Minnesota nonprofits rack up $15 million during Give to the Max Day

  • Article by: JEAN HOPFENSPERGER , Star Tribune
  • Updated: November 16, 2012 - 1:31 PM

Thousands of Minnesotans came out in droves Thursday to support their favorite charities, churches and schools.

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robinjNov. 16, 1210:32 AM

so proud to be a minnesotan!

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twinkimunchNov. 16, 1210:54 AM

It's a good start but it costs taxpayers $330Million annually just to float the undocumented immigrants in Minnesota for healthcare, social services, education, legal services and incarceration costs.

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bongoliahNov. 16, 1212:31 PM

twinkimunch: Limited resources would go much further if we got rid of the undocumented immigrants but most charities, churches and schools totally ignore that reality.

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pollyhanahaNov. 16, 12 1:26 PM

I think the great people of MN love to compete and this "Give to the Max" day lets us do that. Plus I may not be able to control where my tax dollars go, but I am in complete control of where I donate and that just feels good.

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bongoliahNov. 16, 12 1:59 PM

"I think the great people of MN love to compete and this "Give to the Max" day lets us do that." --- Then Minnesota is really gonna love April 15, 2013.

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