Trees of Hope: Volunteers Taking Early Calls for MN Adult & Teen Challenge

December 13, 2017 10:34 AM

Volunteers joined Good Morning Northland Tuesday to take calls for donations with Minnesota Adult & Teen Challenge. 

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 Marketing Director of the Northland Campus, Jen Brink-Edwards says she works with the non-profit to make a difference in individual's lives.

"We have so many people come in that are hard and lost and don't know what to do next, and you watch them open up and soften and really learn more about themselves," she says.

Brink-Edwards talks about what the organization conveys to individuals that want to turn their life in the right direction. 

"How to be better, how to strengthen their communities, and how to restore their families."

Click here to donate. 



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