November 17, 2022 kicks off Give to the Max, Minnesota's biggest day of giving.
180 Degrees has a special incentive for new donors to contribute to its Give to the Max campaign this year.
"We have $50,000 on the line," said CEO Dan Pfarr. "and it's up to new donors to help us unlock $50,000 in funding from the Richard M. Schulze Family Foundation."
The Richard M. Schulze Family Foundation will award $50,000 in funds if 180 Degrees can raise the same amount from new supporters in this "all or nothing" challenge.
"We are calling on the entire Minnesota community, especially on Give to the Max Day 2022. If we fall short, we lose out on critical funds that support homeless youth, youth experiencing sex trafficking, and adults and children working to stay out of the criminal justice system."
New donors -- and current donors -- can make a gift at www.givemn.org or at www.180degrees.org.
For over thirty years, CEO Dan Pfarr has been on the front lines of the human services community, working to lift-up youth, adults, and families in crisis. His focus on trauma-informed care helps shape the direction of 180 Degrees and inspire a team of nearly one hundred employees. As a multi-cultural organization with staff and clients who have suffered a life of prejudice and inequality, 180 Degrees continues prioritizing discussion and action against a system of racial injustice.