BISMARCK, ND — The North Dakota Democratic-NPL, in coordination with the National Day of Service on January 18, hosted a Virtual Food Drive and thank-you note drive for frontline workers. With the help of dozens of volunteers across the state, the Dem-NPL raised $3,860 for the Great Plains Food Bank, which will provide more than 11,500 meals to North Dakotans who are experiencing hunger and food insecurity. The Dem-NPL will also be distributing more than 120 notes of gratitude to frontline workers across the state.
Dem-NPL Chair Kylie Oversen said:
“We are so appreciative of the many supporters and volunteers who stepped up to participate in our Day of Service projects! The Dem-NPL is always committed to helping people in need, whether through events like this, through policy, or through elections. We are especially grateful to the thousands of frontline workers in our state who risk their lives every day and want to be sure that they receive the gratitude and respect that they deserve.”