Give to the MAX 2023!

Which Day?

Give to the MAX Day 2023 in Minnesota!

Give to the MAX Day in Minnesota is happening now — TODAY!

Donate to MNFPSP today!

Your generous support means the world to creative learners! 

Now more than ever, the world needs leaders who can be methodical, creative, flexible problem-solvers — The Minnesota Future Problem Solving Program is doing its part to teach students across the state by teaching students how to think, not what to think.

Every gift made on Give to the Max Day helps our chances of winning a special Golden Ticket worth $500 or more!

Give to the Max TODAY

Dear friend of the Minnesota Future Problem Solving Program,

We just wanted to remind you that this year’s “Give to the Max Day” is Thursday, November 16 — TODAY!

This is an opportunity to support Minnesota charitable causes that are important to you, including non-profit organizations and schools. Just go to the Give to the Max website to find the causes in which you are interested. 

The GiveMN website makes it simple to discover a new cause or find one you already love, as well as track your donations. And your donations qualify your causes to participate in the Give to the Max Day Prize incentives, supported by the Bush Foundation, including the opportunity to win Golden Ticket donations of $500 to $10,000! 

Of course, we hope you will consider MNFPSP as one of the causes you consider deserving of your support! And if you miss Give to the Max Day, remember that you can also donate to MNFPSP at any time directly on our website.

Please forward to your friends and colleagues.

Give to the MAX is ON!

Opening doors to imagination, ingenuity and creativity.

Minnesota’s Future Problem Solving Program is making a difference every day by teaching students how to think, not what to think.   On November 14, your donation can make a difference — every hour, $1,000 will be given to a random charity!

GIVE to the MAX! 

Thank you.


Your donation to the MNFPS Program is greatly appreciated!

Your generosity helps us to engage more students every year in the Future Problem Solving Process.