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Wilder News

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Ruling in Grants Pass v. Johnson misses the mark on homelessness

Originally appearing in MinnPost, researchers use data from the Minnesota Homeless Study in their commentary on what the U.S. Supreme Court decision on Grants Pass v. Johnson means for people… Read more »

Congratulations to the 2024 Sandy Kiernat Award Recipients

As part of Wilder’s National Volunteer Week celebration, we are excited to announce the recipients of the 2024 Sandy Kiernat Community Service Award, which recognizes and celebrates outstanding… Read more »

Apply now: Pro bono Research Opportunity for Nonprofits

Wilder Research will provide free research and evaluation services for two small organizations starting this fall. Apply by October 10, 2023.

Introducing Wilder's Policy Family Advisory

We are seeking current and former Wilder program or service recipients to provide leadership and support in the creation of the 2024 Wilder Public Policy Agenda.

A call to stand in solidarity with the LGBTQ+, trans, non-binary and gender expansive communities

A message from the Wilder Pride employee resource group and Wilder President and CEO Armando Camacho Wilder Pride, our organization’s resource for gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, queer and ally… Read more »

Minnesota Education Bill Funds Expansion of Full-service Community Schools

On Wednesday May 24, 2023, Minnesota Governor Tim Walz signed into law the Omnibus K–12 Education budget and policy bill approving $23.2 billion in support of Minnesota’s children and families. This… Read more »

Meet the recipients of the 2023 Sandy Kiernat Community Service Award

The recipients of the 2023 Sandy Kiernat Community Service Award reflect multiple ways Wilder volunteers support our community. As part of Wilder’s National Volunteer Week celebration, we are honored… Read more »

A new library at the Wilder Child Development Center helps kids love reading with books that reflect their cultural backgrounds

The R.A.W. Library, open to students and families enrolled at the center, opened last fall to promote early reading and family bonding with a curated selection of children’s books with BIPOC authors.