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Caring for Others Brings Great Joy

Caring for Others Brings Great Joy

Herb and Jan Hegstad find joy in many places. They like to dance, play cards, and have friends over to visit. They enjoy wintering in Arizona where tennis, shuffleboard, Bocce ball, Bible study, and church services are all just a short walk away. And, they find joy in spending time with their children and grandchildren. But, their greatest joy is found in the Lord, and in caring for others.…

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A life well lived – Dr. Norman Luebkeman

A life well lived – Dr. Norman Luebkeman

When Norman Luebkeman died in 2015, he left the majority of his estate, in excess of $2,000,000, to charity—with over $216,000 going to the Dakota Boys and Girls Ranch. Through his gift, Norman will live on through the many precious children who find hope and healing at the Ranch.…

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Double Blessings: Stock Transfer Blesses Ranch Kids as Well as Donors

Double Blessings: Stock Transfer Blesses Ranch Kids as Well as Donors

Ron and Shirley Hankel’s faith inspires them to financially support the Ranch—where they are helping to share Christ’s love and forgiveness with kids at the Ranch.…

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God moments at Dakota Boys and Girls Ranch

God moments at Dakota Boys and Girls Ranch

God moments happen all around us. It’s especially easy to see God’s presence in the spring, as dormant bulbs break through the ground, and trees begin to bud and leaf out. In North Dakota, it has been an especially cold and long winter, so we are just beginning to see the new life of spring. Fortunately for us, God moments happen at the Ranch regardless of the weather!…

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Donating IRA Assets to Charity: What You Need to Know

Donating IRA Assets to Charity: What You Need to Know

If you plan to include charitable gifts in your estate plans, consider leaving your cash and other investment assets to your heirs; with retirement plan assets going to a charity like Dakota Boys and Girls Ranch. Why? Your heirs will pay significant taxes on any retirement assets, while tax-exempt charities will not. Other assets, like your home and stocks, can be sold by your heirs with little or no tax due.…

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