Donate by mail
To mail your tax-deductible contribution, please print and fill out this donation form and send your check or credit card information to:
Minnesota Literacy Council
700 Raymond Avenue, Suite 180
St. Paul, MN 55114-1710
Become a sustainer
Automatic monthly giving is a convenient way to "share the power of learning" throughout the whole year. Become a sustainer and make automatic gifts through your financial institution or credit card. Simply print and mail the sustainer form or select the secure online authorization option. Either way, you choose the amount and timing of the transaction. To easily cancel or change your gift amount, contact Linda at 651-251-9075.
You can donate through payroll deduction plans, such as United Way or Community Shares Minnesota, by designating the Minnesota Literacy Council for all or part of your contribution. While the literacy council is not a funded agency of United Way or Community Shares of Minnesota, these plans allow a donor to request that his or her funds be forwarded to any nonprofit organization. Payroll deduction provides a convenient way to spread giving throughout the year. Please ask your HR representative or your charitable contribution coordinator for instructions on how to make a designated gift.
The transfer of stock is an excellent way to support the Minnesota Literacy Council's mission and services, while also obtaining potential tax benefits. If you are interested in this option, please email our development director Susan Godon at email@example.com or call 651-251-9092.
Sponsorships and special events
We encourage organizations and businesses to sponsor and participate in the literacy council's special events. Sponsorship opportunities are available for our annual Power of Learning Luncheon. To become a luncheon sponsor or to explore other possibilities that support the literacy cause in Minnesota, please e-mail Susan at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 651-251-9092.
The Minnesota Literacy Council is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Donations are tax deductible.