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[KSTP-TV News, June 10, 2021]   Allina Health donates 240 bikes to Minneapolis Parks
June 10, 2021
[KARE 11 and KSTP TV, November 12, 2020]   To make distance learning more equitable, some Twin Cities organizations have created learning pods for students
November 12, 2020
[CCX Media, October 02, 2020]   Deb Fortner is an Allina Health nurse with a passion for kids and bikes
October 02, 2020
[KSTP TV, July 31, 2020]   Allina Health's East Lake Street Clinic was the site for a pop-up “Fare For All" food give-away by the Food Group.
July 31, 2020
[WCCO-TV, May 10, 2020]   There's no question that the COVID-19 pandemic is adding stress to our daily live. But how we deal with it depends on each individual. Learn more.
May 10, 2020
[KSTP TV, May 04, 2020]   More than 30 foster kids in Isanti County now have bikes to ride to ride this spring thanks to a donation of bikes and helmets to the Isanti County Family Service. Allina Health and Free Bikes 4 Kidz collected donated bikes last fall and refurbished them for kids in need.
May 04, 2020
[Owatonna People's Press, May 01, 2020]   The use of Allina Health’s Change to Chill and Health Powered Kids websites has increased dramatically since Minnesota schools were closed in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. The free sites provide tools for teens to manage stress and lessons for younger children on nutrition, physical fitness and mind-body balance.
May 01, 2020
[WCCO-TV, April 24, 2020]   A two day blood drive sponsored by Allina Health and Minnesota United soccer team wrapped up Friday. Hundreds turned out to donate blood that is in short supply during the coronavirus pandemic.
April 24, 2020
[WCCO-TV, April 23, 2020]   Allina Health and several other Minnesota organizations are working together to donate bicycles to workers performing essential jobs in the Twin Cities amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Tia Martinson, of Free Bikes For Kids, told WCCO that her organization has partnered with Allina Health, Quality Bike Products and Slow Roll Twin Cities to give away bikes to workers still on the job as the novel coronavirus spreads in the state.
April 23, 2020
[KDWA Radio, February 07, 2020]   Allina Health's Change to Chill program is making a difference at Hasting High School. Kim Hoff, a Hastings High counselor, Simon Hedin, a Hastings High School student and Change to Chill intern, and Susan Nygaard, manager, Community Health Improvement at Allina Health, were interviewed on KDWA about how Change to Chill is working at Hastings High school.
February 07, 2020