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Making a Difference

At Threads of Hope we believe that generosity is a key to our success. We are blessed to work with amazing organizations that make a positive impact on the community both locally and globally.

Listed below are some organizations that we are proud to support:

This church believes that God’s love is shown in acts of practical service, whether through sharing Christ in mission, giving away food during the holidays, or sharing free meals with everyone who comes. 

Kids Against Hunger packages highly nutritious, life-saving meals for starving children and malnourished children and their families in developing countries and the United States. The goal of the organization is for its meals to provide a stable nutritional base from which recipient families can move from starvation to self-sufficiency.

Air1 is a radio station with the mission to create compelling media that inspires and encourages you to have a meaningful relationship with Christ.

The goal of the MACC is to provide Christian mental health professionals with biblically relevant training, connection and support, to encourage unity and collaboration, and develop a kingdom mindset to positively impact our industry for God’s glory.

Convoy of Hope is a faith-based, nonprofit organization with a driving passion to feed the world through children’s feeding initiatives, community outreaches and disaster response.

World Vision is a Christian organization working to help communities in third world countries to lift themselves out of poverty. They provide emergency relief; medical, educational, and financial support to children and their families; and use sustainable models to improve the entire community long term.

Emerge Mothers Academy equips single mothers to emerge as confident women and caring moms. They Offer parenting classes, mentors, work-preparation, micro-grants, and social services to single mothers in the twin cities.

The Roma people of Eastern Europe face systemic discrimination, desperate conditions, generational poverty, language barriers and a lack of education. Roma Learning to Fly is dedicated to breaking down these barriers through life-changing opportunities for Roma families, ongoing relationships, and special initiatives focused on education, advocacy, and partnership.

Oak Hills Church in Eagan hosted Elevate Sports Camp for kids ages 5-11 from the surrounding community focused on learning new sports, having fun, and building confidence and character.

Bikers Against Child Abuse, Inc. (B.A.C.A.) exists with the intent to create a safer environment for abused children. They are a body of Bikers passionate about empowering children to not feel afraid of the world in which they live. They work in conjunction with local and state officials who are already in place to protect children. The local B.A.C.A. chapter rides to meet the referred child and he/she is given a vest with a B.A.C.A. patch sewn on the back. The child is also given bumper stickers, and other gifts that are generally donated by the public.  Each child is given the name and number of two B.A.C.A. Members residing geographically closest to them, who then become the child’s primary contacts. Anytime the child feels scared and feels the need for the presence of his new B.A.C.A. family, the child may call upon these bikers to go to the child’s house and provide the necessary reassurance to feel safe and protected. B.A.C.A. Members and supporters also support the children by: providing escorts for them if they feel scared in their neighborhoods; riding by their homes on a regular basis; supporting the children at court and parole hearings; attending their interviews, and; staying with the children if they are alone and frightened. B.A.C.A. also holds other functions for the children such as Bar-B-Ques, and parties.

International Justice Mission is a global organization partnering with local justice systems to end violence against people living in poverty. Their mission is fulfilled by rescuing and restoring trafficking victims, bringing criminals to justice,  and strengthening justice systems.

Pawpads is an organization located in Lakeville, MN which enables persons with disabilities to lead more independent, self-reliant, and fulfilling lives with the assistance of a canine partner.

COVID-19  NOTICE

We at Threads of Hope Counseling care deeply for you, your families, and our community. As the concern regarding the spread of COVID-19 increases worldwide, Threads of Hope is prepared to reduce the spread of illness by following the expert guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and the Minnesota Department of Health. MDH continues to stress common-sense illness prevention strategies such as sanitizing surfaces, covering your cough and sneezes, and frequent hand washing.

If you are experiencing signs and symptoms of a viral respiratory infection including fever, cough, and shortness of breath or if you or someone you have been in contact with traveled internationally in the last 14 days, please DO NOT come to our office. Instead we are happy to offer you telemedicine (online video) services.

Telemedicine appointments are HIPAA secure, do not require any downloads, and can be accessed on any device with microphone and internet access. Ask your provider or the administrative staff if this is a service you’d like to pursue.

Additionally, there is a lot of misinformation being spread regarding this virus which has inspired significant anxiety in many in the community. Look here for ideas on how to reduce your fear while remaining wise in facing the uncertainty of this disease.
We are here for you and there is always hope.