Fargo Snow is doing good in our community.
Where we live and work means everything to us. That’s why this year, Fargo Snow wants to show our appreciation by doing good in the community we call home and choosing 3 local charities to assist, Pink It Forward, The Fargo Emergency Food Pantry, and Dough 4 Joe.
As a sign of our support, we are pink-wrapping all of our new tractors and blowers. This winter, look for Fargo Snow’s new pink-wrapped equipment around town. They represent your own opportunity to do good by the community as our customer. Any donation of up to $25 that our customers make to our chosen charities will be matched by Fargo Snow.
Anyone can donate through us, customer or not, and all donations will go to the charities. Specifically, we will match our current customer’s donations up to $25 per customer. $3000/annual cap.
HOW TO DONATE
Choose your charity below, and donate via the PayPal link. You do not need a PayPal account to donate, you may use your credit card. Thank you for your support!
Dough 4 Joe was started in 2005 to help Joe Sampson afford his treatments for brain and spinal cancer. Joe lost that fight in 2008, but his charity continues to honor his memory by raising money for the families of children fighting cancer like Joe did.
We’ve just unveiled our new Dough 4 Joe tractor, and we’re financially supporting the charity that gives 100% of their proceeds to brave kids, too.
Pink It Forward, is a local family-run charity that has provided financial assistance to the victims of breast cancer throughout the Fargo community since 2013.
Breast cancer effects many in our community, be it through personal experience or that of a close family member or friend. We are pleased to support the fight against breast cancer through this amazing charity.
THE FARGO EMERGENCY FOOD PANTRY
We’ve greatly admired the efforts of the Fargo Emergency Food Pantry as well, and have provided their snow removal for several years now. We’d like to raise enough money so we may serve them entirely gratis, and to help them stock their shelves with food for anyone in the community who relies on it to get by.
Helping them out is one of the best ways that we can do the most good for everyone where we operate.