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Contributions (July 22, 2017)

 

 

Hospice event raises nearly $134,000

Choice Financial's "Go Hawaiian for Hospice" lunch fundraiser, held June 27 in Fargo, generated $133,671 for Hospice of the Red River Valley. This year's event brings the five-year total amount raised to $362,453. Attendance was estimated at 2,300 people. The money raised provides care for patients and their families and supports HRRV's grief support services, as well as other nonreimbursed needs.

 

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Dakota Boys and Girls Ranch receives grant

Dakota Boys and Girls Ranch in Fargo received a $6,000 grant from the Fargo Moorhead Area Foundation. The grant will be used to create two balanced learning classrooms at Dakota Memorial School, the on-campus school of Dakota Boys and Girls Ranch in Fargo. Balanced Learning environments include specialized workstations, special lighting, sensory tools and specially-trained staff to help improve learning and educational outcomes.

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