Caring for our most precious resources

Our Mission

The mission of the Log a Load For Kids Foundation program is to raise funds to improve children's health through treatment, education and research at Children's Miracle Network (CMN) Hospitals and other local children's hospitals.

Who Are We?

Log A Load for Kids is an annual campaign which began in 1988 when loggers and others in the forest products community donated the value of a load of logs to their local CMN hospital. Today, Log A Load is a leader in CMN Hospitals’ fundraising, raising more than $2 million annually through golf tournaments, fishing events, dinners, truck loads of log donations and other events.

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Latest from Log a Load For Kids

Professional Logging Contractors of Maine Raises $44,000 for Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals

May 22, 2017

The Professional Logging Contractors (PLC) of Maine held its 22nd Annual Meeting Friday, May 5 with guests including U.S. Representative Bruce Poliquin, and raised a record $44,000 for the Log A Load for Kids Foundation to benefit Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals. The event also included the presentation of awards to Congressman Poliquin, Maine State Senator…

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Lee Anne Fitzgerald of Arkansas Named 2017 Volunteer Champion

May 12, 2017

The Log A Load For Kids Foundation has named Lee Anne Fitzgerald of Retif Oil & Fuel as the 2017 Volunteer Champion for her dedication and service in Arkansas Log A Load’s charitable efforts.  Since 2006, Lee Anne has been a consistent, driving force in the Central Arkansas Log A Load For Kids, working hard to…

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FRA’S 2017 National Outstanding Logger Donates $1,000 to Minnesota Hospital

May 11, 2017

Charleston, S.C. – The Forest Resources Association and STIHL Incorporated honored Hasbargen Logging, Inc. from Birchdale, Minnesota as the National Outstanding Logger at FRA’s Annual Meeting in Charleston, South Carolina on May 3rd.  FRA Chairman Bill Johnson presented Kit Hasbargen with a wooden plaque, while STIHL’s Kent Hall presented Hasbargen Logging with a $1,000 check. …

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