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Giving Hearts to benefit programs

Dakota Medical Foundation and Impact Foundation, Fargo, are sponsoring on Thursday the first "Giving Hearts Day Match Program." This event is a new component of their GiveBack Initiative to inspire more effective giving in the region.

Dakota Medical Foundation and Impact Foundation, Fargo, are sponsoring on Thursday the first "Giving Hearts Day Match Program."

This event is a new component of their GiveBack Initiative to inspire more effective giving in the region.

Camp Grassick, the North Dakota Elks program for children and adults with disabilities and special needs, and Trollwood Performing Arts School's Students at Risk Program will benefit from the event.

DMF will match online contributions of $25 or more and will provide up to $5,000 in match-funding to each organization, and the three nonprofits that raise the most will receive an incentive of up to $10,000.

Contributions must be made with credit cards and be made online at www.impact

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giveback.org.

Donors to the program will be able to make contributions in honor or memory of someone.

Donors will also be able to send an electronic card to someone to let them know a donation has been made.

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