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Give to the Max Day 2014

Today is Give to the Max Day. If you would like Duluthians to be aware of your Give to the Max campaign, maybe post something in the comments?

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Paul Lundgren

about 5 years ago

In case anyone misses it, because it doesn't jump out and command attention, there is a search tool on the  Give to the Max website on the right-side column. Searching "Duluth" offers 60 results. Here are six of them at random:

Give to the Max

duluthperson

about 5 years ago

If you'd like to give to PAVSA, the Program for Aid to Victims of Sexual Assault, you may do so here.

If you can't attend the 34th Annual PAVSA Art Auction tomorrow, this is a great way to give to the agency!

Sarah Beyer

about 5 years ago

Safe Haven Shelter and Resource Center provides services to women and children affected by domestic violence in our community. Please give!

[email protected]

about 5 years ago

Of course, Wildwoods: Fostering the welfare of wildlife and the world we share through compassion, care, and community involvement. You can help save lives! Your financial contribution will directly support our efforts to help wild animals in distress. On behalf of the hundreds of animals that receive care at Wildwoods each year, we thank you!

akinney

about 5 years ago

You can really stretch your donation to Second Harvest Northern Lakes Food Bank. For every $1 donated, five meals are distributed to a Northland family in need. Here's a link to their page.

Nick L

about 5 years ago

The Duluth Legacy Endowment Fund supports important projects across Duluth.  We awarded $18,500 to nine grants this year and want to give more next year.  

Every dollar you give earns a 50% match from the City of Duluth.  

Dollars are held in an endowment run by the Duluth Superior Area Community Foundation.  Every year, we award grants with the interest.  Your Give to the Max Day donation will continue giving for years to come.

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