Welcome to Reclaim Community

We are a non-profit organization dedicated to economic revitalization through community engagement and sustainable adaptive reuse of historic buildings.

About Us

Our Beliefs

We believe in a world where we are responsible stewards of our built resources, and our community’s wealth. Our mission is to solve environmental and economic problems by mobilizing a community to reuse its cultural assets. We do that by preserving our historic buildings, investing in what we already have, to create opportunities for entrepreneurs, artists, and creators. We believe in reusing and restoring the places that tell the stories of the past, in order to show us what possibilities the future holds.

How You Can Help

Send Donations

Giving online is secure, convenient and hassle-free with Paypal. We also do accept standard cash and check donations. Your support allows us to preserve our history and transform the community through increasing economic opportunities. You can be a vital part of our success story in just a few clicks!

Become a Volunteer

Get involved today by becoming a Volunteer. Sign up to join a group of change-makers, and help us transform the beautiful places and the entire community of Jasper, MN. Serve at a fundraiser, work on building maintenance and repair, host a community forum, or provide technical assistance- whatever your skills, we can use your help!

Membership

Your recurring monthly membership donation via Patreon helps us continue to preserve our buildings and tell their stories, host fundraisers, and spread education on our mission of sustainable development. You can make a difference today by signing up for as little as $1 per month, and special thank-you gifts when you choose higher level gifts.

Our Why; Making an Impact

This Place Matters

At its best, preservation engages the past in a conversation with the present over a mutual concern for the future.

William Murtagh

Community is much more than belonging to something; it’s about doing something together that makes belonging matter.

Brian Solis

Upcoming Events and News

Stonewall/Leischner Building update

Recap of Sept actions:  In the council meeting in September, there was discussion about selling the old bowling alley lot to the owner of the Stonewall Bar. We attended the meeting in support for her plan to build a new building, and advocate for saving the current Stonewall building. We

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Become a Volunteer

Our mission is big and bold, and we need YOUR help to achieve it.
The greatness of a community is most accurately measured by the compassionate actions of its members. Join us in action!

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