As a way to honor Martin Luther King, Jr., the North Dakota Dem-NPL is doing its part in giving back to communities, statewide.
Across the country people honor the Civil Rights leader by participating in a day of service.
That’s why the Dem-NPL party decided to start collecting and giving out notes of gratitude to front line workers.
They are also holding a statewide virtual food drive until midnight on Monday, raising funds for the Great Plains Food Bank.
“2020 in particular was really hard on a lot of families. A lot of people lost jobs, lost wages, and our food pantries across the state have been experiencing an increase in demand and a need,” said Kylie Oversen, the North Dakota Democratic-NPL Chairwoman.
The party’s goal was to raise $3,000 for the food bank.