North Dakotans are coming through with aid for Nebraska flood victims.
Farm Rescue, a North Dakota non-profit, has already delivered more than 30 loads of hay from North Dakota ranchers as part of its 2019 Operation Hay Lift.
Several loads were donated by North Dakota ranchers who received Farm Rescue assistance during the original Operation Hay Lift in 2017-2018.
If you’d like to donate hay or money, visit Farm Rescue’s website, farmrescue.org, or call 701-252-2017.
The North Dakota Stockmen’s Association (NDSA) and North Dakota Stockmen’s Foundation (NDSF) recently launched the “Nebraska in Need Disaster Relief Program.” The two groups pledged $10,000 to kickstart the program.
“So many friends from across the country have come to the aid of North Dakota farm and ranch families in their times of need over the years,” says Dan Rorvig, NDSA president and McVille, N.D., cattleman. “This is our chance to return the favor and instill some hope during this incredibly challenging time in neighboring Nebraska.”
Send checks to the NDSF at 407 S. 2nd St., Bismarck, N.D., 58504, with “Nebraska in Need” written in the memo. The NDSA and NDSF will compile these gifts with their own and work with the Nebraska Cattlemen, their Nebraska counterpart, to distribute 100% of the money raised to cattle-ranching flood victims.
For more information about the Nebraska in Need Disaster Relief Program, call 701-223-2522 or visit ndstockmen.org.
NDSF and Farm Rescue are 501(c)(3) charitable organizations, so gifts can be deducted for income tax purposes. Check with your financial adviser.Source: Farm Rescue, North Dakota Stockmen’s Foundation and North Dakota Stockmen’s Association, which are solely responsible for the information provided and are wholly owned by the sources. Informa Business Media and all its subsidiaries are not responsible for any of the content contained in this information asset.