Voyageurs to the Max!

Voyageurs National Park Association Participating in Fourth Annual Give to the Max Day on Nov. 15 












Have you heard of Give to the Max Day?

It's known as Minnesota's Annual "Give Together" - where Minnesotans join together by donating online to their favorite causes.  Last year, in 24 hours, more than $13 million was raised for non-profits across the state. The fourth annual Give to the Max Day is Thursday, November 15, 2012.

Give to the Max Day is an amazing opportunity for Voyageurs National Park Association to leverage more dollars to support Minnesota's national park.  We are excited to announce that your online donation on November 15 will be doubled - a generous donor has offered a $2,500 match.   Also, every online donation VNPA receives  increases our chance to win prize grants ($1,000-$10,000) from  Any amount helps.

You don't have to wait 'til November 15!  Click here to schedule your Give to the Max Day donation in support of Voyageurs National Park Association. Thank you!

VNPA protects the lands and waters of Voyageurs, Minnesota's national park, and engages youth in transformational outdoor experiences like the National Park Teen Ambassadors program.

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About GiveMN and Give to the Max Day

During last year’s Give to the Max Day, 47,534 donors logged on to The result: $13.4 million raised in 24 hours for 3,978 Minnesota nonprofits, whose missions range from feeding the hungry, to protecting the environment, to promoting the arts. GiveMN hopes to again raise millions of dollars for thousands of nonprofits, showcasing Minnesota’s unparalleled generosity to the world.

New this year, starting on November 1 you can schedule a donation for Give to the Max Day.

GiveMN is a collaborative venture to transform philanthropy in Minnesota by growing overall giving and moving more of it online. GiveMN is an independent 501(c) (3) organization that is a support organization of the Minnesota Community Foundation.  For more information, visit