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North Dakota: Donations matched on Thursday, Feb. 8

Added on Thursday, February 1, 2018

Gifts made to any of our six North Dakota Salvation Army locations on Thursday, Feb. 8, Giving Hearts Day, will be matched. Simply go to GivingHeartsDay.org on Feb. 8 and select your local Salvation Army. Your donation will impact families in your community by helping them find a pathway out of poverty.

Participating cities and available matching funds are as follows:

  • Fargo: $22,250
  • Bismarck: $4,000
  • Grand Forks: $4,000
  • Jamestown: $4,000
  • Minot: $4,000
  • Williston: $4,000

Your donation to The Salvation Army will provide food, shelter, spiritual support, and other critical services for North Dakota individuals and families experiencing poverty.

volunteer serves meal“Poverty is an everyday battle,” said Lt. Col. Lonneal Richardson, leader of The Salvation Army Northern Division. “By giving to The Salvation Army on Giving Hearts Day, you are saying, ‘I notice people experiencing poverty in my community, and I want to join the fight for good.’ We thank North Dakota residents for their support.”

Giving Hearts Day is North Dakota’s biggest day of the year for charitable giving. It is a partnership between the Dakota Medical Foundation and Impact Foundation, benefiting nonprofit organizations across the state.

Thank you for donating to The Salvation Army on Giving Hearts Day.