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Give to the Max Day: Nov 19, 2020

This Give to the Max Day, show your support for YWCA St. Paul’s programs that fight racism, gender inequity, homelessness, and employment and educational disparities, and help people meet their health and wellness goals! Each November, Minnesota celebrates generosity with this online giving holiday at GiveMN.org.

For more than 100 years, YWCA St. Paul has been dedicated to eliminating racism and empowering women. Our mission has never been more important, and your help has never been more critical. In any year these are challenging issues, but the onset of COVID-19 has brought new hardships and barriers for the 1,200+ people served in our programs, as well as significant challenges for our organization. YOUR financial contribution makes a difference in the lives of people in your community who need it most.

Donations made on GiveMN.org starting Nov. 1 will be eligible to win additional $500 donations from GiveMN, and every gift made on Nov. 19 will be entered into prize drawings for Golden Tickets awarded every 15 minutes. Golden Tickets can turn a gift of as little as $10 into an extra $500, $1,000 or even $10,000 for YWCA St. Paul!

Visit YWCA St. Paul’s profile on GiveMN, or visit GiveMN.org and search for YWCA St. Paul, to contribute to our mission of eliminating racism and empowering women!

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