Domestic Violence Crisis Center Receives Donation

Every year, Farm Credit Services donates money to non-profit organizations across western North Dakota.

This year, they gave away three-hundred sixty thousand dollars and seventy-five hundred of that went to the Domestic Violence Crisis Center in Minot.

The money is going to replace two furnaces in the transitional living area.

The transitional living allows women and their kids to live in an apartment for up to 18 months.

The executive director says that every penny counts and it will help make victims more comfortable during their stay.

"We provide the apartment units for our clients and so that's going to help in the longevity of our services for those clients." said Jill McDonald, DVCC Executive Director.

So far this year, the domestic violence crisis center has housed over 3,000 clients.

 


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