They’re our wise mentors, our caring role models – true examples of what it means to live a better way of life. Our beloved senior citizens have played a crucial role in who we are, which is why we care about offering them support, especially when it comes to preventing elder abuse in and throughout the community.
Since 2014, we’ve cultivated a strategic partnership with Senior Crimestoppers, a nationwide crime prevention program that helps protect low-income and vulnerable senior citizens from:
For over 20 years, the program has enhanced quality of life in senior living complexes, nursing homes, HUD communities and state veteran facilities. Additionally, it has proven instrumental in educating family and staff members about preventing elder abuse. Other program benefits include:
We’ve donated $150,000 to Senior Crimestoppers and continue to give annually. We also engage in volunteering. Whether it’s delivering a hot meal, providing transportation for medical appointments or just being someone to talk to, we actively support the elderly in heartfelt ways, big and small.
Learn more about how bystander intervention is helping reduce violence in the greater Grand Forks, ND, community – thanks in part to our assistance in launching the Green Dot program.
At Gate City Bank, we believe no one should have to suffer from hunger. Learn more about how we surprised Great Plains Food Bank with a brand-new delivery truck in 2016, made possible with a $250,000 pledge over 10 years.
Learn how our team members have donated $30,000 and countless volunteer hours to a Minot animal shelter, which provides care for furry friends both locally and throughout North Dakota.
Learn more about how we donated $10,000 so that an annual nonprofit fashion show (which has become incredibly popular in the local community) could continue virtually amid the COVID-19 pandemic.