Brace yourselves for a 24 hour cycle of cause marketing, it’s the fifth annual “Give to the Max” day in Minnesota.
Thousands of local nonprofits are rallying crowdsourced funding campaigns using online & mobile platform GiveMN.
Last year, 53,339+ donors gave gave over $15 Million in one 24 hour window, up from $13m the year before.
These tech campaigns range in scope and goal. For example, The Robettes female robotics team seeks to expand Visitation’s robotics program, Venture Academies is teaching tech entrepreneurship, and a small elemantary school in greater Minnesota needs iPads. What’s your cause?
25 nonprofit tech campaigns on GiveMN for Give to the Max Day:
GiveMN: Invest in GiveMN and strengthen Minnesota’s entire nonprofit sector.
Technology for the arts: Brooklyn Center Arts and IB World School is raising money to purchase five iPads for visual and graphic arts classes.
Technology Improvements: BeFriender Ministry needs your help to replace failing computer equipment at the national office.
Technology for New Minneapolis Site: Help fund technology needs for the new Minneapolis Site.
3Ring: Support teacher planning; improve science learning
HERITAGE ACADEMY OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY: Heritage Academy is a Como Park based middle/high school that uses advanced technology to prepare students to be successful in the future.
DUNWOODY COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY: A private, non-profit technical college in Minneapolis.
THE WORKS: The Works is where kids explore how things work! Our mission is to inspire the next generation of innovators and engineers.
MINNESOTA HIGH TECHNOLOGY FOUNDATION: The Minnesota High Tech Foundation promotes the development of STEM competency in students. The foundation gives scholarships to students.
NERSTRAND ELEMENTARY SCHOOL TECHNOLOGY FUNDRAISER: Technology is making its way to Nerstrand Elementary School! We are a small rural charter school with limited budget and unlimited dreams!!
MINNESOTA COMPUTERS FOR SCHOOLS: MCFS works collaboratively with its partners to provide technology solutions and skills training to individuals in need.
Venture Academies: Our Mission: To ignite the passion of every young person to become an entrepreneurial learner and leader who will change the world.
Open Twin Cities: Open Twin Cities connects technologists, public servants, and community advocates to develop civic technology for everyone.
Minnesota E-Democracy: Our mission is to harness the power of online tools to strengthen communities, build democracy, and increase participation in public life.
BestPrep’s Technology Integration Workshop (TIW): The Technology Integration Workshop helps educators make their curriculum some alive by integrating technology and workplace skills.
Genesys Works: We help low-income students build professional and IT skills, then connect them to year-long paid internships with top metro-area employers.
OPPORTUNITIES IN SCIENCE INC: Headwaters Science Center is all about fostering the love of learning through hands-on interactive science exhibits and programs.
MplsPkng – Heritage Academy: Heritage Academy is a Como Park based middle/high school that uses advanced technology to prepare students to be successful in the future.
The Robettes: We wish to sustain Visitation’s robotics program for future students, inspiring girls to create, innovate and collaborate using STEM skills.
Smart Boards: Smart Board technology allows everyone regardless of physical abilitiy the opportunity to actively participate in learning.
The Oak Hill PTSA Technology Committee: Oak Hill Technology – SMART Classroom Project
High Tech Kids:High Tech Kids delivers fun, hands-on science, engineering and technology programs and events that inspire over 4,500 Minnesota kids yearly.
St. John the Baptist Catholic School Technology Fund: Our goal this year is to raise a total of $20,000 to help purchase the remaining Smart Boards for each classroom and Chrome Notebooks.
Technology in the Classrooms: We are putting together a school store to help support some off costs for supplies, curriculum, and smartboards in the classroom.
Technology Fund to bring our collections to the web!: McLeod County Historical Society is a nonprofit organization which goal is to find, preserve, explain, and share McLeod County’s history.