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Community of Care receives funding from a wide variety of sources. 

Community of Care's services are provided FREE-OF-CHARGE.  We do not charge for our services, regardless of clients' economic status.  That decision was made when Community of Care was founded in 2003 and has continued for our 20 year history.

We are a public/private partnership with a well-rounded balance of funding sources. The following funding sources supported our mission in 2020: 

  • North Dakota Department of Human Services
  • Otto Bremer Foundation
  • Dakota Medical Foundation
  • Johnson-Iwen (Arthur Area) Foundation
  • Casselton Community Foundation
  • Operation Round-Up (Cass County Electric)
  • Fargo-Moorhead Area Foundation
  • Alex Stern Foundation
  • Rural Cass Roots Campaign
  • Giving Hearts Day
  • Annual Totally Tables (16th annual in 2023)
  • Annual Classic Car/Motorcycle Cruise (12th annual in 2023)
  • Annual "Crops for Care" Commodity Donation Program (9th annual in 2023)
  • Charitable Donations, Memorials, and Gifts in Honor of individuals

How Is Community Of Care Funded

The chart below shows our 2020 funding by category.

  • Otto Bremer Foundation
    Otto Bremer Foundation

    Community of Care has received funding from the Otto Bremer Foundation

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