St. Louis Park nonprofits and schools received $85,276 as a result of Give to the Max Day.
The St. Louis Park Public Schools Foundation received the most donations, at $36,511.
Give to the Max, now in its fourth year, is when Minnesotans try to give as much as possible in a 24-hour period to local charities.
This year, Minnesotans gave $16.39 million to nonprofits.
Here are the St. Louis Park causes that received donations, according to the GiveMN website:
- An Eruv Enhances Observance Of The Jewish Sabbath—$118
- Annual Fundraising Drive 2011 (St. Paul-Nagasaki Sister City Committee, Inc.)—$190
- Annual Fundraising Drive 2012 (St. Paul-Nagasaki Sister City Committee, Inc.)—$280
- BDPA - Twin Cities Foundation—$250
- Caroline Owens - Habitat 500—$1,945
- General Operating/Collections Care—$25
- Give To The Max Day 2012 (Chesterton Academy)—$5,410
- Gratitude Greetings For Teachers- St. Louis Park Public Schools Foundation—$7,534
- Habitat 500 - Mark Hollingsworth - Rider #60—$1,545
- Habitat 500 - Wally Lentz, Rider #134—$890
- Habitat 500, Les Gunderson, Rider # 61_$100
- Habitat 500, Terry & Carol Spawn Riders # 62 & #63—$3,305
- Help Nathan And Margie Thompson Raise Funds For North St. Louis County Habitat For Humanity—$565
- Hennepin History Museum, The Historical Society Of Hennepin County, Mn—$3,055
- Ivey Awards—$1,375
- Lenox Foundation—$20
- MG2010 Razoonit: Iron Range Veterans Memorial—$420
- Park After Dark At The Warehouse Winery!- SLP Public Schools Foundation—$10,760
- Rakhma's Memory Bowl III—$663
- Ride For Cebu-Habitat Homes For Cebu—$5,895
- Saint Paul - Nagasaki Sister City Committee—$470
- St. Louis Park Community Foundation—$1,805
- St. Louis Park Public Schools Foundation—$36,511
- St. Louis Park Service Unit—$20
- Step - Serving The St. Louis Park Community—$1,925
- Support Mact's Yearly Community Theatre Festivals—$130
- Team Dottie—$70