Sponsors & Exhibitors

Every year, the generous support of sponsors from across the state makes the Minnesota Coalition for the Homeless Annual Conference possible.

Click here for our 2018 Sponsor and Exhibitor package
Click here  for the Sponsor the Exhibitor Guide

The Minnesota Coalition for the Homeless is excited to bring the 2018 Annual Conference over to Duluth Entertainment Convention Center in Duluth, MN. Taking place on September 13-14, this is the only conference of its kind in the Midwest, bringing together over 600 individuals from across the region. Attendees represent a diverse community of stakeholders invested in ending homelessness, including direct service providers, nonprofit leaders, housing developers, human service specialists, policy advocates, philanthropists, tribal members, federal, state, and county administrators, and individuals who are currently or formerly homeless. The two-day convening includes over 40 workshops, plenary sessions, networking, and continuing education opportunities.

Sponsors will be able to reach participants before, during, and after the Annual Conference through recognition in promotional materials, on the conference website, in the conference program, and during plenary sessions. Through an exhibit table, you will have the chance to connect with hundreds of nonprofit and public sector leaders and staff from across the state.

Our 2017 Annual Conference Sponsors:

Leadership Sponsors

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Champion Sponsors

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Advocate Sponsors


Friend Sponsors

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Grassroots Sponsors

Sunrise Banks
Minnesota Adult and Teen Challenge

Our 2017 Exhibitors:

MN Adult and Teen Challenge
Open Your Heart
This is Medicaid
Echo’s Healing Stones
MN Brain Injury Alliance
Metropolitan State University
Office of Senator Al Franken
Nystrom Associates, Ltd.
Minnesota Housing Finance Agency
Protect Our Homes
Minnesota Coalition for the Homeless
Homes for All
Northcountry Cooperative Foundation