- Associated Press - Saturday, December 24, 2016

FARGO, N.D. (AP) - The Fargo chapter of an international philanthropic organization meant to provide free creative support to nonprofits is ready to shift into high gear.

The group is called Good For Nothing. It was first formed in the United Kingdom and has more than 40 chapters around the world. There are two clubs in the United States, in Fargo and New York City.

The Fargo chapter held its first event in late summer and helped four nonprofits with marketing, advertising and branding.

Kathryn Roemmich (REHM’-ick) is president-elect for the board of the North Dakota Based Family Services Association, which was selected to participate in the first gig. Roemmich says her group went into the event hoping to get a new logo and came out with an entirely new brand.

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