Giving

Attention Kids and Families: Santa is Back in Town!

Santa Village is celebrating the holiday season at the Fargo Park District's 31st annual event at Rheault Farm

FARGO, ND — The holidays are just around the corner and Santa is already in town! Santa Village is celebrating the holiday season at the Fargo Park District’s 31st annual event at Rheault Farm. Kids and families have the chance to meet Santa, decorate cookies with Mrs. Claus, enjoy holiday displays and get up close with the reindeer. The Fargo…

Potato Brothers Serving Up Fresh Tots for the United Way

The Potato Brothers gave a chunk of their profits to the Untied Way during lunchtime near The Depot's newest train mural

FARGO, ND — A food truck parked by The Depot in downtown Fargo spent the day helping people in need here in the valley. The Potato Brothers gave a chunk of their profits to the Untied Way during lunchtime near The Depot’s newest train mural. Park District officials sold raffle tickets to help the cause while also entering lunch goers…

Sharing a Pint with Your Best Furry Friend for a Good Cause

Dog owners and their pets were invited to Flatland Brewery to help support 4 Luv of Dog Rescue

WEST FARGO, ND — The community got to enjoy their favorite pint and pup at Flatland Brewery in West Fargo. Pup up Patio is a part of Flatland Brewery’s giving program, Community Pints. This afternoon, they invited everyone to bring their dogs to socialize while their owners shared a drink. Owners said it’s the perfect opportunity to support 4 Luv…

Gov. Burgum Trying to Make Good on Giving Back His Salary

The governor will retain his state-paid health insurance

  BISMARCK, N.D. — Gov. Burgum has made some progress on his campaign pledge to give back his salary. Senate budget writers have accepted an amendment by Burgum that would pay him only $1 a year. The full Senate still must approve the change. The governor will retain his state-paid health insurance. Burgum has said he would forgo his $130,000…

Giving Hearts Day Results: $10 Million+ Raised

More than 20 thousand donors took part, giving to 360 charities

RED RIVER VALLEY — Giving Hearts Day preliminary results are in and thanks to donors going matchy-matchy, the event raised over $10 million for statewide charities and non-profits, passing 2016’s amount of just over eight million. Officials say more than 20 thousand individual donors participated in giving to 360 charities, which is more than seven thousand donors than in 2016….