Minneapolis American Indian Center


Incorporated as nonprofit in 1974, the Minneapolis American Indian Center (MAIC) is one of the earliest established and largest urban American Indian Centers in the country. MAIC currently operates seven major human services programs for the large Twin Cities urban American Indian population. Program strategies are culture-based, incorporating utilization of best practices, and research-based approaches in service delivery targeted to Indian youth, families, and elders living in the metro area. The mission of MAIC is to provide excellent services that help meet the needs of the American Indian community within a foundation of cultural values.


1530 East Franklin Avenue
Minneapolis, MN 55404

submit update request

Information out of date? Submit an update request
details »
amount raised
details »
Support Minneapolis American Indian Center

You have the power to make a big difference for Minneapolis American Indian Center

Sign up for Dailygood and we’ll donate to your cause when you search, shop, dine, play games & more!

learn more »

get started

here’s how you can help

  1. create a Dailygood accountGet started by creating an account so you can start raising money for your cause for free!
  2. do things you already doUse Dailygood for everyday activities like searching the web, playing online games, shopping, dining and more. see more ways to raise »
  3. we donateWe’ll make a donation to your chosen cause when you complete an action on Dailygood. learn more »