Wild center Cullen donates $1M to Fargo Children’s Hospital

Minnesota Wild center Matt Cullen has made a big donation in the fight against cancer. The Wild and the Cullen Children's Foundation announced Friday a donation of $1 million to the Sanford Health Foundation in Fargo, N.D., which is near the player's hometown of Moorhead. The foundation, started by Cullen and his wife, Bridget, in 2003, funds children’s health care needs.
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Minnesota Wild center Matt Cullen has made a big donation in the fight against cancer. The Wild and the Cullen Children's Foundation announced Friday a donation of $1 million to the Sanford Health Foundation in Fargo, N.D., which is near the player's hometown of Moorhead. The foundation, started by Cullen and his wife, Bridget, in 2003, funds children’s health care needs.

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