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Whether you are an individual or part of a business or organization, you can help Children’s Law Center of Minnesota help foster children.


Make a monetary donation to Children’s Law Center of Minnesota.


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Become a Volunteer Attorney

Help CLC provide pro-bono legal services to foster children in Minnesota. CLC currently carries more than 600 cases at any given time, but there are almost 100 more children who need representation!  Click here to view the upcoming training schedule.


Donate Services (In-Kind Donations)

CLC will occasionally need help with miscellaneous tasks or need pro bono services from people with special skills or expertise in certain areas such as website design and management, interpreters, graphic designers, printing and advertising. Please contact us if you would like to help with special tasks, projects, or if you have special skills. Click here to view a current wish list.


Donate Goods

CLC is currently accepting donations for items to auction at our 25th Annual Celebration & Benefit, to be held on October 8, 2020. If you have an item or gift certificate you would like to donate to the auction, please contact us at 651-644-4438.

CLC accepts donations, when needed, of basic office supplies, office furniture, and today’s technology.

CLC would like to thank the following individuals and companies for their generous in-kind donations over the past year.

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African Safari Wildlife Park
Weida Allen
AMC Theater – Eden Prairie
Arthur Murray Dance Centers
Bjorn Timeless Portraits
Brave New Workshop Theatre
Briggs and Morgan P.A.
Broders’ Cucina Italiana
Café Late
Casey’s General Store
Children’s Theatre Company
Cole’s Salon & Spa
Commonwealth Properties
Crayola Experience – MOA
Dale Studios
Dewey James Studio
Dog Day Getaway
Faith United Methodist Church
Gage Gives Back
GameWorks – Mall of America
Jarod Gengler
Great Lakes Aquarium
Guthrie Theater
Health Partners Midway Dental Clinic
Eric Hedican
Perri Hite
Hotel Ivy
Eikoku Ikeno
Suzanne Janse-Vreeling
Jester Concepts
Jungle Theater
Kahler Grand Hotel
Key’s Café
Kwik Trip
La Grolla
Lakes & Legends Brewing
Law Office of Paul W. Godfrey
Lunderby Photography
Mall of America
Marketplace Events
Metropolis Resort
Midtown Global Market
Fred Miller
Minnesota Dance Theatre & School
Minnesota Landscape Arboretum
Minnesota State Fair
Minnesota Timberwolves and Lynx
Minnesota Twins
Mississippi Market
Mystic Lake Casino
Oriental Trading Company
Panera Bread
Park Square Theatre
Peanuts Worldwide – Thomas O’Connor
Prairie’s Edge Casino Resort
Psycho Suzi’s Motor Lounge
Punch Pizza
R.F. Moeller Jeweler
Alona Rindal
Rocco Altobelli Salons
Science Museum of Minnesota
Sebastian Joe’s Ice Cream
Angela Shepherd
Simon Says Give
Simonson’s Spa
Sisters Sludge Coffee Café and Wine Bar
St. Paul Saints
Stages Theatre Company
Dona Stanull
Studio Distilling
Surley Brewing Company
Neely Swofford
The Apple Branch
The Canine Coach
The House of Comedy
The Mill Northeast
The Naughty Greek
The Saint Paul Hotel
The Toro Company
Three Rivers Park District
Thumper Pond Resort
Together We Rise – Anoka Ramsey Community College
Together We Rise – Appleseeds 4-H Club
Together We Rise – Carestream Health
Together We Rise – Danny Mendoza
Together We Rise – Ellingson Family
Together We Rise – Optum
Total Wine & More
Trader Joe’s
Trapped Puzzle Rooms
UnitedHealth Group
University of Minnesota
Vera Bradley Outlet
Vincent DeZutt
Walker Art Center
Warners’ Stellian
Wild Mountain
Melissa Wind

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Others Who Have Gotten Involved

“The most important thing CLC does is to give kids the feeling that somebody is there to listen to what they want. It may not always turn out the way the child wanted, but at least they had a voice in the process.”
– Cindy Moyer, Fredrikson & Byron

“Kids in foster care have spent most of their lives having other people make decisions for them. Now they have an opportunity to play a role in making the decisions that affect them.
– Marian Saksena, DeWalt, Chawla & Saksena, LLC