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StoryNovember 10, 2020

Post supports Give to the Max Day 2020

Post supports Give to the Max Day 2020

For the second year in a row, Post Consumer Brands is matching up to $100,000 in donations made to Second Harvest Heartland and the Greater Twin Cities United Way, up to $50,000 each. Both organizations are impacting our communities through efforts around hunger relief and education – key pillars of our own charitable giving program.

More than 30 percent of our workforce is in Minnesota. The team members at Post Consumer Brands dedicate countless hours to community efforts. Since 2016, Give to the Max Day, an initiative in which thousands of Minnesota nonprofits and schools unite to raise funds, has raised millions of dollars for nonprofit partners.

Make a difference on Give to the Max Day

This year we’re proud to honor our legacy of giving by doubling your donations this Give to the Max Day. On Thursday, November 19, when you donate to Second Harvest Heartland or the Greater Twin Cities United Way we’ll match your donation, up to $50,000 for each organization. With your help, we can change communities.

Click on the links below to get started.

About Second Harvest Heartland

Second Harvest Heartland believes no one should ever go hungry, as our region produces more than enough food for everyone. Helping hungry neighbors find their next meal—so they can thrive at work, in the classroom and in their communities—is what drives Second Harvest Heartland, its partners and supporters. Beyond feeding hungry neighbors, Second Harvest Heartland believes in the importance of our work to help sustain our environment.

About Twin Cities United Way

For more than 100 years, the Greater Twin Cities United Way has brought together generations of changemakers to respond to the needs of our community — and 2020 is no different. Their mission is to galvanize our community to build pathways toward prosperity and equity for all. They believe that together, we will create a region where all people thrive, regardless of income, race or place. Learn more at