Give Today

For 60 years, the FM Area Foundation has partnered with individuals, families, businesses and nonprofits to create a variety of funds to support our community. Today, we manage more than 400 charitable funds, some with specific purposes, and others that support the community's greatest needs.

You can help make a difference by giving to an existing fund listed below, or you can contact us to set up your own charitable fund to support the causes you care about. Whichever way you choose to give, we are honored to be the steward of your generosity.

If the fund you want is not listed, simply type a portion of the name in the search field below, or click, "show all funds list." This giving page may not be compatible with Internet Explorer. If you have questions, please contact us at 701.234.0756 or email greg@areafoundation.org.

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Discretionary/Un
Donate Coffee for Healthcare Heroes
This fund supports, caffeinates and brings joy to frontline healthcare heroes working in the hospitals in the Fargo-Moorhead area. All proceeds of this fund go toward purchasing coffee for our local heroes. We invite the community to join us in showing appreciation and support for the dedication and hard work of healthcare workers in our community. This fund was created in partnership with the Offutt Family Foundation.

Thank you to our corporate contributors: R.D. Offutt Company and Microsoft TechSpark.
Donate Community Response Fund of Cass and Clay Counties
A disaster fund to support community-based organizations engaging in direct response, service and support following a community crisis or disaster in Cass County, North Dakota, and Clay County, Minnesota.
Fiscal Sponsorship
Donate Spirit of the Sandbagger Public Art Project
The Spirit of the Sandbagger Public Art Project fund provides support to the Fargo Lions Club's 100th anniversary project to honor the FM community flood fighters through the years. The Fargo Lions Club will work with a local artist to create and install a piece of art depicting the community's flood fighters in Riverside Gardens along the Red River in downtown Fargo.
Other Funds