10 nonprofits from five states selected to each receive a $10,000 grant


To celebrate MDU Resources’ 100th anniversary, the MDU Resources Foundation is donating $100,000 to charities in communities where the company operates. This amount is in addition to the foundation’s nearly $1.8 million scheduled grants for 2024. And to broaden the impact, 10 charities will each receive a $10,000 donation.

“Rolland Heskett founded MDU Resources in 1924 on the value of ‘when communities thrive, we thrive,’” said Nicole Kivisto, president and CEO of MDU Resources. “One hundred years later, the company still embodies this value, and we can’t think of a better way to celebrate our 100th anniversary than by supporting charities that help make our communities better places to live.”

Employees with MDU Resources companies were invited to nominate their favorite charity to be considered for one of the grants.

The 10 nonprofits selected to receive a $10,000 grant are located in five states and include:

“These grants are special, not just because they commemorate MDU Resources’ 100th anniversary, but also because our employees had a role in the selection process,” said Cory Fong, president and director of the MDU Resources Foundation. “These grants reflect our employees’ community spirit and generosity.”


About MDU Resources
MDU Resources Group, Inc., a member of the S&P MidCap 400 index, provides essential products and services through its regulated energy delivery and construction services businesses. Founded in 1924, the company is celebrating its 100th anniversary; learn more at www.mdu.com/100th-anniversary. For more information about MDU Resources, visit www.mdu.com or contact the Investor Relations Department at [email protected].

About MDU Resources Foundation
The MDU Resources Foundation was started in 1983 as the philanthropic arm of MDU Resources Group. Since then, the foundation has contributed almost $45 million to worthwhile charities and organizations. The foundation considers grant requests in five categories: health and human services, education, civic and community activities, culture and arts, and environment.



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