Give 2 The Max Day: Trying to raise millions in one day

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Today is Give 2 the Max Day for the Greater DC area, a pop-up day for charitable donation, with organizations doing their best to collectively raise millions. Hosted through charity site Razoo, local charities could register up through Monday of this week, and now a massive directory of good causes are competing for $125,000 in funds and grants and prizes (PDF)for various donor levels and amounts.

Chances are, your favorite charity in DC is in the directory today. Do some good, DC. As of post time today, over 3,000 people have donated, with $338,186 in the coffers so far.

Causes that we’ve highlighted here and elsewhere that are participating include Miriam’s Kitchen, DC Central Kitchen, Woolly Mammoth Theatre, the Washington Nationals Dream Foundation, and United for D.C.

Anything and everything helps, DC. Do note that Razoo does take 3% of donations to cover their CC processing fees, and adjust accordingly.

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