Do Good for Kids - The Link is now on HeroSearch.org!
They provide services to young victims of trafficking in Minnesota, help and housing to kids experiencing homelessness, and support to young people in the juvenile justice system through positive alternative programs.
Their mission is to work with youth and families to overcome the impacts of poverty and social injustice.
Go to the HeroSearch.org search to find out what they need right now.
Do good with the stuff you have! And make a real difference.
The work that The Link does is always critical but it is highlighted now during the Super Bowl. The Link will be providing additional shelter and services to support youth sex trafficking victims during the 10 days surrounding the Super Bowl. Find out more: Watch the video here!
Link Trivia: The Link was founded in 1991 by former Minnesota Vikings players, Jim Marshall and Oscar Reed, who wanted to support youth in north Minneapolis who were being victimized by crime, getting involved in crime and who were struggling with poverty and homelessness.