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Emergency Need for Baby Food

42 children being sheltered at the YWCA are in need of baby food and Goldmark Property Management is asking for your help

FARGO, ND — 42 children being sheltered at the YWCA are in need of baby food and Goldmark Property Management is asking for your help. The two organizations have partnered up to collect baby food right now until the 11th. The YWCA sent an emergency alert to the organizations they partner with asking for as many donations as they are…

Golden Drive Homeless Kids Helping Make the Seasons Bright for Area Families

"This is Christmas right here. There is nothing better than making a child happy"

WEST FARGO, ND — For struggling families, the holiday season can be tough, but one local organization is trying to help make the season look bright. “It’s hard to put into words. It’s a beautiful thing to see,” said Sue Baron, organizer of Golden Drive Homeless Kids. Just by the sparkle in their eyes, you can see the magic of…

Golden Drive Is Getting Ready To Bring Holiday Cheer to Children in Need

The group had their annual pick up at Culvers with KVRR, and alone culvers donated hundreds of items

FARGO, ND — Over the last few weeks KVRR and other local businesses have teamed up with Golden Drive Homeless Kids to bring some holiday spirit to kids in need. The group had their annual pick up at Culvers with KVRR. Culvers donated hundreds of items themselves. Franchise owner, Ashley Nelson, shops all year for the gifts and this year…

The Polls Are In! Who Won the Salvation Army Fundraising Challenge?

During the Red Kettle Campaign, the groups collectively raised nearly 34,000 dollars

FARGO, ND — Off duty law enforcement, realtors and off–duty firefighters have been competing to raise the most money for the Salvation Army and the polls are in! Over the last three days the groups rang bells for hundreds of hours and the realtors came in first place. During the Red Kettle Campaign, the groups collectively raised nearly 75,000 dollars….

Mental Health Worker is Back Home From Houston

Food was ready on hand for those affected but how Maryjane describes it is having enough for 1,000 people when 10,000 showed up

FERGUS FALLS, MN — It all started when Maryjane Westra’s Red Cross training saved her son’s life. “My son had a near drowning and it was my Red Cross training in CPR and lifesaving that kicked in and I ran out and did CPR on him and brought him back right away,” said Maryjane Westra, a Disaster Mental Health Worker…

People Climb Over the Edge to Help At-Risk Children

Over the Edge and Charism invited people to conquer the eight story challenge while raising funds and awareness for at risk children

FARGO, N.D. — Hundreds walked by the Black Building and gazed up at dozens of people rappelling down the side of the building. The exhilarating and heart pounding climb gave rappellers a once-in-a-lifetime experience while also supporting Charism. “People love downtown Fargo, people love Fargo and their like what a fun thing to bring here to really highlight this great…

Farm Rescue Adds Another State to Its Assistance List

Officials with Farm Rescue say they are offering free-haying and hay-hauling for Nebraska farmers who are facing a crisis

  HORACE, N.D. — A North Dakota-based non-profit that helps farmers and ranchers in need is expanding into their sixth state. Officials with Farm Rescue say they are offering free-haying and hay-hauling for Nebraska farmers who are facing a crisis. The organization, which was founded in 2006, has provided assistance to more than 400 farm families in the Dakotas, Minnesota,…

West Fargo Community High School Tackles Fundraising to Fight Cancer

Carnival set up to help raise funds to fight cancer and hunger

WEST FARGO, N.D. — The only thing better than spring weather in February is a carnival where all kids and families are invited. West Fargo Community High School students came together to raise money that will go much deeper than just helping fund the school. The Winter Carnival proves it truly takes a village to help those in need. From…