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5 EYEWITNESS NEWS partners with Neighborhood Development Center to Rebuild Twin Cities

KSTP
Updated: June 24, 2020 08:32 PM
Created: June 24, 2020 04:47 PM

Between COVID-19 and the recent unrest in the Twin Cities, many businesses are struggling to reopen and get back on their feet.

That's why 5 EYEWITNESS NEWS is kicking off a "Rebuild Twin Cities" campaign, partnering with the Neighborhood Development Center to help businesses hurt by the unrest in the Twin Cities.

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'Rebuild Twin Cities' Campaign

For every $1 donated, the NDC estimates that $40 is returned to the neighborhood where the business is located.

NDC said 86% of the entrepreneurs they help are people of color and many of their businesses serve as community gathering places.

You can find more on Rebuild Twin Cities here.


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