Give to the Max day set for Nov. 17

Online fundraiser provides for people with disabilities

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MOORHEAD — Minnesota’s 24-hour online fundraiser, Give to the Max Day, is set for Thursday, Nov. 17.

The fundraiser benefits people with disabilities and supports Access of the Red River Valley.

“When you make a gift this Give to the Max Day, you can help Access of the Red River Valley continue to serve individuals with developmental disabilities and their families," said Kathy Potter, the nonprofit's executive director.

Donors may schedule a donation anytime through Nov. 17 by going to and searching for Access of the Red River Valley, or by going directly to the Access of the Red River Valley website at .

Potter said offline donations may also be made until Nov. 18 by mailing donations to Access of the Red River Valley, 403 Center Avenue, Suite 512, Moorhead, MN, 56560.


Access of the Red River Valley has provided in-home care services, corporate foster care and Rule 79 case management since 1984.

The organization offers essential and community-based in-home services to people who have developmental disabilities, a mental illness, or other related conditions.

For more information about Give to the Max Day, or Access of the Red River Valley, contact Potter at, or call \218-233-3991.

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