HOW YOU CAN HELP

Volunteer • Donate • Partner

Each year, Solid Ground engages 500+ volunteers in a variety of opportunities that support our mission of preventing and ending homelessness for families with children in the communities we serve. Thank you for sharing your time and talents with our community!

Events & Activities

Support regularly scheduled events that benefit families at Solid Ground such as Community Meals, Night to Unite, Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) Graduation, annual Holiday Party, and more. Click below to see our opportunities.

In-Kind Support

Help collect, sort, and distribute essential items for Solid Ground families. This is a great opportunity for groups or volunteers with busy schedules. Click below to see our opportunities.

Strategic Leadership

Join one (or multiple) of our planning committees to help provide strategic leadership, fiduciary oversight and serve as an ambassador for the organization. Click below to see our opportunities.

Supportive Services

Directly support families at Solid Ground by helping them gain access to basic essential needs! Serve as an academic tutor, help welcome families to their new homes, assist families with shopping for groceries, and more. Click below to see our opportunities.

East Metro Place
3521 Century Avenue North
White Bear Lake, MN 55110-5689

PH: 651-773-8401
E: info@solidgroundmn.org

Office Hours: Monday – Friday 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

About Solid Ground

Solid Ground is an award-winning Minnesota nonprofit whose proven, holistic approach helps families build the strong foundations they need to emerge from homelessness into a brighter future. Through safe, affordable housing and innovative supportive programming, Solid Ground helps families break the cycle of homelessness and poverty for the next generation.

At the heart of Solid Ground is the belief that housing stability is fundamental to the healthy development of children and to a family’s ability to be contributing members of the community. Solid Ground currently runs eight programs in the suburban Ramsey and Washington Counties housing nearly 570 women, men and children annually. Our mission is to prevent and end homelessness for families with children in the communities we serve through housing, resources, and opportunity.

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