Give to the Max Day: You could win $10,000 for your favorite nonprofit or school


Minnesotans are generous. And there's one day a year in particular when that generosity shines brightest. It's called Give To The Max Day and this year it's on Thursday, November 14th.

Give To The Max day gives back in two big ways:

1) It gives Minnesotans the opportunity to make donations to their favorite nonprofits and schools

2) It gives those nonprofits and schools the opportunity to win even more money.

On Give To The Max Day, hundreds of organizations will offer the chance to double your dollars with matching grants. The offer is only good for that one day, November 14th, but you don't have to wait to make your donation. You can go online right now and schedule your gift. Simply go to your nonprofit or school's page and check the box that says "Make this donation count for Give to the Max Day."

BringMeTheNews is proud to partner with the folks at Give To The Max. BMTN is a locally owned and operated news organization for Minnesotans. We're thrilled to be part of this homegrown effort to help our friends and neighbors. Please join us in donating today!

Next Up

Byron Buxton

Twins talking contract extension with Byron Buxton

The Twins are 88-38 over the past two seasons with Buxton in the lineup.

minneapolis police

Police arrest man in connection to deadly Minneapolis hit-and-run

The victim died the scene in north Minneapolis on Friday.

Jordan Greenway

Wild's fast start vanishes in loss to Coyotes

Arizona scored five unanswered goals in a 5-2 loss.

Screen Shot 2021-03-06 at 4.12.00 PM

Police seeking tips in search for road rage shooting suspect

The incident took place in Maplewood last week.

Paige Bueckers

Paige Bueckers lands on Wooden Award list for women's college basketball

The Hopkins grad is the only freshman on the 15-player ballot.

Jamal Mashburn Jr.

Gophers fall under .500 after OT loss to Rutgers

The Gophers are under .500 for the first time this season.

police tape, crime scene

Man arrested for killing of his father in Wabasha County

The 73-year-old man was found dead at a home in rural Zumbro Falls.