We’re excited to begin planning for our 2nd annual “St. Anne’s Day Matching Gift Challenge.” Due to the overwhelming success of last year’s event, and the ongoing financial resources necessary to offer a caring home for the elderly and disabled, we have decided to hold this event again in 2023.
St. Anne’s Day isn’t until July, but I am currently lining up local businesses to partner with us for the project. I am hoping you can help us in making this event an even greater success this year by making a pledge of matching funds to encourage individual donations.
Pledges may be for as little as $50 or as much as $5,000 (or more). Whatever amount fits your budget, we would greatly appreciate; it ultimately will assist us in our mission of caring for those in need.
If you choose to participate, your business name will be listed on our materials and social media posts, as well as press releases. Participating in this campaign, along with supporting St. Anne’s, may also bring more business to you through these promotions and possible media coverage.
Rather than send a donation prior to the date of the campaign, we’d like for you to wait until it is completed. At that time, we will notify you if your pledge has been met (we are hopeful that it will be), and then you can send your donation.
Businesses/Organizations: click here for our pledge form.
If you have any questions, please call Sr. Christina at 701-746-9401 or email us.
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About St. Anne’s:
St. Anne’s has been providing a safe, caring living environment for vulnerable adults since the mid 1940s.
Our residents come to us because they are not able to lead healthy lives on their own. Due to any number of reasons, physical and/or mental, they cannot properly care for themselves. Alone, they would face various problems, suffering from isolation, poor nutrition, improper medication administration, poor hygiene or other problems. They face a variety of health challenges, such as diabetes.
We strive to create a homelike atmosphere, become “family” to many people who have little contact with their biological families.
We provide nursing, housekeeping, laundry, and personal care services. We have an excellent activity program, offering the socialization that is so vital to our residents’ well-being. Along with table games, musical entertainment, and countless other activities, our staff also take residents out into the community. We offer shopping trips, and also take groups out to eat frequently. In the past, residents who were able were also given the opportunity to enjoy events in the community, such as high school plays and sporting events. We provide transportation for them to and from medical appointments.
Thank you so much for helping us continue our service to our residents!