Category: Power 100

  • Progress So Far

  • LEGACY MN FPS Student Grant Initiative

    In celebration of our 35th Anniversary, we proudly announce LEGACY MN FPS!  LEGACY seeks to raise $10,000 annually by employing the POWER OF 100 – 100 donors giving $100 or more.  The majority of the funds raised through LEGACY will be awarded as grants to Minnesota’s future problem solvers!  LEGACY will also establish a permanent endowment.  Your donation to LEGACY MN FPS will help students today and help ensure that FPS is available to Minnesota students for another 35 years! 

    Any size donation is welcome!  All donations are tax-deductible!


  • Thank You

    Thank you for your donation to LEGACY MN FPS – A Student Grant Initiative!   If you have reached this page in some way other than having made a donation via Paypal, please visit this page to learn about the MNFPSP Power of 100 Legacy Project.   If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to ask […]


      Why is the Future Problem Solving Program important to Minnesota students? For 35 years, MN FPS has been helping Minnesota students become learners, leaders, and catalysts for positive change!  It prepares students to meet the challenges of the future by teaching critical-thinking, team building skills, and in-depth research skills into topics we are likely […]


      Foundational Donors:  ($250 or more) The Meng Family, Washington The Meng Family, Minnesota Meng Family, California Anoka-Ramsey Community College Anoka Technical College Ekstrom Family Whitesitt Storage Rapid Press Printing, Forest Lake     POWER of 100 Donors:  ($100-$249) Peter Dufault Jackie and Neil Royer Jim Birdsall The Medtronic Foundation Nan Taylor Karlyn Doyle and […]

  • Donation Information

    Donate to the Minnesota Future Problem Solving LEGACY Project today!     Donations of all sizes are welcome, appreciated, and tax-deductible! Donors of $100 or more will receive special recognition as POWER of 100 Donors on our website, on displays and/or hand-out programs at our Regional Competitions in January, and at the State Competition in […]