Other Ways to Give to @streetsmn

So, like every other worthy non-profit in Minnesota, we’ve had our hand stretched out, with a plea for your dollars today. We’ve reminded you of all the great content we publish. We’ve even made references to bollards on Twitter.

But maybe you find all this begging for cash a little distasteful, even though you love streets.mn. We have other ways to give and participate:

  • Volunteer: We are 100% volunteer-run. We have a variety of committees that keep things happening, ranging from people who edit our posts, people who help at events, and people who push a billion requests for GTMD17 to you on social media.
  • Write: All of our writers are volunteers. Do you have something to say? Find out more about how to have your own byline on Minnesota’s most prestigious, all-volunteer site promoting conversation about land use issues!
  • Come to an Event: Maybe you want something in exchange for your donation, like how MPR gives you socks? We are having a fun event in December! On December 12, join streets.mn and the Theater of Public Policy for a night of comedy, beverages and jolly little appetizers. A $20 ticket gets you all of the above, plus bask in the presence of special guests Frederick Melo of the Pioneer Press, and Eric Roper of the Star-Tribune!

Or maybe you are still open to giving us money. We appreciate that too, as do our software providers and web host. Any way you participate in streets.mn — reading, volunteering, donating, commenting, tweeting at us — we value you all, and thank you for your consideration.

All donations are processed securely via Stripe, and your card number is not retained. streets.mn is a 501(c)3 organization and all donations are tax deductible.

About Julie Kosbab

Julie Kosbab is an online marketing consultant and active transportation advocate living in Anoka County, Minnesota. She was one of Minnesota's only League of American Bicyclists Certified Instructors when certified in 2005, and is no longer lonely in that calling. A past member of the National Bicycle Tour Directors Association, she has 2 children and a garage full of bicycles. Find her on Twitter as @betweenstations, or read her (seldom updated) blog at Ride Boldly!