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Oak-Land Junior High PTA partners with GiveMN.org

Oak-Land Junior High PTA participates in Give to Max the Day. On Nov 15, visit GiveMN.org, and search: Oak-Land.

Last year, more than 47,000 individual donors logged on to GiveMN.org and gave over $13 million to nearly 4,000 Minnesota charities in 24 hours during Give to the Max Day. Nov.15 is the fourth annual Give to the Max Day.

Oak-Land Junior High PTA, got together with GiveMN.org – a first-of-its-kind giving website for nonprofits and schools in Minnesota – is working to create a stronger school community for Stillwater and Minnesota.

Give throughout the day, as “Golden Ticket” donor drawings will be done every hour where Oak-Land Junior High PTA has the chance to win a $1,000 prize grant, and a grand prize of $10,000 will be awarded to one K-12 public school at the end of Give to the Max Day.

Oak-Land Junior High PTA’s has launched “Kick it 2 the Max!” a giving campaign to meet the challenge of a greater educational experience, in light of continued funding cuts and other fiscal shortfalls.  Our goal is to raise $20,500
for Oak-Land Junior High, a Stillwater Public School; that will be used for a
fitness center, technology, classroom projectors, Clubs & after school activities, e-readers and other materials.

By giving online with GiveMN, Stillwater residents have the opportunity to make a huge difference for nonprofits and schools in our area. We hope you will help support our community by logging on to www.GiveMN.org Nov. 15 and give to your favorite charity or school. Be a part of this historical event and join this “Great Minnesota Give Together!”

Teri Reinseth

Oak-Land Junior
High parent and PTA member

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