Minot Area Community Foundation Grants Funds to Trinity Health Foundation

Posted: Sep 14 2022

The Minot Area Community Foundation (MACF) has granted $265,000 to the Trinity Health Foundation’s Capital Campaign for the 4th Floor Connector and Flag Display.
On September 8th, MACF representatives joined Trinity Health at the new campus to present a ceremonial check for the capital campaign.
“The namesakes of the Endowments making this grant possible were visionary leaders in Minot who understood that state of the art healthcare is a keystone to the quality of life and success of a community,” said Reed Argent, MACF Board Chair. “We are proud to be a part of this tremendous facility that will serve Minot and the region for years to come.”
The $250,000 grant for the Connector was made possible through the Mike & Dorothy Dolan Endowment Fund, Roger & Delores Odell Endowment Fund, Chuck & Madge Westlie Endowment Fund, and the Edna Solheim Endowment Fund. Additionally, the Donald & Genevieve Roush Endowment Fund contributed $15,000 in support of the Flag Display which will be proudly displayed at the entrance of the new Trinity Health campus.
Trinity Health is currently constructing a new medical facility in southwest Minot that is scheduled to be completed in the spring of 2023. The new facility will provide more efficient delivery of healthcare services, increasing the level of care provided to patients as well as the capacity to evolve, grow and best serve the people of this area.
“Minot Area Community Foundation continues to showcase their support of projects that change lives through this very generous donation toward the new Trinity Health healthcare campus and medical district,” said Dr. Jeff Verhey, Trinity Health Foundation Board Chairman. “We are tremendously grateful that their vision includes the support of a healthcare facility that cares for residents in the surrounding 20-county region. We thank you for connecting donors with causes that matter!”

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