Give MICC

Give MICC for Minnesota Independence College and Community
Minnesota Independence College and Community

About Give MICC

Inspired by the impact MICC is having on individuals and families affected by autism spectrum and other learning differences, an anonymous benefactor has issued two challenges to our community.

Challenge #1: All donations to MICC will be matched dollar for dollar up to $20,000 for contributions made between Nov. 1 and Nov. 14

Challenge #2: And, for every 50 donors giving to MICC between Nov. 1 and Nov. 14, the benefactor will donate $2,500 (50 donors = $2,500, 100 donors = $5,000, 150 donors = $7,500...)

- This match is based off donors so you can only be counted once regardless of how many gifts you make between Nov. 1 and Nov. 14

We are honored to have been selected for such an amazing challenge. Help us achieve our goal by donating today and spreading the word to your friends and family!

#wearemicc


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Starts at:  November 1, 2019 12:00 AM
Ends at:  November 14, 2019 10:44 PM

Location

, USA

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MICC In Action

Because of your investment, MICC is making an incredible impact on individuals and families affected by the autism spectrum and learning differences. The number of individuals served by MICC is at an all time high at 130 (55 MICC College students and 75 MICC Community members).

95% of MICC College students have been employed by graduation in the past three years. After graduation, our students continue to achieve greatness through personal growth, responsible citizenship and sustainable independence in our Community program. These continued successes wouldn’t be possible without you.

Partnering with Wilder Research, we’ve learned the social return on investment of MICC is $3.00 for every dollar invested, indicating that the benefits of MICC not only offset the cost of providing services, but return value to society. Your contribution supports our vision of a world where individuals on the autism spectrum and with learning differences thrive and are valued.

Because of your investment, MICC is making an incredible impact on individuals and families affected by the autism spectrum and learning differences. The number of individuals served by MICC is at an all time high at 130 (55 MICC College students and 75 MICC Community members).

95% of MICC College students have been employed by graduation in the past three years. After graduation, our students continue to achieve greatness through personal growth, responsible citizenship and sustainable independence in our Community program. These continued successes wouldn’t be possible without you.

Partnering with Wilder Research, we’ve learned the social return on investment of MICC is $3.00 for every dollar invested, indicating that the benefits of MICC not only offset the cost of providing services, but return value to society. Your contribution supports our vision of a world where individuals on the autism spectrum and with learning differences thrive and are valued.

About MICC

Minnesota Independence College & Community (MICC) is a 501(c)3 nonprofit vocational and life skills training program for young adults with learning differences and autism spectrum disorders (ASD). Our mission is to transform the lives of individuals and families affected by autism spectrum disorders and learning differences.

Since our founding in 1996, MICC has remained dedicated to helping our students make successful transitions towards independent, sustainable living. We believe our students/graduates can live independent, self-sufficient, whole lives. Having learned the skills to open doors previously closed to them, the future of our students is limitless.

We are a lifelong partner to an individual who learns differently. We are MICC.


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We are all the same, we want a sense of purpose, an identity, and to be able to contribute to our community. Having a reason to get up each morning, and a place to go and to have someone be excited to see you is exactly why employment and community is so important.
- Amy Gudmestad, Executive Director