- Find Your School
- Theater Experiences
College and Career Tours
- College Tours
- Admission Chats
- College Connect & College Success Workshops
College Conversations Podcast
- Episode 1: Decision Making
- Episode 2: First-Generation Scholars
- Episode 3: Self Advocacy
- Episode 4: Community and Campus Support
- Episode 5: Financial Aid
- Episode 6: Which College Type Is For Me?
- Episode 7: STEM College & Career Exploration
- Episode 8: Business Degrees; Myths & Advice
- Episode 9: Being a College Athlete
- Episode 10: Pathways after High School, Part 1
- Episode 11: Pathways after High School, Part 2
- Episode 12: Pathways after High School, Part 3
- Episode 13: Why Choose an HBCU?
- Episode 14: Undocumented Students and College; Myths & Advice
- Episode 15: What is Summer Melt and How Do You Keep Cool?
- Episode 16: Connecting to Your Purpose
- Episode 17: Essay Writing; Tips and Tricks
- Episode 18: Paying for College and Other Money Conversations
- Episode 19: How Can I Navigate Stress?
- Episode 20: Can I Go to College If I’m a Parent/Pregnant?
- Episode 21: Navigating Healthcare Pathways
- Other Community College and Career Resources
- Global Experiences
- PS Institute
- Anwatin Musical
- Marcy Musical
- Sanford Musical
- Northeast Musical
- And So I Did
- Outdoor Adventures
- Student Resources
- About Us
- Mission, Vision & Values
- Program Components
- School Partnerships
- Adrienne Diercks
- Ah Lor
- Alana McQuirter
- Andy Lupinek
- April Foster
- Caitlin DeVos
- Chase Coley
- Chelsea Keene
- Christopher Vang
- Emily Heagle
- Emily Vang
- James Rone
- Jazz Castañeda
- Jenny Batten
- Katie Langemo
- Ken Story
- Khary Jackson
- Kosey Mitchell
- Kyle Munshower
- Laura Garcia
- Linnea Fahnestock
- Liz Bedard Halberg
- Marc Bromaghim-Oropeza
- Marta Fraboni
- Matt Dreier
- Matt Kriske
- Micael Bogar
- Micah Peterson-Brandt
- Miranda Gruber
- Noah Branch
- Olivia Soholt
- Rachel Linnemann
- Roshni Desai
- Ryan Weldon
- Sabrina Patlan
- Taliah Howze El
- Board of Directors
- Annual Report
There are many ways you can donate to Project Success that allow you to help more students connect with their futures, while also matching your unique financial situation.
OUTRIGHT GIFT: Gifts of cash or multi-year pledges to be paid over three to five years:
- Make a campaign gift online today using your credit card.
- Mail a donation check payable to Project Success at One Groveland Terrace, Suite 300, Minneapolis, MN 55403. For your convenience, you may print out a gift form to help us understand the details of your gift.
GRANTS FROM DONOR ADVISED FUNDS: Single or multiple distributions from your Donor Advised Fund.
GIFTS OF STOCK/SECURITIES: Gifts of publicly traded stock or securities offer significant tax benefits—especially when the donor has a low basis. Donors can avoid capital gains tax and receive a charitable income tax deduction for the current fair market value of the stock – up to 30 percent of adjusted gross income that can be carried forward for up to five years.
IRA DISTRIBUTION: If you are at least 70½ years old, you can ask your IRA administrator to make a qualified charitable distribution (QCD) from your traditional or Roth IRA directly to Project Success, which has some unique benefits:
- You can give up to $100,000 per year without including the distribution in your gross income. Married couples may be able to give up to $200,000.
- Amounts given count toward your annual required minimum distribution.
PLANNED GIFTS: Several Project Success contributors have made their gift partially by including the organization in their will, beneficiary designations or other estate-planning techniques. Many planned giving vehicles offer benefits, including tax savings and income for life.
Project Success is a 501 (c) (3) organization under the Internal Revenue Service Code. All contributions are fully tax-deductible.
To discuss gift options in more detail, please contact Emily Heagle, Senior Director of Advancement at 612.874.0776 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Support our Ongoing Programming
Maintaining annual support during our program expansion is also critical to our success. Make an annual gift to Project Success.