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Help improve the lives of abused and neglected Minnesota children by donating to Safe Passage for Children of Minnesota.

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Make a Donation to Safe Passage for Children of Minnesota

Tax-deductible

We are a non-profit advocacy organization powered by volunteers who are working to improve the lives of children in child protection and foster care by reforming the child welfare system in Minnesota. Your donation to the Safe Passage for Children of Minnesota’s Operations Fund is a tax-deductible donation which supports our general fund for outreach, staffing, research, and resources.

Make a Donation to the Safe Passage for Children of Minnesota Advocates Fund

Not tax-deductible

We are a non-profit advocacy organization powered by volunteers who are working to improve the lives of children in child protection and foster care by reforming the child welfare system in Minnesota. Your donation to the Safe Passage for Children of Minnesota’s Advocates Fund supports Safe Passage’s work on child welfare legislation in Minnesota and is not tax-deductible.

Our Donors

Thank you to these individuals, families, foundations, and businesses for their generous support of our work in advocacy for Minnesota’s most vulnerable children.

Major Donors

Jim and Sharon Allen

American Endowment Foundation

Carval Investors Foundation

Cathy Anastasion

Bruce Anderson

Kirsten Anderson

Anonymous (9)

Sam Ashkar

Gene Aronowitz

Carol Backes

Jennifer Bagdade

Clark Bain

Robert Barnett

Caroline Bassett

Tim and Laura Bates

Kelly Bauer

Nancy Beach

Ellen Benavides
(Current Trusted Advisor)

Dirk Bennet

Kimberly Berg

Contributing Donors

Jim and Sharon Allen

American Endowment Foundation

Carval Investors Foundation

Cathy Anastasion

Bruce Anderson

Kirsten Anderson

Anonymous (9)

Sam Ashkar

Gene Aronowitz

Carol Backes

Jennifer Bagdade

Clark Bain

Robert Barnett

Caroline Bassett

Tim and Laura Bates

Kelly Bauer

Nancy Beach

Ellen Benavides
(Current Trusted Advisor)

Dirk Bennet

Kimberly Berg

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