Minnesota Nonprofit Allies

MCF is part of an active network of nonprofit support agencies in our state. These Nonprofit Allies collaborate and share information to ensure that nonprofit organizations have ample resources and services to help them achieve their missions.

Minnesota Council of Nonprofits - MCN works to inform, promote, connect and strengthen individual nonprofits and the nonprofit sector.

MAP for Nonprofits - MAP unleashes the power of the nonprofit sector in the community by increasing the capacity of individual nonprofit organizations to achieve their missions and by providing leadership for the effective management of the sector.

Nonprofits Assistance Fund - Nonprofits Assistance Fund builds financially healthy nonprofits that foster community vitality.

Charities Review Council - Mobilizing informed donors and accountable nonprofits for the greater good.

LegalCORPS - LegalCORPS assists low-income owners of small businesses and small nonprofit organizations by connecting them with free, high-quality legal services from volunteer lawyers.

Hands On Twin Cities - Bringing people together to strengthen communities through meaningful volunteer action.

Minnesota Association for Volunteer Administration - MAVA provides a forum to engage people involved in volunteerism across Minnesota to exchange information and ideas, and to link resources to build capacity.

Hamline University School of Business - Hamline's master in nonprofit management degree is dedicated to preparing professionals to meet the complex fiscal and operational challenges unique to the nonprofit sector.

University of St. Thomas Center for Nonprofit Management - The Center for Nonprofit Management develops and provides leadership and management resources and services to help nonprofits achieve higher impact.

Hubert H. Humphrey School of Public Affairs Public & Nonprofit Leadership Center - Conducting research and providing workshops, conferences, and other opportunities for scholars, working professionals and organizations, as well as courses for graduate and undergraduate students.

Metropolitan Regional Arts Council - MRAC serves audiences in Minnesota's seven-county metropolitan region through grants, services and technical assistance to the arts communities.

Springboard for the Arts - Cultivating a vibrant arts community by connecting artists with the skills, contacts, information and services they need to make a living and a life.

ArtsLab - The mission of ArtsLab is to support a thriving regional arts ecosystem by developing the core leadership skills and management capabilities of arts organizations.

Twin Cities LISC - Twin Cities LISC supports nonprofit community development organizations with grants, loans and expertise to help them construct businesses, community centers and affordable homes in low- and moderate-income neighborhoods.