Community Partnerships


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Everybody needs help sometimes. Valley Outreach is the only nonprofit in the area that provides people with a wide range of support – whether they need food, clothing or help navigating resources during challenging times. We are continually asking ‘what if?’ and ‘what else?’ of partners, volunteers and – most importantly – clients, to find better ways help people in need. Let’s make it better. Together. We believe working with others makes our community and the entire nonprofit sector stronger. That’s why we are proud to collaborate with a wide variety of individuals, community groups, nonprofit partners, foundations, businesses, faith communities and governmental entities.


Community Thread’s vision is a community where all people are engaged, enriched and connected. We leverage resources and volunteers to improve the quality of life for adults and their families in our local community. We do this by providing services aimed at older adults, particularly those who desire to age in place, as well as advocating for and supporting volunteers throughout the St. Croix Valley region. Our name symbolizes our belief that each act of service is a thread that ties people, communities and lives together.


Our Community Kitchen cultivates an inclusive community, participating in the process of growing, preparing, eating, and preserving food in order to adopt a healthy lifestyle.


We believe in a community that knows we are all connected. By partnering with local agencies, St. Croix Family Resource Center (FRC) helps youth and families renew hope by opening doors to sustainable housing, financial stability, and healthy community connections. FRC supports families and youth as they identify and work toward their long-term goals for their finances, education, employment, transportation, housing, family and parenting skills and other areas of life. FRC has been serving neighbors in need since 1997. Professional staff and trained volunteers empower families and youth to break the barriers that to financial stability through long-term relational support and connecting them to community.

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