“The one thing I can control is kindness.” Because of the awful ways she has seen COVID-19 affect people that she cares about, Emma Tofte wanted to do something. As a runner, she decided to channel that passion into a way to give back to her local community. [...]
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CAPI USA TO PARTNER WITH 4 TWIN CITIES IMMIGRANT-LED NONPROFITS WITH $150,000 GRANT AWARD FROM THE MINNESOTA COUNCIL ON FOUNDATIONS MINNESOTA DISASTER RECOVERY FUND FOR CORONAVIRUS BROOKLYN CENTER, MN – (April 22, 2020) – CAPI USA was awarded a grant in the amount of $150,000 from [...]
Joint Statement Asian Minnesotan Organizations Urge Communities and Leaders to Be Proactive About COVID-19 Related Racism and Violence Against Asian American and Pacific Islanders Tuesday, March 31, 2020 We are a set of Asian Minnesotan organizations serving our diverse Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) population across Minnesota. [...]
What started out as an annual fundraiser has changed into a call to action. At CAPI, what keeps us motivated is serving the most vulnerable among us—the elderly, the marginalized, and those determined to find a better way forward while struggling with food insecurity and lacking a livable [...]
As the COVID-19 crisis continues to unfold, we at CAPI believe that it is in the community’s best interest to cancel this year’s Twin Cities World Refugee Day (TCWRD) celebration and plan for an even better and bigger event next year. We are disappointed by the cancellation, but given [...]
The Adventure has Begun! Thank you to all those who joined us at our Open House and officially opening CAPI Immigrant Opportunity Center to the community. We look forward to working with the community!