On November 13th, Minnesotans will unite to generate millions of dollars in charitable giving for organizations doing valuable work in MN!
Over the course of 24 hours, non-profit organizations will compete to bring in donations to their causes.
The most supported organizations will earn further awards to benefit their work.
Thousands of dollars in prizes will be paired with lucky donations, possibly turning a $10 donation into a solid $1,010 - or even $10,010!
It's going to be a crazy exciting 24 hours of giving, and Urban Boatbuilders is thrilled to go on this adventure with all of our friends and supporters!
Together we can kick Give to the Max Day 2014 into high gear and improve the lives of Twin Cities youth!
Let's rock this boat and make a difference!
About Give to the Max Day
Give to the Max Day was created in 2009 to launch GiveMN, a collaborative venture led by Minnesota Community Foundation and many other organizations committed to helping make our state a better place.
That initial spark touched off a blast of online giving — $14 million in 24 hours. Since then, Give to the Max Day has become an annual tradition. Every year thousands of organizations and individuals generate donations and excitement for Minnesota causes that are working to improve the quality of life for all Minnesotans.
Give to the Max Day has become a national model for giving days.
“Give to the Max Day has become a Minnesota ritual,” says Dana Nelson, executive director of GiveMN. “For 24 hours, thousands of organizations and individuals rally to support amazing and important causes in Minnesota to make our state a great place for everyone. What’s not to love about that?”
Since its inception in 2009, GiveMN has raised more than $95 million for Minnesota nonprofits and schools.
GiveMN has helped more than 8,400 organizations fundraise for their causes on GiveMN.org.
GiveMN has served more than 230,000 individuals who have made donations on GiveMN.org.
In 2013, GiveMN raised more than $17 million in 24 hours during its annual Give to the Max Day celebration.