Trinity Health Foundation launches capital campaign

The fundraising campaign is for Trinity Health's new hospital and medical district.

Trinity Health's new hospital
The new, 594,000-square-foot hospital being built by Trinity Health in Minot, N.D., is scheduled to open in spring 2023.
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MINOT, N.D. • Trinity Health Foundation has launched a $15 million Capital Campaign for the new Trinity Health Healthcare Campus and Medical District.

The Trinity Health Foundation’s $15 million commitment toward the $520.5 million project will be used in conjunction with bond proceeds of $328 million and cash generated from Trinity Health operations of $177.5 million to complete the project, which is scheduled to open in the spring of 2023.

“While the past achievements made by Trinity Health Foundation and our donors have been wonderful, the current project on which Trinity Health is embarking is an opportunity to create lasting change," said Jeffrey Verhey, MD, Chairman, Trinity Health Foundation.

"The new structures will improve the health of our community for generations. Patients will enjoy the new Healthcare Campus and Medical District, receive outstanding medical care, and have a vastly improved experience,”

Trinity Health Foundation Director Dusty Zimmerman indicated “we are looking for residents in our 20-county service area, corporate partners, community-based foundations, local governments, previous Trinity team members, and families of previous providers who are interested in leaving their legacy to the region through a stretch gift to support the new Trinity Health Healthcare Campus and Medical District project.


"Those who came before us helped to establish a facility that has cared for our loved ones for the last 100 years and now it’s our turn to step up and do it for the next 100 years.”

As the campaign continues, residents will begin seeing more information about how to donate throughout the community. Other opportunities include donating online at , texting TRINITY to 71760, or by contacting the Trinity Health Foundation at 701-857-5432 or

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