We’re delighted and honored to announce that 180 Degrees’ Community Reentry Services have been selected to receive the Damus Award; a philanthropic project that gives up to $25,000 annually to Minnesota nonprofits.
The Damus Board; a select group of University of St. Thomas Business Undergraduates announced 180 Degrees' Community Re-Entry Services is a winner of its prestigious Damus award.
Richard Coffey, Executive Director of Community Re-Entry Services accepted the award in an online ceremony. “This award will help benefit programs that are working to achieve change in our communities.” Says Programs Director Richard Coffey, “I would like to thank the Damus Award Board for providing this growth opportunity."
The Damus Board invites Business students to engage in this leadership opportunity to acknowledge and fund local nonprofits.
We are thankful to receive this award and ready to use it to provide meaningful, trauma-informed support for men re-entering society where their communities need them as fathers, sons, and brothers.