Benefits & Fundraisers

Breanna's Star: The Greatest Virtual Show on Earth!

Join us for our Breanna's Gift annual fundraiser*!  Local personality Emily Engberg is the Ringmaster for our circus-themed event this year, which features a lively online auction, the Deadly Dance Competition to music performed by cover band favorite Trailer Trash, a big kids art contest, tarot readings, caricatures and more! Participate in the dance competition and art contest by uploading entries now through Mon. April 19th. From Tues. April 20th—Sat. Read more about Breanna's Star: The Greatest Virtual Show on Earth!

Woodbury High School Coffeehouse

You’re invited to this year’s Virtual Clue Coffeehouse! Join us on February 20th @ 7PM to solve a murder mystery, witness the talent of WHS students, and support Avenues For Youth, an organization devoted to helping young people, especially LGBTQ+ youth, navigate their way out of homelessness by providing housing, relationships, and resources. RSVP at the QR Code! Read more about Woodbury High School Coffeehouse

You've Got a Friend in Woodbury: Back-to-School Rally and Reverse Parade

The Woodbury Community Foundation, the City of Woodbury, Woodbury Chamber of Commerce and other sponsors have teamed up to replace the wonderful feeling of our city's fantastic summer fairs and events.

The You've Got a Friend in Woodbury initiative is designed to support local businesses and residents in need while giving the community some much-needed family fun.  Read more about You've Got a Friend in Woodbury: Back-to-School Rally and Reverse Parade

Goldy’s Run 2020

Lace up your running shoes for a good cause! Take part in this annual run/walk along the Mississippi river that benefits the University of Minnesota Masonic Children’s Hospital. Participants can bring their kids, complete the 5k or an individual 10-mile run. Read more about Goldy’s Run 2020

Free Luncheon for Librarians Featuring 'Cameron Goes to School' Author

On April 10, Cameron Goes to School author Sheletta Brundidge will host a free luncheon for Minnesota's librarians. 

Cameron Goes to School was born out of Brundidge's daughter's desire for a book about a child like her - an African American girl with autism. The book is published by Beaver's Press Pond, written by Brundidge and Lily Cole and illustrated by Darcy Bell-Myers.

Librarians will receive a free copy of Cameron Goes to School at the luncheon. Brundidge is also donating books to school libraries all over Minnesota. Read more about Free Luncheon for Librarians Featuring 'Cameron Goes to School' Author

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