In a remarkable act of generosity, global philanthropist MacKenzie Scott has donated $3 million to Twin Cities R!SE, marking the largest single gift in our organization’s history. This transformative donation will enable us to accelerate our ambitious strategic plan and our mission of empowering individuals facing significant barriers to employment. “We are humbled and inspired

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CRAVE Cares and Round Up America

Twin Cities R!SE is CRAVE Cares January partner! CRAVE is proudly committed to supporting the communities they serve and have selected Twin Cities R!SE as their January non-profit partner. When you order from the CRAVE Cares menu or “Round Up” your check, you support Twin Cities R!SE in our mission to transform lives out of

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R!SE UP: Strategize Your Life!

Eric came to Twin Cities R!SE in need of a change. “I was seeking direction in life, just sick and tired of being sick and tired. Twin Cities R!SE offered me an opportunity to get myself together.” What have you learned while at TCR? I’ve learned how to empower myself.

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A job after prison: Advocates make the case for an under-used workforce

The formerly incarcerated represent an untapped national workforce of millions. This recent article in the Star Tribune business section highlights the work of Twin Cities R!SE  in preparing returning citizens for job success through Personal Empowerment and career training. Full Article  Photos by Shari Gross, Star Tribune Davis Powell works at

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R!SE Up: Learn New Skills, Become More Marketable!

Evan found out about Twin Cities R!SE when he was at the Minneapolis Workforce Center looking for work. “A recruiter there gave me the flyer, the brochure, the pamphlet, everything. He told me that TCR could help me get a job and help me develop the skills that I needed.

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R!SE UP: Ready for a change!

Sherry came to Twin Cities R!SE because she was ready for a change and wanted to increase her career skills with a new baby on the way! “Here I’ve learned a lot of stuff that I am capable of doing, things that I didn’t know I was capable of doing

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