Listeners like you provide nearly half of the funding needed to power Minnesota Public Radio and bring you the news and music you value each and every day. You listen. Take the next step - fundraise for MPR!
You can help raise important funds that support the music and news you rely on. Celebrate your favorite MPR shows and services, commemorate weddings and other events, or honor a special person with your MPR fundraising campaign. It's a fun, easy way to motivate family and friends while educating them about importance of public radio and the services that keep you informed and enhance your life and the lives of others in our community.
Creating your own MPR fundraising campaign is easy! Get Started:
Step 1: Click on "Start Fundraising."
Step 2: Click on the type of upcoming event you are participating in (sporting event, personal occasion, a tribute in honor of someone special) or create a fundraising initiative of your own.
Step 3: Follow the instructions provided to create an account and MPR fundraising page.
Step 4: You are ready to customize your MPR fundraising page! Insert a photo, write a personal message and set your fundraising target. Click "Save and Continue."
Step 5: After setting up your MPR fundraising page, you can immediately start fundraising! Here are some simple tips for what to do next:
- Customize your MPR fundraising page with photos and updates at any time.
- Tell your story. Sharing why you care for Minnesota Public Radio is a meaningful and effective way to inspire others.
- Promote your effort by using email and social media sites, like Facebook and Twitter, to quickly and easily reach out to your friends and family!
Thank you for your support and good luck!
Questions? Call the MPR Member & Audience Services team at 1-800-228-7123 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Privacy: MPR does not share its members’ names or contact information with other organizations.
All donations made through your page support the overall mission of Minnesota Public Radio, and MPR retains the right to determine how the funds are used to support the news and music. The story you share on your page reflects your personal views, which may differ from those of Minnesota Public Radio.