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Giving Hearts Day offering sweepstakes prizes for donors, volunteers

The top prize is a 2022 Chevrolet Silverado LT Trail Boss. Other prizes include golden tickets, which can be used to donate between $1,000 to $10,000 to charity.

Giving Hearts Day signage lines 25th Street South in Fargo Wednesday, Feb. 10, 2021. David Samson/The Forum

FARGO — A donation or pledge to volunteer is going to net someone a new car.

To encourage donations or volunteer pledges, Giving Hearts Day is sponsoring a sweepstakes, which runs from now until 7 p.m., Thursday, Feb. 10. The prizes include a 2022 Chevrolet Silverado LT Trail Boss donated by Gate City Bank, PRx home gym set, a Catalyst Medical Center spa experience, a Suite Shots VIP golf experience, a year supply of coffee from Thunder Coffee or a downtown Fargo getaway at the Radisson Blu.

Prize winners will be announced during the week of Giving Hearts Day, from Monday, Feb. 7 to Wednesday, Feb. 9. The winner of the pickup truck will be announced at 10 p.m., Thursday, Feb. 10.

Additionally, Giving Hearts Day will hold a golden tickets sweepstakes. Throughout Giving Hearts Day, 12 winners will be chosen to win between $1,000 and $10,000 to give to a charity of their choice. American Crystal Sugar Company, Bell Bank, Enclave, Happy Harry's Bottle Shop and VISIONBank are sponsoring the golden ticket sweepstakes.

To support a charity during Giving Hearts Day, members of the public can donate $10 or more, pledge to volunteer, or pledge to donate new or used goods.


To enter the Giving Hearts Day sweepstakes, North Dakota and Minnesota residents over the age of 18 can either:

  • Schedule a donation in advance or give a gift the day of at
  • Pledge to volunteer
  • Pledge to donate
  • Fill out a sweepstakes entry form

For full information and rules, visit .

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