Mission Statement

The mission of DinoMights is to equip our urban youth to develop Physical, Academic, Social and Spiritual excellence.

Impact and Programs

Accomplishments DinoMights served 400 students in 2015-16. 94% of students said that DinoMights helped them do better in school. Over the past 21 years DinoMights has an 85% high school graduation rate. That is significantly higher that the rate for Minneapolis Public School students not in DinoMights. High School aged students provided information on their total credits and Cumulative GPA. That is providing a baseline for improvement in 2016-17. We also brought High School students to 3 college visits to increase their belief that they can attend college. We built an outdoor hockey rink in the West Phillips Neighborhood, which provided roughly 3000 additional hours of contact time with our students.
Current Goals Goals for 2016-17 are to expand programming at the new outdoor hockey rink, increase the overall GPA for our high school students, and serve 410+ total students.
Community or Constituency Served DinoMights serves the very diverse South Minneapolis neighborhoods of Powderhorn, Phillips, and Central. The 400 participants aged 4-18, comprise a beautiful mosaic, representing a cross section of their neighborhoods, coming from African American, Latino/Hispanic, Asian, and Caucasian backgrounds.
Geographic Area Served Phillips, Powderhorn and Central Neighborhoods of South Minneapolis.

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3400 Park Avenue
Minneapolis, MN 55407
Phone: 612-216-4822

General Information

EIN: 41-1831084
Principal Staff: Scott Harman
Number of Full-Time Equivalents (FTE): 5
Volunteers: 55
Number of Clients: 398


Board Chair: Sue Gherity
Number of Board Members: 6
Board Meetings with Quorum: 6
Average Member Attendance: 4.3

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