Phase 2 of The Capital Campaign
IMAGINE A PLACE in Minnesota where all things Norwegian are located, embraced and cultivated. That dream began to materialize in 2004 when a group of inspired Norwegian- Americans perceived such a need and founded Norway House with a mission to partner with individuals, other organizations, and businesses in the Norwegian American community. Norway House would serve as a convener calling others together for a common goal, as a collaborator helping others achieve success, and as a platform, a multi-purpose building to serve as a place to conduct Norwegian-American activities.
With that dream in mind, Norway House is proud to announce the launch the second phase of the Norway House Building Project and Capital Campaign – an endeavor to build a physical Norway House, designed to bring people together to celebrate all things Norway.
As an office and conference/event facility, Norway House will:
- Provide space appropriate for meetings, performances, casual gatherings, dining, lectures, exhibits, learning, and ceremonies
- Provide space for programming in the areas of art, music, design, business, science, technology, education, peace relations, environment, culture, and heritage
- Be located in Minneapolis, in an easily accessible location
- Be a ‘green facility’
- Be of distinctive contemporary architectural design
You can help build the Norway House
Donations of all levels are needed, and there are a variety ways you can honor your family members and share your legacy.
Interested in pledging to the capital campaign, or creating a legacy plaque to be displayed in the new Norway House building?
Leasing Opportunities at Norway House
We currently have office space available in our current building and are looking for non-profit partners to share space. Please contact Hal Ulvestad, Rockland Advisors – HULVESTAD@ROCKLANDREADVISORS.COM.
For additional information:
Jon Pederson, Capital Campaign Chair – 612-325-3669
Rebecca Jorgenson Sundquist, Director of Development – 952-221-3400