The Boys and Girls Clubs of the Northland are changing lives of area kids in many ways.
Kids all around the Northland are getting hope and help for a brighter future thanks to Boys and Girls Clubs of the Northland. Volunteers with the nonprofit were in studio Tuesday for a phone bank.
Helping northland kids in so many ways is what the Boys and Girls Clubs of the Northland do each and every day.
The Boys and Girls Clubs of the Northland have been helping kids reach their full potential for more than 45 years. Five Kids Clubs are places where kids can find caring adults and one-on-one support with after-school programs.
The choir is one of the things Minnesota Adult & Teen Challenge is best known for. They travel to churches every Sunday with their white shirts and ties to share their stories and their music.
After 10 years in prison and seven stints at treatment centers, Minnesota Adult & Teen Challenge finally made the difference for Daryl Warwas. Now, he's passing that realization on and encouraging others in their recovery from addiction.
Minnesota Adult & Teen Challenge has been serving people in Duluth since 2006, helping them find freedom from chemical addictions while also working on their mental health.
This year is our 15th broadcast of Have a Heart, Help a Neighbor on Good Morning Northland with Second Harvest Northern Lakes Food Bank.
Second Harvest Northern Lakes Food Bank relies upon volunteers to help distribute food to those in need across the community. Those volunteers often feel the time they give is very valuable and rewarding.
The food shelf program at Second Harvest Northern Lakes Food Bank helps struggling families put food on the table during tough times.
Second Harvest Northern Lakes Food Bank has been providing food for regional families in need for decades. With a growing percentage of fresh produce, Second Harvest is now able to offer healthy options more than ever.
A mother is helping her daughter fight ovarian cancer in a unique way. It's in a classroom setting, and focuses on the education of the next generation of physician assistants.
Mary Elsenrath was a gracious, artistic soul. She fought ovarian cancer with the same dignity and grace she lived her life.
Registered nurse Lori Guentzel helps women dealing with female cancer for work. And because of genetic testing, she knows she's got a genetic mutation that is associated with ovarian and other cancers.
Kristine Greer doesn't take a single day for granted. The 17-year survivor of ovarian cancer spreads messages of hope and awareness, to help other women who are facing the disease.