Terra Soma equips clients to have the outcomes they want in the communities they care about. They are a woman/Native American owned agency in the Twin Cities (with a satellite office in Washington state) that partners at all scales with government, tribal, non-profit, philanthropic, educational, and private sector organizations–including cross-sector collaborations–to advance the public good.
Second Harvest Heartland works to end hunger through community partnerships. They are one of the nation’s largest, most efficient and most innovative hunger relief organizations. Their fleet of trucks drives half a million miles every year, helping connect people with the food they need to thrive. Beyond the food bank itself, Second Harvest Heartland works to find new, more efficient and more effective, ways to do more with the food resources in our community.
Second Harvest Heartland
Since 2015, Hack the Gap has been working to amplify the voices and cultivate the talents of women and non-binary people in tech.
Hack the Gap
The Bush Foundation invests in great ideas and the people who power them. Who can argue with that? We’re honored to be repeat partners for the bushCONNECT (bushCON) event, which seeks to build stronger and more meaningful connections across networks of leaders in our region, inspiring and equipping them to think bigger and think differently about what’s possible in their communities.
Bush Foundation’s bushCONNECT
Since 2014, gish&co. has supported the InSideOut Initiative with a multitude of marketing and promotional activities. gish&co. is proud to partner with the Initiative as it works to bring its character-building, life-sustaining curriculum to NFL markets and school communities nationwide.
Since 2016, gish&co. has served as Second Harvest Heartland’s marketing partner for Dish: Cuisine for Change, the organization’s signature fundraising gala. From conceiving the creative concept to producing all of the promotional materials and creating donor engagement opportunities—we’ve helped bring the event to life, mix things up a bit, and most importantly—raise funds for our hungry neighbors!