Annual Give to the Max Day in Minnesota

Minnesotans Demonstrate "Minnesota Nice"

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Minnesotans are demonstrating what it means to be “Minnesota Nice” By giving to non-profits.

Give to the Max Day is a 24 hour state wide event that encourages Minnesotans to donate to the schools and non-profits of their choice.

Non Profit organizations, like Duluth Children’s Museum, not only receive donations, but have the opportunity to tell their stories about what they do.  

Cameron bloom Kruger President CEO

“We had a great opportunity to do this thunder clap that allowed 106 people who support the Duluth Children’s museum to have a simultaneous post go out on their face book and twitter feeds,” said Cameron Bloom Kruger, the President and CEO of Duluth Children’s Museum. 

The posts reached more than four hundred thousand people not just in the state, but across the world

“What’s been great is not just the donations but the exposure for the Duluth children’s museum.”

Last year almost sixty three thousand Minnesotans gave a record breaking 18.3 million dollars to schools and non-profits across the state

“We would love for Donations to come to the Duluth Children’s museum but supporting any cause in the community helps all the great non profit organizations we have here in the communities here.”

Give the Max Day runs through 11:59 pm November 12. Go to to donate.

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