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    Twin Cities Men's Center - Minneapolis, Minnesota USA

  • TCMC Sunday Men's Brunch 2009

    Sunday Men's Brunch - 2009

  • TCMC Strategic Planning - 2016

    Strategic Planning - 2016

The Twin Cities Men's Center provides resources for men seeking to grow in body, mind, and spirit; and advocates for healthier family and community relationships.

Men Talk - June/July edition now online

Read the official newsletter of the Twin Cities Men's Center online edition. Men Talk, a regional, bi-monthly newsletter features a comprehensive Events Calendar of programs and schedule of support groups, informative articles, poetry, an occasional resource directory, book reviews and other information about special events and news covering men's groups in the Twin Cities. Men Talk has appeared in one form or another since 1977.


TDonate gently used or new dress clothing to those in need.



Bring your clothes to:
3249 Hennepin Ave S, Ste. 55
Minneapolis MN 55408

The donation box will be open Monday through Friday 12:30 PM CST to 3:30 PM CST. (And thank you, Board Member, Matt Barnes, for coming up with the idea to do something for the homeless of the Twin Cities!)

VOLUNTEERS Needed for the TCMC State Fair Booth!)

We are looking for volunteers to staff the NAMI, (National Alliance on Mental Illness) booth at the Minnesota State Fair, to Support Mental Health Day, on Aug. 26th, 2024. While we have some VOLUNTEERS, we need others can support a 3 or 4 hour shift. TCMC will have give-aways similar to the International Men's Day last year! Contact our Office Manager, Tom Maher, to volunteer for this event, tomm@tcmc.org or 612-822-5892.

In Memoriam - Scott Bartell

Scott Bartell, a founding and long-time member of the Twin Cities Men's Center, died suddenly on Sunday May 5, 2024 at ANW hospital of natural causes after a brief illness. Al Oertwig remembers Scott as an effective, energetic leader during his earlier more extensive involvement with The Men's Center.

In 1976, Scott was one of the visionary men who founded TCMC. Among his many roles in the 70s, 80s and 90s, he served on the TCMC board, helped produce two regional Men's Conferences, and facilitated many support groups. Also, throughout the 90s, Scott Bartell and other organizers in the Bisexual Organizing Project of Minnesota produced the BECAUSE Conference, which grew into one of the nation's biggest bi+ community events. In addition to his activism, Scott was an avid bagpiper and Gaelic singer. Up to the very end he was telling jokes, singing Gaelic tunes to the nurses in his usual spirited way.

There was a family burial service the second week of May, and his partner, Flo, will be organizing a celebration of life on his birthday in August. He was a dear friend who will be truly missed.

Committee Volunteers

If you have an interest in volunteering for TCMC please consider joining a committee.  We are looking for committee members for our Fundraising, Outreach, and Support Group Committees.  Please contact the TCMC office to be put in touch with committee chair are you are interested in serving.

Fundraising and Contributions Help Needed

Attention TCMC members and supporters, the TCMC Fundraising and Contributions Committee can use your help.  If you have an interest or experience in Fundraising and are willing to volunteer some of your time; please contact Benjamin Alfaro, our Fundraising chair.

TCMC on the Amazon Smile program

The Twin Cities Men's Center is listed as a charitable organization on Amazon Smile. This means when any Amazon customer who registers with Amazon Smile and selects the Twin Cities Men's Center as their charitable organization of choice, 0.5% of any qualifying purchase will be donated to the Twin Cities Men's Center. You can sign up to help us out at < https://smile.amazon.com/>.

Men Help Other Men at the Twin Cities Men's Center.

Do you have ideas for a unique program, workshop, support group or other expertise to offer? Please let us know.