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2016 Golf Passes Now Available!

Chip for Charity $40 

Does this spring weather have you thinking about golf? Buy a Chip In for Charity discount golf card and you can golf at 94 courses across North Dakota and western Minnesota for FREE or at a discounted rate! The card is only $40 and all proceeds go to help the work of Catholic Charities North Dakota. To see a list of the participating courses or learn more click the picture above or call 701-235-4457.

The golf pass also makes a great gift for Mother’s Day and Father’s Day!

Chip In for Charity supports the services provided by Catholic Charities North Dakota!  Click on the button to purchase your golf pass now:


For questions see our contact information below.


Save the Date: September 24-25th for Catholic Charities Sunday 2016! 

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Thank you so much for your generosity and participation last year!  Not only were we blessed with an outpouring of stories about the impact of Catholic Charities in the lives of parishioners, but the number of people using our services in our Bismarck, Fargo, Grand Forks and Minot offices and across the entire state has risen with an increased awareness of our programs.

We are already hard at work on an even more exciting video for 2016.  Last year was an introduction; this year we will share more about the needs and impact of our programs. If you would like to help please contact us below, and enjoy your summer!

Tuesday, May 10th - Caritas Award Luncheon and Bismarck Open House!

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Thank you to the over 125 people who joined us for a wonderful lunch provided by Spirit of Life Church in Mandan as Catholic Charities North Dakota’s Board of Directors, led by its members Bishop David D. Kagan and Bishop John T. Folda, honored this year’s Caritas Award Recipients, Deacon James & Henrietta Nistler for their African Mission Work.

To learn more about the Nistlers and their work starting the African Mission read their story in ton page 7 in the March issue of the Dakota Catholic Action.