NDAD awarded grant from N.D. Community Foundation

Posted: Nov 22 2016
NDAD CEO Don Santer (right) receives a grant for NDAD's HELP program from Kevin Dvorak, president and CEO of the North Dakota Community Foundation.
NDAD recently received a $2,100 grant from the North Dakota Community Foundation assist NDAD's short-term Healthcare Equipment Loan Program (HELP).

NDAD CEO Don Santer accepted the award check in October from Kevin Dvorak, the foundation's president and CEO.

This funding will pay for additional durable medical equipment that allows NDAD to help more people with their healthcare needs.

In 2015, NDAD loaned 2,125 pieces of equipment, saving people approximately $453,000 in medical equipment costs through HELP. versus having to purchase the equipment.  It’s Amazing What People Can Do When There’s Help.

Learn more about the North Dakota Community Foundation.
 

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