AID, Inc. is a non-profit organization serving Morton and Burleigh counties in North Dakota. Their goal is to provide temporary, emergency assistance to help families and individuals stay in their homes and become self-sufficient. Established in 1983, AID, Inc., helps with past-due rent and utilities, provides food for hungry families, helps individuals get to a job interview and medical appointments, and helps with many other unmet needs. In the last 2 years, AID, Inc., provided assistance to over 4,300 adults and children in the two counties. 58,000 pounds of food were distributed.
Individuals and families seeking assistance go through an interview process to determine eligibility. AID, Inc. considers all requests although they are not always able to assist. They also operate a Food Pantry. Food is received through the Great Plains Food Bank and the Great Plains Recovery program, as well as through local food drives. AID, Inc., passes along over-abundance of products, produce, bakery, etc. to area churches, soup kitchens, agencies, day cares and shoppers and clients.
Please call the Help Center at 701-663-1274 to schedule your appointment for needs assistance.
Hours of operation for the Help Center: Monday-Friday 10 am to 4 pm
Food Pantry Hours: Monday-Friday 10:00 am to 4 pm.
The AID, Inc., vision: “To help people in need become self-sustaining.”