Tuesday, November 20, 2012
Minnesotans gave a record $16 million this year. Twenty-seven St. Louis Park charities and schools received donations.
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:
Thursday, November 15, 2012
Today, Nov. 15, cities around the state and country will try to raise as much money as possible in 24 hours.
Wednesday, November 14, 2012
On Nov. 15, cities around the state and country will try to raise as much money as possible in 24 hours.
Editor's Note (10:30 a.m. Nov. 15): The website for Give to the Max is running slow today, so be patient. The GiveMN staff is attributing the slowness to "the generosity of Minnesotans," so good job so far. This is the fourth year of Give to the Max. Each year, Minnesotans try to give as much as possible in a 24-hour period to nonprofits and schools. "GiveMN has raised more than $50 million for over 6,700 Minnesota nonprofits," according to a news release from the Give MN. St. Louis Park Nonprofits, Schools and Projects: Click on the links to go to their pages. For a complete list, visit the GiveMN website.