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Organization, Parent Organization, Address Category  Website/Contact Inoformation Description 
American Assoication of University of Women (AAUW)
2115 Stevens Avenue South
Minneapolis, MN 55404-2543
Civil Rights, Social Action, Advocacy AAUW advances equity for women and girls through advocacy,  education, philanthropy, and research.
Honoring Women Worldwide
411 Main St # 304
St Paul, MN, 55102 
Civil Rights, Social Action, Advocacy

Honoring Women Worldwide’s focus is to honor and unite women to positively change and thrive in their world by teaching, promoting and demonstrating the importance of sponsoring, assisting, networking, mentoring and relying on one another to further women’s causes. Honoring Women Worldwide focuses on leveraging women’s untapped leadership capabilities, building community across cultures and creating a unique global education. We are multicultural, multigenerational and multifaceted. 
League of Women Voters
81 S 9th St # 335
Minneapolis, MN, 55402 
Civil Rights, Social Action, Advocacy The League of Women Voters is a citizens’ organization that has fought since 1920 to improve our government and engage all citizens in the decisions that impact their lives.  We operate at national, state and local levels through more than 800 state and local Leagues, in all 50 states as well in DC, Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands and Hong Kong.  
Minnesota ACE Network Civil Rights, Social Action, Advocacy Dedicated to supporting women in all areas of higher education, the Minnesota ACE Network represents women in — or aspiring to — leadership positions in higher education. We help women develop the skills and talents needed to become the visionary leaders of tomorrow.
Minnesota NOW
550 Rice St. #102
St. Paul, MN, 55103
Civil Rights, Social Action, Advocacy MN NOW is a multi-issue, grassroots advocate working for women's rights in Minnesota.  Unlike single-user groups, MN NOW works on the whole range of women's issues, which allows us to shift focus when the need or desire arises for the maximum benefit of women.  
Minnesota Women Consortium
550 Rice Street
St. Paul, MN, 55103
Civil Rights, Social Action, Advocacy The Minnesota Women’s Consortium is the only one of its kind in the country. As a statewide collaboration of 160+ member organizations, the Consortium serves as a resource center to enhance equality and justice for women and children. The Consortium does not take a stand on issues but rather helps women working for progressive social change stay in touch.
Minnesota Women in Psychology
5244 114th Avenue
Clear Lake, MN, 55319
Civil Rights, Social Action, Advocacy www. Minnesota Women in Psychology is committed to furthering the psychological, social, and emotional well being of women in the mental health profession. It will do this by promoting the professional development of women in psychological professions, informing members about ideas and issues that affect women, developing network and support group systems, and taking action in the best interest of Minnesota women.
Minnesota Women’s Foundation
155 5th Ave S # 500 
Minneapolis, MN, 55401
Civil Rights, Social Action, Advocacy Founded in 1983 as the very first statewide women's foundation in the country, the Women's Foundation of Minnesota is growing a state of equality for all women and girls statewide — and with it, stronger communities and a stronger Minnesota.
Nation Council of Jewish Women (NCJW )
13100 Wayzata Boulevard Suite 160
Minnetonka, MN, 55305
Civil Rights, Social Action, Advocacy The National Council of Jewish Women (NCJW) is a grassroots organization of volunteers and advocates who turn progressive ideals into action. Inspired by Jewish values, NCJW strives for social justice by improving the quality of life for women, children, and families and by safeguarding individual rights and freedoms.
WARM - Women's Art Registry of Minnesota   
550 Rice St.                                                 St. Paul, MN 55103
Civil Rights, Social Action, Advocacy The Women’s Art Resources of Minnesota (WARM) is located in the Minneapolis/St.Paul area in Minnesota. We are a women’s art organization that serves Midwest women artists through a variety of programming.
White House Project - Midwest Civil Rights, Social Action, Advocacy The mission of The White House Project is to ignite the leadership of women in business and politics. We connect, coach, and educate an ever-expanding alumnae network of 14,000 nationwide. With a focus on women age 21-35, we activate the ambition, creativity, and skills necessary for innovative and effective leadership.
Women Winning
2324 W. University Ave., Suite 120B
St. Paul, MN, 55114
Civil Rights, Social Action, Advocacy The mission of womenwinning is to encourage, promote and support pro-choice women's leadership in all political parties and levels of public office. Womenwinning was established in 1982 by 25 non-partisan pro-choice women who wanted to increase the number of women in public office.
Center on Women and Public Policy 
264 Humphrey School
301 19th Avenue South
Minneapolis, MN, 55455
Civil Rights, Social Action, Advocacy, Youth Development Welcome to the nation’s first complete teaching, research, and outreach center devoted to women and public policy. Since 1985, the Center on Women and Public Policy (CWPP) has used gender analysis to challenge fundamental assumptions about politics, law, and economics on issues ranging from human rights to judicial selection and independence.
Minnesota Women's Consortium
550 Rice St.
St Paul, MN, 55103
Civil Rights, Social Action, Advocacy, Youth Development An association of 150+ organizations and thousands of individuals committed to achieving full equality for women and girls. Our mission is to achieve full equality for women and girls by connecting organizations that share this goal. And if you think women's equality has been achieved, think again! 
Ann Bancroft Foundation
808 14th Avenue S.E.
Minneapolis, MN, 55414 
Community Improvement, Capacity Building, Economic Development The Ann Bancroft Foundation supports girls and women to realize their highest dreams and potential. The Foundation endeavors to live this mission by recognizing individual achievement and by promoting initiatives that inspire courage, risk-taking, integrity and individuality in girls and women.


Minnesota Black Women's Health Collaborative 1141 Thomas Ave. N.
Minneapolis, MN, 55411 
Community Improvement, Capacity Building, Economic Development The Minnesota Black Women's Health Collaborative is a health advocacy organization that collaborates with education, health, and family providers serving African American families and caregivers to advocate for development of education and health programs and build healthy communities. 
Women Venture 
2324 University Ave W # 120 
Saint Paul, MN, 55114
Community Improvement, Capacity Building, Economic Development WomenVenture is a leader in providing the tools and support to help women start and grow
a business, find a new job, or develop a new career path.
Midwest Health Center for Women/Whole Woman's Health
33 South 5th Street
 Minneapolis, MN, 55402
Health Whole Woman’s Health of The Twin Cities is now carrying on the work of Midwest Health Center for Women and Meadowbrook Women’s Clinic via one location in Minneapolis. We are a patient-centered women’s healthcare practice, where the focus is on the whole woman — her mind, her heart, and her body.
Sisters in Harmony
Women's Cancer Resource
200 First St. S.W.
Rochester, MN, 55905 
Health Sisters in Harmony is a culturally based healthcare navigation program that helps guide African and African American women with breast or cervical cancer through their cancer journey by connecting them with appropriate medical resources and community support services. The program combines the positive qualities of African and African American cultures and health practices.
Women's Press 
970 Raymond Avenue, Suite 201
St. Paul, MN, 55114 
Media Biweekly newspaper with focus on women’s
ideas and issues.
African Women's Resource Center
450 N. Syndicate St., Ste. 80
St. Paul, MN, 55104 
Social Services Phone: (651) 646-5657
The African Women's Resource Center (AWRC) was founded in 1997 by a group of African women advocates in Minnesota who recognized the need for a safe and culturally competent environment to provide community education, domestic abuse counseling, sexual assault advocacy, and other survival services to African women living in Minnesota. AWRC aims to empower African women's voices and raise awareness through education, resources, and referrals. 
Asian Women United of Minnesota
P.O. Box 6223
St. Paul, MN, 55406 
Social Services  Asian Women United of Minnesota (AWUM) is a community-based organization that works to end violence against Asian women and children, and to empower Asian women and girls. AWUM provides support, advocacy, and safe shelter for battered women and their children; educates and organizes the Asiasian American and mainstream communities on the issues of battering; and provides leadership opportunities for women and girls of Asian descent. The organization maintains a 24-hour crisis hotline at 612-724-8823 
East African Women's Center
1525 South 4th Street
Minneapolis, MN, 55454
Social Services Part of the Confederation of Somali Community in Minnesota. CSCM opened the East African Women's Center on February 1, 2005, to fill gaps in service and support families holistically and across generations as they make the journey into American life. The Women's Center serves mothers with small children, pre-teen and teenage girls, and our elder women.
Galore: Professional Hmong Women's Network P.O. Box 4596
Saint Paul, MN, 55104
Social Services Our agency is here as a resource and support for Hmong women in their economic transformation and the impact their transformations have within their own communities. We Lead, Educate, Advocate and Develop!
Girl Scouts of Minnesota and Wisconsin River Valleys Dakota Hills Middle School
4183 Braddock Trail
Eagan, MN, 55123
Social Services Each year, the Girl Scouts of Minnesota and Wisconsin River Valleys serves nearly 45,000 girls in 49 counties. With the support of almost 18,000 volunteers, we help girls discover new abilities, connect with friends, and take action to improve their communities. Girls of all abilities in kindergarten through 12th grade are welcome. Adult volunteers are welcome too.
Hnub Tshiab:Hmong Women Achieving Together (HWAT) 
P.O Box 14127
Saint Paul, MN, 55114
Social Services HWAT mobilizes Hmong women and girls to actively engage and participate in their families and communities to elevate the status of Hmong women and to shape their own lives. HWAT does not work directly with individuals, but selects projects that cast a wide net toward the community to change in ways that will be more inclusive of Hmong women at the decision making tables, and to inform others about the status of Hmong women and improve opportunities for their voices to be sought and heard, and their issues to be championed
Isis Center
3138 Clinton Ave. S.
Minneapolis, MN, 55408 
Social Services Rosemary Williams  Isis Center is a women's center that supports a teen mothers program; an academic enrichment program for youth; and an African cultures program, which includes dance, drumming, and percussion instruments. The organization also provides referrals for housing and domestic abuse. 
Lao Mothers and Girls Alliance
1396 Michelle Dr.
Eagan, MN, 55123 
Social Services Banlang Phoumasavong
Phone: 651-454-8262 
Lao Mothers and Girls Alliance works to empower Laotian girls and women and to improve their economic situation. It encourages Lao girls to continue education through school activities and tutoring. It also seeks to preserve traditional Lao culture while introducing newcomers to American laws and culture. The alliance offers free instruction in Lao classical dance to all interested people at Roosevelt High School. 
Midwest Community Development, Inc.
1808 Riverside Avenue South, Suite 206 Minneapolis MN, 55454
Social Services  MCDI's mission is to enhance the quality of life for Somali women and children living in Minnesota. Organizational goals include: Serving as a bridge between Somali women & children and agencies and institutions to ensure that the needs of Somali women & children are met.
Minnesota African Women's Association
2207 Second Street
Minneapolis, MN, 55411 
Social Services  The Minnesota African Women's Association (MAWA) was created as a vehicle to empower African women and girls, especially those lacking the necessary resources to connect, integrate, and seize opportunities to develop and refine skills as they settle in the Twin Cities metropolitan area. The organization's mission is to promote the health and well-being of African refugee and immigrant women and their families.
Out To Brunch
PO Box 582682
Minneapolis, MN, 55458
Social Services  

The Purpose of Out To Brunch is to provide a safe, friendly, social network for all lesbian oriented women, regardless of race, creed, age or ability.

Women Venture  
2324 University Ave W # 120 
Saint Paul, MN, 55114
Social Services WomenVenture is a leader in providing the tools and support to help women start and grow
a business, find a new job, or develop a new career path.
Women's Advocates
588 Grand Ave 
St Paul, MN, 55102
Social Services Women’s Advocates is a safe place where battered women and their children can escape
domestic violence. In addition to providing shelter, Women’s Advocates provides advocacy,
personalized support (including mental health therapy and aftercare services), education, and resources for nearly 1,000 women and children every year. The first shelter in the nation for battered women and their children, Women’s Advocates opened its doors in 1974. Women’s Advocates welcomes women and children of all backgrounds and cultures. 
Center on Women and Public Policy
264 Humphrey School
301 19th Avenue South
Minneapolis, MN, 55455
U of MN Campus Resource Welcome to the nation’s first complete teaching, research, and outreach center devoted to
women and public policy. Since 1985, the Center on Women and Public Policy (CWPP) has used gender analysis to challenge fundamental assumptions about politics, law, and economics on issues ranging from human rights to judicial selection and independence.
Deborah E. Powell Center for Women’s Health
420 Delaware St. SE                                   Minneapolis, MN  55455
U of MN Campus Resource The Deborah E. Powell Center for Women’s Health, A National Center of Excellence, is focused on promoting, facilitating and disseminating research on women’s health.
Vision: To ensure that the academic resources at the University of Minnesota are used to advance knowledge that impacts the health of women and their communities.

Mission: To catalyze partnerships and research that improve the health of women across the lifespan. 

Department of Gender, Women, & Sexuality Studies                                       425 Ford Hall                                         
224 Church St SE                                       Minneapolis, MN, 55455
U of MN Campus Resource The Department of Gender, Women, and Sexuality Studies at the University of Minnesota
promotes scholarship that pushes established boundaries while providing a rich and rigorous undergraduate and graduate education that asks students to view the worlds around them with a curious yet critical lens.
The Rachel Raimist Feminist Media Center (RRFMC)
468 Ford Hall
224 Church Street Southeast
Minneapolis, MN, 55455
U of MN Campus Resource The Rachel Raimist Feminist Media Center (RRFMC) is a teaching classroom and open lab for Gender, Women, and Sexuality Studies and GLBT Studies students, faculty and staff, and a multimedia training and production facility. This lab provides the physical space and infrastructure to support a variety of instructor and faculty training, curriculum development, and research efforts for the Department of Gender, Women, and Sexuality Studies, GLBT Studies, and the broader community of feminist, gender, and sexuality studies scholars at the University of Minnesota. 
The Tucker Center for Research on Girls and Women in Sports
203 Cooke Hall
1900 University Ave. SE
Minneapolis, MN 55455
U of MN Campus Resource The first of its kind in the world, the Tucker Center is an interdisciplinary research center
leading a pioneering effort to examine how sport and physical activity affect the lives of girls and women, their families, and communities.
The Women’s Philanthropic Leadership Circle            
105 Burton Hall                                           
178 Pillsbury Dr. S.E.                               Minneapolis, MN 55455
U of MN Campus Resource The Women’s Philanthropic Leadership Circle (WPLC) was founded to engage interest in philanthropy and channel it into initiatives that support women’s leadership in education and human development. Its mission is to create a welcoming circle of women that combines its resources to support and develop women leaders and philanthropists through the College of Education and Human Development.
University Women of Color  U of MN Campus Resource Women of color at the University of Minnesota play a vital role in the advancement of the mission of the institution as a whole. University Women of Color sponsors events and gatherings that create a space for all women of color within the University to feel valued, supported, respected, and connected.
Voices From the Gaps: Women Writers and Artists of Color
U of MN Campus Resource Celebrating and documenting the creativity of Asian, Black, Latina, and Native women, VG is one of the internet's most comprehensive and well-respected academic databases for women artists of color. We provide innovative teaching and research tools for accessing a global community of women writers of color living and dead, obscure and renowned.
Women Center
64 Appleby Hall
128 Pleasant St SE
Minneapolis, MN 55455 
U of MN Campus Resource, Community Improvement The Women’s Center advances equity for women students, staff, faculty and alumnae across identities by increasing connections for women’s success, cultivating socially responsible leaders, and advocating for organizational culture change toward excellence for all.
A part of the Office for Equity and Diversity, the Women’s Center supports the University of Minnesota’s goals, particularly to improve the human condition, provide extraordinary education, foster a culture of excellence, create an inclusive and diverse University community, and become one of the top universities in the world. Listed below is a sampling of our programs and 
Amigos de las Americas
1170 15 Ave. SE
Minneapolis, MN, 55414 
Youth Development Amigos de las Americas provides leadership development opportunities for North American youth, improved community health in Latin America, and better cross-cultural understanding on both continents. The organization works primarily with youth in the Twin Cities metropolitan area and surrounding counties.
Beacons Minneapolis     
30 South 9th St.
Minneapolis, MN, 55402
Youth Development The Minneapolis Beacons Network is a collaborative initiative between schools, community, and families with the mission to improve academic, social, and lifework development of youth in low-income communities. Minneapolis Beacons engages youth as leaders and learners by transforming schools into active youth centers afterschool and in the summer, providing free educational, recreational, and leadership development activities for youth and their families.  
Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Greater Twin Cities
2550 University Ave W 
St Paul, MN 55114
Youth Development For more than 100 years, Big Brothers Big Sisters has operated under the belief that inherent in every child is the ability to succeed and thrive in life. As the nation’s largest donor and volunteer supported mentoring network, Big Brothers Big Sisters makes meaningful, monitored matches between adult volunteers (“Bigs”) and children (“Littles”), ages 6 through 18, in communities across the country. We develop positive relationships that have a direct and lasting effect on the lives of young people. 
Black Achievers Minneapolis
North Community YMCA
1711 Broadway Ave. N.
Minneapolis, MN, 55411 
Youth Development   This mentor group exposes African American youth to various colleges and careers, and facilitates youth participation in community service projects. 
Boys and Girls Club of the Twin Cities             690 Jackson Street
St. Paul, MN, 55130
Youth Development The Boys & Girls Clubs of the Twin Cities enable all young people, especially those who need us most, to reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens.
Circle of Discipline Inc
1201 E Lake St
Minneapolis, MN, 55407
Youth Development Circle of Discipline mission is to provide youth and young adults with alternative programs and enrichment activities that address their physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual needs—360 degrees of balance, which empowers them to reach their full potential and become positive leaders in their communities, cities, state, and in a global society.
Girls in Action
The Power of People Institute
600 18th Avenue N, Suite 1
Minneapolis, MN  55411
Youth Development Girls in Action™ is a weekly project for high school girls that extends throughout the school year and is integrated into the regular school day. The project is an innovative four–tiered, curriculum-based program that strives to decrease and prevent violence among urban high school girls while positively reengaging them in academics and leadership.    
Hennepin Community Transition Interagency Committee (CTIC) Youth Development Connects youth/young adults with disabilities and their families to community resources in Hennepin County. Works to empower them to strengthen advocacy skills in order to navigate their life plan.
Jack and Jill of America--St. Paul Chapter
Jack and Jill of America Foundation, Inc.
6300 Gleason Road
Edina, MN, 55439 
Youth Development  Jack and Jill of America provides cultural, social, civic, and recreational activities for African American mothers and their children aged 2-18. The organization's mission is to provide a socially and culturally positive experience for children. The organization also supports legislative issues that have an impact on children. 
Kulture Klub Collaborative               
41 N. 12th Street
Minneapolis, MN, 55403
Youth Development Kulture Klub Collaborative is an independent nonprofit arts organization that brings together artists and homeless teens at YouthLink/Project OffStreets, a crisis drop-in center- located in downtown Minneapolis. Through workshops, open mics, cultural presentations, and "art views," homeless teens develop their creative expression, receive exposure to artistic excellence, and enter into a group of peers, supportive adults, and diverse social communities. 
La Escuelita                
4137 Bloomington Ave
Minneapolis, MN, 55407    
Youth Development La Escuelita's mission is to develop and implement strategies for youth development that increase Latino youth academic success in Minneapolis. La Escuelita is an after-school program that provides academic assistance and leadership opportunities to Latino youth ages 12-18. All students receive homework help before separating into different projects per age group.
Little Earth Neighborhood Early Learning Center  2438 18th Ave. S.
Minneapolis, MN, 55404 
Youth Development The mission of Little Earth Neighborhood Early Learning Center (LENELC) is to provide a community-owned center whose leadership is committed to working with the Little Earth housing community, American Indian families, and the Phillips neighborhood to maintain a neighborhood facility for culturally based early childhood education. LENELC is a gathering place and learning center to support stronger families, healthier children, and brighter hopes. 
Minneapolis CARES Mentoring Movement   
1 South Ninth Street, Suite 200
Minneapolis, MN, 55402
Youth Development NCMM’s mission is to create a highly visible and effective national mentoring campaign targeting the Black community. The specific goals of the Minneapolis CARES Mentoring Movement are to bring guidance to the lives of youngsters by pairing them with organizations that offer mentoring services and programs and to significantly increase the pool of caring Black mentors.
Minneapolis Youth Coordinating Board (YCB)
330 2nd Avenue South, Suite 540
Minneapolis, MN, 55401
Youth Development The Minneapolis Youth Coordinating Board promotes the health, safety, education and overall development of Minneapolis youth.
Minneapolis Youth Diversion
41 N. 12th St.
Minneapolis, MN, 55403 
Youth Development Minneapolis Youth Diversion offers individual counseling, peer support groups, truancy intervention groups, advocacy for continuing education programs, family counseling consistent with the values of the American Indian people, and advocacy to keep youth out of the juvenile justice system. Group experiences are based on cultural activities, field trips, and events. The program targets American Indian youth, aged 10-18 years, who reside in south and north Minneapolis. Clients may be self-referred, school-referred, or referred by social agencies. 
Network for the Development of Children of African Descent
655 Fairview Ave N.
St Paul, MN, 55104 
Youth Development The mission of the Network for the Development of Children of African Descent (NdCAD) is to strengthen the cultural connections within communities of African descent that promote, sustain, and enhance the healthy development of children. The organization engages in book distribution and literacy outreach, provides reading instruction and tutoring, offers family and community literacy activities, provides training and adult education, and maintains a cultural resource lending library. 
Oromia Youth Association
1505 S. Fifth St.
Minneapolis, MN, 55454 
Youth Development The mission of the Oromia Youth Association is to promote Oromo culture and language among youth to ensure that they do not lose their cultural identity and roots. The organization provides positive role models, educational support, and general assistance to newly arrived Oromia youth refugees, and strives to contribute to the social, economic, educational, technological, and political development of all Oromo people. 
Park Avenue Foundation
Park Avenue Church
3400 Park Ave.
Minneapolis, MN, 55407 
Youth Development Park Avenue Foundation's mission is to support and develop youth and families in the Minneapolis community through programs, partnerships, and advocacy. Current initiatives include an Urban Summer Program serving 300+ kids and employing community members, a science enrichment project called Tronix Team, Friends & Amigos bilingual family program, a medical clinic, and a legal clinic. 
One Groveland Terrace, Suite 300
Minneapolis, MN, 55403
Youth Development Project SUCCESS is a youth-development organization that works with students over a seven-year period, from middle school through high school, to help them develop life-skills that can transform their lives. Through our goal-setting workshops, theater experiences, and special programming/services, students learn to make informed choices and plan for meaningful futures.
3217 Hennepin Ave S, Suite 2
Minneapolis, MN, 55408
Youth Development  
Somali American Education Program
1931 South 5th Street 
Minneapolis, MN 55454
Youth Development   The mission of SAEP is closing the educational gap and promoting higher academic achievements and career advancements of Somali American students.
St. Paul Youth Services
 2100 Wilson Ave 
St Paul, MN, 55119
Youth Development St. Paul Youth Services redirects youth who are starting to get in trouble at home, at school, or with the law.
The League of Young Voters- Twin Cities
540 President St., 3rd Floor
Brooklyn, NY, 11215
Youth Development The League of Young Voters empowers young people nationwide to participate in the democratic process and create progressive political change on the local, state and national level – with a focus on non-college youth and youth from low-income communities and communities of color.  The League makes political engagement relevant by meeting young people where they are, working on issues that affect their lives, and providing them with tools, training, and support to become serious catalysts for change in their communities. Founded in 2003, the League has become one of the strongest youth organizations in the country fighting for progressive change.

Our long term strategy is to build an inspired, engaged and effective culture and community around youth participation. We're building permanent progressive youth-driven field and issue based campaigns that will build power to significantly impact local, state, and federal policy and elections nationwide. We expect it will take decades to achieve this scale, but we're in it for the long haul.

The Loft Summit-University Teen Center, Inc. 1063 Iglehart Ave.
St. Paul, MN,   55104 
Youth Development   The Loft promotes youth development in St. Paul's African American community. Programs include participatory recreation, employment assistance and counseling, leadership training, community service projects, health education, family planning, and teen pregnancy prevention for males and females. It uses a drop-in counseling format that allows teens to plan programs for their peers. 
Trans Youth Support Network
3405 Chicago Avenue South (office)
Minneapolis, MN, 55407
Youth Development  
YMCA Twin Cities          
2125 E. Hennepin Ave.
Minneapolis, MN, 55413
Youth Development The YMCA is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit social services organization dedicated to Youth Development, Healthy Living, and Social Responsibility.
Calliope Women's Chorus
P.O.Box 4474
Saint Paul, MN 55104 Calliope Women’s Chorus, founded in 1976, is the second oldest feminist chorus in the United States. Calliope held its first self-produced concert in 1982, and continues to offer at least two full concert programs per season plus several community performances. In 1992, Calliope incorporated as a 501(c)3 non-profit organization.

Calliope members are lesbian, bisexual and heterosexual. We welcome women to join us in singing with excellence and pride. Our concert themes and programming promote social change through increasing awareness about the subject of each concert and “keeping hope alive” for the people who work for change.

Twin Cities Women's Choir
1672 Mackubin St.
St. Paul, MN 55117 Thank you for your interest in the Twin Cities Women's Choir. The choir was founded in August 1997 by Mary A. Bussman and a group of 16 dedicated singers. We have grown into a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization with an active board, committed financial supporters and more than 150 energetic singers.