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MacKenzie Scott, former wife of Amazon founder Jeff Bezos, is giving away billions of dollars to charity.
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The nonprofit offers prom dress fittings through mid-April for teens in financial need.
The Hopeful Heart Project was founded to help women in the Fargo-Moorhead area cope with the loss of a pregnancy or baby, but now co-founder Kayla Sorum is under investigation.
St. Paul-based charitable foundation sits on at least $1B in assets

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The FBI alleges in search warrant affidavits that Feeding Our Future, the state’s largest independent sponsor of federal food programs, submitted false reimbursement records and conspired with business owners who stole and laundered funds as part of a “massive fraud” involving shell companies, kickbacks and dozens of bank accounts.
By banding together, organizers say they can win lower installation costs from companies and fundraise for members who would otherwise not be able to afford a solar array.
The Otto Bremer Trust on Tuesday announced $9.4 million in grants including $50,000 for the Bemidji area.
BSU graduate Michael Olson, with years of experience in nonprofit leadership, will become the new executive director of the Bemidji Community Food Shelf in October when Mary Mitchell retires from the role.
Getting skates on feet and getting folks outdoors is the program's goal.
Camp Knutson on the Whitefish Chain has long served campers with disabilities, but last week it catered to a new group with Camp Norden, a four-day camp for children affected by cancer.

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Organizations representing causes ranging from religion, disease, poverty, climate change and education were among those that ended operations.
Lutheran Social Service of Minnesota camp caters to people with identified needs
In celebration of its 100th anniversary and a two-year major expansion project of the milk processing facility in Litchfield, the First District Association sponsored a community project involving nonprofit organizations painting life-size statues of cows and calves that are now located outdoors at public and business venues. The Downtown Cowtown project culminates Aug. 26 when the statues will be auctioned off, with proceeds going to the nonprofit organizations.

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