Support Nice Ride Minnesota to the Max!

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Participate in Minnesota's Give to the Max Day and help Nice Ride Minnesota receive $1,000, $5,000 or even $15,000! Give to the Max Day starts Wednesday, November 16 at midnight and continues through November 17 at midnight.

Give to the Max Day provides an opportunity for Minnesotans to come together and raise as much money as possible for Minnesota non-profit organizations through on-line giving. With your contribution to Nice Ride November 16 - 17, you make Nice Ride Minnesota eligible for additional funding between $1,000 - $15,000. The more people that contribute to NRM, the greater chance Nice Ride has to receive added dollars.

Your contribution will help Nice Ride's efforts in the following ways:

  • Consolidating office and warehouse space to create more effective practices
  • 2012 season planning and implementation
  • Downtown St. Paul expansion planning
Our goal is to raise $20,400 to help Nice Ride into the 2012 season. Gifts of all sizes are significant and can start at just $10. Mark your calendar for November 16, 2011 and don’t miss your chance to support Nice Ride Minnesota to the Max!

Find more about Nice Ride's Give to the Max Day campaign here:

3 Previous comments:

(1) On November 11, 2011, Uptown Rider () said:
Ah, wasn't this program supposed to be self-supporting? Out of the revenues generated from the riders? That's the way it was sold to the voters in Minneapolis by the mayor and the city council anyway.

No thanks.
(2) On November 15, 2011, Jenny () said:
I thought Give to the Max Day was Nov 16, not the 17th. At least that what the Hennepin County Library web site says.

(3) On November 15, 2011, Nice Ride () said:
Give to the Max Day starts 12 am on 11/16 and goes to 11:59 pm on 11/16!

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