The Project BEE Winter Warming Center’s mission is to work with the greater Minot community to better serve those experiencing homelessness with dignity and respect by providing a safe and warm place for homeless adults 18 years and older and any of their potential children (no unaccompanied minors) to get in and out of the cold during the winter months from October 1 until April 30. The Warming Center is located downtown at 205 3rd Ave. SE Minot, ND, 58701. Guests are able to take a shower and wash their clothes.
Hours for the center are from 7:00 pm until 8:00 am, Monday through Sunday, including holidays. The center offers open intake from 7:00 pm until 8:00 pm each night. After 8:00 pm the police, hospitals, and other agencies can refer guests. The center does allow those individuals who are currently suffering from mental health and/or addictions to enter the facility as long as they are acting in a calm and respectful manner.
The Warming Center works with volunteers and other organizations to make sure that we are providing the best service to the homeless population in our community. The Center is a place of welcome, acceptance, and hope.
Interested in signing up to provide a meal? Check out our MealTrain here
Interested in signing up to volunteer at our warming center? Check out available shifts here
Interested in supporting our warming center through in-kind donations? Check out our wishlist here