See What Your Money Can Do
Based on 26 pay periods per year, here are just a few examples of the impact you can have within the community around us:
- $2 can purchase energy efficient light bulbs for low-income electric utility customers through Energy CENTS Coalition.
- $2 will help fight discrimination and bias in our communities by providing factual information about immigrants and other minorities through The Advocates for Human Rights.
- $3 provides a senior citizen who has become blind with four hours of Braille instruction through the National Federation of the Blind in Minnesota.
- $4 allows a girl to attend the annual Girls Rock! the Capitol educational event through the Minnesota Women’s Consortium.
- $5 supports an educational event on issues like campaign finance reform, environmental policy or higher education debt relief through Minnesota Public Interest Research Group (MPIRG).
- $10 trains 15 program volunteers to facilitate support groups for victims/survivors of sexual assault through MN Coalition Against Sexual Assault.
- $10 increases safety by helping to pay for the installation of night watch lighting at 40 homes in North Minneapolis through Hawthorne Neighborhood Council.
- $20 provides a person with special needs with starter supplies for their assistance dog (dog crate, leash, bowls, dog food, etc.) through Can Do Canines.
- $20 provides leadership and mentoring opportunities for people who are committed to rooting out the injustice that undermines their communities through ISAIAH.
- $25 provides leadership opportunities, transportation and food for youth participants in the after-school Youth Advisory Council through YouthCARE.
- $30 trains 45 program volunteers to facilitate support groups for victims/survivors of sexual assault through MN Coalition Against Sexual Assault.
- $40 helps 36 women to access life-saving cervical cancer screening through Family Tree Clinic.
- $50 allows a student to participate in 2 travel programs to study social justice issues with leaders all over the country through Southside Family Charter School.