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Regional Blood Supply is Plummeting, Vitalant Urges People to Donate

"When you donate, you are saving a life."

FARGO, N.D. (KVRR) – The Red River Valley is experiencing a critical blood and platelet shortage. Vitalant is urging all eligible donors to make an appointment as soon as possible. “We have got a skyrocket of usage and we don’t have enough donors. We typically know how blood donations need to be used throughout the year, but with this pandemic,…

United Way Cass Clay wants to fight homelessness in the community

LIVE UNITED GIVE UNITED rallied the community to drive by the C-I Apparel parking lot and give 20 dollars.

FARGO, N.D. – United Way of Cass Clay hosts a drive thru event to help prevent homelessness. Live United Give United rallied the community to drive by the CI Apparel parking lot and give $20. People were able to donate through a QR code. Those who stopped by were able to receive treats and do a fun photo-op. According to…

Local non profit hosts shopping relief event for community members

relief shoppers stay fashionably warm with donated goods

FARGO, N.D. — The relief shopping event hosted by the Life Packages for the Homeless non profit gave people the chance for an eventful weekend. People got the opportunity to shop until they dropped without having to spend a dime on items. “We’re not going to charge you for it. It’s 2020 things have come to a screeching halt for…

Altony’s in Moorhead forced to relocate

Restaurant owner needs help with funds to keep business afloat

MOORHEAD, Minn. A Moorhead Italian cafe is shutting its doors after nine years of service, but its owner is trying to keep that from happening. On September 28th the landlord of the Altony’s decided to forgo a new lease renewal leaving the future of the restaurant unknown. Ryan Alford who bought the restaurant less than three years ago is devastated…

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…

Fire Departments Across Minnesota Take Part In Homemade Mask Drive

The CDC recommends wearing cloth face masks in public settings while still maintaining physical distancing guidelines

MOORHEAD, Minn. – More than 700 fire departments across the state of Minnesota took part in an initiative that wants to supply workers and people living in congregated facilities with masks. “Governor Walz set an initiative about two weeks ago that today, the 25th, fire departments across the state of Minnesota will be collecting masks. Homemade masks, donated masks, whatever…

Churches United Asking For Donations At Food Pantries For Minnesota Food Share

Koesterman Says Any Kind Of Donation Either Monetary Or By Volunteering Your Time Helps The Community As A Whole

MOORHEAD, Minn. — When you think of what 10 dollars can mean for your average trip to the grocery store, you can only get so much. But for food pantries like Dorthy Day, that cash can really make a difference in keeping the shelves stocked. “We can stretch your dollar further through the Great Plains Food Bank and other different…

Sixth Graders Give Back Through Research Projects

Nearly 70 students work to raise awareness for a local nonprofit.

FARGO, N.D. — Sixth graders at Carl Ben Eielson Middle School are giving back to the community, one research project at a time. It’s the students’ second year participating in the Annual Project Based Learning event surrounding Giving Hearts Day. Nearly 70 students, split into 16 groups, work in teams to research and create a plan to raise awareness for…

“Feed Your Heart” Concert Kicks Off Giving Hearts Day Week-Long Celebration

Make donations at www.givingheartsday.org.

FARGO, N.D. — Last year alone, the Emergency Food Pantry in Fargo gave out over two million pounds worth of food to people who would’ve otherwise gone hungry. “The people I’ve been able to meet are families who, it’s that one thing that places them over the top. A car battery, a medical condition,” says the Emergency Food Pantry Executive…

The Salvation Army Holding Annual Coats for Kids Drive

The Salvation Army encourages donating lightly-used winter apparel items that may be too small or unused.

FARGO, N.D.–The Salvation Army is holding their annual fall drive to collect coats and warm winter apparel for families and individuals in the Fargo-Moorhead community. The Salvation Army encourages donating lightly-used winter apparel items that may be too small or unused. Last year, almost 1,600 coats were given out along with over 2,300 warm winter accessories. The Salvation Army says…