Midco Foundation awards $1,500 grant to NDAD

Posted: May 23 2018
Midco Foundation awards $1,500 grant to NDAD
NDAD thanks the Midco Foundation for its $1,500 grant, which will be used for the coming Escape to the Lake adaptive water recreation event for children and adults with physical disabilities, set for Sat., June 16, at Nelson Lake Recreation Area near Center, N.D. 

NDAD was one of 66 nonprofits, schools and government organizations in the Dakotas, Minnesota and Kansas to receive a total of $97,000 in grant money this spring.

Leslie Stastny, chief program officer for NDAD and also Escape to the Lake event coordinator, received the check from Bryan Krump, Grand Forks-based field operations manager for Midco, at NDAD's Grand Forks office May 23.

More about Escape to the Lake HERE.  http://ndad.org/services/RecreationalActivities/EscapetotheLake.

Established in 1987 as the charitable arm of the Midco family of companies, the Midco Foundation provides funding assistance to charitable entities. The foundation distributes grants twice each year to organizations that advance socially desirable goals in the Midco service area. To date, the Foundation has contributed more than $3.8 million to support the work of non-profit organizations, local governments and schools. Read more about the latest Midco Foundation grants.


 

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