What we do

We support children and youth to reach their full potential!

We create systems change and build an infrastructure that adequately serves its growing, diverse populations in Worthington and surrounding areas in southwest Minnesota. We strive to foster healthy communities and honor Black, Indigenous, People of Color, Immigrants/Refugees, and low-income community members.

We Find & Fund

We are in search of opportunities to help as many youths as possible. We approach and fund all those who are in need.

We Educate

Today’s youth need a helpful hand and right guidance at every stage. Here’s where we take care of them like our own.

We Provide Care

We build communities for the underprivileged children so they are encouraged to attend school with their friends.

We Consult

We run events for the underprivileged children and youth of daily wage workers for a better future.

We Build a Community

We run organizations where we employ youngsters so they can live their dreams for themselves and their families.

We Strengthen

We believe that education, and employment gives people an inner strength to lead a better life.

What we care for

Youth programming

Seeds of Justice involves youth through Be the Change: Leadership on Purpose which is a youth-led program that is housed under our organization. Seeds of Justice recognizes the importance of involving youth in organizational processes and community programming.

Examples of youth programming are: mental health dialogue, post-pandemic academic support, creating career pathways, youth empowerment workshops, and building inter-generational alliances.

Representation in decision-making

Seeds of Justice was born out of the need for better racial and cultural representation in decision-making processes which is why we also mobilize our immigrant, refugee, and other marginalized community members to realize their place in our democracy.

Some of this programming includes, helping people register to vote, presence at important local-decision making events, and building relationships with local, state and federal officials.

COVID-19 Response

The 2019 pandemic exacerbated the social and economic inequities that confront vulnerable populations in the Nobles County area, including immigrants, refugees, youth of color, and low-income families.

Seeds of Justice stepped up to meet the diverse and pressing needs of our community including culturally-specific food distribution, Covid-19 education and vaccine events, and many other needs.