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A common negative stereotype of Latinos is that they are all poor or do not help the community. This is a myth and not correct. However, many Latinos are not aware of opportunities that exist around them allowing them to give back to their communities. 

Click here for a list of Volunteering opportunities in the Minneapolis and St. Paul areas

The following are a list of Volunteering opportunities that are found near the largest Latino populations. However, look to the site above for more if the ones that follow are not close to your city.


Service is at the heart of everything we do at Rise. You can help! There are many ways you can give your time and talents to help us further the important work we do.  

Rise Administrative Offices
8406 Sunset Road NE
Spring Lake Park, MN 55432-1317

The Minnesota Orchestra has multiple volunteer opportunities in a variety of areas. Volunteers earn discounted and complimentary tickets after completing multiple shifts. 

1111 Nicollet Mall   |   Minneapolis, MN 55403


Becoming a Rotarian is a chance to give back to the local community through service, charity and volunteer work. It’s also an opportunity to participate in national and international service projects meant to improve the lives of people across the globe.


We meet Wednesdays at 7:30 AM 
Southview Country Club

239 E. Mendota Rd.
West St. Paul, MN  55118

United States

Our Mission

Kids 'n Kinship's Mission is to provide friendships to children ages 5-16 who are in need of a positive role model

14870 Granada Avenue #127
Apple Valley MN, 55124

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