Oliver Iverson

(NOTE: The Qdoba fundraisers on Oliver Iverson have been held, but the fund for Oliver remains open for donations.)
NDAD is sponsoring a May community fundraising event 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. Fundraiser proceeds will be used for their medical and general expenses.
 
Minot's Qdoba Mexican Restaurants will be the sites of the next fundraising events for 2-year-old Oliver Iverson.
The newest fundraising event for Oliver is Sunday, May 20, from noon to 4 p.m. at Qdoba Mexican Restaurants in Minot. One is at 1700 S. Broadway, the other at 2045 N. Broadway.

Present a copy of the flyer to the Qdoba cashier and Qdoba will donate 50% of each purchase during that four-hour window to help Oliver. Download a PDF copy of the flyer HERE.


Earlier NDAD-sponsored benefit event were held in January and February at the Minot Pizza Ranch an Minot Paradiso, respectively.

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.
 

Poster for January 2018 fundraiser for Oliver Iverson
Poster for February 2018 fundraiser for Oliver Iverson



























 
Oliver Iverson benefit at Minot Pizza Ranch - Jan. 24, 2018
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Karen Schelinder followed a path of helping others, ever since she served as a Lutheran church parish worker in the 1960s. When someone sought help, her philosophy had been simple. “There’s a reason they need it,” said Schelinder, told NDAD in an early 2013 interview. Karen died the following year at age 66.   In the ...
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