For more than 20 years, Gate City Bank and YWCA Cass Clay have been strong and committed partners as strides are made to provide safety, warmth and hope to those who need it most. In this case, especially when it comes to women and children.
From donations totaling over $1.75 million to volunteer hours accumulating to more than 1,000 hours in recent years, we’re dedicated to making a difference with this community partnership. In addition to monetary donations toward YWCA programs, we’ve contributed to its empowering mission in the following ways:
“We’re thankful for this opportunity to partner with such a wonderful organization,” says Amanda Torok, Senior Vice President of Culture at Gate City Bank. “From volunteer hours to funding specific donation requests, we’re proud of our long-standing affiliation with YWCA – and look forward to many years to come!”
Learn more about how we donated more than $120,000 and deployed multiple team member volunteers to transform a pop-up food pantry into a permanent hunger relief program in West Fargo, ND – the first of its kind in the community.
Learn more about our partnership with Hope Blooms, a nonprofit organization that repurposes donated flowers by arranging them into beautiful bedside bouquets for community members to inspire hope, happiness and emotional healing.
Our core purpose of creating a better way of life aligns closely with North Dakota State University’s mission, which makes our longstanding partnership a perfect fit. Learn more about how, together, we’ve invested in innovative technology, enhanced the Gate City Bank Field experience, supported academia and everything in between.