Nominate for
GIVE16 Honors

“It’s more than a campaign.

Give16 is the idea that together we can spark positive change.”

Jason Zucker Founder

The inaugural GIVE16 Honors presented by 3M Open will be an opportunity for the community to come together and celebrate 16 individuals, organizations, teams or nonprofits who are making an impact.

The Zucker family is thrilled to open up nominations to the public in an effort to shed light on others who have made a commitment to this community and highlight organizations in need.

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How it works

We want to hear who you think has made an impact in this community and why they should be a GIVE16 Honors recipient.

Qualifications

There are no rules or minimum financial impact requirement for submissions. The nominee must have full knowledge that they are being nominated and if they win, that they will be recognized publically.

  • Contribution must have been done between July 2018 and present day
  • Submission must be turned in by August 14 at 9PM CT
  • Representative must be present at GIVE16 Honors to accept award

Nominees

Each GIVE16 Honors recipient will receive (2) tickets to the GIVE16 Honors event being hosted at the Hutton House the evening of Wednesday, August 28. GIVE16 Honors event details and tickets sales will be announced shortly.

Event

It will be a wonderful night with food provided by Crave Catering, sips from Breakthru Beverage and experiential elements throughout the space! The outdoor patio will also be open.

The event is open to the public. Purchase tickets here.

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The #Give16 story

NHL player Jason Zucker and his wife Carly, a well-known TV and radio personality, have had a deep and meaningful connection to University of Minnesota Masonic Children’s Hospital since the 2016 introduction to 8-year-old patient, Tucker Helstrom. Helstrom was the inspiration behind the GIVE16 campaigns that raise money for University of Minnesota Masonic Children’s Hospital and the Zucker Family Suite and Broadcast Studio.

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"From the moment I walked into Tucker's hospital room, a friendship between us kindled. From then on, our life was changed forever."

Jason Zucker Founder

Zucker Family Suite and Broadcast Studio

The dual-purpose space marries Jason’s NHL career and Carly’s broadcast career. Programming produced in the broadcast studio ranges from music request hours to game shows, celebrity visits and more. The space also replicates the experience of a Minnesota Wild suite, with a ticketed entrance, food and beverage options, a large projection screen and two NHL goal lights that go off when the Wild score, creating an unforgettable experience for families unable to leave the hospital.

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Proud supporters

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