FUNDERS & PARTNERS

Our funders, clients, sponsors and donors enable us to convene intentional social dialogues to forge the relationships necessary for building effective multi-disciplinary, cross-cultural action plans to meet the challenges confronting our community and beyond.

Funders

Clients & Sponsors

Best Buy
Best Buy Foundation
Buffalo Wild Wings
Catalyst Initiative of the George Family Foundation
CentraCare Health Systems
Central Minnesota Community Foundation
City of St. Cloud
City of St. Paul
Collective Action Lab
George Family Foundation
InGensa, Inc.
Nokomas Roofing
Ramsey County
Ramsey County Attorney’s Office
St. Paul Public Schools
Suburban Ramsey Family Collaborative
Sunrise Community Banks
Turtle Bread Company

Sustaining Donors

Stuart Ackerberg
Paul Bachleitner
Dawn Baker & Mark Nelson
Lyn Bearinger & Michael Resnick
Arthur & Kate Berman
Peter Berge
Cynthia Bigley
Dick & Mimi Bitzan
Uri & Melissa Camarena
Yvonne Cheek
Jacqueline Coleman
Russell Cowles
Michelle & Michael DeVaughn
Pamela Diamond & Michael Brenner
Chuck & Andrea Duddingston
Penny & Bill George
Heidi & Jeff Haine
Peggy & Rick Hansen
Hubert Joly
Sue & Doug Kmetz
Janis Lane-Ewart
Amy Lau & David Fong
Lake Nokomis Presbyterian Church
John Larsen & Mike Stewart
Mary & Michael Lilja
Olivia Mastry & Mike Miller
Michael Miller & Lynn Herbert
Elizabeth & Charles Mooty
James Palmquist
Michael & Treva Paparella
Josine Peters
E. Clarke Porter & Phyllis Thomson
James Rosenstiel
Carrie Schleis
Greg & Kay Schroedl
Sarabeth & David Scott
Rajni & Rajiv Shah
Margaret & Phil Soran
Ellen J. Siewert & Fred Nolan
Jonathan Tallman & Laura Jelinek
Teresa & Karl Tourville
Steven Wells & Jane Scallen
Desiree & Joe Whitney
Nou Yang
Beth Zemsky

Marnita's Table is a 501(c)3. Our eleven-year old organization seeks to close gaps across difference through making Intentional Social Interaction the new pattern for society where people of color, the disenfranchised, the poor, the unheard, the fragile, the LGBTQ+ and anyone who is normally left out of community decision making are automatically included and valued at the policy-making and resource-sharing table.