Benefit Set For Feb. 20 To Aid Grand Forks Stroke Victim, 18

NDAD is sponsoring a fundraiser set for Thursday, Feb. 20, in Grand Forks to help Grant Campbell, 18, who had a stroke in early January while downhill skiing during a visit with family in LaCrosse, Wis.

Benefit flier for Grant Campbell, 18, of Grand Forks.

Grant, a 2013 Red River High School graduate who attended fall semester at the University of North Dakota, is the son of Patty and Dan Campbell. His grandparents are John and Mary Gerszewski of Oslo, Minn.

The free-will offering benefit features a silent auction and a taco-in-a-bag meal. It will be held from 5 to 8 p.m. Feb. 20 at Holy Family Catholic Church, 1001 S. 17th St., in Grand Forks.

The early list of silent auction items includes local restaurant gift cards, an AstroStart remote starter, Red River High School clothing and much more.

You also can donate to help Grant online, using a credit card or PayPal, by going to the Community Fundraisers page at Click the “Give Online” button near the image of the Grant Campbell benefit flier to proceed to a page to make your donation.

Donations also may be mailed to: NDAD, c/o Grant Campbell Fundraiser, 2660 S. Columbia Road, Grand Forks, N.D. 58201. Please make checks payable to NDAD and be sure to write “Grant Campbell” on the check’s memo line.

Learn more about NDAD’s free-of-charge Community Fundraisers Program and how it may be able to help you help someone with a serious health challenge or disability by calling (800) 532-NDAD (-6323).