Charities of Choice

You know that good feeling you get when you help people in your community who are in need? That’s the feeling we get every day when we support our Charities of Choice. We accept donations, coordinate volunteers for events, and promote their causes across our organization.

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The Affinity Plus Foundation

Established in 2000, the Foundation's mission is to engage, educate and empower individuals and communities. It does so by providing scholarships and grants to support students, educators and communities across Minnesota.

Learn about the Affinity Plus Foundation


Junior Achievement North

Junior Achievement North programs equip students with the skills needed to succeed in school and life. They teach them how to manage money, how to prepare for a successful career and how to start businesses that create jobs. Junior Achievement North empowers students across Minnesota, North Dakota and western Wisconsin to make a connection between what they learn in school and how it can be applied to the real world.

Visit Junior Achievement North

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Second Harvest Heartland

Second Harvest Heartland is a Minnesota food bank focused on ending hunger through community partnerships. Able to turn every $1 into 3 meals for local people in need, Second Harvest Heartland provides support to nearly 1,000 agency partner programs in 59 Minnesota counties. Additionally, SHH works closely with other “Feeding America” food banks to create a hunger relief system that covers every county in Minnesota, allowing Affinity Plus to have a local-level impact in every community it serves.

Visit Second Harvest Heartland


Special Olympics Minnesota

Special Olympics is the world's largest public health organization for people with intellectual disabilities. Its goal is to bring better fitness, nutrition and healthier lifestyles to their athletes, families, coaches and volunteers. The Special Olympics Minnesota chapter provides sports training, competition and leadership programs for more than 8,000 people of all ages who have intellectual disabilities.

Visit Special Olympics Minnesota