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Published May 12 2012

Contributions (May 12, 2012)

Catalyst, Gate City Bank donate to Lend A Hand

Lend A Hand has received $5,000 contributions from Catalyst Medical Center and Gate City Bank, both in Fargo.

The contributions were matched by Dakota Medical Foundation, Fargo, and all funds will be distributed through the Lend A Hand program to local families experiencing a medical crisis.

CCRI receives $13K Dakota Medical grant

Creative Care for Reaching Independence, Moorhead, has received a $13,000 grant from Dakota Medical Foundation, Fargo.

The funds will help further CCRI’s mission of enhancing and enriching the lives and learning of people with disabilities.

TNT Kid’s Fitness receives $79K donation

TNT Kid’s Fitness, Fargo, has received a $4,000 match grant and a $5,000 incentive grant for being a top fundraiser in Dakota Medical Foundation’s Giving Hearts Day.

The remaining funds were from individual and business donors to make up its total of $79,000.

Giving Hearts Day donations support children with special needs in TNT’s recreational gymnastics, fitness and after school programming.

Dental clinic receives $4,000 match grant

The Red River Valley Dental Access Project has received a $4,000 match grant from Dakota Medical Foundation, Fargo, from the Giving Hearts Day fundraiser.

The project raised $8,450 in donations. The funds will support the Urgent Care Walk-In Dental Clinic.

K & Krafts donates supplies to schools

K & Krafts at the Moorhead Center Mall has donated $500 worth of scrapbooking and art supplies to the Moorhead School District.

The donation will help support the growth and awareness of scrapbooking and paper arts in Moorhead.

Bluestem receives grant from Dakota Medical

Bluestem Center for the Arts, Moorhead, has received a $4,000 grant from Dakota Medical Foundation, Fargo.

The funds will help support Trollwood Performing Arts School’s Students at Risk program, a nationally recognized youth program developed to support at-risk youth by using the arts as a tool to help them build life skills.

Fitness clients raise money for charities

Clients at Maximum Performance and Fitness, Fargo, recently participated in a four-week charity challenge.

The money was distributed to the top three two-person teams’ charity based on fat loss percentage results.

Charities that received donations included: Support Our Veterans, $250; Big Brother Big Sister, $200; and Sanford Children’s Foundation, $200.