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  • Nonprofit & Education Resources

  • The DCR Chamber created this page for all non-profits members to post updates, news releases and information regarding their organization and the COVID-19 pandemic. To learn more about each individual organization click on their logo. 

  • Nonprofits

    With effective and holistic programming, 360 Communities leverages community partnerships, builds trusting relationships, and breaks cycles of violence and poverty. They strengthen communities with measurable success.


    The American Cancer Society’s mission is to save lives, celebrate lives, and lead the fight for a world without cancer.
    Dakota Child & Family Clinic is a non profit pediatric and family primary care clinic offering full range of primary care services in a warm and friendly environment.
    Investing in the future of Eagan by providing community connections, grants and scholarships.
    The Hope Fieldhouse mission is to enhance and enrich the lives of children and their families within our community by providing a quality athletic facility that is purposeful, safe, and fun.
    MRCI creates innovative and genuine opportunities for people with disabilities or disadvantages at home, at work and in the community.
  • The Open Door is a hunger relief organization dedicated to ending local hunger through access to healthy food. Through its collective programs, The Open Door serves almost 5,000 Dakota County residents each month, and distributes over 1 million pounds of food annually.
    ProAct, Inc. is an organization dedicated to serving people with disabilities and other challenges with a wide range of services that enhance employment skills and self-sufficiency capabilities. They have worked diligently to ensure the health and safety of both our participants and staff during these challenging times relating to the COVID-19 pandemic.
    ACCORD specializes in Community Involvement Programs (CIP) for those facing challenges, uncertainty, hopelessness. From Case Management Services, Employment Support Services, Home Health, and much more, CIP is making a difference in our community and leading the way for the industry in Innovation and Solutions.
    Cerenity Senior Care nourishes independence and dignity by empowering the people we serve in our faith-based communities through innovation, compassion and excellence.
  • DARTS Aging & Caregiving Services is a community-based nonprofit that connects seniors, older adults, and caregivers to services that enrich aging.
    Guild Incorporated provides comprehensive, recovery-oriented health and human services to help people with mental illness lead quality lives. In our vision, individuals and families living and coping with mental illness get practical, responsive help when and where they need it.
  • Kids ‘n Kinship is a non-profit mentoring organization. Their mission is to provide friendships to children ages 5-16 who are in need of a positive adult role model. You can make a difference in your own community.
  • Neighbors is a non-profit, social-service agency serving the Northern Dakota County communities. Through the service of volunteers, Neighbors provides emergency assistance and supportive assistance programs. Neighbors was established by local churches in 1972.
  • The Phoenix Residence, Inc. is dedicated to the development of quality living experiences for persons with disabilities. Each service and program strives for safety, independence and quality of care in a homelike atmosphere through respect and dignity for one another.
  • Continuing Education/Professional Development 
  • Rasmussen is now offering eRasmussen Professional Certificates with no costs or fees through July 2020.*eRasmussen consists of fully online courses with engaging content, including videos, images and interactive elements. eRasmussen Professional Certificates can offer support to those who want to master in-demand skills relevant to the ever-changing market; from Business and Project Management to IT and Healthcare, we have a variety of topics covered. Check out the 
                                                          full list of available Professional Certificates at erasmussen.com
  •  Wescott Library will continue offering our limited services as we don’t fall under this order. We are however pleased that many   publishers (most in other states) will be able to ship books and media now, and are already starting to see items come in after a   freeze for the past month or so.
                                            We offer digital services, our expanded online programs such as virtual
                                          storytime and Zoom book clubs, and limited curbside pickup of library
                           materials. Any changes will be posted on our web site HERE