May/June updates from Interfaith Outreach

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When You Provide Access, You Create Opportunity

Having options is essential in life. 

Early exposure plays a critical role in understanding your options. If you have never seen what’s possible, you may never realize it’s an option. 

During the Wayzata school district’s spring break this year, Interfaith hosted nine students from Gleason Lake Elementary in grades 3 through 6 who reside in local housing communities supported by our Neighborhood Program.

Collaboration is one our three core values, and this collaboration provided youth in our community with the opportunities to experience new and exciting activities. Read more here.

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Spring has been busy as we rolled out our new Strategic Plan 2022-2025, welcomed (and said farewell to) board members, and continued our work to prevent food insecurity, raising more than $130,000 and collecting nearly 50,000 pounds of donated goods. We're so grateful for your continued passion and involvement!

Read on below to see what else has been happening this season in our amazing community.


Two Sisters, One Shared Mission

Sisters Emily and Ashley started a refreshing tradition - not lemonade in the comfortable warmth of summer, but cocoa and coffee in the frigid cold of winter as a way to help our neighbors who experience food insecurity. Read more here.

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Volunteer Spotlight: Stephanie LaSota

After moving to Plymouth in 2001, Stephanie LaSota wanted to set a good example for her two small children. She was drawn to the mission of Interfaith Outreach. “To this day, that mission and the many friends I have made are what motivate me to continue volunteering.” Read more here.

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Just Four Hours Makes a Difference

Interfaith's food shelf and Resale Select store operate with the support of volunteers - and we need additional, immediate support for weekday volunteer shifts.

Volunteers sort and distribute as much as 4,000 pounds of food and household goods in a four-hour shift, and support our mission, our clients, and our team in many other ways.

Your time is precious to us. Your time makes a difference, here in our community. If you have four free hours, even once a month, we'd love your help as an Interfaith volunteer. 

Sign up (and invite friends) to join our volunteer network today!

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May 14: Resale Select Patio Sale

Click here for more information on Resale Select's Patio Sale - whether you plan to shop, donate items, or both!

June 11: Spread Your Wings

Celebrate our vibrant community at the 2022 Spread Your Wings gala! Tickets are still still available - but going fast! Click here for full event details.

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