You donated. We doubled.
The Saint Joseph’s Community Health Foundation presented it’s first TWICE BLESSED program at the end of 2017. When you donated to one or more of the participating charities between November 15 and December 31, 2017, donations were doubled up to $5,000.00 per organization. Gifts to the Minot Area Homeless Coalition and the YWCA were each doubled up to $20,000.00.
$287,183.99 was distributed through Twice Blessed in the first year.
We are already planning for next years event and invite you to stay tuned for more details.
Benedictine Living Center for Garrison
The Benedictine Health System is a Catholic, faith-based organization entrusted with advancing the life-enhancing senior care ministry of the Benedictine sisters of Duluth, Minnesota. We witness to God’s love by creating compassionate communities providing support to those we serve to live fully and live well with special concern for the underserved and those in need
Bottineau Area Christian Ministerial Assoc.
Bottineau Area Ministerial Association – To demonstrate compassion and care for individuals and families in need by providing assistance with basic needs such as medical care, housing, and food.
Burlington Recreation Commission
Provide safe, fun and family orientated spaces for children of all ages.
CHI St. Alexius Health – Garrison
The Mission of Catholic Health Initiatives is to nurture the healing ministry of the Church, supported by education and research. Fidelity to the Gospel urges us to emphasize human dignity and social justice as we create healthier communities.
Christ Lutheran Church – Mental Health Program
Provide a public education program to help the community better understand mental illnesses, support timely interventions, and save lives.
Companions for Children
Companions for Children provides youth with a one to one relationship to increase their opportunities in life.
Dakota Hope Clinic
Dakota Hope Clinic provides specially trained healthcare professionals, free medical testing, counseling and education related to sexual health, pregnancy, and parenting in our region.
Domestic Violence Crisis Center
Our vision is for everyone in our community to experience only healthy relationships. Until that vision is achieved for everyone, we provide safe space for hope, healing, and planning for all survivors who have experienced violence in their home-life. When someone is experiencing crisis and in need of a safe space, Domestic Violence Crisis Center is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. This space is provided at no cost to the survivor, thanks to grants, donations, and community support.
Garrison-Max Ambulance District
Garrison-Max Ambulance District donations will improve the safety standards of patients and crew members with a power cot load system.
Heart of America Medical Center – Rugby
Heart of America Medical Center provides chemotherapy close to home in a rural setting.
Kenmare Fire Department
The Kenmare fire department provides emergency services for the city of Kenmare, 14 surrounding townships, MAFB area minute man missile launch control facilities and sites, and the Des Lacs National Wildlife Refuge.
Lutheran Social Services –
Seniors Companions – Minot
“Sharing Friendship at Home” -Senior Companions provide meaningful service opportunities to individuals who are 55+ year of age by enhancing their Clients’ satisfaction with life and ability to live as independently as possible.
Minot Area Men’s Winter Refuge -Minot
The Minot Area Men’s Winter Refuge is a 501c3 non-profit men’s homeless shelter located in southeast Minot. With one paid employee and a wonderful army of volunteers, the Men’s Winter Refuge provides shelter, food, clothing, basic nursing care, shower and laundry facilities, and transportation for up to 15 men per night.
Minot Area Homeless Coalition
The Minot Area Homeless Coalition, Inc. is a group of individuals who have come together to advocate, coordinate, and optimize services for homeless persons in the greater Minot area (Bottineau, Burke, McHenry, Mountrail Pierce, Renville, and Ward Counties)
Minot Public School Foundation
The mission of the Minot Public School Foundation is to preserve, promote, and enhance the quality of education of the Minot Public School District.
Northern Plains Children’s Advocacy Center
The mission of the NPCAC is to protect children by providing on-site agency collaboration utilizing a multi-disciplinary team approach in the prevention, investigation, assessment, prosecution, and treatment of child abuse.
Parkinson’s Support Group
Provide a support group and education to enhance the quality of life for those with Parkinson’s disease, their families and friends.
The mission of the 2nd Story is to enhance the quality of life for adults with developmental disabilities through social, educational and recreational activities.
Souris Valley United Way
1 in 5 local students are at risk of going hungry over the weekends. Backpack Buddies provides weekend backpacks of food for 5 local elementary schools for children at risk of going hungry.
St. Andrew’s Health Center
St. Andrew’s Health Center, in union with the Sisters of Mary of the Presentation, works for the glory of God by bringing the Word and Healing of Jesus Christ to all, with a special concern for the poor and elderly.
St. Ann’s Summer Camp – Belcourt
Serving the Youth of the Turtle Mountains since 1999, St. Ann’s Summer Camps provide a safe environment where youth can develop a relationship with God and make new friends all while having a blast. Through a variety of activities; we help youth to develop new skills.
St. John Paul II Conference, St Vincent DePaul
“The Society of St. Vincent de Paul provides tangible assistance to those with physical, material or spiritual needs on a person-to-person basis.”
The YWCA Minot is dedicated to eliminating racism, empowering women and promoting peace, justice, freedom and dignity for all. For more than 100 years the YWCA Minot has been a voice for women, a force for change, and a place for hope in Minot, North Dakota