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Feb 11th

Minneapolis Urban League a partner in Tornado Damage Relief efforts

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The Minneapolis Urban League is partnering with local emergency response organizations to assist in providing direction and support to victims of the tornado that ripped through North Minneapolis on Sunday.  Many of the staff, families, and constituents of the MUL have been affected by this devastating storm. 

The MUL’s Glover-Sudduth Building on the north side (612-302-3100) and our Sharon Sayles-Belton Community Services Building on the south side (612-827-5673) are open and available to take inquiries. The Urban League Academy Elementary and High Schools are closed while city officials and utility companies are determining the safety of the area. 

The MUL will also be working with other community partners to assess the damage and needs in North Minneapolis and provide additional onsite support to the relief efforts in the area.

Resources available to victims include:

Shelter – The American Red Cross Twin Cities and the City of Minneapolis has opened an evacuation center and shelter at the N.E. Minneapolis Armory, 1025 Broadway St. N.E. as a safe place for those affected by the recent severe storms.

Disaster Relief Fund - Financial gifts enable the Red Cross to provide shelter, food, emotional support and other assistance to victims of disasters. People may call (612) 460-3700 during business hours or mail donations to American Red Cross – Twin Cities Area Chapter, NW 5597, PO Box 1450, Minneapolis, MN 55485-5597. Make secure online contributions by visiting

City Council Representatives:
Ward 4 Council Offices Barbara Johnson (612) 673-2204
Ward 5 Council Offices Don Samuels (612) 673-2205

Legal Aid - 612-332-1441

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