Mental Health is Community Health

Give to People Incorporated!

There’s simply no better way to promote hope and independence for people with mental illnesses.

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Client Testimonial

Eight years ago I never could have imagined where I am today. I’ve gone from being hopeless to looking forward to life.

— Loren

Ways to Give

Thank you for your interest in supporting compassionate mental health care in your community. There are many ways to make a financial impact. If you have questions about giving to a specific program, or what giving tools might be available to you for your financial situation, please contact our Development team at or 651-774-0011.

Mark Your Calendars for Give to the Max Day – November 18, 2021

Give to the Max DayGive to the Max Day is Minnesota’s single most impactful day of giving for nonprofits statewide. 

Join us in celebrating this important day as we place extra emphasis on supporting students in our local communities. Most children and youth do not receive the care they need, and our School-Linked Mental Health Services program is changing that with your help.  

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Give online, by mail, or phone

  • You can make a one-time or monthly sustaining gift online using our easy online giving form.
  • Mail a check payable to People Incorporated, 3000 Ames Crossing Road, Suite 600, Eagan, MN 55121
  • Make a gift by phone by calling 651-774-0011 and asking to speak to member of the Development team

Stock gifts

Gifts of stock are a great way to both maximize your donation and minimize your tax burden.

Contact your financial advisor to give them the following stock transfer information:

  • Raymond James Financial Services/Bremer Investment Services Account: 31434604 (People Incorporated Mental Health Services) DTC: 0725

You will receive an acknowledgment letter indicating the number of shares, name of stock and stock transfer date for gift for tax purposes.

Workplace giving

Workplace giving programs are an easy way to make a gift to People Incorporated. Simply sign up for your company’s workplace giving campaign and designate to People Incorporated. Our EIN number is 41-0962296. You can use automatic payroll deduction to make regular gifts.

Many employers sponsor matching gift programs and will match any charitable contributions made by their employees. In addition, if you volunteer with us, your employer may also provide us with a grant as a way to recognize your ongoing support!

Gifts from your estate or will

People Incorporated has many options for individuals to make a lasting legacy through gifts, avoid probate, and make an impact through wills, trusts, or beneficiary designations. In addition, you can also establish a contract that allows you to make a donation that pays you income for life or create a contract to transfer certain assets from a business or property to the organization upon death.

To learn more about these options, visit our Legacy Giving page.

Tribute gifts

Make a gift in honor of a birthday, anniversary, wedding, or any other special occasion. Gifts can also be made in memory of loved ones. People Incorporated will a special note to the person or family you choose to honor if you provide us contact info for them.

Gift cards, clothing, and other goods donations

Cribbage Boards

People Incorporated accepts many other donations throughout the year based on the needs of our clients and our ability to store donations. For information on hosting a drive or making a donation of goods, please contact our Development team for a list of current needs at or call 651-774-0011.

Past items have included new, clean socks, underwear, hand warmers, hygiene supplies, outdoor survival gear, and board games.

Why Give to People Incorporated

Julie Bourque, a Children’s Mental Health Case Manager for 11 years at People Incorporated, delivers a powerful, emotional statement on the need to recognize mental health issues early and get help for children and families through a holistic, whole-person approach to care.

Your gift to People Incorporated can help our staff like Julie connect more families and individuals to resources for physical and mental health, housing, employment, insurance, food support, and more.