Along with on-going financial contributions to local arts organizations, projects that promote health, healthy living, and alternatives for education and inclusion across society, included on these pages you will find a few of our passion projects here at DJHPartners/Choice Point Solutions.
Each year we contribute a combination of time and resources, and sometimes money, to these people, businesses, or organizations, just because we believe in the good work they are doing.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS: Interact Center for the Visual and Performing Arts
Interact Center for Visual and Performing Arts is an arts center for adults with disabilities located in the Creative Enterprise Zone in Saint Paul, Minnesota.
Since 1996, Interacts mission to create art that challenges perceptions of disability has opened doors for artists with disabilities and audiences eager to experience their work. Artists might never have seen the arts as a life choice, but now see the arts as essential to their humanity. With over 100 artists working in theater and studio arts, Interact is multi-cultural, inter-generational, and embraces the entire spectrum of disability labels.
From creating original theater, to dance, music, writing, painting, drawing, sculpture, textile arts, and everything in between – Interact artists flourish in an environment of radical inclusion, creating side-by-side with artists with and without disabilities, and artists from mainstream and marginalized communities.
Interact invites recognized professionals into our work as fellow performers, teachers, mentors, and colleagues. And we create opportunities for Interact artists to present work on stages and in galleries throughout Minnesota and beyond.
Organic Farmers + Food Businesses
Since 2009, Dr. Jan has done business consulting with several local farmers, many of whom are couples in business together, and/or multi-generational family farms. She continues to take on a number of these projects and welcomes being well-fed in exchange for consultation when she can be of help and the need is there.
Learn more about Dr. Jan’s passion for assisting farmers and people in food related businesses, offering consulting along with partnering on special pro bono projects. One example is our 4 year business development project with Loon Organics, a farmer’s market and CSA operation that has morphed into a food share as we continue to hone the business around family/life needs.
“Jan has been an invaluable resource to grow, define, and sharpen our farm business. She is supportive, intuitive, clear, and creative. She has helped us vastly improve our hiring, employee management, and risk management processes, often with simple, creative strategies that make a big positive impact. She’s also helped us step back and look at the Big Picture, further defining our farm’s mission, values, and visioning for the future, and then grounding that vision in the present. Her blending of the practical improvement of systems with the creative visioning for the future has been an inspiring part of our work with her. With Jan’s help, we’ve been able to move our farm forward without sacrificing our quality of life and partnering goals.”
– Loon Organics
Mentoring Young Adults
For young adults between the ages of 17-27 years, we offer some Complimentary Strategy Sessions, educational and career transition, career development mentoring.
You are encouraged to reach out for a free phone consultation to share the needs and inquire about resources and opportunities.
Simon Says Give Minnesota
The Purpose and Vision at Simon Says Give is Kids Celebrating Kids!
It is our purpose to help the next generation of leaders to be unstoppable.
We engage youth who want to be involved in helping other youth by volunteering their time, talent or treasure. Our goal is to impact 2 million kids by 2022 through our Simon Says Give Programming.
This year we participated in the High Five For Supplies, a Guinness World Record Attempt on 8.8.2018. At the Mall of America, hundreds of people helped pack more than 8100 backpacks for school children in need, achieving the Guinness record in 3 1/2 hours!