The HSA Foundation was founded in 1984 in order to receive and accept property exclusively for educational, cultural, charitable or benevolent purposes. The HSA Foundation provides financial support to HSA for capital improvements and purchases of large equipment such as vehicles, computer hardware, etc. The Foundation does not provide funding for operational purposes.
If interested in making a contribution to the Foundation, please contact Kari Johnston, Executive Director of HSA (605) 884-4540
Dr. Jon McAreavey (Chair)
Dennis Evenson (Secretary)
The Foundation Board provided funds to enhance Christmas for over 40 New Horizons individuals. Here Faith Owens, Buddy Hurd, and Sharon Hannah (left to right) enjoyed receiving gifts during the holiday season.
The Human Service Agency Foundation Board Members have been granting wishes and spreading joy to New Horizons clients through the 'Dreams Come True' project. Here Sandy Tierney went to Wisconsin on a Search Tour.
On July 9th, 2021, two New Horizons clients attended the Travis Tritt concert at the Dakota Sioux Casino
The Human Service Agency (HSA) strongly encourages employees to pursue additional formal education in an effort to further their licensing credentials that are directly related to their employment. To further these objectives, the Human Service Agency Foundation has created a scholarship fund for employees of HSA. A maximum of $500 is available for each request. Up to $1000 per fiscal year is available to full time employees who have been employed by HSA for one year prior to the request for a scholarship. The scholarship fund must be used for classes that are directly related to furthering their skills related to their employment.