Facebook Season of Giving Match
To celebrate the season of giving, Facebook (Meta) will match your recurring donation* to Community Action Partnership of Hennepin County up to $100. If you have a Facebook account, it's an easy way for your donation to help even more people with lower incomes build stability and lift themselves out of poverty.
How It Works
- You give and Meta gives - When you sign up as a monthly donor via Facebook, Meta will match your donation up to $100 after your second recurring payment.
- Cancel anytime - Sign up today and you're set. Need to cancel? No problem, you can do that anytime.
- Please note: If you cancel your recurring donation before your second payment is processed, your donation will not be matched.
- No fees - Meta covers donation processing fees so your money goes to the cause you care about.
Thank you for your support!
* This offer is valid only when made available by Meta on the Facebook app and is limited to maximums of up to $7,000,000 U.S. dollars (total matching) and up to $100,000 U.S. dollars (per benefiting charity). For additional terms and conditions visit Meta's Social Impact web page.
CAP-HC is an independent 501(c)(3) non-profit as defined by the Internal Revenue Code. Donations may qualify as deductible under IRS regulations; please consult with your qualified tax representative for details.
MORE ABOUT CAP-HC
Established in 1986, CAP-HC creates services, programs, and partnerships that serve Hennepin County's residents with lower incomes, creating opportunities for them to stabilize and empowering them to become self-sufficient. These resources address the specific factors that cause and reinforce poverty in Hennepin County, increase economic stability, and help individuals and families lift themselves out of poverty.
For many, CAP-HC is their last stop before power and heat disconnection, foreclosure, homelessness or bankruptcy. For others, it's a place to learn how to buy a home, create a budget, or find a job. Your donation provides vital support for our work in the fight against poverty.