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Golden Drive Partnering With Menards For Food Drive

Donation Box & Items List Set Up At Moorhead Menards During March

  The woman behind one of the most prominent charitable forces in the Metro says need is growing during the pandemic, but there’s a way you can help this month. Golden Drive is partnering with the Moorhead Menards location for a food drive. There is a box set up at the store, along with a flyer showing the most-needed food…

LIVE: Golden Drive Collects School Supplies For Unprecedented School Year

Collecting Supplies For Learning And To Keep Kids Safe During COVID-19

  During an unprecedented school year, the push to collect school supplies for kids also focuses of keeping kids safe in the classroom. Golden Drive is collecting school supplies at Culver’s today from 11-2 for kids experiencing homelessness. Plus 20% of all sales go towards school supplies. The group is on the lookout for traditional school supplies like backpacks, pencils,…

LIVE: Golden Drive Strives To Meet Growing Need From People In Need

You Can Help Support Group's Community Relief Event

  The demand at shelters and food pantries is rising due to COVID-19. Even during a pandemic, you can still help. Golden Drive is collecting food, hygiene items and baby items for its Community Relief Event starting June 30th through July 16th. You can drop off items from a safe social distance at the West Fargo Fire Department from eight…

Golden Drive Community Event Cancelled this Summer

FARGO, ND — The Golden Drive Community Event is cancelled. Organizer Sue Baron made the announcement Friday morning on the Golden Drive Facebook page. The Golden Drive’s 8th Annual Community event was scheduled for July 18, 2020 from 11:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. at Bonanzaville. Here is her statement: With a heavy heart, we are sorry to announce the cancellation…

Golden Drive Teams Up With J2K To Help Homeless Kids In The Community

They want to help kids in need in the community.

WEST F ARGO, N.D.- J2K is a monthly craft and vendor fair that sells everything handmade. They encouraged the community to bring clothing, food items, and hygiene products that will be donated to schools around West Fargo and other areas. The proceeds made from the “Light Show on Parkway Lane” event will also be going to schools in the area….

Golden Drive Gives Back To People In Need

Kids and families are given a goodie bag filled with basic necessities, winter clothing and toys.

FARGO, N.D.- For Sue Baron, it all started with a crayon. “I picked up the crayon, the coloring crayon at a job I was at. I picked that up in 2012, I was simply going to buy coloring books and drop them off at a shelter, but as you can see that has changed, that has changed,” says Sue Baron,…

LIVE: Help Raise Awareness For Child Homelessness With Golden Drive

7th Annual Community Event Coming Up September 7th

  The tireless Sue Baron joins us to talk about Golden Drive’s 7th Annual Community Event & Bike Run. The event is Saturday, September 7th at Bonanzaville in West Fargo. You can get free admission with the donation of hygiene items or non-perishable food. Baron talks about the seemingly endless list of things to do at the event. Find out…

Golden Drive Homeless Kids Raises Awareness With BBQ

They're having their 6th annual Community Event and Bike run next month

FARGO, N.D. —¬†Golden Drive Homeless Kids has a big event coming up, and they want to make sure you know about it so you can help the homeless while still having fun. The organization held a barbeque today to raise awareness for kids without homes. They’re having their big community event next month, which will have everything from Star Wars…

Metroflex Gym Teams Up with Golden Drive’s Christmas Gift Event

The Owner says he now has five kids of his own and he always wants to help out the area's homeless kids anyway he can

FARGO, ND — A local gym is giving back to children in need for the holidays. Metroflex Gym Fargo is collecting any unopened toys to give to the Golden Drive for Homeless Kids’ Christmas Gift Event. The owner, John Ostos, says he wanted to get involved for the third year in a row because he grew up in a poverty-stricken…