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North Dakota child care group to collect donations

MANDAN, N.D. - The North Dakota Childcare Providers organization is seeking donations to help child care providers throughout the state who may have suffered losses due to natural disasters, such as flooding in Minot, Bismarck and other communities.

MANDAN, N.D. - The North Dakota Childcare Providers organization is seeking donations to help child care providers throughout the state who may have suffered losses due to natural disasters, such as flooding in Minot, Bismarck and other communities.

Pennies for Providers is funded by donations from child care providers, child care associations and other concerned people in an effort to help those providers replace items that have been destroyed or damaged beyond use.

Applicants must reside in the state and be licensed and providing child care.

The loss of items must have occurred less than one year before the application submission, and the applicant must provide a general description of the loss.

For information about how to donate or apply, visit www.ndccpi.org .

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