Love Makes Room Hub
Your Connection Hub with Area Affordable Housing Advocates, Groups, and Organizations
We are a warm and welcoming Reform synagogue, founded in 1981. Our mission is to provide a sacred community for applying study to our lives, enriching our souls, and repairing the world around us.
Hopkins Community Housing Team
Several local organizations and community members have formed the Hopkins Community Housing Team to discuss growing concerns around housing stability and the impact of housing trends in Hopkins. The housing team is interested in the preservation and production of affordable housing and the protection of renters’ rights and well-being. Contact: Hopkins Community Housing Team
OUR MISSION is to create a healthy and stable community for all.
OUR VISION is a community where everyone has the resources to thrive.
OUR BELIEF is ICA’s presence in our communities makes our neighborhoods more stable and secure.
Isaiah Minnesota is building a just and abundant Minnesota through faith in action. We are a multi-racial, state-wide, nonpartisan coalition of faith communities, Black barbershops, childcare centers, and other community based constituencies fighting for racial and economic justice in Minnesota. Visit us at https://isaiahmn.org/.
Jewish Community Action’s mission is to bring together Jewish people from diverse traditions and perspectives to promote understanding and action about social and economic justice issues in Minnesota. Visit us at https://www.jewishcommunityaction.org/
Interested in Housing Justice: https://www.jewishcommunityaction.org/housing-justice
The Mills Church is a multi-denominational congregation seeking to do justice, love kindness, and walk humbly in our relationships with God, ourselves, others, and creation. We are cultivating a generous, open-hearted, and thoughtful expression of Christian faith in our neighborhood and world. Visit us at https://millschurch.org/
Contact: Tony Levy, Housing Team Chair
Minnetonka Community Housing Team
Several local organizations and community members have formed the Minnetonka Community Housing Team to discuss growing concerns around housing stability and the impact of housing trends in Minnetonka. The housing team is interested in the preservation and production of affordable housing and the protection of renters’ rights and well-being. Contact: Kerri Fischer
ResourceWest is a non-profit community agency that serves families and individuals living in the West Metro community. We support people as they become more connected, more resourceful, and more hopeful about their future. From crisis, to action, to hope: the services of ResourceWest stabilize families and ultimately help build healthier communities one neighbor at a time. Visit us at Resourcewest.org
St. David’s Center for Child & Family Development is a leading provider of early childhood education for children of all abilities, children’s mental health and pediatric therapies, and home- and community-based support for children, youth, and adults who have faced adversity and trauma and/or who live with developmental, physical, cognitive, and/or behavioral delays or disabilities. Visit us at https://www.stdavidscenter.org/
At St. David’s Episcopal Church, we are devoted to loving and serving God, one another, and the world. We honor the dignity and freedom of all to seek God at their own pace, connecting our life stories with the teachings of Jesus. Inspired by the Holy Spirit, we believe our actions transform the world and as a result we, too, are transformed. Visit us at https://www.stdavidsparish.org/
St. Luke Presbyterian Church is a joyful, inclusive and compassionate community on a spiritual journey seeking to do justice, make peace, act mercifully, and to walk humbly with God. We envision a world in which all are welcome at the table of God’s abundance, all creation flourishes in balance and wholeness, and all live in peace. Visit us www.stluke.mn or email email@example.com for the latest on our justice and equity work.
Spirit of Peace is a spiritual community and church serving the community, serving in love, and welcoming all. In a world of conflict and hostility come stand with us on the side of love. Come and walk with us as we explore new ways of being and serving. Welcome home! Visit us online at spiritofpeacecommunity.org. Contact us at SpiritOfPeace21@gmail.com
Suburban Hennepin Housing Coalition
Suburban Hennepin Housing Coalition is a collection of housing justice teams that work to improve tenants’ rights and support affordable housing throughout suburban Hennepin County. For more information contact: Ian Rosenthal (they/he)
Twin Cities Habitat for Humanity is committed to building the quality of life, health, and economic prosperity of the seven-county metro region by producing, preserving, and advocating for affordable homeownership – because homes and families are the foundation of successful communities. Visit us at https://www.tchabitat.org/
The Housing Justice group at UUCM is working toward a time when all people have a place to call home. We recognize the impact of racism in the growing housing crisis. Along with Beacon Interfaith Collaborative, Interfaith Outreach (IOCP), and other commnity partners, we are dedicated to ending homelessness and housing insecurity, through affordable housing and rental subsidies. Contact Sue Fust for more information and to receive a link to the monthly Housing Justice meeting.