Join us in supporting our local charitable organizations and the great work they do. From walks and bike rides to gala black-tie events, you’ll find many ways to help make a difference in our community.
Charitable listings can be found using the calendar in the upper right of this page. NOTE: All events subject to change. Please call or check website in advance.
This annual Charitable Registry provides you with a calendar of social and special events benefiting our local charities. Our local social service, education, and arts organizations need our help to continue their good work in enriching lives and our community.
The events are organized by date to help you find your favorites and to discover new charities to support. Our goal is to provide our readers with a comprehensive reference to use throughout the year when planning your philanthropic donations. For additional information and descriptions about an event, please use the links in the upper right.
Your ongoing support, whether a personal or monetary investment, helps keep our community’s rich tradition of philanthropy alive and vibrant.
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Senior leaders of U.S. Bank dined with men who've visited the moon at the Founding Flyers Gala held AirSpace Minnesota at the Golden Wings Flying Museum in Blaine, Minnesota. Special guests for the April 25 event were Dr. Buzz Aldrin and Dr. Jack Schmitt, NASA astronauts from the first and last moon landings.
Clients of The Private Client Reserve and U.S. Bank leaders Richard Davis, Terry Dolan, Mark Jordahl, Mike Ott, Sally Mullen, Jose Peris and Margaret Paddock enjoyed an exclusive reception with Dr. Aldrin and Dr. Schmitt followed by a larger group dinner and program. The program featured U.S. Bank CEO Richard Davis as the keynote speaker and a moderated panel discussion with both astronauts.
AirSpace Minnesota is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization created to chronicle Minnesota’s great aerospace and aviation legacy and equip a new generation to write the next chapter of the innovation story. They are committed to helping students discover their dreams and the creativity and value of skills and careers involving science, technology, engineering and mathematics. When dreams and skills connect, anything is possible.
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