Dakota Unitarian Universalist Church 13001 County Road 5, Burnsville, MN55337 Dakota Unitarian Universalist Church is a liberal alternative church that hosts a service every Sunday morning at 10:30.…More It also hosts a women's group, adult religious education and volunteer opportunities.
360 Communities 501 Highway 13 E, Burnsville, MN55337 360 Communities provides an area where people can come for help. Its 2,000-plus volunteers provide resources and…More aid for child care as well as victims of sexual assault and domestic violence. 360 Communities is partnered with 25 schools to help its students have a successful and positive school experience.
Salvation Army Thrift Store 14101 Irving Ave S, Burnsville, MN55337 The Salvation Army is a Christian-based, nonprofit, volunteer organization that strives to help those in need through a…More variety of programs and services. This Salvation Army location is a thrift store and drop-box donation site. The store is located on Irving Ave South and McAndrews Road West, just east of County Road 5.
Burnsville Hockey Club 75 Civic Center Pkwy, Burnsville, MN55337 The mission of the Burnsville Hockey Club is to promote and support youth hockey development all the way up through the…More high school level for both boys and girls. The volunteer club does fund raising and special events, secures sponsors and follows handbook and policies that are upheld by its board of directors. The Burnsville Hockey Moms is a group that is active within the club and oversees many of the club's events.
Burnsville Historical Society 190 S River Ridge Cir, Burnsville, MN55337 A chapter of the Dakota Historica Society, the Burnsville Historical Society seeks to collect, preserve and record the…More multifaceted history of Burnsville, as well as provide educational resources to the community and celebrate the many people and cultures that make Burnsville what it is today. Various events and exhibitions are hosted by the Burnsville Historical Society, and Historical Society members receive various benefits including discounted and/or free admission to museums and events, access to geneaological and historial materials and databases and more. Volunteers and supporters are always welcome.
Minneapolis-based Bell Mortgage began offering home mortgages 130 years ago. Its founder, David C. Bell was also…More a Hennepin County Treasurer. Today, the home-grown company has 22 locations nationwide. Nearly a dozen independent mortgage loan officers work at the Burnsville office.
For 30 years, the company's current owner and CEO, Gary Kirt, and his employees have been a great example of how local companies give back to the community. It serves meals to the homeless and volunteers at the Boys and Girls Club of the Twin Cities, among other places.