CES MN FoodShare Goals Met!
25,705 Pounds of Food & Hygiene Were Received
$91,515 Was Raised
The 2015 Campaign had a 35.3% increase in food donations and an 11.7% increase in fund donations over last year!
Mike Lloyd, CES Executive Director stated "Everyone pulling together made this a tremendous success! This was a team effort and everyone played an important role in generating the needed food and funds that will help us bridge the summer months."
Great job! Thanks for making this year a success
Since its origin in 1971, Community Emergency Service (CES) has provided high-quality direct service to people in need. Through direct aid relief, advocacy, referral, guidance and prayer support, CES seeks to strengthen families and individuals. The goal of CES is to move them beyond crisis to financial stability, as well as emotional health, personal growth and spiritual depth.
Community Emergency Service (CES) is a non-profit crisis relief and empowerment ministry that extends God's love to those in the inner city of South Minneapolis. CES staff and its 2,500 volunteers are on the frontlines of providing hope and compassion to our multi-generational, multi-cultural and low-income residents.
Summary: Looking for an exceptional person who wants to dig into a scrappy, organic, and non-profit. The general responsibility of the Development Coordinator is to support development initiatives in fundraising, administrative tasks, special events and fund development. This faith-based organization is a great proving ground for those who want to make a big impact quickly, grow in the field of development and work with volunteers and donors who have big hearts for people.
Who We Are
Community Emergency Service (CES) is a non-profit crisis relief and empowerment ministry that extends God's love to those in the inner city of South Minneapolis.
Inspired by the the philanthropy of Russel Lund, Sr (of Lund's Foods) and the vision of Pastor William Berg, CES was organized in 1971 as an outreach of Augustana Lutheran Church of Minneapolis. It began with the purpose of offering a one-stop, personal approach for crisis aid for the inner city's poorest residents.
CES staff and its 1,000 volunteers are on the frontlines of providing hope and compassion to our multi-generational, multi-cultural, low-income clientele.