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Buy a Brick, Build a Home Broadway Circle Brick Campaign (click to learn more)

In 2021, Project BEE was awarded $5.8 million through NDR-CDBG funds to create a resource hub for Minot. Unfortunately, grant funding doesn't cover all expenses, and Project BEE is launching a capital campaign to cover the $2.2 million required to complete our next phase of growth and service to our Western North Dakota community. With nearly 73% of our goal raised already, we’re asking our community to help us cross the finish line.

 

Why now?

 

Since 1915, Project BEE has been empowering members of our community to reach their full potential. With a strong record of community impact and a steady pace of growth, we are now in a position to not only do more directly, but assist other groups to do more through Broadway Circle

This timeline is tight, but the $5.8 million from NDR-CDBG funds is an opportunity we cannot turn down. We are building a new resource hub that will reflect both our history and our future. It will feature a six-unit, pet-friendly family shelter, a 17-unit LMI housing unit, space for the Lord's Cupboard Food Pantry and Welcome Table Soup Kitchen, as well as commercial space. Construction begins as soon as the ground thaws in spring 2022 and will wrap up in 2023. We invite you to join us as we unite to build the future that Minot needs and deserves.

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EAPC rendering of the 6-unit family shelter (above) and 17-unit LMI housing (below).

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What Matters To You?

Click below to learn about the three pillars of our capital campaign.

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Since 1915, we have provided equitable anti-poverty services in Western North Dakota. We envision a North Dakota that advocates for dignity and respect through client-centered programs and services-and Broadway Circle is integral to that goal.

If you have questions about Project BEE's Broadway Circle Capital Campaign, or want to know how you can support this effort, please contact Liz Larsen, Executive Director.