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Welcome to NDAD.org

The mission of NDAD is to enhance the quality of lives of individuals facing health challenges.
Charitable nonprofit NDAD -- the North Dakota Association for the Disabled -- was founded more than 40 years ago by concerned citizens for the purpose of assisting people with disabilities and health challenges in the state of North Dakota, many of whom were ineligible for services from other agencies. NDAD's reach also includes border communities in surrounding states.

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Applications accepted for 4th Faye Gibbens Memorial Grant
March 31, 2017

Applications accepted for 4th Faye Gibbens Memorial Grant

Applications are being accepted for the fourth Faye Gibbens Memorial Grant, named for the statewide charitable nonprofit’s late co-founder and longtime program services leader. The deadline is April 28. ...

NDAD one of 2017 Spin for Kids sponsors
March 09, 2017

NDAD one of 2017 Spin for Kids sponsors

NDAD is one of the sponsors of this year's Spin for Kids event for children with special needs. The event, coordinated by Altru Health System, is on April 22 in Grand Forks. ...

Mandan volunteers spread the word about NDAD, Giving Hearts Day
February 07, 2017

Mandan volunteers spread the word about NDAD, Giving Hearts Day

A rural Mandan couple learned about NDAD several years ago. Several years later, they're Escape to the Lake volunteer veterans who welcome the opportunity to share information about NDAD with others. ...

Harold Ennis
On a pleasant August day in 2012, Harold Ennis got a good, long look at the miles of northwest North Dakota countryside around Tagus, a now-unincorporated town where he spent his youth.   In this rural area between Minot and Stanley, Ennis saw the wetlands and varied waterfowl. New oil development. The crops and grain ...
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Community Fundraiser:Jake Freeman
Community Fundraiser: Jake Freeman
Set your breakfast plans for Sat., June 3, and contribute to a great cause in the process. Mark your calendar for this NDAD-sponsored pancake breakfast benefit to help Jake Freeman, 27, of Grand Forks, who needs at least one heart surgery to deal with several conditions that threaten to shorten his life. You also may visit NDAD's community fundraisers page to help Jake by donating online or, with the address provided on that page, mail a donation.
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