Good People Doing Good Things in the local Sioux Empire community to help one another navigate the coronavirus and its impact on our lives.
Good People Doing Good Things
Dakota Wesleyan Students Volunteer In Their Communities
Instead of just staying at home watching television or sleeping in, students at Dakota Wesleyan University stepped up and volunteered throughout their communities.
Free Lunch Friday for Workers at Good Samaritan Society Locations
44i Inc. and the Pickle Barrel are teaming up again for "Free Lunch Friday" to show appreciation for area workers who are on the frontline, fighting COVID- 19. This week they will honor the staff members at both the Good Samaritan Village and Luther Manor.
Salvation Army Striving to Help Everyone in Need During COVID- 19
This week is National Salvation Army Week. The Salvation Army has helped our nation through some of the most challenging times our history.
Active Generations Delivering more Meals on Wheels Than Ever
Active Generations "Meals on Wheels" program is currently serving an astounding 500 meals a day, five days a week to individuals from 10:45-12:30.
Girl Scouts-Dakota Horizons Donates 60,000 Packages of Cookies
Leave it to the Girl Scouts to brighten your day with cookies!
Sioux Falls Man Offers His RV To Medical Workers During COVID-19
RVs 4 MDs is a national group on Facebook making sure they meet this need for medical workers across the country, including Sioux Falls.
Free Lunch Friday for Sanford Medical-Surgical and ICU Nurses
This Friday, 44i and the Pickle Barrel will be delivering a sub sandwich, chips, and, of course, one of their delicious pickles to the main Sanford Hospital for the Med-Surg and ICU departments at 3 pm.
Sanford Employee Crisis Fund Raising Money To Help Workers
Everyone who lives in the Sioux Empire knows about Sanford Health. But you may not know that those who work there have put a fund together to ensure their workers can receive the help they need in times of hardship.
Feeding South Dakota Using Mobile Food Pantries To Help Those In
Back in March, Feeding South Dakota had to shut down their pantries. But now, they're using mobile food pantries more than ever to ensure no one goes hungry during the pandemic.