The unofficial totals have been released for Thursday’s “Give To The Max Day” – Minnesota’s biggest fundraising drive of the year. The annual fundraising included over 53,000 donors with nearly 4,400 nonprofits receiving proceeds. The 24-hour effort ended at midnight. Cretin Derham Hall in St. Paul received the highest amount — $377,000 — while the top food shelf was Second Harvest Heartland, raising nearly $315,000. A southern Minnesota non-profit finished in the top 10 of organizations its size on the Give To The Max Day leaderboards. Montevideo-based “Clean Up The River Environment” came in 8th place with over $9,200 in donations. The top ten finish means that CURE will receive an extra thousand dollars.