American Federal has donated its first installment in a series of cash gifts over five years to the RiverView Foundation’s Capital Campaign for the health care facility’s hospital and clinic replacement building project set for completion this fall.
“In 2019, Giving Hearts Day launched RiverView’s $2-million capital campaign to support a meditation room, inpatient unit patient rooms, labor and delivery rooms, and family suites in a new 80,000-square-foot building,” said Bill Anderson, Crookston Market President, American Federal Bank. “American Federal’s donation is a great kick off to “Giving Hearts Day 2020.”
Giving Hearts Day is February 13
Giving Hearts Day, celebrated this year on Thursday, February 13, is a 24-hour give-a-thon for non-profits like the RiverView Foundation. Each year, Giving Hearts Day provides a platform for local charities to fund their missions through an ever-increasing community of donors, many of whom get to experience the joy of giving for the first time.
American Federal employees in Crookston joined Kent Bruun, Director of the RiverView Health Foundation, for a photo after presenting the Foundation with a check earmarked for the capital campaign. In the photo, from left, are Ag and Business Banker Kyle Page, Senior Associate Stephanie Overgaard, Associate Banker Brooke Hassel, Associate Nancy Vakoch, Market President Bill Anderson, Bruun, Associate Banker and Associate Manager Dan Erdman, Associate Stacy Montalvo, Ag and Business Banker Taylor Sannes and Associate Jenessa Kelley.
Photo by RiverView