FM Area Foundation grant awarded to NDAD for pandemic response

Posted: May 15 2020
FM Area Foundation grant awarded to NDAD for pandemic response
Charitable nonprofit NDAD has been awarded a grant from the FM Area Foundation’s Community Response Fund of Cass and Clay Counties to help support nonprofits affected by COVID-19 response.

The grant money will be used by NDAD in the aforementioned counties to purchase prescription medications and supplies for clients with disabilities and health challenges.

The FM Area Foundation is the community foundation created by and for the people of North Dakota's Cass County and Minnesota's Clay County. The FM Area Foundation helps people give back to the community and ensures the needs of the community are addressed now and in perpetuity. Working in partnership with individuals, families, businesses and professional advisors, the FM Area Foundation manages more than 400 charitable funds and provides grants to qualified nonprofit organizations and scholarships to students. The FM Area Foundation has been serving the community through philanthropy since 1960. For more information:


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