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Fitness coach helps pull fundraiser together for single mom with breast cancer

"I don't know half the people that are donating so it is so crazy to me that they are just showing so much support."

FARGO, N.D. — During trying times, one community member is reminding people all about the season of giving with a benefit that will help cover costs for a single mom who’s going through a tough medical diagnosis. “She’s been through a lot of what people would consider hardships and just come out on top every time and such a strong…

“Thankful for” plaques help benefit United Way

Local company partners up with non-profit for a way to give back to those in need.

FARGO, N.D. – Office Sign Company is creating unique “Thankful For” plaques with part of the proceeds benefiting the United Way of Cass-Clay. These decorative plaques are completely customizable with photo and text to show who or what you are thankful for. The non-profit organization strives to put an end to homelessness for children and families throughout the valley. Each…

ND E-Waste Company hosts event for Homeward Animal Shelter

One North Dakota man helped contribute a $100 donation by recycling a total of 20 computers.

FARGO, N.D. – The North Dakota E-Waste company holds “Computers for a Cause” an electronic recycling event helping benefit a local animal shelter. The North Dakota E-Waste recycling event took place just outside of the Ramada and O’Clevy’s parking lot on 13th avenue. North Dakota E-Waste said for every computer donated, a $5 donation would help benefit the Homeward Animal…

Community Comes Together for Tanya Anderson Benefit

The Hawley woman is battling cancer and Acute Liver Failure

FARGO, N.D. — People from across the metro came together at the El Zagal Shrine in Fargo in honor of a Hawley woman battling cancer. Tanya Anderson, wife of 101.9 JACK FM radio personality “Scotch” Anderson, was diagnosed in July. She then had a rare side effect to the chemotherapy that has put her in Acute Liver Failure. To help…

Benefit supporting Landen Lizakowski draws hundreds

Landen, a Davis High School student, was diagnosed with stage 3 Lymphoma in November

FARGO, N.D. — Hundreds from across the metro gather at the El Zagal Shrine in Fargo in honor of a high school hockey player battling Lymphoma. Landen Lizakowski of Fargo was diagnosed with stage three cancer back in November. He is currently undergoing the final round of five chemotherapy cycles he’s had to take part in. A benefit including a…

ND Mom fights cancer diagnosed while she was pregnant

Doctors found a softball sized tumor in Meredith's small intestine.

HARWOOD, N.D. — Merideth Sorenson was on her way through pregnancy with her husband Troy for third child, about 19 weeks into the pregnancy something happened. “I was having some pains in my stomach and they did some tests on me,” Sorenson said. Doctors found a softball sized tumor in Merideth’s small intestine. She was still able to give birth…

West Fargo Packers Hockey Team’s Pancake Fundraiser

The group also set up a silent auction table with proceeds going back to the team for equipment and any other needs.

WEST FARGO, N.D. — Scrambled eggs, hot sausages and fresh pancakes all for raising money. It’s all a part of The West Fargo Packers Boys Hockey Pancake fundraiser. The team and community members packed into the West Fargo VFW asking for free will donations for any hungry faces that wanted to give. The group also set up a silent auction…

Benefit Is Held For Woman Who Sustained Serious Injuries From Car Crash

 The F–M community came out to support the family

FARGO, N.D. Back in July, Katrina Cichon suffered significant injuries when her vehicle skewered and caused it to roll. “I’m good. Taking it day by day. I’m getting better, I’m walking now without much assistance,” says Katrina. Her daughter and dog were in the car with her at the time of the accident. Her daughter only sustained a couple of…

Family And Friends Host A Benefit For Woman Battling ALS

Cindy says feels very grateful to have the support of her friends and family.

FARGO, N.D – Cindy Mason was diagnosed with the disease a year and a half ago when she noticed symptoms in her arm. Her family and friends decided to step in and organize a benefit to help with the costs of remodeling her home to make it more accessible. They had a silent auction, a bake sale and a lunch…

Space Aliens Hosts Jeff Maddock Benefit

The benefit is part of the restaurant's "Space Aliens Helping Earthlings" program

FARGO, N.D. — Space Aliens Grill & Bar in Fargo is giving back to the community, one local cause at a time. It’s hosting a benefit for Jeff Maddock. The Fargo man is fighting a rare form of leukemia. All day today, if you eat at Space Aliens and show the Jeff Maddock Benefit letter on Facebook or Twitter, the…