The Fort Snelling Memorial Chapel Foundation has developed partnerships with like-minded local 501(c)(3) organizations who believe and promote living Christian-like values. In addition to supporting them through our Benevolence grants we also partner with them in their fundraising efforts.


New Life Family Services: Committed and caring providers of comprehensive services for men and women facing unintended pregnancies. As a non-profit, Christian social service agency licensed by the state of Minnesota, New Life Family Services empowers men and women to make informed pregnancy-decisions through individualized support, education, resources, adoption services, and other professional services. Serving the community since 1973, New Life is one of the oldest and largest organizations of its kin.

In addition to our annual benevolence gifts to New Life Family services that qualify us as a Corporate Sponsor, our Chapel family participates in various fundraising and donation opportunities throughout the year.

Two of the events we participate in are the New Life Family Services Walk for Life fundraiser, and our Chapel Picnic during which we sponsor a collection of baby items such as clothing, toys, diapers, etc. as well as gifts for the expectant mother to be donated to New Life Family Services.



Crossroads Chapel’s mission is to actively engage in serving the spiritual needs of visitors to the Minnesota State Fair. We provide a place to meet other Christians as well as offering a safe place for those who seek answers and help to life’s questions. We are a non-profit organization made up of individuals and churches throughout the Twin Cities Metro Area who subscribe to the Bible teaching…

“So, we are ambassadors for Christ, God making his appeal through us. We beseech you on behalf of Christ, be reconciled to God.” 2 Corinthians 5:20

On Military Appreciation Day at the Minnesota State Fair, members of the Fort Snelling Memorial Chapel Foundation donate their time to help with kid’s crafts, man the welcome desk, handing out Bibles, and also provide prayer for those in need … while having opportunity to talk about the Chapel and give away “freebies.”