GiveMN, the organization behind today’s Give to the Max Day, launched in 2009 as a collaborative effort led by the Minnesota Community Foundation and many other organizations committed to helping make Minnesota a better place. GiveMN links donors with organizations to enable charitable giving throughout the year on its website, GiveMN.org.
On Give to the Max Day, every donation made through GiveMN.org is entered into an hourly drawing for an additional $1,000 donation, and two organizations will be randomly selected to receive an additional $10,000. The first Give to the Max Day was a smashing success, raising $14 million in 24 hours, and that momentum continues today—as of noon $2 million had already been donated and high levels of traffic forced the organization to scale back to a more basic version of its website.
We here at The Growler have had the pleasure of partnering with the six below organizations at various times throughout our existence, and we encourage you to donate to them today, or a cause that’s near and dear to you, for Give to the Max Day.
Minnesota Public Radio
The mission of Minnesota Public Radio is to enrich the mind and nourish the spirit, thereby assisting their audiences to enhance their lives, expand perspectives and strengthen their communities. Donate here.
FINNEGANS turns beer into food by donating 100% of their profits to the fight against hunger. In November and December FINNEGANS’ beer distributors are matching their donations dollar for dollar for their Drink Like You Care campaign. Donate here.
— Urban Roots (@urbanrootsmn) November 17, 2016
Urban Roots is a Saint Paul-based organization whose mission is to build vibrant and healthy communities through food, conservation and youth development. They’ll be using funds raised on Give to the Max Day to sponsor an upcoming internship. Donate here.
YMCA Twin Cities
Fair Vote Minnesota
Give to the Max Day is finally here! A gift to FairVote Minnesota is the easiest way you can improve our democracy: https://t.co/QCB77vMLJR
— FairVote Minnesota (@FairVoteMN) November 17, 2016
FairVote Minnesota works for better democracy through public education and advocacy. Their focus is on progressive voting systems that lead to greater competitiveness, better representatio,n and more participation in elections. Donate here.
— One Heartland (@oneheartland) November 17, 2016
One Heartland designs and runs camp programs for youth and families facing significant health challenges or social isolation. Donate here.