Foundation Stories

One Woman’s Breast Cancer Journey

Initially, Charlene Siddens was not overly concerned when she first discovered the lump in her breast. But in July 2015, she learned it was cancer.

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Donors Ensure Services like Spiritual Care

Because of our generous donors to spiritual care at Sanford Health, more Sanford Affiliated Faith Community Nurses are impacting lives through the 100 congregations they serve in North Dakota and Minnesota.

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Donors Ensure Quality Care for Cancer Patients

There are lots of days that can stick in your mind. For Kim Schmidt, he remembers as clearly as if it were yesterday the day he was diagnosed with cancer.

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Unrestricted Funds Support Unique Programs

Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT), a new program at Sanford Health, is giving parents a boost of encouragement and training to help ease the stress of raising a child with behavior issues.

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Donors Provide Lifesaving Equipment for Children

Five-year-old Lizzie Nelson and her twin sister, Leah, are typical energetic toddlers. So their parents grew concerned by Lizzie's paleness and lack of energy.

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Donors Make a Difference on Neonatal Care

Piper Fischer has both charm and courage. What’s most special about Piper is that she’s a fighter, and she needed every ounce of that determination the moment she was born.

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Donors Help Families in Need

Paul Harvey’s “So God made a farmer” speech could have been written about John Falk.

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Eden’s Story

Hannah and Logan Hauff were caught off-guard when – at 32 weeks – Hannah felt contractions … and two days later their baby arrived.

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Caring for Precious Newborns

Kory and Lindsey Grise’s twin boys were rushed to the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at birth where physicians and nurses could provide one-on-one care.

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Hospice Campaign Reaches Milestone

An outpouring of community support for Sanford’s Gift of Time campaign has ensured that construction of an acute-level hospice facility will begin next spring.

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