Mall of America® has an amazing time working with the Twin Cities non-profit community. We couldn't do this without the support from you — our tenants, employees and guests.
Mall of America actively gives back to the community, with the support of our tenants, employees and guests. We contribute an average of $25,000 every day in cash, products and in-kind support to charities and non-profits. Contributions to our community partners total more than $12 million annually, with a goal to grow this total every year. On behalf of the entire Mall of America family, we want to thank our community partners for the incredible work they do.
Learn more about our community relations in our Community Partnership Booklet, available for download here.
MOA® Donation Application
Please complete the application below to be considered for a donation. Before applying, please read our Giving Guidelines below.
Mall of America supports community causes through in-kind donations to registered 501(c)(3) organizations for special events, silent auctions and raffles.
These donations are limited to the five-state area of Minnesota, Iowa, Wisconsin, South Dakota and North Dakota.
While we cannot make monetary donations, we are glad to provide other types of support. Please be sure to make your requests in writing at least three months in advance.
In order to be as fair and effective as possible with our support, we unfortunately cannot donate to:
- School groups, classes, proms, PTOs or graduation parties
- Fundraisers for specific individuals
- Faith-based organizations
- Corporate fundraisers, incentive programs or events
- Third-party fundraisers
Giving Matters at MOA®
We receive an average of $25,000 in daily contributions in cash, products, and in-kind support to charities and non profits and host 400 free events annually.
|Allina Hospice Foundation||Autism Speaks||Beyond the Yellow Ribbon|
|Bloomington Heritage Days||Bloomington Public Schools||Bloomington Theater and Arts Center|
|Boys & Girls Clubs of Central MN||Brain Injury Association of MN Bundles of Love||Can Do Canines Assistance Dogs|
|Coaches for Kids||Cornerstone Domestic Abuse Project Education Foundation of Bloomington ESGR||Foundation for Fighting Blindness|
|Fraser||GiveMN||Great River Greening|
|Habitat for Humanity||HandsOn Twin Cities||Home for Life|
|Homeward Bound||HOPE Adoption and Family Services Indian Health Board||Juvenile Arthritis Association|
|Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation||La Oportunidad||Lupus Foundation of Minnesota|
|March of Dimes||Meals on Wheels||Minnesota Orchestra|
|Minnesota Teen Challenge||Muscular Dystrophy Association||National Kidney Foundation|
|Nomandale Community College Operation Glass Slipper||Pet Project Rescue||Prevent Child Abuse Minnesota|
|Rainbow Health Initiative||Rotary Club of Bloomington||Salvation Army|
|S.A.V.E.||Second Harvest Heartland||S.K.A.T.E. Brooklyn Park|
|Special Olympics||Susan G. Komen||Walk to End Hunger|
|Wildlife Science Center||Women’s Foundation of Minnesota||YMCA|
Mall of America Pond Fund
Mall of America has several indoor ponds around our property where guests can drop change and make a wish. Each month a different nonprofit organization is selected to receive the coins tossed into the ponds. Every year, MOA collects and distributes approximately $24,000 from our ponds.
Mall of America is proud to support and thank Service Members, Veterans and military families for their sacrifices. As a Beyond the Yellow Ribbon Company, we are committed to raising awareness for the importance of community support, resources + services for Service Members and their families.
Check out our everyday military discounts, valid year round.
Booster Volunteer Program
The booster volunteer program is available to non-profit organizations looking to raise funds through working for Mall of America with a volunteer group of 6-10 people. Shifts are eight hours in length and are mainly available on the weekends during high traffic periods (maximum of two groups per day). Duties include, but are not limited to: Rides, Food Services, Theatres, Guest Service and Housekeeping. Participants must have proof they are at least 16 years of age to be eligible to participate.
Who is eligible to participate?
Non-profit (tax-exempt) organizations are eligible to participate. The organization must provide an Employer Identification Number on the Federal Form W-9.
What shifts would we work?
Saturday 12-8pm or 2-10pm, and Sunday 11am-7pm. (Each person must commit to a full shift.)
How much can we raise?
Mall of America will make a donation prorated at $50/person to your organization based on the number of people who participate (max 10 people per group).
How do I sign up?
Please contact email@example.com for more information or to sign up.
A Little Goes a Long Way
For 20 years, Mall of America, along with our tenants has been a big part of the communities of Minneapolis/St. Paul and our home town of Bloomington, Minnesota.
With more than 13,000 employees in the building and growing, our roots here are wide and grow deeper all the time.
|$26,000||daily donation value|
|$24,000||in coins collected every year donated to 12 charities|
|100,000||subscribers connected to community partners in our monthly newsletter|
|$9,490,000||annual donation value|
|42,000,000||annual visitors exposed to MOA supported causes & events|
For its 15th anniversary celebration, CaringBridge wanted a real-world gathering place—and there was no place better than Mall of America®. The Mall rotunda set the stage for the star of the party, a 30 X 40-foot greeting card, signed by a world-record-breaking 2,216 people.
The Girl Scouts of Minnesota and Wisconsin River Valley wanted to throw a big party for the Girl Scout Centennial. But when they partnered with Mall of America for the event, they had no idea just how big it would be: 150,000 PEOPLE
Since its inception in 2008, the Walk to End Hunger has raised nearly $1,200,000 to help put food on the table for people in need. Held at Mall of America® on Thanksgiving morning, the Walk has become one of the Mall’s signature events. Raised $1,200,000 to help end hunger.
Minnesota Internship Center was awarded all the money from the Mall’s ponds from the month of October. The total was more than $1,200; enough to fund Paws for Learning in the school for a full year. Paws for Learning uses trained therapy dogs to help troubled students develop coping skills that can help them succeed in school. Given $1,200 from the Mall's Pond Fund.