GiveMN kicks off Minnesota's donation season with Give to the Max Day

Updated: November 10, 2019 09:19 AM

Give to the Max Day is this Thursday. It's an annual Minnesota tradition put on by GiveMN that's meant to kick off the giving season.

Since its inception in 2009, more than 300,000 donors have given nearly $200M to 10,000 nonprofits and schools using All donations from now through Thursday count toward the Give to the Max Day 2019 total.


Jake Blumberg, the executive director of GiveMN met with KSTP in the studio to tell us more about what this campaign means for Minnesota nonprofits and how you can join in on the generosity.

Check the video box above for more details.

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