News and Opportunities for West Bank Nonprofits

News and Opportunities for West Bank Nonprofits

Hello West Bank Nonprofit friends!

Please see below for several opportunities and events – including several opportunities just for you!

Nonprofit Networking

Join us this Thursday April 2, 9:30 am at the Southern Theater for Nonprofit Networking. This is an informal monthly meeting, a chance to connect with other nonprofits working on the West Bank. Stop by to get some free coffee and treats and meet some of the other awesome community-minded organizations in our neighborhood!

Pro Bono Marketing Assistance

Need help drafting a marketing plan? Want help drafting a content strategy for your Social Media? Need some photography done for your organization? The WBBA is excited to announce that we have funds available to help arts and cultural nonprofits on the West Bank! For more information or to set up an appointment please contact us at:

Earth Day Event and Neighborhood Cleanup

Wednesday April 22 –1pm-4pm The West Bank Business Association (WBBA) is hosting a neighborhood cleanup & graffiti removal event from 12:00-4:00 pm on Earth Day (April 22). We will provide gloves, cleaning supplies, and trash bags. Please meet at Edna’s Park (next to Wienery) and branch out from there. Sign-ups are appreciated but not required.

Volunteers will be invited to a celebration at Brian Coyle center at 5:30pm with treats for all Earth-Day/Week volunteers!

The West Bank Vision

Friday April 24, 10:00am-11:30am at Mixed Blood Theatre

Stadiums, Sidewalks, Streetscapes and more! There’s lots of development going on all over Minneapolis, including Downtown and the West Bank. Please join us as we connect with Council Members Frey, Gordon, & Warsame who will share their insight on the plans for Downtown Minneapolis and how the West Bank / Cedar-Riverside community fits.

How do we work together and cultivate the changes we want to see in our neighborhood? We’ll be sharing information on the neighborhood’s active workgroups, committees, and how you can be more involved.

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