Boys and Girls Club of the Red River Valley

Incorporating Well–Being In The Workplace

There are 13 organizations participating in this project in Cass and Clay counties

CLASS AND CLAY COUNTIES, N.D.– “The People Project” is an idea that originated from the Rethink Mental Health Initiative started by Cass and Clay Counties. They are doing activities that promote a positive and respectful work environment. “If its kindness, they would take a car, they wouldn’t know what they were grabbing, and they would practice whatever that card says…

Boys and Girls Club of Red River Valley Reveals Completed Renovation Project

The Club was award a $50,000 Renovation Across the Nation Grant from Lowe's Home Improvement

FARGO, N.D. — Every year, Lowe’s Home Improvement chooses one Boys and Girls club in each state to receive a $50,000 Renovation Across the Nation grant to make improvements in their facility. This year, the Club of the Red River Valley was the chosen one from North Dakota. “With the commitment to kids and youth, we enthusiastically accepted,” CEO Robin Nelson…

Buffalo Wild Wings Teams Up with Boys and Girls Club for Community Day

The restaurant donates a percentage of sales, while guests can chip in as well

FARGO, N.D. — A Minneapolis-based restaurant chain teams up with a local nonprofit to help raise funds for charity. All three Buffalo Wild Wings locations in the F-M area are supporting the Boys and Girls Club of the Red River Valley for its annual Community Day. 10 percent of Wednesday’s total sales will be donated to the club as part of…

Dine and Donate: Five Guys Lends a Helping Hand to Local Boys and Girls Club

20% of each purchase helps the club feed several kids each day

FARGO, N.D. — Local Five Guys locations helped the Boys and Girls Club of the Red River Valley raise money to assist more kids across the metro. As part of their fundraising series, Five Guys donated 20% of every purchase to the club. Brent Brandt, the Resource and Development Director of the Boys and Girls Club of the Red River Valley,…

NDSU Students Line Up to Pie Their Professors in the Face

The second annual event raises money for the Boys and Girls Club of the Red River Valley

FARGO, N.D. — For the second straight year, NDSU students are smashing pies in their professors’ faces. More than 30 professors volunteered to have their students fill up a pie tin with whipped cream and smear it all over their face. The event is hosted by the NDSU chapter of Delta Upsilon, and the funds will go to the Boys and…