Our History (cont.)

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 Notable Accomplishments

2000

-The Miracle on Long Street began with an annual event, serving the community the first 3 

Saturday’s of December. The first few years in partnership with the St. Paul Players 

Drama Ministry.

2001

-The Miracle began transporting guests to our Annual Miracle give. These included residents from homeless shelters, senior citizens apartments, 

rehabilitation facilities and halfway houses for those recently released.

2009

-By this year the Miracle had served over 10,000 guests.

2013

-The Miracle Clothing Closet opens year round,

(except November).

2014

-The Miracle partners with Central Community House

2015

-The Miracle adopts Trevitt Elementary School

-Our first annual School Supply drive began

2016

-Our first annual coat drive began

-The Miracle becomes a 501(c) (3) organization

- JoAnne Roots is elected as the Executive Director 

2017

-The Miracle adopts Champion Middle School

2018

-The Miracle has served over 20,00 guests

2019

-The Miracle On Long Street integrates social media into their community outreach efforts to improve interactivity and responsiveness to the needs of the residents in our communities.

Our Present (cont.)

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We serve our monthly meal the 4th Saturday of each month with the exclusion of June and November.


We are a "GRASS ROOTS' organization, that depends solely on the generosity of our donors, partners, volunteers, family and friends. Without whom it would be difficult to  assist all of the residents that we have.


We hold 2 major fundraisers a year, our Spring Musical Extravaganza and our fall classic (coat and school supply drive). This allows us to provide additional services such as:

-providing (emergency) diapers and baby food

- personal needs (on a case by case scenarios

- Health and Resource Fairs

 

If interested in donating or volunteering, see our Volunteer and Donation pages.


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Our Future (cont.)

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We are planning to expand within the next 3-5 years. We will be better able to serve our communities when we are housed in a facility that is capable of housing, cooking and serving, our new clothing facility,  inventory storage, and functional business offices.


We are seeking the following donations:


  • Building 
  • Land 
  • Vehicles (preferably vans/SUV's)
  • Electronic Equipment (computers, laptops, tablets)
  • Financial