Do you remember the day Martin Luther King died? What sort of technology did you have in the 60s?
Volunteers of America of Minnesota and Wisconsin takes on the most difficult tasks to help people gain self-reliance, dignity and hope
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Kelly's story, part of our Annual Report
Kelly’s intellectual disability doesn’t dim her interest in others and it didn’t diminish her eligibility this year to receive a life-saving kidney transplant.
A father's dream, wheels for kids
The holidays will be special for nearly a dozen kids who receive Volunteers of America – Minnesota/Wisconsin (VOA-MN/WI) foster care and case management services.
people served annually
employees provide love and care for our residents and clients
volunteers help us serve
locations where services are provided
self-reliance for 2,500 individuals and families involved in the criminal justice system
dignity for 14,000 older adults and people with special needs
hope for 6,500 children, youth and family members in treatment centers, clinics and schools