We take pride in Robbinsdale's rich culture and strive to
keep every creative avenue accessible to all.
The citizens of Robbinsdale are the heartbeat of our
community and embody our efforts.
We treasure our 15 parks and three lakes and are
dedicated to keeping them clean and safe for all to enjoy.
By working as a team, we support and embrace
our city's organizations and businesses.
Founded in 2007, the Heart of Robbinsdale Community Foundation was created with the mission of supporting and enriching the quality of life in Robbinsdale, Minnesota. The Foundation helps enhance community projects, services and amenities that fall within our four corners of giving.
With your help, we can continue to raise support and awareness, distribute grants back into our community, and invest in the future of Robbinsdale.
Robbinsdale's own Birdtown Race Committee is excited to announce Robbinsdale's very first half marathon, The Birdtown! The Birdtown will include a half marathon, 8K, 4K and Lil' Birdie fun run. Races will kick off at 8am this Saturday, May 17 and will run through scenic downtown Robbinsdale. Join us for this family fun race and discover your own way to walk, run... or FLY!
The Bridtown needs volunteers! Please sign up here or contact Kelly McClure at email@example.com today. On behalf of the Heart of Robbinsdale Community Foundation, Good Luck to all Bridtown racers this Saturday!
Our 7th Annual Denim Dazzle Fundraiser was a HUGE success! Great big thanks to our partners, Lakeview Elementary School and KidPack, a local program that partners with community organizations to fight hunger and provide relief to elementary school students in our community!
The City of Robbinsdale is raising funds to build a large pavilion and bandshell at the south end of Crystal Lake at Lakeview Terrace Park. The space would be large enough for city band concerts, family reunions, special events and picnics. The estimated cost of the new bandshell is $400,000. The Heart of Robbinsdale Community Foundation hopes to partner with the City of Robbinsdale to make this vision a reality.
Photography on internal pages by Tim Lewis.