenge. Thanks to you, the Interfaith Outreach Prevent Hunger campaign raised $229,000 to prevent hunger in our community. Your financial and in-kind gifts helped stock the food shelf with the most-needed items and fund our food, employment and family support services. Read more.

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Building an ecosystem of support

Joyce Hayden is an incredible source of wisdom and care, personally and professionally. In particular, her heart and passion lie in supporting high school-age students and their families. “We can all do our part to help people feel they are cared for and that they matter,” says Joyce. Meet Joyce.

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We have great expectations for what
we can do together

Calling all caring community members to help make expectations a reality!

The annual Great Expectations campaign raises funds to address the educational inequities in our community. The Great Expectations Initiative is anchored by Interfaith Outreach and the Orono and Wayzata School Districts. This year’s goal of raising $400,000 by June 30 will help ensure every child in our community has access to educational opportunities, from cradle to career. Learn more.

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