November 2019
Events, Information and Resources from Family Voices of MN
Resources, information and other parents who understand what you are going through
Thank You To Our Volunteers!
Family Voices of Minnesota has over 180 super savvy volunteer support parents throughout the state of Minnesota.

These parents give back so that other families won't have to figure it out on their own.

They freely give the most precious resources of time, energy and a listening ear.
We are so grateful for our volunteers!!
There's Still Time to Register
8th Annual Connecting Hearts, Raising Voices Benefit is November 15th
Featuring Kevin Kling
5:00 to 8:00 PM | Minnesota Humanities Center, St. Paul

Kevin Kling, playwright and storyteller, has performed all over the world and his commentaries can be heard on NPR’s All things Considered. Kevin has a special appreciation for the work of Family Voices of Minnesota as a person who has personal experience with living with a disability.

Our benefit is raising money to provide support, individual assistance, and information for families of children with disabilities and special health care needs through our CONNECTED Parent-to-Parent program.

Please join us for this special evening on November 15 th for appetizers, drinks, music and the wonderfully woven stories of Kevin Kling.  
November Giving
Can't make it to the benefit?

Give to the Max is November 14th, 2019. hosts an annual non-profit giving day. Early giving has already begun. Donate to Family Voices of Minnesota on or before November 14th, 2019 to help support families of children with special health needs.
Warm Up At One of Our Winter Parent Networking Groups

One in Five Minnesota families with children have a child with a disability or chronic health condition. We do not have to feel alone.

Between back to school time, winter weather and the holidays, families of children with special health needs can feel very isolated. Peer support improves our well-being and helps us feel more confident. Find a group that works for you and join other parents who "get it".