Join us at Future Giving+Together Events
Our Giving+Together events bring fundholders together to learn about a variety of topics related to charitable giving. If you are a current fundholder, please contact your philanthropic advisor to learn more or RSVP for an upcoming event.
Join us at Future North Star Society Events
Annually, we host two events for members of the North Star Society. Members of the North Star Society have included the Foundation in their wills or estate plans and are beacons of light for future generations. If you are a member of the North Star Society, please contact your philanthropic advisor to learn more about upcoming events.
Facing Race Awards Post-show Conversation
Following the Facing Race Awards premiere, we invite you to join us for a conversation with this year's honorees, hosted by Nadege Souvenir. Participation is free, but registration is required.
15th Annual Facing Race Awards
Tune in to the 15th annual Facing Race Awards, premiering October 24 at 7 p.m. on your local TPT MN channel.
TPT MN Channel
Giving+Together: Bridging the Justice Divide
Join the Foundation for a virtual event and hear from panelists who are working to reform the criminal justice system. The discussion will explore how we can work inside and outside of the criminal justice system to create economic mobility and life success for those impacted.
Philanthropy Boot Camp
Do you have children, grandchildren or other loved ones in your life aged 5-17? If so, we hope that they - and you - will join the Foundation for a virtual, hour-long event designed to engage youth in giving.
At this exclusive event, young people will have the opportunity to participate in fun, interactive activities and conversations around kindness and giving with their families, friends or caregivers. The event will be presented in partnership with Doing Good TogetherTM, a national nonprofit based in Minnesota that empowers families to raise generous, thoughtful and engaged children by offering opportunities to practice kindness and serve others together
This event is for fundholders' children, grandchildren or other loved ones aged 5-17.
Homelessness is not inevitable and can be solved with housing resources and programs. Join us for a webinar conversation and hear from community experts about who is experiencing homelessness, what factors may contribute to people becoming homeless and pathways to end homelessness.
Giving+Together: Health Equity in the Age of COVID-19
COVID-19 has impacted us all and threatened the lives of older adults. Tragically, 89% of COVID-19 deaths in Minnesota were individuals 65 years or older. The pandemic also shed light on the disparities between the metro and Greater Minnesota, and for older people of color who historically have faced challenges accessing culturally respectful healthcare.
How can we improve health outcomes for under-served individuals, especially those in Greater Minnesota and from communities of color? Hear from three experts about the intersection of age, geography, race and healthcare during the pandemic.View the event recap
Equity Inside Out
Though the Saint Paul & Minnesota Foundation has long advocated for equity, the racial reckoning of 2020 lifted these issues to the forefront. If you have not been steeped in this work, it may feel like a new language or foreign territory. Join Eric J. Jolly, Ph.D., president & CEO, and Nadege Souvenir, senior vice president of Operations & Learning, as they have a conversation about equity, diversity and inclusion (EDI).
Attend the webinar and learn a little bit about EDI, from key terminology to personal experiences to resources for more learning. We will also answer some common donor questions and share some of the Foundation's racial equity work.
Giving+Together: Higher Education
Studies show that higher education provides numerous life benefits and offers an intergenerational pathway out of poverty. Yet high-income, white students are more than twice as likely to graduate from college compared to their low-income peers of color. How can we minimize the achievement gap in higher education?
At this webinar, three speakers highlighted programs that provide college preparation and support to low-income, new Americans and BIPOC students. Learn how these initiatives are helping students prepare for and navigate postsecondary experiences, leading to higher retention rates in school and overall academic success.View the video and read about the event
COVID-19 and The Color of Justice with Dr. Michael Osterholm and Andi Egbert
Hear directly from Dr. Michael Osterholm from the Center for Infectious Disease Research and Policy at the University of Minnesota, and Andi Egbert, senior research associate at American Public Media Research Lab and research lead on the Color of Coronavirus Project, on how COVID-19 disproportionately affects Black, Indigenous and People of Color.