MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — If you donated to our Pulling Together event this summer, we got to see how those funds are being put to use Thursday.

(credit: CBS)

READ MORE: Kim Potter Trial, Dec. 3 Live Updates: Jury Selection Enters 4th Day, 2 More Jurors Needed

Fraser — the state’s largest provider of autism services — broke ground in Woodbury on their seventh clinic location, which they say will help serve around 1,000 families a year.

What Fraser’s new Woodbury clinic will look like (credit: CBS)

READ MORE: St. Paul Police Investigating Fatal Stabbing, City’s 35th Homicide Of The Year

The funds raised from WCCO’s Pulling Together funded Fraser’s 35-35 mission, which aims to make sure any family in Minnesota is never more than 35 minutes or 35 miles from Fraser’s resources.

“We use donated dollars to go right to serving children,” said Fraser CEO and President Diane Cross. “And this building is a result of some of the donations from WCCO, the big tug-of-war event that really made this possible for us.”

MORE NEWS: MN WEATHER: 6+ Inches Of Snow Possible For Northern MN Over Weekend

The Woodbury location is expected to be complete next summer.