Target stores charitable program announces NDAD award

Posted: Apr 10 2020
Target stores charitable program announces NDAD award
NDAD will receive nearly $1,421 from Target through the retailer's Target Circle Giving Program, our charitable nonprofit learned on April 9.

NDAD was one of four area nonprofits to split a $5,000 donation from Target that was influenced by votes cast by guests at Target stores. The full results are posted online at

In all, 19,168 votes were cast by Target store guests on behalf of North Dakota Association for the Disabled (NDAD). 

To NDAD's friends and supporters, thanks for voting for us in the Target Circle Program. The money we received will help us further our mission to assist people with disabilities and health challenges to live more mobile, healthy and independent lives. The donation came from a larger pool of funds donated from Target to nonprofits tied to the local community.

Continue checking and our social media channels ( and to learn more about NDAD's charitable work.

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