Minot and Bottineau Student Nurse Organization gives back

Dakota College at Bottineau’s Student Nurses Organization of Minot has donated $2,000 in all to different groups in Minot. The student nursing organization at Dakota College at Bottineau also has raised money for the Bottineau community.

The Minot-based organization donated $500 to the Dakota Girls and Boys Ranch new playground project, which was matched by the St. Joseph Foundation. They donated $500 toward a specialty chair for the Ranch’s new elementary classroom.

They donated $250 to the Trinity Health Foundation’s turkey drive for the KHRT Horn of Plenty. Students have also been helping to pack and deliver boxes of food and gifts for Minot families in need.

The organization, in partnership with the Starving Rooster in Minot, hosted a fundraiser for PATH North Dakota, a nonprofit child and family services agency. Between the student organization’s funds and donations from others in Minot, household supplies and $1,120 were donated.

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By |2019-01-15T13:58:38+00:00December 23rd, 2018|Categories: News|