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Amy Twe and group at event

Lifetrack celebrates Amy Twe after 10 years of dedicated service

Lifetrack is bidding a fond farewell to long-time employee Amy Twe with a celebration on Friday, March 6th at 2:00 p.m. at our main office at 709 University. Amy, an Employment Counselor and Job Developer for Lifetrack's Immigrant and Refugee Services is retiring after ten years of dedicated service and will leave an impact on the program and in the lives of the families she worked with.
President Golberg with Campaign Chair Inge Thulin

2015 Greater Twin Cities United Way Chair and 3M CEO visits Lifetrack

Lifetrack was honored to host Inge Thulin, the 2015 Greater Twin Cities United Way Chair and 3M CEO for a tour of Lifetrack earlier this week. President TrixieAnn Girtz Golberg and staff shared the amazing stories of the people Lifetrack has impacted while touring our main office at 709 University.
Children playing outside

Summer Activity Drive

Lifetrack is accepting donations for Summer Fun Activities for the children served through our programs. Your donation helps children, and the adults who care for them, gain the healthy development and life skills that foster learning and positive parenting, which prepares them for success in school, work and life.
Multi-generational family

The "Dagwood Sandwich" Comes to Life

For those of us who remember the cartoon strip Blondie by Dean Young, Dagwood would often be seen coming out of the kitchen with a mega sized sandwich with layers of meat, cheese, and bread. In the past people who took care of aging parents and young children have been referred to as the “sandwich generation”. Today, not only are people taking care of their parents and children, but now it has expanded to grandchildren and sometimes great-grandchildren. In addition to the added complexity of blended families.
Past Immigrant and Refugee Services Client

Donor Spotlight: Marbrook Foundation

Lifetrack’s Immigrant and Refugee Services was awarded a $15,000 grant from Marbrook Foundation to provide the vital employment assistance new Americans need to become self-sufficient.