Bismarck, N.D. – According to the statement, following the November launch of the Better Bismarck program, the first six weeks of the program raised more than $12,000.

The City of Bismarck has promised to match up to just over $17,000 that was received through a settlement with opioid manufacturers. 

City officials have announced that an online toolkit is available to download online here.

This toolkit will assist community organizations with marketing and promotion of the campaign and contains a table topper that participating organizations can display.

These toppers contain a QR Code link to the Better Bismarck donation page, as well as a summary of the program. Also included in this toolkit are fundraising ideas businesses could implement with their staff.