Help us hit $100,000 in charitable giving

The City hopes to raise $100,000 in its charitable giving campaign this year, but the month-long campaign is more than halfway over and employee donations are behind. As of Nov. 17, the City had raised x. If you haven’t given yet, please log in to COMET today to pledge your donation, which will be automatically deducted from your paycheck.

Learn more about the charities that partner with the City. You can also donate to any 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization of your choice through Community Health Charities, Community Shares of Minnesota or the Greater Twin Cities United Way.

If you have already made a donation, thank you. Please take some time to encourage your coworkers to give.

Giving works. We can  see the results of charity work every day in our community, from helping people who need food and homes to protecting the environment, bolstering the arts and educating kids. Together we make it happen.


Visit the charitable giving campaign site on CityTalk or ask your department’s campaign liaison.

Why I give

— Brette Hjelle 
    Director, Business Administration 
    Public Works

Trudy Kjenstad
    Manager, Administrative Services
    City Coordinator’s Office

Sasha Bergman
    Government relations representative
    Intergovernmental Relations

Published Nov 17, 2015



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