Target Commits $10 Million and Ongoing Resources for Rebuilding Efforts and Advancing Social Justice

Monday, June 8, 2020

“Target stands with Black families, communities and team members. As we face an inflection point in Minneapolis and across the country, we’re listening to our team, guests and communities, committed to using our size, scale and resources to help heal and create lasting change,” says Brian Cornell, chairman and CEO, Target.

Initial efforts include:

  • A $10 million investment from Target and the Target Foundation to support long-standing partners such as the National Urban League and the African American Leadership Forum. We will also add new partners in the Minneapolis-St. Paul area and across the country. 
  • 10,000 hours of pro-bono consulting services for Black- and people-of-color-owned small businesses in the Twin Cities, helping with rebuilding efforts. 
  • Continuing to provide essentials such as baby formula, diapers, medicine and more to communities most in need.
  • Target Circle, the Target loyalty program, will offer guests the option to direct Target funds to local nonprofits and include organizations supporting social justice.R

Read the full announcement on Target's website