IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO DONATE TO THE NICKEL OPEN FUND (SOULSHINE), CLICK THE DONATE BUTTON TO BE BROUGHT TO A SECURE DONATION LINK, OR MAIL A CHECK PAYABLE TO THE NICKEL OPEN FUND, P.O. BOX 161, JORDAN, MN 55352. YOUR SUPPORT GOES A LONG WAY TO HELP THOSE IN NEED.

JUST ADDED: HAWAII HOTEL PACKAGE RAFFLE!

Visit the Sponsors & Auction Items  sections for more information on how to purchase raffle tickets for this 10-day, 3-hotel, 2-island Hawaiian Getaway!

 

REGISTER NOW!

2020 Soulshine Bean Bag Tournament

 

Click the Events for information and Register to register as a player or sponsor or both!

Continue the fun at the Brewer for the Day "Hula Lula IPA" Release Party at Roets Jordan Brewery where the Silent Auction will continue plus Door Prizes!

 

 THE NICKEL OPEN FUND MISSION STATEMENT 

The Nickel Open Fund (NOF) is an organization dedicated to helping build better lives for those affected by mental health issues. NOF advocates and raises funds for education, access to services, treatment, support and research for those affected by mental illness.

 THE NICKEL OPEN FUND VISION STATEMENT 

We offer help through support and educational programs for students, families and individuals living with mental health conditions. We are committed to raising awareness, building a community of hope for all and partnering with state and county organizations.

 

Our Stories Continue ;

Nicholas' Story

On June 2, 2017, at the age of 21, Nick lost his battle with mental illness.

Many people who know Nick credit him for always being there for when they were suffering and struggling; he would drop everything to be there for a friend in crisis. Even with the support of his family, partner Brian, close friends and though he tried to help himself by reaching out for help by getting psychiatric care and medication, in the end, the lies told by mental illness took him from us.

It is because of Nick that we are continuing "his story" by joining forces with NAMI MN to raise awareness for mental illness and erase the stigma associated with suicide. 

Our Stories Continue ;

Nicholas' Story

On June 2, 2017, at the age of 21, Nick lost his battle with mental illness.

Many people who know Nick credit him for always being there for for a friend in crisis. Though even with the support of his family, partner Brian, close friends and reaching out himself for help by getting psychiatric care and medication, in the end, he was unable to help himself and left us far too soon.

It is because of Nick that we are continuing "his story" by joining forces with NAMI MN to raise awareness for mental illness and erase the stigma associated with suicide. 

Andrew's Story

Andy Enselein was born on September 26, 1984. He was an artist, concert goer, barefoot dancer, beer drinker, dog lover, beard enthusiast, dirty hippie, bicycle rider, son, brother and friend to all. After over a decade of battling with depression, Andy lost his life to suicide in October 2017. Andy lived his entire life in black and white. When things were amazing, they couldn't be better. When things were hard, he couldn't imagine how they could ever be good again. To honor his life and the joy he lived with when he wasn't battling the demons in his mind, we are happy to partner with the Nickel Open and NAMI Minnesota for the Soulshine Bags Tournament. We hope that every dollar raised and every person spoken to helps to provide help and comfort to anyone battling their own demons. 

Soulshine; it's better than sunshine, better than moonshine and damn sure better than rain. Let your soulshine.

Organizers

Bruce & Lori Hunstad
Amanda Smeins
Brian Shepley
Dustin Smeins
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Contact Us
Our Address
Contact Us:

P.O. Box 161

Jordan, MN 55352

nickelopen.fund@gmail.com

Facebook: @NickelOpenFund

Golf Tournament:

Bruce Hunstad: 952-200-8784

Bean Bag Tournament:

Dustin Smeins: 507.993.5108

Steve Cox: 507-301-2835

Kelly Cox: 952-457-6698

Registration/Auction:

Lori Hunstad: 952-913-1969

Amanda Smeins: 952-843-8557

Hawaii Raffle:

Contact anyone listed above.

Steve Enselein: steve.enselein@hyatt.com

Ellie Enselein: 847-528-2306

ellieenselein@gmail.com

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