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Jordahl Homes Gives to Critical Services Fund

Jordahl Custom Homes contributes $40,000 to help those in our community who are serving others during the COVID-19 pandemic and those in need.

Rob and Leanne Jordahl of Jordahl Custom Homes in West Fargo, ND donated $40,000 to the DMF/Impact COVID-19 Critical Services Fund to help those in need and those at the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic. Lane Kuhn of Jordahl Custom Homes (right) is pictured above with J. Pat Traynor, Executive Director of Dakota Medical Foundation.

Jordahl Custom Homes has 22 years of serving the Fargo-Moorhead community and is grateful to all the workers serving the public during the COVID-19 pandemic. This contribution works perfectly alongside Jordahl Custom Homes Home Town Heroes promotion and encompasses what they value in the community.

Pat Traynor, Executive Director of Dakota Medical Foundation acknowledges, “This creates a tremendous momentum to do good for others and that’s really what it’s all about.” The Jordahl Custom Home contribution signals others to give to the DMF/Impact Critical Services Fund and support the front line services during this time of need.

Dakota Medical Foundation created the DMF/Impact COVID-19 Critical Services Fund, alongside its Helping Hearts giving platform to raise additional support for critical safety-net health and human services organizations in the region. Because DMF will cover all administrative expenses, 100% of all dollars raised through this fund will be used to support charities.

If you’d like to contribute to the DMF/Impact COVID-19 Critical Services Fund click the button below.

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