From educating the public to offering medical care, the work of Animal Allies goes far beyond giving pets a new home.
Many of our furry friends in the Northland didn't have the easiest the start in life. For the last week of WDIO's Trees of Hope campaign this year, we shine a light on Animal Allies.
The Minnesota Adult and Teen Challenge team put together a holiday feast for their residents.
The secret to recovery is strong relationships says Minnesota Adult and Teen Challenge
The Schneider family is the latest recipient of a Northern Lights Foundation grant as they navigate the new world of parenting with a daughter who was born 12 weeks early.
The Northern Lights Foundation is ramping up fundraising efforts again after canceled events and a pandemic slowdown.
The Northern Lights Foundation gives grants to families with children facing a life-threatening illness. They are typically $2,500, and families are free to use the money for whatever is most needed at the time. You can donate to the foundation now at wdio.com/treesofhope.
A Proctor woman has been a long journey with ovarian cancer, and she feels very blessed to be free of the disease. Kelly Higbee doesn't take anything for granted.
She was only 38-years-old when she was diagnosed with ovarian cancer, and April Powe was not expecting to hear those words. But she's cancer free now, and happy to support MOCA because it supported her.
Physician Assistant students at St. Scholastica are now armed with the insight from ovarian cancer survivors, and this Survivors Teaching Students program is an important program of MOCA.
Thanks to scholarships from the Minnesota Ovarian Cancer Alliance, two health care providers were able to attend an important conference about women's cancer.