Town & Country Credit Union has committed to donate $15,000 to Project BEE’s capital campaign for their Broadway Circle homeless shelter and resource hub. Partially funded by National Disaster Resilience Community Development Block Grant funds through the City of Minot, the Broadway Circle project will include a six-unit, pet-friendly family shelter, a 17-unit low to moderate income housing unit, and space for the Lord’s Cupboard Food Pantry and Welcome Table Soup Kitchen, as well as commercial space. Project BEE is planning to complete the construction of the Broadway Circle building in 2023.
“Project BEE has been positively impacting the Minot area since 1915 by providing shelter, resources and more to those in need. We’re excited to be able to use our funds to help them expand their impact and help more people through the Broadway Circle project,” said Kalli Schell, Town & Country Credit Union Interim President/CEO.
Town & Country Credit Union is on a mission to positively impact the communities they serve and to help organizations like Project BEE do the same. With 11 convenient locations in North Dakota, over 150 employees and a focus on continual growth, they provide meaningful value to their more than 24,000 members every day. Membership in the credit union is open to anyone living within 75 miles of Minot and 50 miles of Fargo or Kenmare. More information can be found at www.townandcountry.org.
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