FARGO, N.D. – The Alpha Gamma Delta Foundation has made a significant contribution to help end hunger throughout North Dakota and Clay County, Minn., by awarding an $8,300 grant to the Great Plains Food Bank. The grant will help bolster the Great Plains Food Bank’s efforts to acquire and distribute shelf-stable food items and will provide nearly 25,000 meals to help feed our neighbors in need.
The Great Plains Food Bank is one of 35 organizations to receive a grant through the Alpha Gamma Delta Foundation totaling $250,000. The grant now marks $1.25 million awarded by the foundation in its efforts to fight hunger.
“We’re proud to recognize this organization as one who shows up every day to fight food insecurity head on,” Alpha Gamma Delta Foundation Executive Director Julie Waitman states. “The importance of fighting hunger organizations cannot be overstated, and we’re committed to stand alongside them.”
About the Alpha Gamma Delta Foundation
The Alpha Gamma Delta Foundation was established in 1962 as a 501(c)(3) charitable organization. The Foundation’s mission is to “impact and enrich our communities by providing essential support for education, philanthropy and leadership.”