Learn how to help an Alice, ND, man injured in a work accident and other ways to Lend A Hand Up
Check out our weekly list of new fundraisers and benefits from Lend A Hand Up, a nonprofit crowdfunding site that adds a 20% boost to online donations.
Jarett Gregerson of Alice, N.D., was injured Feb. 27 while hauling product. He was transferred to the Sanford trauma unit where he has since remained unconscious due to severe head trauma, broken ribs and collar bone.
Amra Muzafirovic was admitted to the Mayo Clinic hospital in mid-January where she received care until her untimely death on Feb. 27th. Her husband, Enes, took a leave from work to be by her side. He has had to take out loans to pay for her medical bills and funeral expenses.
Learn more about these fundraisers and how to give at https://lendahandup.org .
A fundraiser for Felicia Meyer of Fargo will be held from noon to 4 p.m., Saturday, March 25, at Brewzers Bar in Walcott, North Dakota. Proceeds from the free-will food benefit, silent and online Lend A Hand Up auction will help the Meyer family with medical expenses as Felicia receives aggressive treatment for stage three triple negative breast cancer. The Meyers have three children and are active members of the hockey community.
Baby Collins Heart Fundraiser will be held from 5 to 9 p.m. Saturday, March 31, at the Fargo El Zagal Shrine, 1429 3rd St. N. Proceeds from the free-will taco bar, auction and bake sale will help Jenae and Nate Arnold with expenses related to their relocation to Minneapolis as they await the birth of their baby, Collins, who will need open heart surgery soon after birth to repair a congenital heart defect.
Learn more about these benefits and how to give at https://lendahandup.org .
Lend A Hand Up is a 501c3 nonprofit subsidiary of Dakota Medical Foundation. Gifts raised through Lend A Hand Up’s giving site increase in value by 20% to help area families experiencing hardship due to a health issue, recent loss of life, or traumatic event.
To start a Lend A Hand Up fundraiser or support one, go to
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