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MGCO Partner Organizations

Part of Maple Grove Community Organization's mission is to promote community pride by bringing together citizens and civic organizations. While MGCO is always looking for community members who want to be involved in their community, we would also like to make citizens aware of the other opportunities to be active within Maple Grove. Here is a list of organizations MGCO works with and supports within Maple Grove:


Civic and Community Organizations

American Cancer Society
Beyond the Yellow Ribbon

CROSS serves Maple Grove, Champlin, Corcoran, Dayton, Osseo and Rogers. In addition to the food shelf, CROSS provides housing assistance; clothing; support for children's school, birthday and holiday needs; Meals on Wheels and more for individuals and families in need. CROSS's facility in Rogers is open to clients on Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Friday mornings, and there are five mobile food shelf programs in surrounding communities. More information about donating, services, programs, fundraisers, and volunteering is available at www.CROSSservices.org or by calling 763-425-1050. All donations are tax-deductible.

Drawn together to Share The Good News!  The four points of the compass offer a captivating image of the vision of Cross Winds Church.  Cross Winds United Methodist Church will:
N for Nurture, E for Evangelize, W for Worship, S for Serve


Maple Grove Ambassador Scholarship Program


Maple Grove Museum is open to the public on the 2nd Sunday of each month. It is located in the old public works building at 9030 Forestview Lane.

The Maple Grove Lions are part of the Lions International, world's largest service organization. The Maple Grove Lions have provided our community with the Lions Pavilion & Playground at the Community Center, emergency defibrillators in Maple Grove Police cars, infrared heat scopes for the Maple Grove Fire Department, holiday baskets for local families, yearly scholarships to local students and much more. 

The mission of the Parks and Recreation Board through its employees is a commitment to provide prompt, responsive and courteous customer service to the public in its quest to provide quality leisure opportunities through park and recreation facilities and services which meet the interest and needs of all City residents.

The Maple Grove Police Department was officially created in 1954 with the election of two constables. By 1962, the department had grown to four part-time police officers. 
Today, the Maple Grove Police Department consists of a Police Chief, Captain of Patrol, Captain of Services, Captain of Professional Standards, Investigative Sergeant, Safe Streets Sergeant, Jail Administrator Sergeant, Patrol Sergeants, Patrol Officers, Investigators, CSOs, Crime Prevention Officer, Reserves, Explorers, Crime Analyst, Property and Evidence Technician, Range Coordinator, and a Records Management Team.

Maple Grove Radio Club

Amateur radio club located in Maple Grove.

The Rotary Club of Maple Grove is a group of business professionals who live or work in the Maple Grove area. We provide volunteer service to our schools, the community and internationally to improve the lives of those with whom we connect and make our community and world a better place to live. We encourage high ethical standards in business and the ideal of "service above self".

Minneapolis Parks & Recreation


"The mission of Three Rivers Park District is to promote environmental stewardship through recreation and education in a natural resources-based park system.”


It encompasses over 27,000 acres of parks and trails and serves 10  millions of visitors annually.  We pride ourselves on acquiring, developing, and maintaining park reserves for today and tomorrow. 


Youth & School Organizations

Bunce Backyard Productions

This Bunce Backyard adventure began in 2007.  They perform as family in a show of their choosing to create community by inviting friends and neighbors — both experienced and new performers — to join the Bunce family.  They continue to  “give back” by encouraging audience members to make donations to charitable organizations (rather than pay admission to the show).  And in all things they want to honor God by their hard work and loving attitudes, bringing glory to Him through good stories and performances.

Maple Grove Police Explorers
MG Hockey Association
MGSH Hockey Team
MGSH Lacrosse
MGSH Soccer Team - Girls
MGSH Swim Team - Boys
OSH Football Booster
Project My Neighborhood

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