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Informing & building community around cohousing

November 2021


Give-to-the-Max, or Give-Even-a-Little Day?

As we move into 2022, please consider investing in Twin Cities Cohousing Network. Your gift of just-a-little (or more if you can) will go a long way in our all-volunteer organization.

We've shifted to Zoom-based and outdoor events (when the weather is warm) during the pandemic.

We continue our work of informing about cohousing and providing a space for people with an interest in creating intentional, caring neighborhoods to meet and network.

Thank you for giving--even a little--during GiveToTheMax Day. DONATION LINK

Twin Cities Cohousing Network is a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit charitable organization.

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Strategic planning for 2022 activation

Shortened days of winter are a great time to review, reorganize and lay groundwork, and TCCN is no different. 

Watch for upcoming news about strategic initiatives that the board will be rolling out in the new year.

We're hopeful that vaccination rates will continue to increase, and by next year sometime we'll be able to return to in-person events.

Thank you for your interest and support to keep us going as we work a long-term strategy for increasing home ownership opportunities with designed-in community spirit.

TCCN's GiveToTheMax Day link

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Welcome to all of our recent subscribers. FYI, here’s a link to an MPR News story about cohousing (4:32).

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Deadline for next TCCN News--November 29

If you've got an idea for TCCN News, or want to submit an article for consideration, please send an email to Deadline for the next issue is November 29, 2021. At this time, only original editorial content is considered--you must be the writer or own copyright of the work.

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