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Community Fundraisers are conducted by friends and families of a person(s) with a disability for which NDAD acts as custodian of the funds raised. These funds can be used to help the person with urgent needs and expenses. The funds may also be used beyond the scope of NDAD’s guidelines, such as helping with doctor, clinic or hospital bills and paying pre-existing bills.

There are many people with disabilities, in communities across the state, in need of financial assistance. 100% of your donation will be used for the person’s needs. Even the smallest donations still have an impact. Any funds donated to NDAD will qualify for a charitable donation and be deductible for donors who itemize.
Below are the current community fundraisers going on throughout North Dakota. Click on a name below to donate and help others to help themselves.

ADAM DAHL
Give OnlineAdam J. Dahl was out celebrating UND hockey in downtown Grand Forks during the early morning hours of March 29, 2015, when his celebration abruptly halted.

The 34-year-old Grand Forks man suddenly found himself blind-sided and knocked down. He remembers nothing after that, and says he doesn’t know why it happened or who did it to him.

At Altru Hospital, Adam learned later that he sustained severe trauma to his head. He had a busted right eye socket, broken nose and broken jaw. He had a brain bleed, fractured skull, nasal fracture and fracture of his upper lip. His cheekbone was rotated and depressed, with fractures and depression around one eye that was slightly drooping.

Adam may have possible nerve damage.

More than a week later, after time allowed the swelling to subside, a team of surgeons at Hennepin County Medical Center in Minneapolis on April 7 took 12 hours, preceded by three hours of preparations, to repair all the fractures Adam had sustained. That was five hours longer than had been planned. The extra time was needed because Adam had such significant facial trauma; for one, his fractured skull was noticeably depressed into his brain space.

Neurosurgeons and ENT specialists performed reconstructive surgery and finished very positive about how the surgery went.

Adam most definitely was happy that the surgery was over.

The day after surgery, the first thing Adam asked his doctor was if he could put in his left contact lens and watch UND hockey on TV.

Adam is a wonderful young man,” wrote Cindy Dahl, his aunt. “He has always been hard working, helpful and giving. He is a homeowner and self-employed. Adam has a lot of friends and a very hard-working and loving family. . . . Adam has a good attitude. His mind is sharp and his personality and disposition are intact.”

He is resting and recovering, but he will not be able to work for some time, his aunt says.

Cindy Dahl says her nephew’s friends have been supporting and reaching out to him in many ways, including many friends from his former employment at UND and throughout area racing circuits, including at River Cities Speedway.

Adam was educated mostly in Manvel, N.D., and graduated from high school in Fisher, Minn., near where his parents, Al and Cheri, had moved.

An NDAD-sponsored benefit to help Adam Dahl will be held Friday, June 26, at the East Grand Forks (Minn.) American Legion. Details still are being settled, but plans so far call for a spaghetti supper, silent auction, 50-50 raffle and music by Kenny and The Classics that evening. Proceeds will go to help Adam with medical and general expenses.

In the meantime, you can help Adam immediately by donating online, using the “Give Online” button accompanying this article and your credit card or PayPal account.

Or, you may mail a donation to NDAD at the address provided below.
Mail Donations For ADAM DAHL To:
NDAD
c/o Adam Dahl Fundraiser
2660 S. Columbia Road
Grand Forks, ND 58201

Please make your check payable to NDAD and be sure to write “Adam Dahl” on your check’s memo line.



Keep track of updates about the fundraising effort for Adam by liking NDAD's Facebook page.

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DAVID KNAPP
Give OnlineNOTE: The benefit for David Knapp has been held, but the fund for donations to assist David remains open. Click the "Give Online" button to provide a donation with your credit card or PayPal, or mail a donation to the address provided below. Thank you.

A benefit will be held on Tuesday, May 26, from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. in the basement of St. Mary’s Church, 216 Belmont Road, in Grand Forks to help David Knapp, 65, a longtime community resident and St. Mary’s parish and choir member.

David awaits a kidney transplant – he is in stage 5 renal (kidney) failure -- and he is in serious need of assistance. His failing kidney was diagnosed in 2013.

Although David has been employed at Opp Construction for about 30 years, he more recently has been unable to work at his full capacity because of his illness.

David and his wife of 42 years, Cabrini Marie, are parents to six adult children and grandparents to six more. Strong believers in holistic medicine and vitamin supplements, David and Cabrini sell those supplements on a limited basis.

David was raised in Grand Forks. A graduate of Central High School, he has bachelor’s and master’s degrees in physics from the University of North Dakota.

Besides participation in St. Mary’s choir, David enjoys gardening and camping when his health allows.

The May 26 benefit includes a spaghetti dinner from 5 to 7, and a silent auction and bake sale from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m.

All proceeds from this NDAD-sponsored fundraiser will assist David with medical bills, lodging and other transportation costs for out-of-town medical appointments, and other general necessities while he awaits a transplant.

Monetary donations written to NDAD and many in-kind donations may be tax deductible for those who itemize on their taxes.

To make donations for a benefit silent auction, please contact either Virginia Esslinger, (701) 775-8208, vesslinger@gra.midco.net; or Aida Wakefield, (701) 746-7708, wakehear@msn.com.

Monetary donations can be made by mail or online. Click the “Give Online” button that accompanies this article and photo and use a credit card or PayPal to make your donation.

Or, please use the mailing address below to mail a donation. Thank you.
Mail Donations For DAVID KNAPP To:
NDAD
c/o David Knapp Fundraiser
2660 S. Columbia Road
Grand Forks, ND 58201

Please make your check payable to NDAD and be sure to write "David Knapp" on the check''s memo line. Thank you.

Keep track of updates about the fundraising effort for David by liking NDAD's Facebook page.

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HANNAH TWEDT
Give OnlineNOTE: The November 2014 benefit held for Hannah Twedt was successful, and she underwent her subsequent fall surgery. Hannah continues to deal with health issues, such as a recent stroke. The NDAD fund account to help Hannah remains open. The story below was written in advance of the fall 2014 benefit for Hannah.

"I am a miracle," Hannah Twedt has said.

She is a wonder, for sure.

Hannah, who turns 17 on Nov. 2, is the daughter of Sue and Bob Twedt of Grand Forks. She's a Red River High student who regularly gets "A" grades. She does volunteer work, helping at Circle of Friends Humane Society and with the daycare at her church. She rides horses and also a recumbent bicycle.

Not bad for a teen who was diagnosed with autism while in kindergarden and who has faced numerous physical challenges since birth. She has scoliosis. Hannah's had multiple surgeries in her life, most notably a life-saving major head and face reconstruction about two years ago. That dealt with the front half of her head.

Now she faces a new round of critical surgery in December, called a posterior calvarium remodel and expansion.

In short, Hannah needs more of her head rebuilt. It's a task that is fraught with very serious and dangerous risks for her, according to her mom, Sue Twedt. But the alternative is more grim, still. If it doesn't work, she will die, Hannah's mom said.

Hannah was born with a rare, progressive condition -- Saethre-Chotzens syndrome -- that was diagnosed when she was 9 years old, but her family or medical team didn't know just how serious her condition had become until a few years ago, when she was 14, and only then because of a chance view of Hannah's scoliosis x-rays at Shriners Children's Hospital in the Twin Cities by a visiting neurosurgeon. Dr. Patrick Graupman saw large pitting holes in the base of Hannah's skull -- leading to the Saethre-Chotzens diagnosis. It was determined that Hannah's growing brain had caused those pits in her skull, plus her increasing headaches and vision problems. She was going blind, experiencing more neurological damage -- and she faced death if something wasn't done soon.

Saethre-Chotzens usually is diagnosed in infancy and treated with cranial, mid-face and eye muscle surgeries in early childhood -- long before it can create the complications and challenges that Hannah now faces.

Hannah was born virtually without cranial sutures and skull bones. When her skull finally developed, Sue Twedt explains, it occured as a single fused shell, rather than eight separate plates. To reconstruct her head, Hannah's medical team needed to use artificial bone material.

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The Nov. 18 benefit includes a freewill offering spaghetti dinner, plus a silent auction and sale of fresh baked goods. All proceeds will go to help the Twedts with medical and general expenses.

NDAD is a sponsor through its free Community Fundraisers Program and also is serving as custodian for the Hannah Twedt fund and providing some other publicity and marketing support.

Thrivent Financial also is a fundraiser participant through a matching grant. The benefit is being organized by Greenberg Realty, where Hannah's dad works.

You can donate online to help Hannah, using the "Give Online" digital button next to this article and your credit card or PayPal. Or, you can mail a donation to the address listed below.
Mail Donations For HANNAH TWEDT To:
NDAD
c/o Hannah Twedt Fundraiser
2660 S. Columbia Road
Grand Forks, ND 58201

Please make checks payable to NDAD and be sure to write "Hannah Twedt" on your check's memo line. Thank you.

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Visit and like NDAD's Facebook page to stay up-to-date with upcoming information about NDAD-sponsored fundraising efforts and other endeavors to help people with disabilities and health challenges.

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STEVE HUNT
Give OnlineNOTE: The benefit for Steve Hunt was held May 2, 2014, but NDAD's fund to assist Steve remains open for donations. This article was written prior to the benefit.

In 27 years of law enforcement work, Steve Hunt has never encountered a threat like the one he’s facing now.

Currently the sheriff, coroner and emergency manager for Traill County, N.D., Steve was diagnosed in September 2014 with a genetic liver disease that’s been complicated by hepatocellular carcinoma, a cancer arising from his liver cells.

Steve is on a liver transplant waiting list with the United Network for Organ Sharing (UNOS). Since his diagnosis, he and his family travel to Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minn., every six to eight weeks for tests and treatments, including chemotherapy embolization treatments in an attempt to shrink his tumors. Each stay lasts at least a week.

He’s hardly alone in his battle to regain good health. His wife, Shannon – they’ll have been married 25 years come June – has been with him throughout, and their two daughters, Nicole and Kaylee, are a constant source of support.

The family has lived in Shannon’s hometown of Reynolds, N.D., since the spring of 1992. Steve has worked with Traill County since 2000.
Their friends and others in the community have joined the Hunts in their battle, and so has NDAD through its free-of-charge Community Fundraisers Program.

A special benefit is set for Sat., May 2, at the Reynolds Knights of Columbus Hall to raise money on the Hunts’ behalf. All proceeds from the event will go to help the Hunt family with medical and general expenses.

The May 2 benefit includes a meatball dinner from 4 to 8 p.m. and a live auction that starts at 6 p.m.

There are other ways you can help, whether or not you attend the benefit.

Here on NDAD.org’s Community Fundraisers page, you can click the “Give Online” button with this article about Steve Hunt and, using a credit card or PayPal, make a donation to help him.

Or, you can send a check to help the Hunts at: NDAD, c/o Steve Hunt Fundraiser, 2660 S. Columbia Road, Grand Forks, ND 58201. Please be sure to make your check out to NDAD and be sure to write “Steve Hunt” on your check’s memo line.

Follow the progress of this fundraiser and others for people in need facing health and disability challenges by liking NDAD’s Facebook page.

Learn more about NDAD’s Community Fundraisers Program by calling (800) 532-NDAD or stopping by at one of NDAD’s four North Dakota offices, in Grand Forks, Minot, Fargo and Williston. The addresses and phone numbers are on the home page of NDAD.org.
Mail Donations For STEVE HUNT To:
NDAD
c/o Steve Hunt Fundraiser
2660 S. Columbia Road
Grand Forks, ND 58201

Please make your check payable to NDAD and be sure to write "Steve Hunt" on the check''s memo line. Thank you.

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TAVIA KUNTZ
Give OnlineTavia Kuntz was diagnosed with thyroid cancer and underwent surgery to remove her entire thyroid in July 2014.

She receives her treatment at the Mayo Clinic complex in Rochester, Minn., requiring multiple long-distance trips for care there.

Tavia will undergo radioactive iodine therapy soon, which prevents her from being around her children for 21 days.

You may make a donation to help Tavia and her family at the address below.

Or, you may make a donation online to help Tavia by clicking the "Give Online" button with this article. Use your credit card or PayPal to make a donation.

Thank you.
Mail Donations For TAVIA KUNTZ To:
American Bank Center
140 First Ave. W.
Dickinson ND 58601

Please go to NDAD's Facebook page and "like" NDAD to stay up-to-date with upcoming information about fundraisers and endeavors by charitable nonprofit NDAD.


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BRAD SANNER
Give OnlineThe Brad Sanner benefit was held Jan. 15, 2015, but you still may make donations online or by mail. See this article, written in January, for details.

NDAD's article about Brad Sanner is HERE.

Longtime Grand Forks resident Brad Sanner, a married father of six, has been battling metastatic melanoma since July – but his health challenges began long before this year.

More than a decade ago, Brad had a cancerous mole removed from the same leg where cancer has re-emerged. Brad also needs dialysis for a transplanted kidney that failed in early 2012 -- about 10 years after he received the transplant that itself came five years after he was diagnosed with end stage renal disease. Four years into dialysis, he also developed profound congestive heart failure and an irregular heartbeat. So far, he's avoided a new round of heart problems.

The challenge Brad faces: To be eligible for another kidney transplant, he needs to be cancer free for at least three years.

In August and September at the Mayo Clinic complex in Rochester, Minn., Brad had three needle biopsies and two surgeries to remove the large cancerous mass on his leg and also cancerous lymph nodes in the area of his hip.

He’s spent the month of November at Mayo Clinic to receive a complex combination of radiation treatments and dialysis.

For the next three years, Brad needs monthly injections of a medication on a 14-days-on, 14-days-off schedule, with PET scans and follow-up appointments for blood work at Mayo Clinic every three months.

As Brad continues to deal with serious health issues, his treatment and follow-up care mean that he and his family also face serious financial challenges.

“Brad does not know how his treatments will affect his health, if he will be able to work at all, and how much of his treatment will be covered by insurance and Medicare,” wrote his wife, Amy. “The trips to Rochester are costly, and we want to be able to keep life as normal as possible for our family.”

Attend the old-fashioned variety show and silent auction benefit on Thursday, Jan. 15, from 6:30 to 9 p.m. at downtown Grand Forks’ Empire Arts Center. Charitable nonprofit NDAD is a sponsor of the event through its free-of-charge Community Fundraisers Program. Tickets are $20 for adults, $10 for children 12 and younger in advance or at the door. Purchase a ticket for the event by contacting deb.johnson@gfschools.org, (701) 741-3322.

To make a silent auction donation, contact kim.novak@gfschools.org, (701) 739-5753.

Meanwhile, a fund has been established, with NDAD as fund custodian, for the Brad Sanner fundraising efforts, and you may make donations today to help the Sanners right away:

• Donate online on this page, using a credit card or PayPal account and the “Give Online” button that accompanies this article.

• Mail a donation to NDAD, c/o Brad Sanner Fundraiser, 2660 S. Columbia Road, Grand Forks, ND 58201. Please make your check payable to NDAD and be sure to write “Brad Sanner” on your check’s memo line.

All proceeds will be used to help the Sanners with medical and general expenses.

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MORE ABOUT BRAD

Brad was born in Bloomington, Minn., and was a high school football, hockey and track athlete at Kennedy High School. He moved to Grand Forks in August 1982 to attend the University of North Dakota. His high school sweetheart, Amy, joined him in Grand Forks. Now, they have been married 28 years.

Brad is a former Grand Forks Public Schools paraprofessional who coached hockey and served as a hockey referee in Grand Forks for more than 25 years.

He was 35 years old with five children at home when he was diagnosed with end stage renal disease. His kidneys failed and he began dialysis. Brad then was unable to work in a computer science position. He began education courses at UND when not in dialysis. Four years later, more medication and long dialysis needed to keep his now-problematic heart functioning at the 20 percent level.

Soon, a family friend donated one of her kidneys, and Brad's kidney transplant operation took place at the Mayo Clinic in April 2002.

About a year after his transplant, Brad discovered a mole on his right leg. A biopsy revealed a melanoma, a development that occurs sometimes with people on post-transplant immunosuppressant therapy. The mole was removed, his medications changed and non further cancer was detected.

But Brad's transplanted kidney didn't function as effectively after the medication change. It failed in January 2012.

During that time off dialysis, Brad had worked primarily in special education in the Grand Forks School System, and he sometimes even served as a substitute in Amy Sanner's early childhood special education class.

The Sanners were trained through Sanford Health in home hemo dialysis, so when he returned to a daily dialysis schedule, he had more flexibility than before. He could attend more of his children's activities and also work part time, and he also has avoided the heart complications that threatened him during his earlier round of dialysis.

Brad discovered a lump on his right thigh early this year -- the same leg that earlier had the cancerous mole. In late April, a surgeon drained what was thought to be a cyst. When the incision failed to heal, Brad returned to a second surgeon, who ordered a biopsy, and he was diagnosed with metastatic melanoma on July 15. The skin cancer had spread to soft tissue in his leg. That's when he was referred to Mayo Clinic, where the Sanner family "felt most secure," they said, with a medical team that includes specialists in dermatology, radiology, oncology and nephrology.

During the current schedule of meds, scans and blood work appointments, Amy wrote, "We would love for Brad to have the opportunity to receive a kidney in the future.

"It's difficult to ask for help with this, and we so appreciate the kindness and generosity of our community. We are lucky people to have made Grand Forks our home!"

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Mail Donations For BRAD SANNER To:
NDAD
c/o Brad Sanner Fundraiser
2660 S. Columbia Road
Grand Forks, ND 58201

Please make checks payable to NDAD and be sure to write "Brad Sanner" on your check''s memo line. Thank you.

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Please go to NDAD's Facebook page and "like" NDAD to stay up-to-date with upcoming information about Brad Sanner fundraising efforts and about other fundraisers and endeavors by charitable nonprofit NDAD.

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CHRIS LARSON
Give OnlineNOTE: The benefits for Chris Larson have been held, but the fund for Chris continues to be open to donations. The article below was written in advance of the fundraiser.

Chris Larson’s 35th birthday was in December 2014, but he’s hardly taking it for granted.

A married Grand Forks man with two children, ages 10 and 5, Chris has spent several years battling health ailments, plus some steep medical bills that have accumulated with those health issues.

He needs back surgery, and he also has two hernias that require repair. He’s also dealt with cancer, specifically nonseminoma embryonal testicular carcinoma. First diagnosed in 2012, Chris needed surgery at the Mayo Clinic complex in Rochester, Minn., to remove that cancer, plus 37 lymph nodes from his abdomen. He goes to Altru in Grand Forks every six months for CT scans.

Chris works at UND’s Energy and Environmental Research Center as a technology development operator. He sets up, maintains and repairs bench and pilot scale equipment in support of EERC projects.

A fundraising event was held for the Chris Larson family at Pizza Ranch in Grand Forks Jan. 15. Pizza Ranch, through its community fundraising program, is donating 20 percent of all dine-in, take-out or delivery sales and 100 percent of all tips only by customers who presented a special invitation at the time of sale. The special invitations were available for download within this article and on NDAD’s Facebook page (http://www.facebook.com/ndad.nd).

Friends, family and co-workers also have the Larsons with other fundraising events, beginning with a taco-in-a-bag benefit on Chris’ behalf in EERC’s Discovery Hall that was held Oct. 23.

Additional benefits to help Chris; his wife, Tiffany; daughter, Emma; and son, Keaton, included another taco-in-a-bag lunch, this one at Grand Forks Calvary Lutheran Church on Nov. 16; and a large benefit featuring a free-will offering supper, bake sale and silent auction, planned for Saturday, Feb. 21, 2015, at the East Grand Forks (Minn.) Eagles Club.

All proceeds will go to help the Larsons with medical and general expenses.

There are other ways you can help Chris Larson right away. Go to http://www.ndad.org/fundraisers.asp, where you can click the “Give Online” button next to this article and a photo of him and make a donation using your credit card or PayPal account.

Or, you can mail a donation to NDAD, c/o Chris Larson Fundraisers, 2660 S. Columbia Road, Grand Forks, ND 58201. Please make checks payable to NDAD and be sure to write “Chris Larson” on your check’s memo line.
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Mail Donations For CHRIS LARSON To:
NDAD
c/o Chris Larson Fundraisers
2660 S. Columbia Road
Grand Forks, ND 58201

Please make checks payable to NDAD and be sure to write "Chris Larson" on your check''s memo line. Thank you.

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JULIE FEIL
Give Online(NOTE: This fundraiser was held on Sept. 30, 2014, but donations still are being collected. The article was published prior to the fundraiser. Go to the bottom of the article for more information.)

Julie Feil, 54, of Langdon, N.D., was diagnosed this summer with pancreatic cancer. Now she is in a battle for her life.

A special benefit will be held for Julie on Friday, Oct. 3, at the Langdon Eagles Club, 723 Third St. N., in Langdon.

The event includes a silent auction that runs from noon to 8 p.m. and a free-will-offering pork roast dinner that begins at 5 p.m. Karaoke fun will go on throughout the night.

All proceeds will be used to help Julie defray costs for medical and general living expenses.

The East Grand Forks, Minn., native, born Julie Von Rueden, has worked for 10 1/2 years as the chief financial officer of Cavalier County Memorial Hospital In Langdon.

Julie has been married for 31 years to Kent Feil. They are the parents of three adult children: Alex, 28, Courtney, 25, and Chelsea, 23.

One of six Von Rueden children, Julie attended and graduated from East Grand Forks Senior High in 1978. She earned a bachelor's degree in accounting in 1983.

Charitable nonprofit NDAD is serving as fund custodian for the Julie Feil fundraising effort through NDAD's free Community Fundraisers Program.

You also can help Julie by donating online, using the "Give Online" button that accompanies this article and copy of the benefit flier and your credit card or PayPal.

Or, you may may mail a donation to help Julie Feil. Send your check to NDAD, c/o Julie Feil Fundraiser, 2660 S. Columbia Road, Grand Forks, ND 58201. Make checks payable to NDAD and please be sure to write "Julie Feil" on your check''s memo line.

Learn more about NDAD's Community Fundraisers Program and how it may be able to assist your effort to raise money for a loved one or friend with a disability or serious health challenge. Call (800) 532-NDAD for more information.
Mail Donations For JULIE FEIL To:
NDAD
c/o Julie Feil Fundraiser
2660 S. Columbia Road
Grand Forks, ND 58201

Please make checks payable to NDAD and be sure to write "Julie Feil" on your check''''s memo line.

Go to NDAD's Facebook page and "like" NDAD to stay up-to-date with information about the fundraising efforts for Julie Feil, the Oct. 3 benefit planned on her behalf and about other fundraisers and endeavors by charitable nonprofit NDAD.

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WILLOW MARKA
Give Online(NOTE: This fundraiser was held on Sept. 30, 2014, but donations still are being collected. Go to the bottom of the article, written in September 2014, for more information.)

Willow Marka turns 1 this month, but the Grand Forks baby has been through plenty of health challenges – and she faces more.

She was born with a life-threatening congenital heart condition – hypoplastic left heart syndrome (HLHS) -- that resulted in the left ventricle of her tiny heart severely underdeveloped.

Willow needed open-heart surgery right away, and had to overcome a collapsed lung, pneumonia and sepsis following surgery. A second open-heart surgery in February went wonderfully, said her mom, Cassie (Knoop) Marka.

That said, little Willow faces at least one more open-heart surgery, though, with a likely heart transplant in her future.

An NDAD-sponsored fundraiser last fall in East Grand Forks, Minn., helped the Markas deal with the medical and general expenses that occurred in the months leading to, during and after Willow’s birth and her first two surgeries.

Now, the Team Willow fundraising resumes as her parents, Bill and Cassie, are attempting to bring their daughter to the best surgeons in the country for a third surgery in hopes of putting off that heart transplant for as long as possible.

You can help support Willow in her continuing fight against HLHS by attending a special Green Mill For Good event specifically at Grand Forks’ Green Mill restaurant and bar on Tues., Sept. 30. It’s at 1930 S. Columbia Road.

From open to close that day, for dine-in and take-out orders, 20 percent of your Green Mill bill will go to support Team Willow and Willow’s fight for life. You need to present a special voucher in order for the donation to take effect.

Get the voucher to print HERE. Be sure to present it at the time of payment to Green Mill in Grand Forks on Sept. 30, or show the image of the voucher on your cellular phone when you use it that day at that restaurant.

The public is invited to attend this event. If you’re unable, your assistance in others ways is welcome:

• Go online at http://www.NDAD.org/fundraisers.asp and click the “Give Online” button that accompanies this article about Willow Marka. Use your credit card or PayPal to donate to the Willow Marka Fund.

• Mail your donation to: NDAD, c/o Willow Marka Fundraiser, 2660 S. Columbia Road, Grand Forks, ND 58201. Please make checks payable to: NDAD and be sure to write “Willow Marka” on the memo line of your check.
Mail Donations For WILLOW MARKA
NDAD
c/o Willow Marka Fundraiser
2660 S. Columbia Road
Grand Forks, ND 58201

Please make checks payable to NDAD and be sure to write "Willow Markal" on your check's memo line.

Go to NDAD's Facebook page and "like" NDAD to stay up-to-date with information about the fundraising efforts for Willow Marka and the Sept. 30 fundraiser at the Green Mill in Grand Forks on her behalf. You also can learn about other fundraisers and endeavors by charitable nonprofit NDAD on that Facebook page.

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