We Provide Client-Centered Care for Rural Communities
Become a Monthly Donor: Join the Hive Builder Club
Spread your generosity throughout the year, maximizing your impact!
Project BEE provides client-centered care for rural communities. We are committed to providing equity through our anti-poverty programs and wrap-around services. Every person deserves dignity and respect.
- Emergency Shelter
- Dakota Diaper Pantry
- Career Closet
- Basic Needs Pantry
- Shower Program
- Rental Assistance
We focus on increasing your financial equity through our supportive services. Our goal is to help you increase your skill set, so that you can be empowered for the future. We offer our services to every person who needs them.
Project BEE desires our services to continue to evolve as the needs of our service area change. We want to continue to meet rural community needs, not just now, but long into the future.
102 Unique Families Provided in 2020
Over 750 provided with closet access
Over 5800 nights of shelter provided
Support the Hive
Your generous donations ensure that resources are available through Project BEE to meet local needs of homelessness. There are a variety of ways individuals and organizations can be involved and support Project BEE.
“Bee” a Volunteer
The Project BEE hive is a busy place. We have volunteer opportunities to fit almost anyone, from one-time event support to regularly scheduled time slots and more.
Join the Board
We are always on the look out for new board members to join our mission in empowering people, and providing peace, justice, freedom and dignity to all.
Send a Donation
All contributions are used locally in North Dakota. Because of some nonprofit partnerships, we can purchase products at a deeply discounted rate. This makes your cash donations go even further!
“Project Bee works hard to be transparent with their donors and clients. I appreciate the interactions from their development team and the personalized, handwritten notes. I love the stories of the impact our donations have-we can help them to help so many!”