MinnPost’s year-end campaign to get an additional $5,000 if we get another 75 members

We’re in the home stretch of our year-end campaign, and are happy to announce the receipt of a $5,000 challenge gift to help get us over the finish line.

We are only 75 member households shy of our goal of 2,100. If we reach that number, one of MinnPost’s board members will make an additional $5,000 donation.

For this campaign, we are 80 percent to our goal of 375 new members, and 70 percent of the way to our goal of raising $60,000. 

Please make a year-end donation today. When you do, please tell us why you’re supporting MinnPost — your comment may inspire someone else to follow your lead.

We are grateful to everyone who has stepped forward so far.

The comments below are reprinted with permission.

Donate today, and help MinnPost make news throughout 2015!

I read MinnPost every morning and appreciate the quality of the journalism. In particular, I am a fan of the Morning Glean and stories by Jim Walsh & Andy Sturdevant. I also appreciate that you cover mental health issues.Kyle Feldman, Minneapolis

Because I think knowing what happens in Minnesota is important.Carol Horswill, Minneapolis

A great way to keep up with events in my former home. — Nikki Strandskov, Brunswick, ME

I appreciate that there is an online news outlet for the state of Minnesota, and I want to encourage you to continue to expand your coverage of Greater Minnesota. — Sheri Holm, Fergus Falls

Good source for local news. — Judith Bennett, Minneapolis

Great reporting, especially on education. Susan Colianni, Minneapolis

I appreciate getting the news and public affairs from more than one source and I feel that MinnPost reporting/writing is informative and professional. Clara Walter-Marchetti, Minneapolis

I appreciate the detailed political commentary and analysis by your writers. — Robert Dybvig, Houlton, WI

Provides me with valuable local news in a convenient email format every day. Martin Berger, Minneapolis

A great place to read about Minnesota politics. Delores Starkman, Ely

Best news and opinion coverage in town. Rolf Westgard, Saint Paul

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Comments (1)

  1. Submitted by Todd Hintz on 12/19/2014 - 04:54 pm.

    Membership

    Count me in–I just have to chat with my wife to make sure it won’t negatively affect the finances. No problems are anticipated, but it’s best to discuss the checkbook first before making large expenditures.

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