We truly appreciate our current business sponsors!


Advance Family Dental

Arthur Murray Dance Centers

CAEF
3M
Café Latte

Chanhassen Dinner Theater
Forever Bella
General Mills

Guys and Dolls
Infinite Campus
Lemon Water Salon
Love Your Melon
Lucy's Burgers
Mauer Chev/Buick/GMC

Minneapolis Vein Center

Navegate
Oak Hill Chiropractic

​Pletscher's Greenhouse

Schuler Shoes

Studio One Yoga

​Styled Stems

Tamblyn's Farm and Greenhouse
Thrivent Foundation
Timeless Elements
Total Wine

Tria Restaurant
Utepils Brewing
Wise Guys Pizza
Zerorez

We are a 501(c)(3) organization so your donations are 100% tax deductible.

Each year the Give to the Max event offers everyone the opportunity to donate to charities they care about. Causes that are doing good in their community, like Operation No Limits. The at-risk youth which we serve need to know that people care about them and are willing to invest in their lives. We humbly ask for your consideration when choosing where your donation dollars will go.


https://www.givemn.org/giving-events/gtmd21


Our Mission

To enhance the lives of at-risk youth through education, support, encouragement, positive experiences, life and social skills development and advocacy. ​


          LORI 

Executive Director

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Charting a path for the success of at-risk youth...

 

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Operation No Limits has devoted its energy to passionately advocate for at-risk youth. 


Contribute to the future of someone in need by donating today. By selecting Operation No Limits as your charity of choice, Amazon donates to us automatically with every purchase made at smile.amazon.com. It's easy, click AmazonSmile below and start shopping. 

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Current projects - service learning

Operation No Limits has partnered with Anoka County to participate in several projects. Teens are taught skills such as planning and executing real life projects in the community. Projects such as landscaping, painting, operating a large garden, producing crops, marketing and selling the crops, as well as operating a commercial kitchen. This will benefit these teens by teaching them trade skills which they can use in future employment as well as their personal lives. Teens will learn to become an active participant in their community through service learning, this will help them develop a connection with the community as well as internalize the benefits of serving the community.