• Mike Colosimo, The Social

Support These Local Rogers Charities

The holidays are a traditional time to donate to the organizations who make a difference in your community. This holiday season, we’re featuring three of the local Rogers charities that are near and dear to our hearts.

Front Line Foundation

Our founder Mike is a long-time supporter of the Front Line Foundation. The organization supports the loved ones of those who died in the line of duty, including law enforcement officers, firefighters, EMS personnel, and the Minnesota National Guard. Their support includes endowments for bereaved families, scholarships and training registration costs for personnel, and support for preparedness training for safety officers in hospitals, schools, and places of worship.

If you want to learn more about the Front Line Foundation or make a donation to this worthy organization, visit the Front Line Foundation website.

Rogers Lions

The Lions Club of Rogers, Minnesota, has served the community for decades. The club puts on several events throughout the year, including Rockin’ Rogers days every summer, an annual golf tournament, and Breakfast with Santa, among other weekly or monthly events. The club also gives away scholarships to area students.

If you want to learn more about the Lions Club of Rogers or become a Lion yourself, visit the club’s website.

I-94 West Chamber of Commerce

Rogers is lucky to be a part of the I-94 West Chamber of Commerce, the chamber that serves communities along the I-94 corridor. The chamber promotes partnerships between businesses, non-profit organizations, the government, and the community. It offers opportunities for professional development, networking, and other services.

To learn more about the chamber or become a member, visit the I-94 West Chamber of Commerce website.

We hope you take a moment to support these organizations or any others that are important to you and your family. For more information about these and other local organizations, get in touch with The Social.

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