CIVIL UNREST – GEORGE FLOYD TRAGEDY

SHELTER:
Citizens who have been displaced from their homes and/or are afraid and need assistance with and want to be relocated need to call 9-1-1.  9-1-1 will advise each citizen on specific logistics.

FOOD:
Visit the Hunger Solutions website for the latest information on food availability

It is advised to call ahead before venturing out to any commercial business, establishment or nonprofit.

NOTE: To ensure we share timely and accurate information, United Way 211 directly verifies information before sharing publicly. However, given the quickly changing and grassroots nature of local efforts in the wake of George Floyd’s death, we have determined an acceptable way to communicate real-time information is sharing external links updated by community members. United Way 211 cannot verify the source or accuracy of this link, please reference at your own discretion.  

Community Information and Resources click here

Donations click here

Emergency Shelter click here

Food and Material Goods Resources click here

Healthcare/Mental Health Resources click here

Minneapolis Damaged Business Resources click here

Safety Advisory/Safety Tips and Information/Tips Reporting click here

Transportation click here

A statement released by Greater Twin Cities United Way CEO, John Wilgers:

https://www.gtcuw.org/statement-in-response-to-george-floyds-death/

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