Welcome to the Historic Rondo Community
Aurora St. Anthony Neighborhood Development Corporation (ASANDC) started in 1980, and began as a community watch, and crime prevention group.
ASANDC became a Non-Profit 503 (c)(3) in 1982 and began hosting a variety of social, economic, housing, and commercial development programs for Aurora St. Anthony, Frogtown and Summit-University residents of all ages.
To foster positive relationships within and between the neighborhoods we serve, and to support our members in effecting the quality of life in their communities.
To improve the economic and social well-being of the people we serve.
Our Current Annual Report
Click on the cover to view our results for 2020 – 2021.
Announcing: One Million Black Women Partnership
About One Million Black Women
In partnership with Black-women-led organizations, financial institutions and other partners, Goldman Sachs has committed $10 billion in direct investment capital and $100 million in philanthropic capital over the next decade to address the dual disproportionate gender and racial biases that Black women have faced for generations, which have only been exacerbated by the pandemic. The initiative, One Million Black Women, is named for and guided by the goal of impacting the lives of at least one million Black women by 2030. Goldman Sachs research has shown that sustained investments in Black women across the core pillars of housing, healthcare, access to capital, education, job creation and workforce advancement, digital connectivity and financial health will catalyze economic growth, making for not only a fairer, but also a richer society.
For more information:
Goldman Sachs One Million Black Women Announces 50 Recipients of Black Women Impact Grants to Scale Black Women-Led Nonprofits – GoldmanSachs.com
Goldman Sachs Unveils $10 Billion Push to Invest in Black Women –WSJ.com
Goldman Sachs’ ‘One Million Black Women’ Initiative Announces Grant Recipients – Essence.com
COVID - 19
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TO OUR PARTICIPANTS:
Aurora St. Anthony Neighborhood Development Corporation is open. How and where we work may look different for the time being, but we continue to serve participants virtually across the Twin Cities area.
Contact us by phone or complete our contact form, and we will respond as quickly as we can. For more details about our programs, volunteer work or career opportunities please let us know!
For many long-time members, we will always be the “block club” – the place that you go to when you need a neighbor or a reference to a resource. However, over our 40-year history, we have done much more for our community.
How to Get Involved
PARTNER WITH US
By becoming a volunteer, you have the opportunity to make a change within a community that has a long standing history in the St. Paul, Minnesota area.