Miracle 11 Continues Giving Back
Miracle 11 gives out seven thousand dollars in donations.
DULUTH, Minn.- Miracle 11, a non-profit organization that is continuing to turn a bad situation into a good cause.
Thursday a total of $7,000 was donated by Miracle 11 to nine different organizations. Local organizations here in Duluth include; the Second Harvest Northern Food Bank, Northern Lights Foundation, Minnesota Assistance Council for Veterans, and First Witness. Donations were also made to Mentor Superior, Bags of Smiles, United Way for The Guest House of Milwaukee, Women’s Giving Circle in Howard County, and the International Skydiving Museum & Hall of Fame.
“This nonprofit is working to the benefit of other people who have needs,” Miracle 11 Mike Robinson said. “So we’re very happy to have the ability to give back to people in the community.”
Miracle 11 is funded through the licensing of the 2013 plane crash footage, involving 11 Superior Skydiving employees. Altogether the organization has generated $32,000 so far donating $30,000.