Oliver Iverson

Poster for the upcoming Minot Paradiso restaurant benefit on Feb. 8 for 2-year-old Oliver Iverson.
Poster for the Jan. 24 Oliver Iverson fundraiser in Minot
NOTE: This benefit has been held, but NDAD's fund for young Oliver Iverson is continuing to accept donations on her behalf.

NDAD is sponsoring a community fundraiser for 2-year-old Oliver Matthew Iverson, a Minot native who has leukemia.

Oliver and his mom, Brook Harvey, have moved to Fargo for the duration of Oliver's three years of cancer treatments.

A benefit "Dine to Donate" event will be held Thursday, Feb. 8, at the Minot Paradiso Mexician Restaurant, 1445 S. Broadway, (701) 837-1445, from 5 to 10 p.m.

Dine at Paradiso during those hours and 15 percent of your tab will be donated to help Oliver's fight against leukemia. To participate in the fundraiser, Paradiso diners during those hours need to present a copy of the restaurant's Oliver Iverson fundraiser flier or just mention Oliver's name and the flier.

The donation applies to both dine-in and to-go orders from Paradiso during the alloted benefit time. 

Another NDAD-sponsored benefit event was held on Wed., Jan. 24, at the Minot Pizza Ranch, also to help Oliver and his mom with medical and general expenses.

Brook Harvey is a 2016 graduate of Minot High School and a member of Living Waters Church.

You also can donate to help Oliver by clicking the Donate Now button on this page and using your credit card or PayPal.

Or, mail a check made out to NDAD, c/o Oliver Iverson Fundraiser, 1808 20th Ave. S.E., Minot, ND 58701. Please make the check out to NDAD and be sure to write "Oliver Iverson" on your check's memo line.

Checks also may be dropped off at the Minot office or NDAD offices in Fargo, Grand Forks and Williston.

Thank you.

Learn more about NDAD's free Community Fundraiser Program.

Oliver Iverson benefit at Minot Pizza Ranch - Jan. 24, 2018
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