Over the past 10+ years, Thomsen Homes has been proud to build quality homes for individuals and families to call home. “We are grateful for all of those who have trusted us to make their dreams come true, and have a passion to make a difference in the lives of not only our homebuyers but to all those in the various communities we serve in,” said Nate Anderson, New Home Consultant/Broker. Part of the reason the team at Thomsen Homes loves building houses is their passion to enrich the lives of all those they interact with. One way they can do that is through giving back. “As a company, we feel it’s so important to give back to the community. Not only do we give back monetarily but donate our time as well as part of our give-back initiatives,” said Anderson
“Our team has put in hours upon hours through the years to various non-profit organizations throughout the community,” said Anderson. Each year has been different for the company’s giveback initiative, but no year stands out more than 2020. On March 21st, Thomsen Homes launched a giveback initiative to help alleviate some financial instabilities due to COVID-19. The initiative, which was originally set for $50,000, was to be given to those different individuals, businesses, and organizations that had been affected by the pandemic.
The response to the give back initiative took off and Thomsen Homes sought out other businesses that wanted to help in the hopes of making a greater impact. Through the generous donation of almost $60,000 from ten other businesses, along with Thomsen’s 50% additional match, the total impact reached $139,000. Through committee, donors and partnership with the FM Area Community Foundation, Thomsen Homes narrowed the suggested recipients from 156 down to 30 different individuals, businesses, and non-profits with the highest needs. “We were fortunate to be in a position to give back like this. It is really a testament to our community coming together to get through this and come out stronger. We have been blessed to be able to contribute and help where we can. The support and positivity that came from this initiative and our generous partners in the community are indescribable. We live in a very special place with some very amazing people,” said Anderson.
3280 Veterans Blvd
Fargo, ND 58104