Tag Archive: North Dakota

Apr 23

Story time at United Day Nursery

Mike and Liz

One of our goals to ensure children enter school ready to succeed. By regularly reading to children during their preschool years, you provide them with the biggest boost toward a successful education they will ever get. That is why United Way board members and more recently, individuals in the community, have volunteered their time to …

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Apr 04

Record breaking campaign – Thank you!

2013 United Way_Herald Tabloid

Big news from the United Way of Grand Forks, East Grand Forks & Area We are pleased to announce that we have surpassed our 2012 fundraising goal of $1,025,000. Under the volunteer leadership of Dave Willprecht, Community Business Banker at Bremer Bank, and his Campaign Cabinet of nine local community leaders, we raised the most …

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Dec 03

Toys for Tots drive – It’s not too late!

There is still time to donate to United Way’s 2012 Toys for Tots drive. Today thru the end of the week we will be collecting donations of new, unwrapped toys to be distributed to children in need in the Grand Forks community ranging in age from 0 to 12 years. This year, 274 families with 624 children are enrolled …

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Nov 19

Toys for Tots 2012

This year marks the 65th Anniversary of the National Marine Corps Reserve Toys for Tots program, which United Way coordinates locally. Today through Dec. 5 we will be collecting donations of new, unwrapped toys. The toys will then be distributed to children in need in the Grand Forks community ranging in age from 0 to 12 years. In 2011, 287 families with 647 …

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Nov 09

A record number of Undies!

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A record 18,838 items were collected during United Way’s 2012 ‘Undies Sundays’ drive! Throughout the month of October the United Way of Grand Forks, East Grand Forks and Area in partnership with area churches, Altru’s Professional Nurses Committee, and Gate City Bank, collected a record 18,838 items as part of its annual ‘Undies Sundays’ drive. Each Sunday …

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Nov 01

Project Connect 2012

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If you, a friend, or family member are struggling with the cost of housing, fear you may become homeless, or are already homeless, stop by Project Connect 2012 on November 15 from 10:00am – 4:00pm at Hope Church. Project Connect is a one day event in which agencies, employers and volunteers from the Grand Forks …

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Oct 04

2012 Undies Sundays drive kicks off Sunday

                                                                                                               United Way’s 2012 ’Undies Sundays’ drive                                    Oct. 7 – 21 We often take everyday things for granted. Like underwear! Imagine taking a shower and not having a decent pair to wear. Unfortunately, this is true for many individuals in our community. Please help by donating NEW underwear, diapers, socks, soap, shampoo, and other personal care items. In 2011, …

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Oct 01

2012 Pacesetter Campaign Results

9 Pacesetter Organizations Increase Contributions 16%… Raise $41,210 for United Way! Employees from Brady, Martz & Associates, Bremer Bank, Clear Channel Communications, Grand Forks Housing Authority, Job Service North Dakota, North Dakota Department of Transportation, Scheels Sports, Super Target, and The Village Family Service Center set an outstanding pace for the 2011 fund-raising campaign for the United …

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Sep 12

2012 Campaign Pacesetters

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Introducing our 2012 Campaign Pacesetters! These 9 businesses started their United Way campaigns early to set the pace for the rest of the campaign   Brady, Martz & Associates   Bremer Bank Clear Channel Communications

Sep 11

Winter Coat drive – Grand Forks

The Salvation Army will be coordinating a Winter Coat drive in Grand Forks. Now through October 15, you can donate new or gently used winter coats – child and adult sizes. Donations of hats, gloves, mittens, snow pants, and boots will also be accepted. Items can be dropped off at the Salvation Army – 1600 University Avenue

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