Soroptimist International of the Twin Cities works with the following organizations (in alphabetical order):
Educates and provides services to women and girls who havebeen victims of abuse and commercial sexual exploitation (prostitution/sex trafficking) and assistance escaping violence in their lives.
Offers legal and social services to victims of trafficking, sexual assault and abuse.
Helps single mothers and their children to break the cycle of generational poverty.
360 Communities and Robert B. Lewis House
Offers more than 50 services including primary prevention of domestic violence, sexual assault services, including two Lewis houses, located in Eagan and Hastings, that provide shelter to large numbers of women and their children who are victims of domestic violence.
A network and affiliation of women's organizations around the world that collaborate with each other to share ideas and formalize best practices.
Minnesota Coalition for Battered Women
Relies on partnering with the members of our community to ensure we have a collective voice and the critical support needed to continue the vital work of preventing and ending domestic violence in Minnesota.
Minnesota Indian Women's Resource Center
Provides a comprehensive set of gender and culturally-based services for American Indian Women and their families.
A statewide collaboration of 160+ member organizations, the Consortium serves as a resource center to enhance equality and justice for women and children.
Sarah's…an Oasis for Womem
An intercultural and interfaith home for women in transition who are seeking housing, community and safety.
WUNRN - Women's UN Report Network
WUNRN is based on a UN Study, and lead by Soroptimist Twin Cities Member Lois Herman, addresses the human rights, oppression, and empowerment of women and girls all over the world.
Soroptimist International of the Americas
North Central Region Soroptimist Site