Sue Baron

Golden Drive, Lights Show Donate Over $2,000 to Youthworks

last year, they donated over $1,100

FARGO, N.D. — The Golden Drive makes its biggest donation yet from the Lights Show on Parkway Lane. The money will go toward helping runaway and homeless, at-risk youth in the metro. But none of it would’ve been possible without the partnership that formed between the two just a few years ago. As the founder of the Golden Drive, Sue Baron…

Golden Drive Homeless Kids Ramps Up Its Support for YouthWorks during Holidays

Sue Baron donated five truck loads worth of goods to help children

FARGO, N.D. — Last week, Sue Baron, the founder of Golden Drive Homeless Kids, collected several items that could make the holidays special for several kids across the metro. Flash forward seven days, and the donations inside her fleet of trucks (five trunkloads of goods) can finally help others in need. “I can’t stress the gratitude that we hold for this…

LIVE: Raising Awareness For Homeless Children With Golden Drive

6th Annual Community Event Set For September 29th

  Sue Baron, the ray of sunshine that she is, joins Adam to talk about Golden Drive’s 6th annual Community Event. Golden Drive Homeless Kids works to raise awareness about the homeless population in our community. Baron says too many people don’t even realize there is a homeless problem in the F/M area. This year’s Community Event features too many…

Golden Drive Homeless Kids Teams Up with Cass Clay Creamery for Birthday Celebrations

Throughout the month of September, donations were collected to fill these favors

FARGO, ND — The Golden Drive has partnered up with Cass Clay Creamery to give children experiencing homelessness an opportunity to celebrate their birthdays! Throughout the month of September, donations were collected to fill these favors. Everything to help celebrate a birthday from frosting to cake mix to decorations were donated. Employees at Cass Clay Creamery are volunteering their time…

Golden Drive Celebrates Five Years of Helping Homeless Kids

The event brought in hundreds of families to spread awareness and raise money

WEST FARGO, ND — It’s a five year milestone for a woman dedicated to ending child homelessness in the Valley. The Golden Drive Homeless Kid’s annual community event brought hundreds of families together to spread awareness. Sue Baron, founder of the organization, brought out the cavalry. “We got Star Wars this year, we got Chuck E Cheese, Batman and Superman,” she…