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Benefis Foundation is here to make sure you’re able to do the most good you can do. If you want to see your donation unfold and make a difference in your community, read these inspiring stories. They provide the kind of “thank you” that goes far beyond those simple words.
After struggling to conceive for two years, Lexi and Dillon Udelhoven’s prayers were answered—they were pregnant with not one or even two, but three boys.
When Jordan Kleinhans was 11 years old, he began having frequent headaches, sensitivity to light, and excessive fatigue. A CT scan revealed a heartbreaking discovery—there was a dime-sized tumor in the middle of his brain, and his brain was filling with fluid.
Michaela Munsterteiger, a 20-year-old junior at Montana State University, aspires to follow in her grandmother’s footsteps by becoming a nurse and helping others.
November 5, 2017 marks one year that Annie Wilson has lived without her beloved husband, Doug. Annie, Organizational Development Specialist at Benefis, and Doug, IT Solutions Analyst at Benefis, found each other later in life and were acutely aware of how fortunate they were to experience such pure love and happiness together.
When twins Meredith and Anthony Semenza were just 10 years old, they lost their father, Trevor, in a car accident. Learning to grieve after such a tragic loss is difficult at any age, but the Semenza family found a resource that has helped make the most difficult time in their lives a little less painful.
Ten years ago, Cara Piccono was on an evening motorcycle ride with her husband, Phil, when she was hit by a car in Great Falls
On October 6, 2017, Davin Buffington delivered her son, Colt, via emergency C-section, eight weeks before his due date. Weighing in at just 3 pounds and 15 ounces, Colt and his mom would face several frightening challenges over the following months.
When Tim Sorensen’s late wife Marge was diagnosed with breast cancer 15 years ago, they were frantically searching for hotel rooms in Great Falls when another Lewistown couple told them about Benefis Gift of Life Housing Center.
As she watched her twin granddaughters fight for their lives in the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU), Patti Ashmore was in a familiar place. Thirty-five years earlier, her son was a Benefis NICU baby, too.
Cooking his specialty – a spaghetti dinner – was one patient’s way to say “I love you” to his family. With a little help in the kitchen, he cooked that meal to show his gratitude for the staff and his care for the other patients of Benefis Peace Hospice of Montana.
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