NDAD named Myra Foundation grant recipient

Posted: Dec 18 2020
NDAD named Myra Foundation grant recipient
NDAD is one of 71 Grand Forks County nonprofits to receive a grant award of charitable support from the Myra Foundation as part of the largest funding round in the foundation’s 79-year history.

The Myra Foundation awarded NDAD a $5,000 grant for prescription medications and supplies for NDAD clients residing in Grand Forks County.
In all, the foundation awarded $724,846.60 to Grand Forks County charities this round.
 
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Established in 1941, the Myra Foundation was created from from the estate of philanthropist John E. Myra to award grants within Grand Forks County. According to the foundation, it is the first private charitable foundation of its kind in North Dakota.

To date, more than $10.6 million in grants have been awarded for charitable, character building and educational purposes. For more information about the foundation and for a list of other grant recipients: https://myrafoundation.org.

Our thanks and appreciation to the Myra Foundation for its generous grant.

For more about NDAD, financial assistance for prescription medications and supplies, and about other programs we provide to help people with health concerns and disabilities, please contact one of NDAD's North Dakota offices (ndad.org/contact) or call (800) 532-NDAD (-6323).

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