Disaster Relief Fundraising
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Now anyone can raise money for any nonprofit organization. All you need is a good cause and access to the Internet. We provide the rest! Many ordinary individuals are already on the cutting edge of fundraising. They’re using GiveMN to serve as the “online hub” for their fundraising campaigns.
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Featured Disaster Relief Fundraisers
Need a few ideas before you begin? See how others have raised
money for disaster relief on GiveMN.
Famine Relief for Somalia
Amount Raised: $100,692
In response to news of the famine in Somalia, the American Refuge Committee established this project page to promote a matching gift opportunity from the Mosaic Company. They also used this page to show photos and post updates of the local and global famine relief efforts.
North Minneapolis Tornado Relief
Amount Raised: $349,721
The Minneapolis Foundation set up this project page in the 24 hours after a tornado devastated North Minneapolis in May 2011. The page served as powerful fundraising tool that was easy to share through the news media, social media and throughout the Foundation and nonprofit sector. And, because it could be set up so quickly, it became THE place to give for so many who wanted to help right away. More than 3,000 people made donations in one week. It remains one of the largest disaster response fundraising success stories on GiveMN.
Arson at a school playground
Amount Raised: $4,125
In response to the destruction of their community playground by vandels, the Expo Elementary Council of Parents and Teachers created this project page to showcase photos of the damage and solicit donations to rebuild.