BOISE, Idaho — Idaho's annual day of giving shattered a record Thursday, surpassing it's fundraising goal of $1.7 million.

With hundreds of nonprofits taking part in the event, Idaho Gives is an opportunity to donate to your favorite local charity. 

The donations crossed the $1.7 million mark just after 10 p.m., with two hours of fundraising to go. That's compared to the $1.56 million raised for the entire day in 2018.

As of 11:45 p.m. Thursday, more 11,800 donors have raised about $1.89 million for 589 Idaho nonprofits. A big boost came in the 11th hour - literally - when a $105,000 donation came in just after 11 p.m. 

Donations were accepted until midnight on the Idaho Gives website.

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The Idaho Nonprofit Center, which organizes the effort, raised their goal for 2019 to $1.7 million, $200,000 more than last year's goal. Idaho Gives has now raised $7 million raised in 7 years.

In addition to donations, all participating nonprofits are also competing for $50,000 worth of prizes, based on fundraising goals.

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