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Help Your Golden Valley Schools Earn Funds Through ‘Give With Target’ Campaign

Community members have until this Saturday, Sept. 21, 2013, to vote.

Help Your Golden Valley Schools Earn Funds Through ‘Give With Target’ Campaign

Would you like to help schools in Golden Valley earn some extra money?

The  “Give with Target” programwas announced in August with Target asking customers to help allocate up to $5 million to schools nationwide. Community members have until Sept. 21 to cast their vote.

How it works

Select a K-12 school from the list of eligible schools on the  Target website and vote for it until Sept. 21, 2013 or Target determines $5 million has been awarded.

Once a school has received 25 votes, Target will donate $1 per vote, with a maximum donation of $10,000 per school, according to the  Target.

To vote for your favorite school in the community, click on the link below for details. Vote totals listed are as of Wednesday, Sept. 18, on the  Target website.

Good Shepherd School (181 votes)

King of Grace Lutheran School (330 votes)

Loveworks Academy (22 votes)

Meadowbrook Elementary School (211 votes)

Noble Elementary School (30 votes)

Highview Alternative High School (0 votes)

Perpich Center for the Arts (89 votes)

You can also find schools listed under "Robbinsdale, MN" for some in the Robbinsdale School District and more listed under "Hopkins, MN" for the Hopkins School District.

If you don’t see the school you would like to donate to on the list, you can search on the  Target website.

“The response to last year’s Give With Target program was overwhelmingly positive, and we are excited to invite our guests to designate $5 million to their schools this year,” said Laysha Ward, president, community relations,  Target. “By rallying communities across the country in support of education, Target is playing a role in helping put more kids on the path to high school graduation.”

Which school do you think people should vote for? Add your “shout out” in comments below!

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