Trinity Health Foundation receives donation for capital campaign
AgCountry Farm Credit Services donates $50,000 to the fundriasing effort for Trinity's new medical campus.
MINOT, N.D. • Trinity Health Foundation says it has received a $50,000 donation from AgCountry Farm Credit Services.
The donation is for the Trinity Health Healthcare Campus and Medical District Capital Campaign. The check was presented to Foundation Director Dusty Zimmerman and Trinity Health Foundation Development Officer Jamie Swenson.
“Access to quality health care is a critical need for rural residents,” AgCountry President and CEO Marc Knisely said. “This project will provide first-class service to farmers, ranchers, rural residents, and others in the region for years to come. We are proud to work with Trinity Health for the betterment of health throughout western North Dakota.”
Those who presented the check included AgCountry Farm Credit Services representatives Curt Van Dyke, regional president; Todd Erickson, SVP producer marketing; Tom Henry, director AgCountry Board of Directors; Bryan Ankenbauer, director AgCountry Board of Directors; and Teresa Kjellberg, marketing specialist.
Trinity Health Foundation is in the midst of the Trinity Health Healthcare Campus and Medical District Capital Campaign to raise $15 million to support the $520.5 million project. To date, Trinity Health Foundation has raised $5 million. Donations are being sought from regional and national foundations, corporate donors, private donors, and Trinity Health staff through fundraisers.
Construction on Trinity Health’s new Healthcare Campus and Medical District is expected to be completed in January 2023. Following that, a number of activities are required to be completed before move-in including equipment installation that is required to acclimate for several months in the new environment prior to patient use creating an anticipated opening in May 2023.
“AgCountry Farm Credit Services has been a tremendous supporter of the financial needs of our rural residents throughout North Dakota for many years,” Zimmerman said. “We are excited to partner with this generous organization to help them also support the healthcare needs of those residents through their financial assistance of the new Trinity Health Healthcare Campus and Medical District.
“Trinity Health patients, staff, and board members, thank you for your generosity in helping us to develop a brand-new, state-of-the-art facility so that we can continue to fulfill our mission.”