Nice news of the day – November 20, 2018

Thanks to hardworking volunteers, helpful donors, and returning shoppers, the Cavalier Thrift Store has been able to donate $800,00 in profits to organizations and scholarships in Pembina County and beyond since the 1990’s. (Grand Forks Herald)

One of the many, many reasons I like North Dakota is that we have programs in place to prevent homelessness.  Now, one of those mechanisms needs help: The Missouri Slope Areawide United Way is trying to raise $500,000 to keep its emergency shelter open.  They also need toiletries and clothing. (MyNDNow)

Lutheran Social Services of North Dakota is implementing the Duluth Model to stop domestic violence at the abuser, not just the victim. (Valley City Times-Record)


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