Without the philanthropy of people like you, CommonBond could not provide affordable housing and services for more than 13,000 people across Minnesota, Wisconsin, Iowa, and South Dakota. Now, amid a pandemic and community unrest, we continue to look forward as we aim to create affordable housing for an additional 2,000 people across Minnesota, Wisconsin, Iowa, and South Dakota by 2025.
With your donation to affordable housing, you can help us achieve such a lofty goal. Thanks for supporting CommonBond residents and our mission to provide affordable housing through your philanthropy. You can take action by making your donation below.
To send a gift via mail, please make your check payable to CommonBond Communities and mail to:
CommonBond Communities PO Box 581518 Minneapolis, MN 55458
With so many folks in our community facing poverty, it can feel like an impossible challenge to overcome. Yet we believe when everyone participates in building better tomorrows, we will create lasting change. When communities come together, we all win.
Whether it’s a gift of stock, a recurring monthly gift, a memorial for a loved one, or a one-time gift in any amount, we’re asking for your help.
Thank you for considering CommonBond as a way to support affordable housing through philanthropy in Minnesota, Wisconsin, Iowa, and South Dakota. 2021 marked our 50th anniversary, and with your help and donation to affordable housing, we’ll be better positioned to provide affordable housing for another 50 years.
Early education is important, ensuring kids have a good foundation for vibrant futures. Last year, 98% of students participating in the Study Buddy program increased their reading level.
We’re proud of the students that live in our communities. 95% of teen program participants engaged in future/post-secondary planning, helping them gain access to opportunities that will propel them toward bright futures.
In 2021, 170 residents secured new jobs or advanced in their careers through our Advantage Services employment programming.
At our senior housing communities, 73% of health and wellness exercise class participants maintained or improved their strength and coordination. We are happy to help residents prioritize their health and well-being!
With the help of CommonBond staff, 747 residents applied for rental assistance in 2021 to help weather the economic impacts of the pandemic.