The Champions Amateur Football League to Participate in 11th Annual Give to the Max Day on November 14
Champions Amateur Football League will kick off the giving season to raise funds and awareness for the 2020 Season
St. Paul, Minn. – November 11, 2019 – The Champions Amateur Football League today announced it will partner with nonprofit organization GiveMN to participate in Give to the Max Day, Minnesota’s homegrown giving holiday, on Thursday, Nov. 14. The annual 24-hour online fundraiser, now in its 11th year, has raised more than $170 million for more than 10,000 Minnesota-based causes. Donors can visit GiveMN.org to find a cause they care about, and donate anytime from November 1 to 14.
The Champions Amateur Football League will be hosting an online fundraiser and recognize all our donors on our social media page. The CAFL will also be awarding prizes including season tickets to all games played in 2020, a personal tour during one of the games and access to the media box at a select league game, or signed memorabilia.
“We are very excited to be selected to participate in the Give to the Max Day to help provide more opportunities to our players and the teams in our league” said Kimberly Johnson, (acting) Vice President of the Champions Amateur Football League. “All donations from this campaign will go directly to helping players reach their goals of extending their football careers.”
In addition, GiveMN and its partners will award $100,000 in prizes to nonprofits and schools through Golden Ticket drawings. Event organizers work with funders and partners each year to plan Give to the Max Day as a celebration of the important work nonprofits and schools do in Minnesota communities.
“Give to the Max Day has become the Minnesota giving holiday for the past ten years,” said Jake Blumberg, executive director of GiveMN. “For 24 hours, thousands of organizations and individuals rally to support amazing and important causes that make Minnesota a great place to live, work and play.”
To learn more, visit www.theCAFL.org and www.GiveMN.org.
About Champions Amateur Football League
The CAFL is focused on finding the right opportunities for all of the players on the teams in the league. Whether it’s JUCO or a State School, CFL or Arena, the CAFL will work with each athlete on a personal level. The CAFL helps with resume writing, game film turned highlight reels and interview coaching as well as on field skill and team building. In addition to helping players, the CAFL also provides all coaching staff the access to national coaching trainings and networks to keep staff up to date on injury and concussion protocols and the latest in safe play.
By using technology in innovative ways, GiveMN links donors with organizations that are making Minnesota a better place. GiveMN.org enables giving anytime and anyplace, allowing people to donate with ease and enthusiasm. GiveMN brings high energy and fresh ideas to Minnesota generosity.
Launched in 2009 by Minnesota Community Foundation, GiveMN is supported by many generous foundation and corporate partners, as well as contributions from individual Minnesotans.
Today, GiveMN serves more than 10,000 nonprofit organizations and schools across Minnesota and more than 400,000 individual donors have used GiveMN to make a difference for causes in their communities. Organizations rely on GiveMN to help shatter the old-school fundraising model and connect more givers with more causes than ever before.