We are incredibly grateful for the contributions of our partners and supporters. Their ongoing commitment makes it possible for HCI to continue to build collaborations that support and empower youth.
Founding HCI Partners
HCI was formed in 1992. The founding financial partners (and ongoing financial contributors to HCI’s work since then) were Northfield Public Schools, Northfield Hospital & Clinics and the City of Northfield.
Organizational supporters of HCI’s work this past year have included:
- Allina Health Systems
- Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Minnesota Foundation
- Bush Foundation
- Carleton College
- City of Northfield
- College City Beverage
- Grace Whittier Fund
- HealthFinders Collaborative, through a grant from the Minnesota Department of Health
- Just Food Co-op
- Minnesota Office of Higher Education
- Neuger Communications Group
- Northfield Area United Way
- Northfield Hospital & Clinics
- Northfield News
- Northfield Public Schools
- Northfield Rotary Club
- Northfield Shares
- Rice County Family Services Collaborative
- Sheltering Arms Foundation
- Southern Minnesota Initiative Foundation
- St. Olaf College
- United Way of Faribault
- Women in Northfield Giving Support (WINGS)
- Youthprise Foundation
- And many, many more!
We are touched by the generosity of the nearly 100 local individuals who make charitable donations to HCI each year. At the request of several of these current supporters, HCI does not publish the names of individual donors. However, their contributions have been critical to HCI’s continued growth in meeting the needs of youth in our community. Thank you!
Art Enrichment Support
HCI is proud to receive grant funding to support arts programming at the PRIMEtime out-of-school-time sites.
This activity is made possible by the voters of Minnesota through a grant from the Southeastern Minnesota Arts Council thanks to a legislative appropriation from the arts & cultural heritage fund.
Social Innovation Fund
HCI is proud to be a recipient of Youthprise’s Opportunity Reboot project, funded through the federal Social Innovation Fund (SIF). The funding is used to support the Tri-City Bridges to the Future initiative, which aims to help promote high school completion and postsecondary success for Opportunity Youth in Northfield, Faribault, and Red Wing.