GOLDEN DRIVE HOMELESS KIDS

Cass-Clay Creamery to match $10,000 in donations for Golden Drive Homeless Kids

FARGO, N.D. (KVRR) — A local organization dedicated to helping homeless kids in the area is getting a big boost. Cass-Clay Creamery is matching funds donated to Golden Drive Homeless Kids by up to $10,000. The money is provided by the Kemps Foundation. Golden Drive is currently accepting donations for both its sock and Christmas drives. Founder Sue Baron says…

Golden Drive Homeless Kids delivers birthday bags to local children

FARGO, N.D. (KVRR) – The West Fargo Fire station is filled with bags of goodies. The community came together and made more than one hundred birthday bags for homeless children in need of hope and inspiration. Sue Baron with Golden Drive Homeless Kids partnered with law enforcement, first responders and businesses like Dairy Queen and Cass Clay. The bags have…

Golden Drive collects hygiene kits for homeless children

"It's kind of an unseen need when you think about it, it is a huge one.

WEST FARGO, N.D. (KVRR) Golden Drive Homeless kids organization is helping provide fresh underwear and hygiene kits to people experiencing homelessness. In just two days of selling hot dogs and brats the Golden Drive is thanking people in the community for showing up to support the cause last weekend. With all that was collected local shelters throughout the metro will…

Fundraiser Brings Awareness of Homeless Youth

"We like to be a part of the community as much as possible, right now during this time of uncertainty anyone could become homeless at any time..."

  WEST FARGO, N.D.– A West Fargo business is helping feed more people in the community by collecting non perishable food items. The Zone Nutrition is partnering with the Golden Drive Homeless kids drive to bring awareness of the homeless youth within the community. The health food restaurant is also giving people the opportunity to purchase a delicious beverage in…

Santa helps Golden Drive Homeless Kids accept donations at West Fargo Fire Dept.

The organization's mission is to raise awareness of the homeless crisis that the children in our community are experiencing

WEST FARGO, N.D. (KVRR) — Santa and his helpers take over the West Fargo Fire Department as they accept donations to help homeless kids in the community. The fundraising event hosted by Sue Baron, founder of Golden Drive Homeless Kids, is a way for community members to give back. People drove by from 2 to 5 p.m. to drop off…

Golden Drive Homeless Kids’ gift drive helps brings cheer to community

local non-profit partners with shelters and business to raise awareness for homeless youth

FARGO, N.D. — The Golden Drive Homeless Kids Christmas Gift Event is helping bring Christmas cheer to children of all ages living in local homeless shelters. “We’re 100 percent non-profit. Our mission is awareness, to raise awareness. that’s our core mission. Everything that is donated from day one everything goes right back into this community to our homeless children.” Golden…

Golden Drive Homeless Kids delivers birthday bags

Over 120 bags filled with birthday goods will be delivered to West Fargo schools, Fraser Daycare, Churches United and Youthworks.

WEST FARGO, N.D. — Golden Drive Homeless Kids is bringing birthday essentials to children in need. The organization will be delivering birthday bags to West Fargo schools, Fraser Daycare, Churches United and Youthworks. Each gift bag includes cake mix, frosting, party favors and ice cream and custard coupons. Cass Clay Creamery and Preference Employment Solutions donated goods and put the…

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Golden Drive Homeless Kids Delivers Donated Food To Local Youth Groups

The items were delivered to Youthworks and Fraser.

FARGO, N.D. – The organization was able to fill a trailer with more than 3,500 pounds of food and other items in just under six days. Organizer Sue Baron says this would not have been possible without the help of local companies like Gate City Bank and Advanced Auto. “The impact that this is going to make in just a…

Golden Drive Homeless Kids Collects Items For Families In Need

Sue Baron says there are now more than ever families that in need due to COVID-19.

FARGO, N.D.- Since the COVID – 19 hit our area, Golden Drive Homeless Kids has been trying to collect non-perishable items, hygiene and clothing to help kids and families in need. “The first thought was the kids. And then when they closed the schools. When the schools had to be closed down, I knew how devastating that is for such…