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Star Tribune | Some nonprofits, hurt by the recession, are now expanding

By Neal St. Anthony and Patrick Kennedy Banyan Community, after a three-year fundraising campaign, is building a $6 million center that will allow it to serve at least 100 more low-income children in the Phillips neighborhood Avenues for Homeless Youth has gone from bleeding money in 2007 to expanding into a new Brooklyn Park facility this year. The Bridge for …

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Incredibowl 2016

Join Avenues for a Sunday afternoon of pins, prizes and pizza at The Park Tavern Bowling & Entertainment Center. Your $40 admission fee covers two games of bowling, shoes, pizza buffet and beverages – $30 goes directly to support Avenues for Homeless Youth! We’ll also raffle off some great prizes as well as award the group with the best team …

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New app looks to connect teens and social service providers

By Neal St. Anthony | Star Tribune | July 15, 2015 A business-nonprofit collaboration has resulted in a new Web application that is helping Twin Cities homeless boys and girls find shelter, a bed and needed services from a dozen agencies that support young people. It also helps families connect with related services faster. ‚ÄúThis puts the resources right in …