Guide to giving

Support any area of health care at Sanford that matters most to you and know that every dollar will give...
Change In 24

Change In 24

On Dec. 12, Change in 24, the Sanford Health Foundation’s annual day of giving, raised nearly $15,000 for cancer patients...
A tiny patient with mighty strength

A tiny patient with mighty strength

She may be tiny, but Leigha Ness is all heart. Leigha was born full-term weighing barely 3 pounds — the...

Giving to bridge the care gap in central South Dakota

“We have to get rolling to get some new young physicians out here,” says Dr. Tom Huber, site director for...
Enoch Illunga

Music therapy transforms young patient

Enoch Illunga loves music. With an instrument in his hands, most often a ukulele, he transforms from a sick 11-year-old...
Kindness inspires Guardian Angel gift at Sanford Thief River Falls

Kindness inspires Guardian Angel gift at Sanford Thief River Falls

Earlier this year, Natalie Hamrum and her husband, Tyrell, became first-time parents when they welcomed their daughter, Elise, to the...

The Sanford Lorraine Cross Award: ‘For us, it’s personal’

Story by Kelby and Heidi Krabbenhoft Heidi and I made our gift to the Sanford Lorraine Cross Award in good...

6 ways donors made a difference in 2019

Over the past year, the generosity of donors to the Sanford Health Foundation helped give hope and healing to patients...
Making miracles at Midwest Communications Radiothon for Kids

Making miracles at Midwest Communications Radiothon for Kids

On Dec. 5 and 6, during the 14th annual Midwest Communications Radiothon for Kids presented by Seykora Remodeling, an incredible...
John-Davis2

Forever grateful for heart care at Sanford Bismarck

As an avid scuba diver and world traveler, John Davis has clocked more than 800 hours under water, routinely venturing...

Meet Lily: 2020 GABR Star

Registration is now open for the Great American Bike Race (GABR). Visit gabr.sanfordhealth.org today to reserve your team’s spot for...

Heart patient gets new chance at life

This holiday season, 86-year-old Eunice Wunderlich and her family are celebrating a new chance at life. This time last year,...
Tim Lee

‘We’re very lucky’: In Hillsboro, patients find best of both worlds

As an avid golfer, Tim Lee was spending a summer day on the green when he felt numbness wash over...

Local family celebrates Guardian Angels at Sanford Joe Lueken Cancer Center

How do you thank people who care for someone you love? Sisters Kari Gregg and Wendy Kloeppner knew words alone...

Meet the NICU’s smallest graduate

As Jacinda and John Tracy prepared to welcome their first child, due in June 2019, they never imagined their little...