Slumberland Furniture in Grand Rapids recently helped Angel Fund fulfill a specific request from an area cancer patient in need of a mattress. We appreciate the partnership and thank Slumberland for delivering a good sleep, a big smile and a little bit of hope.
Angel Fund was recently received two grants from the Hibbing Foundation.
A $500 grant from our COVID-19 Emergency Fund will go directly to Hibbing residents who are battling cancer. A $4,500 grant from The Owens-Pesavento/Dr. Benjamin P. Owens Family Foundation of Hibbing Foundation will go directly to Hibbing residents who are battling cancer.
Sandy Courneya, Angel Fund past secretary, writes, “In 2019, Angel Fund helped 174 Northeastern Minnesotans fighting cancer by gifting $69,600 for 174 first requests and $5,800 for 29 second requests (in 2018 Angel Fund helped 200 individuals gifting $80,000) primarily by providing gas cards for transportation to treatment. Each year the demand for our services remains strong. On behalf of those who will never be able to thank you, we send you our sincere thanks. Your generosity will make a positive difference to so many by giving them help and hope.”
Angel Fund is grateful for the Hibbing Foundation’s ongoing support!
Sharon Schirmer of National Bank of Commerce in Hibbing presented Angel Fund with a $365 donation from company employees who participated in a denim day. Employees paid $5 each to dress casually and Sharon’s named was drawn, so she picked Angel Fund as the recipient. Thanks much to Sharon and employees for their support!
Hibbing High School Girls Basketball raises funds for area cancer patients.
“Jam the Gym” was held along with Senior Night, Jacket Jamboree candidates, and Girls Youth Basketball all in one night! Thanks to the Hibbing High School Pep Band and cheerleaders, Twisted Woods, Papa Murphy’s, and everyone that helped to make last night a success! With your support, the team donated $200 to Angel Fund!