The mission of Centro Guadalupano is to be companions on the journey with immigrant families and the economically disadvantaged by providing educational programs and human services.
Centro Guadalupano was founded in 2000 in response to the growing demand for culturally competent programming in the Phillips neighborhood of south Minneapolis. Today, Centro serves the immediate and long-term needs of more than 1,000 individuals and families from our diverse community each year, many of whom live at or below poverty level.
Centro Guadalupano’s programs serve all residents of the community, regardless of religious affiliation, race, nationality or ethnicity. Centro’s programs do not include any faith formation components.