UND and Altru Partner on ‘Get Moving Challenge’
Grand Forks, N.D. – The University of North Dakota and Altru are partnering to support health and wellness, across our organizations and community, through the ‘Get Moving Challenge.’
The ‘Get Moving Challenge’ begins on Sunday, August 30 and is open to all staff, faculty, students, friends and family. It’s a four week-long event where participants keep track of their steps, or convert various activities into steps and log them into an online portal. The ‘Get Moving Challenge’ is aimed to encourage and promote physical lifelong well-being. Winners will be announced each week. We will also be giving out prizes including six $100 grand prizes.
The ‘Get Moving Challenge’ is a way to promote physical well-being during the uncertainty of the COVID-19 pandemic. The University of North Dakota and Altru are the two largest employers in Grand Forks. We’re working together to focus on getting healthy, while supporting each other as team members, coworkers and friends.
About the University of North Dakota
The University of North Dakota is the chief opportunity engine for North Dakota and its 14,000 students. With a bustling 550-acre campus, located in Grand Forks in the heart of the northern Red River Valley, UND is a leader and innovator in energy, medicine, aviation and autonomous systems.
About Altru Health System
Based in Grand Forks, North Dakota, Altru Health System is a physician-led, multispecialty group practice with an acute care hospital, Level II trauma center, specialty hospital, more than two dozen Grand Forks and regional practice locations, and a large home care network. Altru Health System was the first member of the Mayo Clinic Care Network, extending Mayo Clinic knowledge and expertise to the patients we serve. For more information, visit altru.org.