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Giving back to the communities we serve by supporting them financially and through Employee Volunteerism is part of Gate City Bank’s mutual bank philosophy. In 2013, our employees volunteered 13,017 hours of their time and talent to non-profit organizations. Their efforts were combined with our Community and Neighbors charitable giving program to provide a value of more than $4.5 million to organizations across the state of North Dakota and western Minnesota.

Gate City Bank Acts of Kindness

Acts of Kindness embraces Gate City Bank’s philosophy of supporting our communities through charitable giving and volunteerism and are performed in all our communities by our employees. 

Click here to see all the Gate City Bank Acts of Kindness or follow us on our Facebook and Twitter pages. #GCBActsofKindness

Charitable Contributions

Click here to learn more about recent donations. 

Gate City Bank supports Rebuilders Loan Programs

Gate City Bank Gate City Bank is proud to take part in The Rebuilders Loan Programs. The Rebuilders Loan Programs were developed by the North Dakota Legislature to assist residents in rebuilding after the devastating 2011 floods in Minot and surrounding communities. The programs offered loans at a one-percent interest rate, so those affected by the flood could get back into their homes. Over 5,000 households were severely flooded and the loan programs were an essential component in the recovery. To date, Gate City Bank has processed and serviced 518 loans for a total of $16 million. The loan programs were an essential component in the flood recovery. Because of the low-interest-rate loans offered through the Rebuilders Loans Programs, Minot and the other flood-affected communities are being restored and rebuilt.

Gate City Bank offered its own reduced-interest-rate loan program to residents in Minot, Bismarck and Mandan to help them either fix flood damage or take preventative measures to stop possible damage. The bank originated 82 loans worth $1.1 million, with 66 in Minot for a total of $885,000. Gate City Bank services loans locally so we know first-hand the impact a flood can have on the community. We are proud that we were able to help individuals reclaim their homes and their lives after the devastating floods.

Gate City Bank Community Scholarship Program

Gate City Bank, with 34 offices in 19 North Dakota and Minnesota communities, has been providing financial services for more than 90 years. As a community bank, Gate City Bank is committed to investing in the education of our youth.

The Gate City Bank Community Scholarship Program will award forty-nine $1,200 scholarships to graduating seniors from high schools in North Dakota and Minnesota.

Application Submission
If you are a high school student in one of these 19 communities, Alexandria, Bismarck, Carrington, Devils Lake, Dickinson, Fargo, Fergus Falls, Grand Forks, Hettinger, Jamestown, Mandan, Mayville, Minot, Mohall, Moorhead, Park River, Wahpeton, West Fargo or Williston, you MUST submit your applications through your school’s guidance counselor. Click here for application.

If you are not a student in one of these communities, submit application to the Scholarship Committee, P.O. Box 2847, Fargo, ND 58108, email them to scholarshipcommittee@gatecitybank.com or fax to 701-293-2568. Click here for application.

North Dakota Housing Incentive Fund Contribution

Gate City Bank presented Governor Jack Dalrymple and North Dakota Housing Finance Agency Acting Executive Director Jolene Kline with a $3 million North Dakota Housing Incentive Fund contribution on November 15, 2013. This contribution, along with Gate City Bank’s 2012 contribution of $1.25 million, will assist in the development of close to 500 units for homeless, workforce, family and senior housing. Serving our customers and connecting with our communities is the cornerstone of Gate City Bank’s mission, and we are thankful for this opportunity to help build a better way of life for our friends and neighbors across the state.

Mister Rogers' Sweater Drive

Gate City Bank is committed to the communities it serves and is excited about the partnership with Prairie Public to bring a Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood Sweater Drive to the communities we serve for a second year in a row! All Gate City Bank offices will serve as community drop-off locations for the new or gently used sweater donations in their local communities. Donations will be collected in October and November with distribution in early December. Gate City Bank will be distributing the collected sweaters to local organizations in our communities.  

Gate City Bank Theatre at the FargoDome

Gate City Bank is privileged to sponsor the Gate City Bank Theatre at the FargoDome. The Theatre provides an excellent venue to bring top-quality entertainment to communities across the state of North Dakota and western Minnesota that otherwise might not be possible. Gate City Bank supports the arts and believes in giving back to the communities it serves. www.fargodome.com/theatre