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You Make the Difference

The kids in treatment at Nexus sites and affiliates are just kids. Many lack the basic necessities like warm gloves or socks. Others would love the opportunity to ride a bike, play a video game, purchase books, or go to prom.

Your donations help us fulfill these requests.

As a nonprofit, Nexus receives funding that provides for treatment, lodging, and food for kids in our care. But it doesn’t cover the things that let kids be kids.

That’s where you come in. Your cash or in-kind donations create a bit of brightness in the life of a child.

Your donations have provided things that enrich the lives of the kids in our care:
  • Yoga mats
  • Hygiene items
  • Table games, puzzles, video games
  • Duffle bags
  • Haircuts
  • Stuffed animals
  • Winter hats/mittens
  • Journals
  • Sleds
  • Crayons, Markers/Coloring Books
  • Sandbox toys
  • Outdoor equipment and activities

Please contact us today to find out how you can help.

A little means so much.


IN THE NEWS @ NEXUS
Join us for our first annual fundraising event!
Devon is looking for a permanent home

Devon is looking for a permanent home

Family Adolescents and Children Therapy Services (FACTS) affiliates with Nexus, expanding and strengthening programs serving Minnesota children and families.

Family Adolescents and Children Therapy Services (FACTS) affiliates with Nexus

Mille Lacs Academy 24th Annual Charity Golf Tournament

Mille Lacs Academy 24th Annual Charity Golf Tournament

Nexus Names New Board Chair, Welcomes 5 New Board Members

Nexus Names New Board Chair, Welcomes 5 New Board Members

Foster Hope Run

Join us for the Foster Hope 5k and 1 Mile Run (formerly known as Fergus Falls Turkey Trot)

Wayzata Middle School Shows Support for Kindred Family Focus

Wayzata Middle School Shows Support for Kindred Family Focus

The Library
The Library
A list of resources for parents
Parenting Partner
Parenting Partner
Helpful articles for parents
Family Matters
Family Matters
(Q&A with Dr. Michelle Murray, Ph.D.)