MINOT — Trinity Health Foundation announced it was recently presented a $25,000 donation for the new Trinity Healthcare Campus and Medical District Capital Campaign from Verendrye Electric. Verendrye representatives Randy Hauck, manager, and Tom Rafferty, member services manager, presented the check to Trinity Health Foundation Director Dusty Zimmerman, and Development Officer Jamie Swenson.
“Community partners such as Verendrye Electric are critical to the success of the Capital Campaign,” Zimmerman indicated. “Trinity Health has been a community focused business and healthcare provider in the 20-county region we serve for 100 years. Organizations like Verendrye Electric will give us the ability to serve our community for 100 more years and we’re grateful for their continued support.”
“The work people do at Trinity to take care of others is essential and Verendrye Electric is happy to help with a donation for the new hospital,” Hauck said. “This is one of the most important advancements in health care our region has ever seen and we are excited to be a part of it.”
Trinity Health Foundation recently launched the HealthCare Campus and Medical District Capital Campaign to raise $15,000,000 to support the $520,500,000 project. In the early stages of the campaign, Trinity Health Foundation has raised $3,400,000. Donations are being sought from regional and national foundations, corporate donors, private donors, and Trinity Health staff through fundraisers.
Trinity Health Foundation was established in 1922 to assist in the establishment of the Trinity Hospital. Over the last 100 years, the foundation has been supported through the financial stewardship of individuals, families, foundations, corporations, civic clubs, and other organizations, with the purpose of significantly impacting healthcare and the quality of life in the region. Through generous donations, we are able to fulfill our mission of creating a system of care that provides the most significant impact on health and wellness throughout northwest North Dakota.