Thursday, September 20, 2018
River Ridge Gun Club
47028 547th Lane
Courtland, MN 56021
It’s the first EVER fundraising event for NUMAS Haus! Help us shoot down homelessness as you get ready for hunting season. Your $150 registration fee includes 14 stages of sporting clays (100 targets), one raffle ticket, dinner with entertainment by Al Batt, and chances to win both individual and team awards. Additional raffle tickets may be purchased at the dinner. Invite a guest to join you for just the dinner portion of the evening for $40. Al Batt is a writer, speaker, storyteller, humorist, and author of “A Life Gone to the Birds.”
River Ridge Gun Club, located just off Highway 14 between New Ulm and Courtland MN, is a premier gaming and clay preserve, offering Minnesota’s finest extended hunting season along with a scenic, fully automated 100 round sporting clay course.
Dinner is catered by Swany’s Pub, and will be served at the Courtland Community Center, 300 Railroad Street in Courtland, MN.
Call 507-327-6258 to register before September 1, 2018!
Want to spend a few hours each month making a difference in the lives of single moms and their kids? Please complete the application to become a NUMAS Haus volunteer, and the shelter coordinator will contact you to schedule training!
Click the link below to access our Spring 2018 newsletter! If you are not currently on our mailing list and would like to be added, please email your contact information to Karla Diehn, Shelter Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 507-359-2202. Thank you!
Click the link below to access our first newsletter that went out last week! If you are not currently on our mailing list and would like to be added, please email your contact information to Karla Diehn, Shelter Coordinator, at email@example.com.
Please help NUMAS Haus reach our goal of raising $6,000 through the Give to the Max Event! Donations are accepted on our online GiveMN page now through November 16th by clicking here.
But WAIT! There’s more! The NUMAS Haus Board of Directors have agreed to match up to $3,000 in donations. That means that our first $3,000 in donations can be turned into $6,000 instantly!
Through your donations, NUMAS Haus can continue to change lives right here in our community by providing emergency shelter and support services to women and children in the Brown County area. We thank you for the continued support!
We are pleased to announce the hiring of our new Shelter Coordinator, Karla Diehn. Karla resides in Fairfax, MN with her husband and children. She received her A.A.S. Degree from Ridgewater College in 2010 and is currently completing her Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work at the University of North Dakota. Karla has a strong passion for helping others, recognizing the worth and dignity of each individual, and guiding them on a path for a successful future. We are excited to have Karla join our team!
There are currently no paid positions available at NUMAS Haus. However, unpaid internships and volunteer positions are always available. Contact the shelter coordinator at 507-359-2202 or firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more!
So many folks have dropped off gifts at the house this week, we are overwhelmed with gratitude (and running out of storage space)! Thank you to everyone who has added to the joy of the season by directing your generosity to NUMAS Haus. We are so grateful!
NUMAS Haus is currently raising funds to continue its work into the coming year. If you would like to help, please send a check to NUMAS Haus at PO Box 291, New Ulm, MN 56073. Online giving is also available through GiveMN.org.
NUMAS Haus really needs volunteers to staff the shelter, especially evenings and weekends. If you would like to make a difference in this way, contact shelter director Patty Paulson (507-359-2202, email@example.com) and schedule an orientation session with her.