North Oaks Holiday Home Tour Boutique & Luncheon -
A Fundraiser for Children's Hospitals
Changing Lives...One Child at a Time
Once again Linder’s was proud to partner with North Oaks Guild
to participate in their fundraising efforts by decorating the
exterior of two beautiful homes in the North Oaks Community. We
hope you had a chance to visit these exquisitely decorated homes to
support this wonderful event.
All proceeds benefit Children's Hospitals and Clinics of
Minnesota. This annual event earns between $35,000 and
$40,000 each year. Since its inception in 1962, the North Oaks
Guild I has contributed a total of $670,257.00 to Children’s
Posted on November 21, 2012
In 2011 alone, Linder's mailed checks totaling over $50,000 to
the participating fundraiser groups. Since 2006, we’ve donated more
To learn more, click here.
Posted on June 10, 2011
Hundreds of children get to see and experience first hand our
greenhouses including our seeding, soil, and transplanting areas as
well as the numerous growing greenhouses. However, the biggest hit
is usually seeing our very own parrot "Baby" in our Retail Garden
Here are just a couple of the many wonderful thank you notes we
receive each year from school children who come to visit our
greenhouse each spring.
Posted on May 24, 2011
Our troop has sent a thank you in the mail and you should receive
it shortly. I just wanted to express additional gratitude to
you and Linders for helping us with this project. The girls
enjoyed planting the flowers. When we delivered them to the
Cerenity Care Center in White Bear Lake, it was such an awesome
experience. There were many smiles and tears of happiness
from the residents and our troop. You really helped us make a
difference in so many lives.
Thank you again for making this possible!!
Girl Scout Troop 55302 Leader
P.S. Attached are a couple of photos from when we planted the
flowers and delivered them. Printed copies are enclosed in
the thank you that we mailed.
Posted on January 11, 2011
Thanks to you and Linder's for donating annuals and perennials for
Hope Community’s recent volunteer event. The event was a
great success with volunteers working on three of our major gardens
over a 2-day period.
Hope Community is a non-profit community development organization
in the Phillips Community in South Minneapolis, located just 10
blocks from the Minneapolis downtown business district. We
build and manage affordable housing and offer community engagement
activities for children, teens, young adults and families that
builds and strengthens our community.
Please let me know if you need any other information that might be
Hope Community, Inc.
611 E. Franklin Avenue
Minneapolis, MN 55404
Posted on October 28, 2010