WDIO viewers generously donated to make this year's Trees of Hope campaign a success. The fundraiser for Northland charities raised a record $19,967.
Being a parent is not easy. For foster mom Angela Torgerson, being a part of New Hope FOR Families has not only given her support but connections to people who are going through the same things she is.
New Hope for Families knows the incredible amount of work it takes to nurture children and how many young lives need a little extra support. Through their organization, they are working to provide as much assistance as possible to foster families in the Northland.
Many Northland children are in need of fostering, and foster families need support to do so. That's where New Hope For Families comes in.
Drug and alcohol addiction can be a dark place for many, but Minnesota Adult & Teen Challenge has helped countless people turn their lives around.
Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, drug and alcohol use is on the rise, and Minnesota Adult & Teen Challenge is working as hard as ever to help those impacted.
Teen Challenge is all about helping men and women combat their drug and alcohol addictions, and they do so by addressing their physical, emotional and spiritual needs.
The Aleshire family received a Northern Lights Foundation grant when their daughter Amelia had fluid on her brain after she was born.
Northern Lights Foundation grants ease the money stress on parents already worried about their child who has a life-threatening illness. And all of the money donated stays local.
The Northern Lights Foundation exists to ease the financial strain on families with children who have life threatening illnesses. They give grants with no strings attached.
Overcoming ovarian cancer is something Duluth native, Kris Greer does not take for granted. Greer spoke with Renee Passal during the Trees of Hope Charity Drive phone bank on Tuesday.
A Duluth woman says that MOCA helped her feel and find hope again, after her ovarian cancer diagnosis.
MOCA is committed to funding research needed for an early detection test, better treatments, and someday, a cure for ovarian cancer. And one woman at the University of Minnesota is making great strides in the search for a test.
Masks with Love from MOCA is in full swing during the pandemic, with volunteers sending free, hand-sewn masks to ovarian cancer survivors.
The Minnesota Ovarian Cancer Alliance has moved their support and educational programming to the virtual formats, in order to keep helping women on their journeys.