November 14, 2013

Give to the Max in ND

Posted in Bottineau, Endangered buildings, History, Photos, Pictures, Updates tagged , , , at 7:58 pm by stonebankblog

Today in Minnesota it has been Give to the Max Day — 24 hours of fundraising for nonprofits and charities.

GTMD logo

It’s a great event … BUT!

The focus is on schools and nonprofits in Minnesota. This is all good. Really good.

BUT.

A vast number of Twin Citians come from places like Bottineau, Bismarck, Williston and Fargo. You really can’t throw a rock around the Twin Cities without hitting someone from North Dakota.

Bottineau County ND

There are great causes all across North Dakota. We think the Stone Bank is a good one!

So. North Dakotan-Twin Citians, why not point some of that generosity to the west?

Yep. It’s Day 14 of National Blog Posting Month, and we are asking in plain language for your support.

Open your heart to the Stone Bank or another North Dakota nonprofit — and give them a little sugar.

We don’t have a great organization like GiveMN making giving cool. But is IS cool. Saving a historic building, supporting your local library or giving to any of a number of causes is totally hip. So share some of the love with a North Dakota cause.

Stone Bank circa 1902

The Stone Bank in 1902. It was then-known as Bottineau County Bank.

Tonight.

Before midnight.

Write a check.

Find a stamp.

Address the envelope.

Or go to our website.

You can make a donation through PayPal or Razoo there.

Buy a T-shirt.

Dedicate a stone.

Do it for posterity.

Do it for North Dakota.

We thank you for your support.

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