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Netapp Golf Tournament with Special Guest John Randle


The NetApp Minnesota Open will be held on Thursday, September 29, 2022, with honored guest Pro Football Hall of Famer John Randle in attendance!

St. David’s Center is regional leader in child and family development and early intervention, offering therapeutic, educational, and support services, including mental health and pediatric therapies, autism treatment, home visiting, an inclusive preschool, and disability services. More than 4,000 children and families access these services at their two early intervention centers in Minneapolis and Minnetonka, more than 30 partner sites, and hundreds of homes across the community.

John and Candace Randle’s son received pediatric therapies in his early years that changed the course of his life, so Netapp is shining a light this year on the work and impact of St. David’s Center.

One in four children has experienced or witnessed trauma before they turn four.  One in five children has a diagnosable mental health concern, and yet only 20% have access to the services that could change their trajectories.  Funds donated to St. David’s Center are used to reach more children and families who need mental health services to be more successful at home, in school and childcare, and in the community. With your support, St. David’s Center will expand its work in maternal mental health and in mental health services for families of young children, because starting early with children and parents is the wisest investment.

John and Candace Randle came to St. David’s Center in 2006, when their twins, Jonathan and Ryann, were toddlers.  They were seeking a place that would welcome children of all abilities, support their development, and come alongside them as parents, finding their way.  Now, the twins are 18 and ready for the next steps on their unique paths.


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