The Richard M. Schulze Family American Cancer Society Hope Lodge—
The Richard M. Schulze Family
The Richard M. Schulze Family Foundation challenged the American Cancer Society to a $5 million dollar matching gift. The $5 million dollar gift along with the matching funds from individual and corporate philanthropists built the Minneapolis Hope Lodge building, aptly named The Richard M. Schulze Family American Cancer Society Hope Lodge.
University Of Minnesota
The University of Minnesota donated the land to the American Cancer Society to build the Hope Lodge facility.
The following volunteer opportunities are available at the Minneapolis Hope Lodge community.
- Reception Desk Duties
- Light housekeeping
- Various other opportunities
Additionally, we have our Cooking Up Hope program. Through this program, groups can come to the Hope Lodge community and provide a home-cooked meal for our guests.
Volunteer Orientations are offered the first Tuesday of the month, from 5-6pm.
For more information please contact:
Debbie Nelson, Hope Lodge Assistant Manager - email@example.com or 612.379.6352 x104
Our Wish List
The items below are some of the supplies and materials that The Richard M. Schulze Family American Cancer Society Hope Lodge needs for everyday activities. You can drop these items off at the Hope Lodge building.
Thank you very much!
Guest Room Supplies
The Richard M. Schulze Family American Cancer Society Hope Lodge
2500 University Ave SE
Minneapolis, MN 55414
Residency at a Hope Lodge facility is a courtesy extended at the sole discretion of American Cancer Society. All individuals who meet the Hope Lodge eligibility requirements will be welcomed regardless of race, creed, citizenship, physical disability, gender, color, ethnic heritage, veteran status, economic status, or sexual orientation. For admissions information, please select a Hope Lodge location.