NDAD awarded emergency response grant from Souris Valley United Way

Posted: May 15 2020
NDAD awarded emergency response grant from Souris Valley United Way
Souris Valley United Way has awarded charitable nonprofit NDAD an emergency response grant to help during the COVID-19 pandemic.

NDAD will receive money to provide transportation to medical appointments and much-needed medications for eight to 10 NDAD clients with disabilities and health challenges in Souris Valley’s seven-county service area.

Money comes from a fourth round of Souris Valley United Way grant awards, which are made possible through contributions from community members and corporate sponsors in Bottineau, Burke, McHenry, McLean, Mountrail, Renville and Ward counties.

Souris Valley United Way mobilizes people, organizations and resources in an impactful effort to advance education, financial stability and health while addressing basic human needs in its service area. For more information: https://www.svunitedway.com/.
 

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