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Building more choice into the Farmington Food Shelf

360 Communities and Farmington Lutheran Church have partnered to bring a shopping model food shelf to Farmington this fall. The existing food shelf is undergoing a transformation that will result in an increased ability to serve Farmington families with more healthy choices and additional support.  

Over the past several years, 360 Communities increased its healthy […]

By |October 19th, 2018|Categories: Columns, Community Resources, food shelf, Self-Sufficiency, Uncategorized||Comments Off on Building more choice into the Farmington Food Shelf

360 Communities welcomes new victim support dog

Two years ago, 360 Communities introduced Ranger, Minnesota’s first victim support dog. Ranger works alongside Outreach Advocate Stacie Burke in the Apple Valley Police Department as an incredible tool for Stacie to use to provide comfort to survivors as they tell their stories, report to police, or testify in court.

Last year alone, Ranger attended 83 […]

By |October 19th, 2018|Categories: Sexual Assault Services, Violence Prevention||Comments Off on 360 Communities welcomes new victim support dog

360 Communities employee recognized for commitment to ending domestic violence

Standpoint, formerly known as the Battered Women’s Legal Advocacy Project (BWLAP), recently honored 360 Communities Community Resource Worker Doreen L’Allier with the 2018 Journey of Hope Award for her work to end domestic and sexual violence.

“For the past 30 years I have had the honor to work with and for survivors of domestic and […]

By |October 19th, 2018|Categories: Sexual Assault Services, Violence Prevention||Comments Off on 360 Communities employee recognized for commitment to ending domestic violence

Give to the Max Day 2018

Give to the Max Day 2018 marks the 10th anniversary of the annual giving event. 10,000 organizations from across Minnesota participate in the event each year, including 360 Communities.

Our goal is to raise $20,000, this Give to the Max Day.

Can you help us get there?

You can donate at on our website where the credit […]

By |October 19th, 2018|Categories: community fundraiser, fundraisier, Press Release||Comments Off on Give to the Max Day 2018

Supporter organizes fundraising events open to the public

Giving back has been an essential part of John Lynch’s life for the past 40 years. To him, “it just feels right.” He started volunteering by helping coach Little League and high school baseball.

Lynch is also a Vietnam veteran and has volunteered to support veterans’ causes. He is retired but currently serves as the […]

By |October 19th, 2018|Categories: Columns, community fundraiser, fundraisier, Get Involved, Sexual Assault Services, Violence Prevention||Comments Off on Supporter organizes fundraising events open to the public

360 Communities helps domestic violence survivor move from victim to victorious

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, and in recognition of the month, 360 Communities wants to highlight the story of one survivor.

Deb survived a decades-long abusive marriage. Lewis House staff walked alongside her and her daughter as they reclaimed their lives and wrote their own successful future. Read Deb’s story, in her own words, about […]

By |October 19th, 2018|Categories: Columns, Sexual Assault Services, Violence Prevention||Comments Off on 360 Communities helps domestic violence survivor move from victim to victorious

360 Communities Farmington Food Shelf to transform into healthy food shopping model

By Jeff Mortensen
President & CEO

Thomas helps manage his chronic illnesses with fresh produce and other healthy options he finds at the 360 Communities Burnsville Food Shelf. He appreciates the variety of food and the shopping experience offered, and he finds engaging with 360 Communities staff and volunteers dignifying.

“Family and friends can start to pull […]

By |August 16th, 2018|Categories: Columns, Community Resources, food shelf, Self-Sufficiency, Uncategorized||Comments Off on 360 Communities Farmington Food Shelf to transform into healthy food shopping model

Partners For Success® moves students to graduation

High school staff referred Stacy to the Partners For Success program in the fall of 2017. Stacy and her 2-year-old daughter Jackie recently moved into the school district to live with a family friend. Family Support Worker Rebecca met with Stacy and confirmed that her new housing situation was safe but temporary. Rebecca partnered […]

By |June 26th, 2018|Categories: Uncategorized||Comments Off on Partners For Success® moves students to graduation

Holistic support provides hope at Lewis House

Kathy and her three children moved from Texas to Minnesota in 2016 to live with her boyfriend, Rick. It wasn’t long after they moved in with him that Rick became abusive. Kathy contacted Lewis House for help.

Advocates helped her safely leave home and enter the shelter. They worked with her on safety planning and […]

By |June 25th, 2018|Categories: School Success, Uncategorized, Violence Prevention||Comments Off on Holistic support provides hope at Lewis House

State bonding bill passage means expansion at the Rosemount Family Resource Center!

Governor Dayton recently signed a bonding bill that included $450,000 for the expansion of the 360 Communities Rosemount Family Resource Center! 

For more than a year, 360 Communities has been working with Rosemount Mayor Bill Droste and other city officials to pursue state funding for the much-needed expansion. The City of Rosemount has been a […]

By |June 20th, 2018|Categories: Uncategorized||Comments Off on State bonding bill passage means expansion at the Rosemount Family Resource Center!