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The Village Family Service Center

Media Center

The Village is home to experts on a wide range of topics, including mental health, family dynamics, addiction, youth mentoring, adoption, effective workplaces, and more. To arrange an interview with someone at The Village, please contact: 

Sherri Hashbarger
Director of Marketing and Communications

shashbarger@thevillagefamily.org
701-451-4934 (w); 701-799-7451 (c)

Date:
11/17/2020
FARGO – Big Brothers Big Sisters of The Village Family Service Center has received a grant in the amount of $5,000 from the Alex Stern Family Foundation to defend the potential of youth in the Fargo-Moorhead community. Big Brothers Big Sisters matches kids ages 6 to 14 with volunteer “Bigs”...
Date:
11/16/2020
FARGO – The Village Family Service Center has been awarded a $48,400 grant from the Otto Bremer Trust , a bank holding company and private charitable trust based in St. Paul, Minnesota. These funds will allow the nonprofit organization to implement new technology in its adoption program and development department...
Date:
10/26/2020
FARGO – Big Brothers Big Sisters of The Village Family Service Center recently received a $30,000 grant from the Robert E. Herman Charitable Trust. Grant funds will enable staff to provide direct services to area youth and the adult volunteers who mentor them. Specific tasks to be performed with grant...
Date:
10/6/2020
FARGO – Big Brothers Big Sisters (BBBS) of The Village Family Service Center has received a $5,000 grant from the Fargo Kiwanis for program support. Funds will be used to initiate and monitor valuable, one-to-one mentoring matches for youth in the Fargo-Moorhead community who are in need of additional adult...
Date:
9/18/2020
The Village Family Service Center has received several grants recently that help sustain its behavioral health services . The Village is grateful to these organizations for their support: Verendrye Electric Trust’s Operation Round Up awarded The Village in Minot a $1,000 grant. These funds will be used to purchase therapeutic...