Your support makes it possible for CUB to be an independent voice for consumers.

  • By check: Checks can be made payable to Citizens Utility Board of Minnesota and sent to us at:
    332 Minnesota Street, Suite W1360
    St. Paul, MN 55101
  • Online: Choose the donation option that works best for you and click the corresponding “donate” buttons below. You will then be prompted for donation amount and additional information on the following pages. Be sure to share your address with CUB Minnesota so we can send your thank-you gift.
    Make a one-time contribution:

    Make a monthly recurring contribution:

Thank-you gifts

For a limited time, we have special thank-yous for your contribution. Show off your support for CUB and spread the word about this new organization.
CUB water bottle
17 oz. aluminum bottle
With a contribution of $50 or more
CUB tote bag
Lightweight non-woven bag, 19″w x 13″h x 7″d
With a contribution of $25
These gifts were generously donated by ePromos Promotional Products and 4imprint Promotional Products, so 100% of your donation supports CUB’s work. If you would prefer not to receive a thank-you gift, please let us know with your donation.


More ways to support CUB

Matching gifts Many companies will match employees’ and retirees’ donations of money and/or volunteer time. Minnesota employers that offer matching gifts include 3M, Ecolab, Medtronic, Oracle, US Bank, and many more.

If your company provides a match — or if you’re not sure, and you’d like us to help you look into it — let us know!


Thrivent Financial members

Qualifying members are encouraged to designate donations to CUB each year through the Thrivent Choice program.

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Questions: Organizational donors and anyone with questions, please contact executive director Annie Levenson-Falk at or 651-300-4701, ext. 1.


The Citizens Utility Board of Minnesota is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization (federal tax ID #81-2175430). Contributions are tax deductible.

To avoid any real or perceived conflicts of interest, CUB is unable to accept donations from utilities.