peration No Limits  2018

Our Mission

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

Operation No Limits, and the at-risk youth that we serve, are so thankful and grateful for YOU! For all of our supporters, volunteers, employers who provide matching funds, community leaders and juvenile center staff…THANK YOU!

Although Covid-19 has restricted any volunteers to be on campus for Thanksgiving, the kids still enjoyed a full turkey dinner with sides and pie! Thank you for the generous donations received during our Silent Auction which provided all the ingredients along with pies being donated!

In past years we’ve also brought in volunteers to help the kids with baking treats to share with family when they have visits during the holidays. This year, with the money raised for baking, the kids will be making and decorating Ugly Sweater Sugar Cookies! A fun and creative time is sure to be had!

Your generosity has also allowed us to begin purchasing full size shampoo, conditioner, deodorant, toothpaste and toothbrush, body wash and other items so that each kid will receive these gifts on Christmas morning!

We are genuinely grateful for your involvement with Operation No Limits and for investing in the future of many at-risk youth in our community.


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

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

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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.