Community Mediation & Restorative Services, Inc.
To develop the capacity of our community to respectfully resolve conflict and repair harm.
Review Completed: 9/20/2012
9220 Bass Lake Road, Ste 270
New Hope, MN 55428
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MN Youth Intervention Program Association,
Conflict Resolution Minnesota,
Minnesota Association for Community Mediation,
Minnesota Restorative Justice Coalition,
National Association of Community Mediation
Tags / Keywords
Philanthropy/Voluntarism, Crime & Justice, Nonprofit Services, Housing & Homelessness, Children & Families, Civil Rights/Advocacy
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Most Recent 990
Most Recent Audit
1. People. CMRS
The CMRS Planning Committee is developing language around strategic goals to be considered by the CMS Board at the Sept 2012 Board meeting.
Community or Constituency Served
Residents of our community seeking to resolve a dispute or to repair harm from an offense.
Geographic Area Served
Impact and Programs
3 Year Average Expenses
Unrestricted Net Assets
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|From the Charity
||We are grateful for our partners, proud of the accomplishments, and committed to our mission to help people in our community move through conflict with effectiveness and civility. The CMS Board of Directors was deliberate and thorough in applying the Charity Review Council’s Accountability Standards and is committed to maintaining adherence by demonstrating the values of transparent and responsible governance, sound financial management and excellent stewardship of donated time, talent, and donations. The Board pledges to continually strive to maintain compliance with the Accountability Standards.