Employee giving

As a Children’s Minnesota employee, you give back to our community by championing the health needs of children. We invite you to extend that generosity by making Children’s Minnesota one of your charities of choice.

Ways for employees to give

  • Employees can opt to make a payroll deduction.
  • Employees can give a one-time or recurring gift through credit card or check.
  • Employees can give through their estate.
  • View other ways to give.

Support Children’s Minnesota and the community through employee giving

As a Children’s Minnesota employee, you know firsthand the importance of providing the best experience for every child and family who come to us for care. Make Children’s Minnesota part of your philanthropic plan this year by supporting urgent needs or one of Children’s Minnesota’s other fundraising priorities, including the department where you work.

Community Health Charities Minnesota (CHCM)

CHCM is an alliance of leading nonprofit health research and service organizations whose mission is to improve lives affected by chronic illness by investing in health research, services and education. See the charities supported by CHCM.

Greater Twin Cities United Way

The vision of the Twin Cities United Way is to be a recognized leader in building a stronger, more self-sufficient region by bringing together the hearts, minds and resources of all our citizens to make a measurable impact on our community’s most pressing human service problems. See the charities supported by TCUW. View more information online.

Spread the word online

Another way for employees to give back is advocating for Children’s Minnesota by engaging the community and sparking conversation. See ideas for spreading the word online via Facebook, twitter or email. Tips and ideas for sharing can be found in our our digital toolkit. 

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