2020 wasn't what anyone expected. A pandemic, the resulting economic crisis, and a racial justice crisis left our network and communities reeling. Our members have met the many, unexpected challenges of COVID with resilience and creativity as they've worked with their communities to pull together and rebuild their health and wellbeing. 

How our network is responding:

Ask MACC   MACC Zooms In   Resource Hub
Get expert help on-demand to answer your people, financial, and operational COVID related questions. Ask us your thorny, pandemic-related questions and get a direct answer from expert MACC staff.    We listen to our members and bring our network together "Zoom In" on the issues that matter. Each virtual session we did in together to the challenges facing our members.   The COVID-19 pandemic poses unique operational and service delivery concerns for our network. Our resource hub has info on upcoming virtual convenings, and up to date resources!


Advocacy & Action   Resilience Mini-Grants    
This unprecedented crisis is prompting our network to step up in some new ways to activate and share the voices of our members. It's critical we speak up and ask for the practical support necessary to continue meeting community needs.    The MACC Resilience fund provides mini-grants to help our members target the critical but often un-funded COVID-19 related challenges to program adaptation, operational continuity, staffing, or financial sustainability.     






MACC's COVID-19 response is made possible by funding support from:

Otto Bremer Trust
Minnesota Council on Foundations' Minnesota Disaster Recovery Fund (MDRF) for Coronavirus
Richard M. Schulze Family Foundation
James B. Linsmayer Foundation, managed by Wells Fargo


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