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SJCHF Urgent Update
SJCHF Urgent Update
To our supporters, nonprofits, and donors. We received a concerning phone call this morning at the foundation office. The caller ID on this phone call read “St. Joseph’s Community Health Foundation.” along with the SJCHF office phone number and office email listed. This was a spoof call and happens when someone uses the internet to clone a number and make calls. The only phone calls you will receive from our office are from Shelly Weppler (myself) or Victoria Conner, our administrative assistant. When in doubt, please take precautions and call us back at our office phone at 701-837-1726.
SJCHF AWARDS SCHOLARSHIPS GIVES $16,900 TO MSU STUDENTS
SJCHF AWARDS SCHOLARSHIPS GIVES $16,900 TO MSU STUDENTS
St. Joseph’s Community Health Foundation (SJCHF) is pleased to announce the 2022 recipients  of nine scholarships totaling $16,900.  Each year SJCHF awards scholarships to Minot State University (MSU) students in the fields of Nursing, Communication Disorders and Social Work.  Students are selected by the MSU faculty in each of the areas of study based on academic achievement and other determining factors. “SJCHF awards scholarships to recognize students choosing to have a career in the fields of nursing, communication disorders and social work,” said Shelly Weppler, SJCHF President. “It has been a pleasure to meet the students and see how much…
St. Joseph’s Community Health Foundation Is Currently Accepting Grant Applications for 2022-2023 Grant Cycle  
St. Joseph’s Community Health Foundation Is Currently Accepting Grant Applications for 2022-2023 Grant Cycle  
  St. Joseph’s Community Health Foundation Is Currently Accepting Grant Applications for 2022-2023 Grant Cycle   The deadline is Monday, August 15, 2022. “The amount distributed has increased significantly with the Twice Blessed Grant Program participation.  Last year more than $1.5 million was distributed to applicant organizations.” Shelly Weppler, Foundation President. Applicants can apply online using the Foundation’s grant application portal located on the Foundation’s website at sjchfnd.com on the grants page and must be a designated 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization or a government agency.  Groups without nonprofit or government status may work with a fiscal sponsor. Applicants needing assistance can…
SJCHF Announces New Addition to Team
SJCHF Announces New Addition to Team
St. Joseph’s Community Health Foundation is proud to present our newest team member, Victoria Conner as our Executive Administrative Assistant – Operations Specialist. Victoria is originally from Washington, DC where she studied art and education at Catholic University. During her undergraduate studies, she student taught for two years at Head Start in Anacostia Southeast DC and obtained her Bachelor of Arts degree in graphic design with a concentration in photography. Her work experiences include work as a freelance photographer and marketing consultant in the Rehoboth Beach/Washington DC Area and most recently was employed with the Domestic Violence Crisis Center in…
St. Joseph’s Community Health Foundation’s Twice Blessed Results Reach $1,654,887.63
St. Joseph’s Community Health Foundation’s Twice Blessed Results Reach $1,654,887.63
St. Joseph’s Community Health Foundation shared results and distributed checks from the 5th Annual Twice Blessed Program. The Twice Blessed program is a matching gift program to double contributions given between November 15 – December 31 to pre-determined grant approved organizations. Checks totaling $1,385,569.29 were distributed for projects that impact the mental, physical, spiritual and/or emotional well-being of people in the counties of Bottineau, Burke, McHenry, McLean, Mountrail, Pierce, Renville, Rolette, Sheridan, Ward and Wells. Another $269,318.34 was donated to a variety of Agency Endowments within the Foundation with 5 new endowments created by donors for the following organizations: Minot…
St. Joseph’s Community Health Foundation Announces 2021 “Twice Blessed” Program
St. Joseph’s Community Health Foundation Announces 2021 “Twice Blessed” Program
Minot, N.D. – St. Joseph’s Community Health Foundation announced its 2021 “Twice Blessed” program, a matching grant program that will double contributions made, up to a combined maximum match total of $455,000, made to 81 area agencies and non-profit organizations between Nov. 15 and Dec. 31, 2021. “The Twice Blessed program provides an opportunity for charitable giving in north-central North Dakota,” said Shelly C. Weppler, SJCHF president. “Donors interested in improving the health and well-being of area residents can go to one website – twiceblessednd.com – to learn about the mission and goals of each of the organizations participating in…