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With their little red bus full of books, a group of dedicated volunteers spent the summer fostering a love of reading in children and doing what they can to give them a better start to the school year.
James “Jessy” Haberman was born with a rare genetic syndrome. In his 8 years, he had 15 surgeries and 2 infusions. Still, despite his young age and his own hardships, he found a way to make life a little better for others.
Some employees have organizations they like to support. Others like to wait and see what comes up. And some have unique ways of choosing where to donate their funds. Here are a few of their stories.
A Pay It Forward donation is helping a Fargo organization continue its efforts to improve the community’s physical, mental and financial health by encouraging safe bike riding and increasing ridership.
A Pay It Forward donation is helping Harwood Area Fire & Rescue purchase some much-needed equipment.
When Bell Bank launched the Pay It Forward program 10 years ago, we never imagined all the creative ways our employees would come up with to make community members’ lives a little brighter.
Red River Valley Veterans Concert Band performances have brought people to tears, stimulated long-dormant memories and evoked a strong sense of patriotism.
Two Bell Bank employees decided to do something a little different with their Pay It Forward donations this year. Instead of choosing just one cause, they spread a little kindness randomly throughout Fargo-Moorhead.
When a child is diagnosed with cancer or a veteran loses a limb in service to our country, their lives are forever changed. A North Dakota organization is helping give them hope by making some of their biggest dreams come true.
In the aftermath of a fire that damaged 3 homes, destroying most of his, Darrin Anderson was in shock. But he says the community support he’s received has helped him through it.
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