Come and see what these two cuties look like today as they graduate from our First Step preschool on Wednesday, August 20. Zev and Shoshie Olkon have been with us… Read More
Look who’s graduating!
We love Target volunteers!
Target volunteers make the world (and FamilyWise!) a better place! This past week, we had a group of 10 employees from Target who helped us reorganize our newly-remodeled space at… Read More
Parting is such sweet sorrow…
On Wednesday, August 20 we’ll be saying goodbye to two very special children as they graduate from First Step. Zev and Shoshie Olkon, who have been with us since they… Read More
There’s a reason…
There’s a reason why Sam’s Club and General Mills continue to sponsor our Keep Kids Safe Golf Classic… It’s a great way to give to a local nonprofit while appreciating… Read More
Hot off the press!
It was an incredible year for FamilyWise and you can “read all about it” in our 2013 Annual Report. We encourage you to view it online. However, if you’d like… Read More
Executive Director Presents at The Visible Child Initiative
The Visible Child Initiative is an organization in Minneapolis seeking to end homelessness by investing in the healthy development and academic success of children who have known homelessness. At the end… Read More
At our December board meeting, we said “goodbye” to our outgoing Board President, Abby Bailey, and “hello” to our new one, Cindy Orbovich! Cindy has extensive experience as an independent… Read More
Students Put the True Meaning of the Holidays into Action
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE December 9, 2013 Contact: Annie Lewis, 612.877.7849 (North St. Paul) Most children celebrate holiday traditions at home surrounded by their family. It’s an experience most of us… Read More
We are family.
Many of us rely on our own family when we need help. But what if your family is not there for you? What do you then? Often, FamilyWise becomes that… Read More
Wow, great new video!
You have to check out this awesome video featuring our child care kids and our new Executive Director, Ann Gaasch! Thanks to Women’s Leadership Council of Greater Twin Cities United Way for… Read More