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Today, June 30, is the last chance to have your gift matched by a generous $10,000 match from our partners at the Minneapolis Foundation.

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Today, June 30, is your LAST CHANCE to take advantage of a generous $10,000 match from our partners at the Minneapolis Foundation. That means if you start an $15 monthly gift to MinnPost today, the Minneapolis Foundation will match it 12x for an extra $180 for our nonprofit newsroom. (They’ll also match one-time gifts dollar for dollar up to $1,000!)


We’re grateful to the Minneapolis Foundation for this incredible support, and here’s why it matters: we need community support to keep all of our thoughtful, independent journalism free to all readers — no paywall!

Donations of all sizes from readers like you allow us to provide in-depth reporting on the people, politics and policies shaping Minnesota’s future. That’s always important, but especially in a big midterm election year like this one.

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Will you stand behind our work and maximize this generous match from the Minneapolis Foundation with a monthly donation of any amount?


Today is your last chance for the match, but please know how much we appreciate you reading MinnPost and supporting our work. Thank you for caring about Minnesota’s future and joining our nonprofit newsroom in our journalism.

Thank you so much to everyone who’s already donated during our summer member drive! When people donate, they often share what inspired them to do so. Here’s what a few recent donors said:

“The reporting is timely, thoughtful, thorough, and absolutely necessary is these complex and uncertain times.” — Barbara, St. Paul

“Objective journalism is necessary for a thriving democracy.” — George, St. Louis Park

“I get a less corporate view of the news.” — Scott, Minneapolis

“I appreciate your insightful and accurate reporting.” — Anonymous donor. St. Paul