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Foundations: Spring 2023
The Spring 2023 edition of Foundations presents four retired nurses who currently reside at PioneerCare Center. This issue also serves as our annual report edition looking back at 2022. Learn more about it by reading the magazine posted here, and if you would like to be placed on our mail list to receive future printed editions, please contact us by email.
Foundations: Fall 2022
The Fall 2022 edition of Foundations introduces an exciting new program, PioneerKids, providing on-site childcare just steps away from PioneerCare Center. Learn more about it by reading the magazine posted here, and if you would like to be placed on our mail list to receive future printed editions, please contact us by email.
Foundations: Spring 2022
The Spring 2022 edition of Foundations features a story about people actively creating art within our living and care settings through a unique artist-in-residence program. This edition also contains our annual report information looking back at 2021. We invite you to read on!
Foundations: Fall 2021
The Fall 2021 edition of Foundations features a group of women who reside at Pioneer Pointe. They share memories and stories of favorite family foods and traditions, and tie the conversation back to the experiences and friendships they build at Pioneer Pointe. Read their stories by flipping through the magazine here.
Foundations: Spring 2021
The Spring 2021 edition of Foundations serves as PioneerCare’s annual report. In addition to annual updates, this edition features memories shared by family members who lost a loved one during the 2020-2021 pandemic. It also provides a timeline of notable events and activities at PioneerCare. We invite you to read on, and if you would like to be placed on our mail list to receive future printed editions, please contact us by email.
Foundations: Autumn 2020
Our Autumn 2020 edition of Foundations presents a feature on our Cycling Without Age program, our partnership between PioneerCare and Pedal Fergus Falls. It also provides an introduction to PioneerCare’s Chaplain Krehl Stringer.
Find out what giving does for you. Enjoy the feeling of knowing you make a positive impact in the lives of others. Choose from many ways PioneerCare’s mission can be advanced with your help:
- Take a turn at our Welcome Desk
- Help with Sunday worship
- Accompany someone to their clinic appointment
- Help with special events
- Create a service opportunity that fits your club, team, or other group
Give the priceless gift of time.
Apply now to volunteer or contact the PioneerCare Volunteer Office (218) 998-1506
Since the early years, a core group of volunteers has made it their mission to support the spiritual, mental, and physical wellbeing of people PioneerCare serves. Through gift shop sales, hosting special events, and other efforts, the PioneerCare Auxiliary raises funds toward that mission.
Carol Pocta, Secretary
Lois Stinogel, President
Donna Toso, Treasurer
Julie Erlandson, Staff Auxiliary Liaison
Many individuals and other organizations engage in the mission of PioneerCare through monetary support. PioneerCare Foundation is a non-profit 501c3 organization accepting outright contributions, planned gifts, memorial or honorary donations, and legacy gifts to support and enhance life at PioneerCare.About Pioneercare FoundationBoard of Directors