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Save the date – Giving Hearts Day is February 8, 2024!

In order to continue bringing our mission to life, each year we participate in Giving Hearts Day, our region’s one-day giving event! Funds raised on Giving Hearts Day allow us to continue to provide a Christ-centered employment setting in which to teach, enrich, and learn from the incredible individuals that we have the privilege of working with. Every dollar given on Giving Hearts Day powers an individual’s unique journey to grow and thrive.

About Giving Hearts Day

Founded in 2008, Giving Hearts Day is a 24-hour event for charities in North Dakota and northwest Minnesota. Each year, Giving Hearts Day provides a platform for charities to fund their missions through an ever-increasing community of donors, many of whom get to experience the joy of giving for the first time. The longest-running giving day in the country, Giving Hearts Day has helped participating charities raise more than $138 million since its founding.




Support Farm in the Dell!

Below are some ways that you can support our mission between now and Giving Hearts Day. We encourage you to join us in the generosity movement - your gift will change lives.

Check back later for details and more information about the 2024 event – including donation information, a link to our Giving Hearts Day portal, and more!

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Help support the farm


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Please send checks to:

Farm in the Dell, RRV

P.O. Box 975

Moorhead, MN 56561

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Connect on social media: @farminthedellrrv

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Farm in the Dell was founded with the intention of providing job opportunities for individuals with developmental disabilities. We work closely with local families and agencies to connect individuals with purposeful work that fills their spirits, sharpens their minds, and cultivates joy.  Our employees find space at the farm to discover their passions, gain confidence in their abilities, and find meaningful community.


The farm is a place where individuals with disabilities are accepted and included, diversity is appreciated and celebrated, people with and without disabilities find purpose together, and each one of us can experience and enjoy God’s creation.




Please reach out to Anna Sather, Executive Director, at or 218.593.3355.

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