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Foundation Stories

Who is your Guardian Angel?

The Guardian Angel programs allows patients and their families to say thank you to a Sanford doctor, nurse, staff member or volunteer. Read about one family who donated two gifts.

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Making an impact on cancer patients

Sue Sletto and her husband, Terry, were on the threshold of retirement in the summer of 2012. Then Sue was diagnosed with cancer.

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Celebrating Life

Growing up during the Depression, Marvin Ward learned the value of hard work and helping others. These values led him to commit $500,000 to the Building Tomorrow Today campaign.

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A New Life

Dick Lund of Sioux Falls was diagnosed with type II diabetes in1995 and chronic kidney disease in 2012. With the help of the Sanford Transplant Program, his life was saved

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Family Celebrates Daughter's Memory with Gift

Dr. Vinod and Aruna Seth, with the help of Tracey Lockrem, Sanford speech pathologist, donated a Tobii Eye.

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10 Years of Providing Hope, Strength and Courage

Sanford Palliative Care Service helps our patients and their loved ones cope with life-limiting conditions. Learn how donors to Palliative Care make a difference.

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World-Class Care Brings Grand Forks Patient to Bemidji

“I’ve got nothing but praise for that place,” said David Sage, of his experiences as a patient at Sanford Bemidji. Donors helped provide the equipment and specially-trained medical team to save his life.

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Building Miracles for Kids

A local home builder constructed a $500,000 home and agreed to donate all profits from the sale to Children’s Miracle Network, which helps provide state-of-the-art equipment, education and programs, research and direct family assistance to Sanford Children’s Hospital the region’s only Children’s Miracle Network Hospital.

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Picking up the Pieces

Kristan Phipps is picking up the pieces of life again, grateful for the Sanford Bemidji physicians and cancer team that supported her through a tumultuous battle with breast cancer.

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New Program Provides Freedom for Patients

In May 2012, Heather Shongo was the first patient at the Peritoneal Dialysis (PD) program in the Dialysis Unit at Sanford Bemidji. Prior to that, she had to drive more than two hours for monthly nephrology visits. With the help of donors, patients like Shongo have access to care close to their homes.

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