To bring life and learning opportunities to Edina Public Schools students who are economically disadvantaged.
As a mission-aligned partner with Edina Public Schools, we are uniquely positioned to unlock opportunities in academics, arts, and athletics for students who have financial need.
2017.18 GO report
May 2019 – Edina Give and Go receives 2019 Mayor’s Commendation for Service Organization. An award given to an organization who has made outstanding contributions to the community at large. https://www.edinamn.gov/1044/Mayors-Commendations
April 2019 – Edina Noon Rotary supports Edina Give and Go for the third year in a row. This partnership focuses on music instrument fees for students across all nine Edina Public Schools.
April 2019 – Edina Morningside Rotary supports Edina Give and Go along with eleven other community organizations.
July 2018 – Edina Give and Go named ‘Best Community Organizer’ in Edina Magazine’s Best of Edina 2018. https://edinamag.com/best-edina-2018
March 2018 – Edina Noon Rotary Awards $2,500 Grant to Edina Give and Go” http://www.edinarotary.org/Stories/edina-rotary-foundation-awards-grants-1
March 2018 – Edina Give and Go selected to be part of General Mills’ ‘Good Works’ program.
Sept. 2017 – Edina Give and Go is featured in Edina Magazine http://edinamag.com/edina-charity-give-and-go-assists-educational-and-extra-curricular-programs
March 2017 – Edina Give and Go receives 2017 Edina Rotary Grant – as mentioned in Community Notes in Sun Current on March 9, 2017
Maggie McCracken is passionate about propelling mission-minded organizations. Maggie brings a broad toolbox of expertise to help turn non-profit ambitions into action. A previous Target Marketing leader, she worked for over a decade on strategic planning efforts across all of Target’s business units. Originally from Indianapolis, Maggie graduated from Indiana University with a B.A. in Journalism. Maggie, and her husband Rich, have two girls and live in the Edina community. Maggie joined Edina Give and Go in November of 2017.
Communications And Program Assistant
Julie Swoap has been an active volunteer in Edina Public Schools for the last 16 years serving in many capacities including PTO Co-President at Normandale Elementary School and Parent Volunteer Coordinator for Valley View Middle School Theater. She is the proud mother of 3 girls who have all attended Edina Public Schools (two have moved on to college and the other is at the high school). Julie enjoys working for Edina Give and Go behind the scenes to help all Edina students participate in the life and learning opportunities the district offers.
Sarina obtained her MBA from Cleveland State University. Sarina brings experience in the integration of Accounting and Information Systems to the Edina Give and Go team. She is passionate about helping those in need and has volunteered with various organizations in the Twin Cities. In addition, she is an active volunteer in multiple capacities within the Edina School system, as well as with the Parent Communication Network (PCN). She is a highly engaged mom to three children.
Board Co- Chair
Board Co- Chair
S. Michael Briggs
Edina Give and Go is a 501(c)(3) organization. Our work to bring life and learning opportunities to Edina Public Schools students who are economically disadvantaged would be impossible without the commitment and generous support of donors. All gifts are tax deductible to the fullest extent of the law. We are committed to stewarding these funds to make the greatest impact possible in our community. Our Employer Identification Number (EIN) is 47-5031672.
Edina Give and Go Financial Reports