CROSS is committed to serving families and individuals in times of need providing mercy and compassionate supportive services.

CROSS exemplifies:

  • People helping people
  • People collaborating to strengthen community;
  • People whose words and actions create hope and bring joy.

CROSS is a non-profit organization serving families and individuals living in Champlin (West), Corcoran, Dayton, Maple Grove, Osseo, and Rogers.

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Volunteers Gather for Last Chance Summer Picnic

With another Minnesota summer coming to an end, volunteers at CROSS gathered for the annual Last Chance Summer Picnic the last week of September. Thank you to Board of Directors for cooking and serving lunch for the many volunteers supporting … Continue reading

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Maple Grove SPIRE Credit Union Hosts Winter Warmth Drive for CROSS

With the winter months rapidly approaching, SPIRE Credit Union Maple Grove is hosting a Winter Warmth Drive for CROSS Services, collecting new scarves, hats, mittens, and socks for all ages. Items can be dropped off during regular business hours from … Continue reading

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Produce Partners, Volunteers Provide Powerful Impact for Families

For each family food shelf order every month – approximately 25 percent consists of fresh produce. Year round, CROSS families have the option to choose produce monthly and weekly July-September (as available). CROSS is blessed to receive many in-kind produce … Continue reading

The Grainger Foundation Supports CROSS Services

The Grainger Foundation, an independent, private foundation located in Lake Forest, Illinois, has donated $5,000 to CROSS in support of its commitment to serve families and individuals in times of need.  CROSS’ mission is to provide mercy and aid through … Continue reading

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Girls Night Out at The Woods for CROSS Services

Community members are invited to an evening at The Woods of Maple Grove for a Girls Night Out event 5-8 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 8, 2015 to support local individuals and families in need. “CROSS is delighted to once again be … Continue reading

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