In the spirit of MinnPost’s nonprofit mission to make journalism available free for all, all-access passes for the inaugural MinnPost Festival are available at Pay What You Can pricing, meaning you pick the price that works for your budget (including free!).
I’m excited to announce the inaugural MinnPost Festival, a series of engaging conversations with some of the most insightful minds from politics, media and culture.
This position will serve as a hub in our development team and work closely with MinnPost’s executive director to grow our fundraising with operational support in major gifts, grants, and events.
Donations from readers like you are crucial in delivering on our nonprofit mission and making our journalism available to all readers for free — no paywall or subscriptions.
MinnPost marks 13 years of nonprofit, public-service journalism by discussing the Supreme Court with esteemed reporter Linda Greenhouse, and raising crucial funds for the organization’s future.
It’s the last day of our Fall Member Drive, and we’re 43 new/renewing members away from reaching our goal.
Pulitzer-winning writer Linda Greenhouse will share insights into the Supreme Court and the 2020 election at our Anniversary Celebration, which will be presented virtually on Oct. 14 at 7 p.m. CT.
A reimagined virtual event will feature a conversation with Pulitzer Prize-winning writer Linda Greenhouse on how the Supreme Court has navigated the Trump presidency and what might happen after this year’s consequential election.
Today is the last day of our Summer Member Drive, so we’re setting our sights even higher: a record-breaking 250 members.
We are rooted in this community, and we believe our journalism makes our state stronger.
While social distancing has us taking a year off from MinnRoast, we’re thanking our supporters for standing with us in the critical time and taking a look back at some of the more memorable moments from MinnRoasts of yesteryear.
To recognize these generous Patrons, sponsors and donors who are supporting our nonprofit newsroom after we had to cancel MinnRoast, we’re pleased to unveil the official MinnRoast 2020 Supporter Thank You Wall. To see your name added, donate by 6 p.m. today, April 17.
While we’re sad to take a year off from MinnRoast, our most immediate concern is the financial impact of canceling MinnPost’s biggest fundraiser. You can help us bridge the gap.
We’ve had to cancel our biggest fundraiser of the year, but if you’re able, you can donate now to support our nonprofit newsroom at this critical time and beyond.
Tickets for our annual song-and-sketch fundraising extravaganza start at $14, plus fees, and all proceeds provide crucial support for MinnPost’s nonprofit newsroom.
MinnPost members get special pre-sale access and a 25% discount on tickets. Sales will open to the general public on Friday, March 6. Tickets start at $14, plus fees, and all proceeds provide crucial support for MinnPost’s nonprofit newsroom.
Holy smokes! Check out the ballooning list of pols and performers who will be flexing their performance chops at MinnRoast on April 17. Patron Packages are available now, giving you the chance to attend the exclusive pre-show reception and support MinnPost’s nonprofit newsroom.
Enjoy a big night out at MinnPost’s cherished annual tradition of comedic shenanigans, all the while providing crucial support for our nonprofit newsroom in the year ahead.
Hundreds of MinnPost supporters gathered to hear Brian Klaas’s insights on the threats facing democracy and what can be done to counter them.