“I love the Census slogan this year: “Everyone Counts”. It is why I work as the director, community organizer, communications-lead, and chief cook and bottle-washer for KFNA. Every person deserves to be seen, and heard, and validated as a unique human on this strange and wonderful planet that we share. I am committed to continuing to reach out and connect people to each other and other great organizations, and work to see that no one is sitting alone, in despair and hopelessness, because every person has talents and skills to share. Helping others, specifically through volunteering, builds connections and community, bolsters self-esteem, and creates a team mentality and engaging our full community is critical to creating one Minneapolis.”
–Sarah Linnes-Robinson, KFNA Executive Director
This week, KFNA Staff and Board of Directors have made commitments to one another to how we will, both as individuals and as an organization, create a more just Minneapolis.
We are calling on community members, to do the same and submit an audio recording of their commitments to action, over the following week, in response to the question above.
There are four ways for you to share your commitments:
1) Call and leave a message @ 612-234-1867
2) Record a “Voice Memo” on your phone and email it to
3) Submit a written comment of (which will be read and recorded by a KFNA board member) to
4) Send a written or voice message via the mobile Facebook messenger app to The Kingfield Neighborhood Association
Submission Length: Please keep your answers to 60 seconds or 200 words (if written)
Submission Deadline: Friday June 19th @ 9pm