Give to the MAX! A letter from our Vice President…

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Dear Friend of NUMAS Haus,

Thank you for being part of the NUMAS Haus community! Please join us November 17, 2016, for Give to the Max Day and help us continue to change lives by providing shelter and support services to mothers and children in Brown County and the New Ulm area. Each year, generous supporters like you celebrate Give to the Max Day by making online donations through GiveMN.org. Your generosity makes a difference far beyond the 24-hour giving event.

Your donation on Give to the Max Day also may help us receive an additional donation of $1,000. How? On November 17, every gift made through GiveMN.org will be entered into an hourly drawing for a $1,000 GiveMN Golden Ticket, to be awarded to a nonprofit organization. Your gift of $10 or more could instantly turn into an extra $1,000!

Here’s the really exciting part: Two donations made through GiveMN.org during the Give to the Max Day campaign will be randomly selected to receive a $10,000 Super-Sized GiveMN Golden Ticket! The more gifts we generate on GiveMN.org during Give to the Max Day, the more our chances increase to receive that additional $10,000 donation. Imagine what we could do with $10,000!

Our goal is to raise $5,000 on Give to the Max Day, and you can help us reach it. But you don’t have to wait for November 17 to roll around!

The Scheduled Giving period for Give to the Max Day 2016 is already underway!  All gifts made using GiveMN.org through November 16 will be scheduled to process on November 17, making those donations
eligible for all Give to the Max Day prizes!

Will you help us help homeless single mother families? Just follow this link to the NUMAS Haus page on the GiveMN.org website, and start making a difference!

Sincerely,

The Reverend Lisa M. Doege

Vice President, NUMAS Haus Board of Directors
PO Box 291
New Ulm, MN 56073
numashaus.org
507-359-2202

NUMAS Haus is a 501(c)(3) organization
providing emergency shelter and support services to single mother families from Brown County and the New Ulm school district.

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