Helping Small Businesses and Community Organizations Re-Build

The Twin Cities area is facing one of its most challenging times in its history. Eckberg Lammers is dedicated to helping the people of Minneapolis and St. Paul rebuild their businesses and organizations in their local community.


Below is a list of some of the small business groups and community organizations that need our support.

  • Neighbors United Funding Collaborative

    A nonprofit fundraiser supporting Hamline Midway Coalition

    Midway United is a local fund focused on strengthening our community.

  • We Love Lake Street

    Make a donation to help rebuild Lake Street’s small businesses and community organizations.

  • The Minneapolis Foundation

    Fund for Safe Communities

    Our experience, expertise and connection to the community ensures contributions to the Fund for Safe Communities will help bring peace to our communities.

  • American Red Cross

    Your financial gift helps people affected by disasters big and small.

  • Metropolitan Economic Development Association

    All donations will go to the Metropolitan Economic Development Association (MEDA) to be distributed directly to minority businesses harmed by these recent distressing events.

  • YMCA Twin Cities

    Meets the critical needs of youth and families in many ways – providing food, virtual education, employment, and housing support to those in our community who need help right now

  • Catholic Charities of St Paul and Minneapolis

    You can't stay home if you have no home.

    Catholic Charities serves nearly 23,000 people every year with a diverse range of programs, offering basic necessities and help in moving toward greater stability.

  • City Joy

    Support the Cities

    Donate to help support our cities, food, clothing, support for small businesses

  • Midtown Global Market

    Midtown Global Market is a vibrant economic and cultural center where communities gather. We are home to 45 small businesses representing 16 cultures, ethnicities, or countries of origin.

  • Minnesota Transitions Charter School

    Funds go towards the Minnesota Transitions Charter Schools, grades 7-12, that were damaged on May 27th, 2020.

  • Pillsbury United Communities

    Needs “ready-to-go” meals, access to groceries; at its multiple locations in the Twin Cities.

  • East Lake Street Fund

    Support for the businesses of East Lake Street, including La Michoacana Purepecha, Total Wireless, Granny's Helpful Hands, and El Chuchi Market.

  • Holy Trinity Lutheran Church

    Holy Trinity Lutheran Church is collecting financial donations to be distributed to justice partners and those who find their way into their care.

  • Latino Community on Lake Street

    Administered by La Raza Radio Station 95.7 FM and 1400 AM, which was also destroyed on May 29. The group will be working with the Lake Street Council and all of the businesses on Lake Street and S. Minneapolis.

  • Minneapolis People in Need

    All donations will go towards essential supplies to help Minneapolis businesses rebuild that were destroyed.

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