GTMD23 Resources for Organizations
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A guide to this year's GTMD tools, tips and resources

Welcome to your home for GTMD23 resources and tools from GiveMN!

Below, we've compiled a short guide with links to our main resource areas. Bookmark this page to use as your go-to page for GTMD23 workshops, graphics, downloadable resources, and more!

Browse and download our resources below. Or, get started by taking a short quiz to learn about your organization's strengths, areas for opportunities, capacity and more...and we'll highlight a few tools to begin your work!



Registration (closed at 12:00p CST on Weds, Nov. 15)

GTMD registration is free and open to all nonprofits and schools. By registering, your organization will ensure it is eligible for the maximum amount of prizes, inclusion on Leaderboards, and any appropriate search filters. Learn more about how to register your organization and optimize your GTMD experience.


Our toolkit of graphics and logos to help dress up your GTMD23 campaign communications! Logos are available now. Posters and social media graphics will be available after Labor Day.

Templates and worksheets

A suite of checklists, sample language, and other communications templates created to help you build your fundraising campaign.

Webinar and Self-Guided Workbook

Two guided options to get your campaign off the ground! View the live kick-off webinar we held in September, or take time to go through our guided fundraising campaign building workbook.

Prize Grants

GTMD23 will once again feature $100,000+ in prize grants to help build urgency and fun for the campaign!

How to submit an event

If your organization is holding a live or virtual event or volunteer opportunity as part of Give to the Max, let us know so we may promote it to donors through our events calendar! Navigate to "Fundraising Tools" and "Opportunities" in your Administrative Area to submit your event. Learn more through the Mightycause support article.

Resource Accessibility

GiveMN believes that everyone who participates in and utilizes our workshops, videos and resources should be able to access them in way that works for them. This means inclusive actions like captioning online video workshops and asking for accessibility requests through all in-person workshop registration forms.

We invite any of our community members to contact us when they have a request to make our programming more accessible by emailing GiveMN will make efforts to accommodate all requests by working directly with each requestor.

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