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Brainerd YMCA takes part in Give to the Max Day

The Brainerd Family YMCA is participating in the sixth annual Give To The Max Day on Thursday, which is sponsored by GiveMN. GiveMN was launched in 2009 as a collaborative venture led by the Minnesota Community Foundation and many other organizat...

The Brainerd Family YMCA is participating in the sixth annual Give To The Max Day on Thursday, which is sponsored by GiveMN.

GiveMN was launched in 2009 as a collaborative venture led by the Minnesota Community Foundation and many other organizations committed to helping make our state a better place.

To generate excitement, the foundation organized a Give to the Max Day which spark touched off a blast of online giving - $14 million in 24 hours. Since that trial run in 2009, Give to the Max Day has become an annual tradition for Minnesota nonprofits. Every year thousands of organizations raise money to improve the quality of life in Minnesota. GiveMN is more than a one-day giving extravaganza. It is a website available year-round to link people with nonprofits and schools.

Interested person may donate to the Brainerd Family YMCA through the www.givemn.org website. Click on find a cause, and type in Brainerd YMCA. Donors can log on anytime and your donation will transact on Thursday.

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