NDAD: It's For You

Welcome to NDAD.org

The mission of NDAD is to enhance the quality of lives of individuals facing health challenges.
Charitable nonprofit NDAD -- the North Dakota Association for the Disabled -- was founded more than 40 years ago by concerned citizens for the purpose of assisting people with disabilities and health challenges in the state of North Dakota, many of whom were ineligible for services from other agencies. NDAD's reach also includes border communities in surrounding states.

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Cover of Winter 2022 NDAD Insider newsletter
January 05, 2022

Giving Hearts Day focus of new Insider newsletter

Read the Winter 2022 edition of NDAD's quarterly newsletter. ...

Make a Giving Hearts Day 2022 donation to help NDAD's mission
January 03, 2022

Make a Giving Hearts Day 2022 donation to help NDAD's mission

Giving Hearts Day 2022 is Thurs., Feb. 10, but you may make a donation today and be part of charitable nonprofit NDAD's valued mission to help children and adults with disabilities and health challenges. ...

Cover of NDAD Fall 2021 Insider newsletter
November 24, 2021

Bismarck office opening heads latest NDAD Insider news

NDAD's new Insider newsletter is available now, with information about our charitable nonprofit, including our new Bismarck office serviing southwest and south-central North Dakota. ...

Deanna Bakken
Just a few weeks before Christmas 2014, Deanna Bakken had something she really wanted her mom and dad to see. So, Kay and Garry Bakken obliged her and went to see Deanna, who has cerebral palsy, work with her new Fargo physical therapist, Kari Torgerson. They saw far more than they had expected: Deanna stood and took a few steps— with the ...
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Community Fundraiser:Taniesha Anderson of Minot
Community Fundraiser: Taniesha Anderson of Minot
Learn more about NDAD-sponsored online fundraisers and how they may be able to help you or someone you know who's dealing with a serious health concern and the financial challenges that come with it. One example was a Jan. 15 benefit for 19-year-old Taniesha Anderson of Minot, who is continuing to raise money via an NDAD fundraising page.
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