Heading into the final week, we continue to make progress on our year-end campaign. We finished yesterday with 2,601 member households, crossing that threshold for the first time in our eight-year history.
We continue to make progress on our year-end campaign. Thanks to the generosity of more than 375 donors, we are two-thirds of the way to our goal of raising $70,000 by Dec. 31.
We are thrilled to announce a new $25,000 challenge grant that will match dollar for dollar any new donations to MinnPost during our year-end membership drive!
MinnPost’s first development director will be Claire Radomski, a Minnesota native who comes to us from WFYI Public Media in Indianapolis, where she was director of membership.
It’s no secret that award-winning journalism is expensive to produce – and that support from our readers is critical to our continued success.
About 90 people joined MinnPost Tuesday night to discuss how writers, artists, and those with “outsider” perspectives see and experience the Twin Cities with MinnPost columnist Andy Sturdevant.
Thanks to the generosity of 215 member-donors, MinnPost had its best Give to the Max Day in three years, raising $25,091, up 23 percent from 2014.
In celebration of Give to the Max Day, gifts made to MinnPost Thursday will be matched dollar for dollar by a MinnPost board member, up to $5,000.
At the next MinnPost Social, columnist Andy Sturdevant will ask: “How do writers, artists, and those with ‘outsider’ perspectives see and experience the Twin Cities?”
MinnPost and UCare are teaming up to present a free breakfast panel discussion on Oct. 29 titled “Preparing for the ‘Silver Tsunami’: How can we better care for Minnesota seniors without breaking the bank?”
Our next monthly MinnPost members ticket giveaway will start at 3 p.m. tomorrow, Tuesday, Oct. 6, and feature 19 offers from nine partner organizations.
A tremendous response on the final day of our Fall Member Drive propelled us past our campaign goal of 200 donations. To everyone who contributed, we say “THANK YOU!”
About 75 people joined MinnPost Tuesday night at Republic Seven Corners in Minneapolis to discuss hot topics in K-12 education with MinnPost reporter Beth Hawkins.
MinnPost, one of the country’s leading nonprofit news organizations, is looking to hire a development director to oversee our fundraising efforts, which provide about two-thirds of our operating revenue.
MinnPost education reporter Beth Hawkins will examine the current state of affairs in measuring student, teacher and school performance in the next MinnPost Social.
The second event of the 2015-16 MinnPost Social season will feature MinnPost reporter Beth Hawkins discussing hot topics in K-12 education on Sept. 29.
Our next monthly MinnPost members ticket giveaway will take place Tuesday, Sept. 1, starting at 12 p.m., and feature the 25 offers from 10 partner organizations.
MinnPost members snapped up all available seats for our Aug. 4 MinnPost Social event during last week’s pre-sale.
Thanks to a scorching finish, we finished our Summer Member Drive by setting a new record for MinnPost membership: as of today, we have 2,418 member households!