Friends of the Foundation

The Minot Area Community Foundation continues its' ability to offer a full range of services to both donors and grantees because of the assistance provided by the Friends of the Foundation. These generous individuals and companies understand their support creates a solid framework upon which MACF can fulfill its' mission to promote community giving and make our community truly magic.

If you would like to find out how you can become a Friend of the Foundation, please call our office at (701) 852-0646. You can also donate online by visiting our Give section.  

We sincerely thank the following Partners for sharing our vision.

Legacy Partners
Bremer Bank
First International Bank & Trust

Cornerstone Partners
Patrick Ryan
ND Guaranty & Title Co.

Business & Corporate Partners
North Hill Bowl
Thompson-Larson Funeral Home
MSU Development Foundation
Verendrye Electric
Dacotah Bank
Ackerman Surveying & Associates, Inc.
NewKota Services & Rentals
Signs Today
Gourmet Chef
Farm Credit Servcies of ND
ND State Fair Association
Chad & Kirsten Wolsky
Montana-Dakota Utilities
Tollefsons Retail Group
Connole & Somerville
Gate City Bank
Town & Country Credit Union
United Community Bank
Minot's Finest Collision Center
First Western Bank & Trust
McGee, Hankla & Backes, P.C.
Subways of Minot
Centerspace (formerly IRET)
John & Leslie Coughlin
Aksal Group, LLC
Integrity Viking Funds
Phil & Karol Lowe

Individual & Family Partners

Mike & Liz Bakk
Bruce & Linda Christianson
Brekka Kramer

Paul & Carolyn Probst
Mark & Linda Hildahl
Marla Kulig

Ken & Judi Kitzman
Steve & Jennifer Shirley

Curt & Linda Zimbelman
Rick & Andrea Hedberg
Tom & Mary Probst
Perry & Melissa Olson
Debbie Harris
Tim & Laura Mihalick
Todd & Heidi Van Dusen

Jason & Dusty Zimmerman
Staci & James Kenney
Chelsea & Kent Kirkhammer
Nicky McLean
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MACF supports Backpack Buddies program

The Minot Area Community Foundation (MACF) has awarded $12,000 to the Souris Valley United Way’s Backpack Buddies program. The money was awarded following a monthly meeting between the two organizations where it was brought to MACF’s

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