KFNA needs you to advocate for the future of all Minneapolis neighborhood organizations by submitting supportive public comment to the City by September 30, 2020.
Check out our action guide where you can sign a petition, find a template to contact the City Council, and help spread the word on social media.
During this time of multiple extreme crises, the work of neighborhood organizations is more important than ever and this work must be funded to a sustainable level. We are asking the City to increase neighborhood organization funding in 2021 (instead of cut it!) so that we can successfully implement the racial equity framework proposed by the City and continue to act as a key connector and lead community building, organizing efforts, and provide critical services.