Give to the Max & Double Your Donation! Now through Nov. 16, 2017
NoteWorthy Kids encourages you to help us do twice as much with your donation during Give to the Max Day. Between now and Thursday, November 16th, 2017, when you make a donation through www.givemn.org your donation will be matched by generous Minnesota philanthropists. On average, every $20 doanted provides a private music lesson to a NoteWorthy Kid scholarship recipient. You can link directly to the NoteWorthy Kids page on the GiveMN website by clicking here.
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 Minnesota 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.
GiveMN links donors with organizations that are working to make Minnesota a better place. Its online giving website, GiveMN.org, enables charitable giving any time and any place, allowing people to donate with ease.
GiveMN is an independent 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization and an affiliate of Minnesota Philanthropy Partners. Launched in 2009 by Minnesota Community Foundation, GiveMN is supported by many generous foundation and corporate partners from around the state, as well as generous individuals like you.
Today, GiveMN serves more than 10,000 nonprofit organizations and schools across every Minnesota county and more than 300,000 donors who have used GiveMN to make a difference in their communities. To date, donors have given more than $160 million to Minnesota nonprofits and schools through GiveMN.org. Organizations rely on GiveMN to help shatter old-school fundraising models and connect more givers with more causes than ever before. Explore GiveMN.org today.