After a big year for news, we’re not letting off the gas for 2019. To cover the urgent policy challenges in the year ahead, we need to raise $75,000 by Dec. 31. Your support, at any level, will be vital to getting us to that goal and funding our work next year.
Donations of ALL sizes — $25, $15 or even $10 — have been and will continue to be the lifeblood of MinnPost’s in-depth coverage of Minnesota. Will you chip in with a donation of any amount by Dec. 31 to fund our important journalism in 2019?
This month, we have a goal to raise $75,000 by Dec. 31 to power our reporting in 2019. As of this writing, we’ve garnered $9,437 in donations from 88 generous […]
MinnPost’s 501(c)3 nonprofit newsroom is poised to take you into the new political dynamics and policy debates shaping Minnesota in 2019. We need to raise $75,000 by Dec. 31 to make that work possible. Will you donate right now to power our reporting in 2019?
MinnPost’s nonprofit newsroom earned donations from 259 generous supporters through Give to the Max Day 2018, providing essential resources for its reporting in the year ahead.
At the most recent MinnPost Social, reporters Peter Callaghan, Greta Kaul and Jessica Lee recapped the 2018 midterm elections for a crowd of 115 MinnPost members and readers.
A big thanks to the 80 donors who’ve given over $5,034 to MinnPost’s nonprofit newsroom so far on Give to the Max Day 2018! If you haven’t had a chance to donate yet, will you keep the momentum going?
Minnesotans will donate in likely record-setting numbers today, fueled by a love of their state and a desire to make it better. That’s what fuels MinnPost’s nonprofit newsroom, too. Donate to MinnPost at GiveMN.org today, and your support will be matched dollar-for-dollar.
Bidding closes today, Oct. 22, at 4 p.m. CT for our digital auction of a DeRay Mckesson-style vest, donated by our partners at Patagonia St. Paul. All proceeds support the journalism of MinnPost’s nonprofit newsroom.
Win a Patagonia vest — donated by Patagonia St. Paul — through a digital auction. Bidding is open now. All proceeds support the journalism of MinnPost’s nonprofit newsroom.
Over 400 people gathered at the Cowles Center on Thursday, Oct. 11, to mark 11 years of MinnPost with a conversation about politics, activism and technology with special guest, DeRay Mckesson.
You can still buy tickets to join MinnPost for a thoughtful conversation with DeRay Mckesson this Thursday, Oct. 11, at 7:30 p.m. at the Cowles Center. Buy your tickets now!
When DeRay Mckesson left Minneapolis and headed to Ferguson, Missouri, in 2014, he didn’t set out to become a leading voice of the movement to end police brutality, but that’s what happened.
Civil rights activist DeRay Mckesson will join MinnPost editor Andrew Putz for a wide-ranging conversation about politics, activism and culture.
It’s the last day of our drive to fund MinnPost’s expansive coverage of the 2018 election, and we’re only 33 new/renewing members away from hitting our goal. Will you help us hit our goal?
We need to hear from at least 54 new/renewing members before the Fall Member Drive ends tomorrow, Sept. 21.
To produce our in-depth coverage of the 2018 election, we need to hear from at least 74 new/renewing members before the Fall Member Drive ends on Sept. 21.
To bring you the kind of in-depth, no-B.S. election coverage you expect from MinnPost, we need to hear from 150 new/renewing before the Fall Member Drive ends on Sept. 21.
To make MinnPost’s expansive election coverage possible, we need to hear from 150 new/renewing members by Sept. 21.