Join us for a Town Hall Discussion concerning Big Sky’s community needs assessment conducted by the Human Resource Development Council. The meeting will be at the Big Sky Chapel on Monday, Oct. 24th from 6:30-8pm. There will be light snacks and a chance to win prizes! For more information about the needs assessment, see the […]Read more
Big Sky’s 5th Annual THANKSGIVING-in-a-BAG Each year we assemble and distribute Thanksgiving Meals to our community members who need a little extra help around the holidays. This year’s meal includes: A frozen turkey or microwaveable turkey breast, stuffing mix, pumpkin pie ingredients, green beans casserole makings, sweet potatoes/yams, fruit, bread and cooking instructions. If you […]Read more
If you’ve got months with $0 income, you can qualify for Medicare! If you make less than $16K, you can qualify for Medicare! Find out more! Get covered by this newly expanded Healthcare for Montanans. Community Health Partners’ Staff will be available to answer questions and assist with the enrollment process. Join us at the […]Read more
High unemployment and the lingering effects of the recession have pushed record numbers of people in the Gallatin Valley and in Southwest Montana towards food insecurity. Thankfully, people can still count on the Food Bank.
Thanks to our thousands of donors and hundreds of volunteers, we haven’t cut back.Read more
You have to be unemployed to be eligible for food bank services.
Gallatin Valley residents in need of food are eligible for food bank services; an average of 40-50% of households requesting assistance from the food bank have at least one household member employed.Read more
Donating to the Food Bank can be fun and easy. You can donate food or funds, both help the local community.
Tell your children about the Food Bank. Give them $1.00 or more to spend at the grocery store and see how many items they can buy for the Food Bank with their money.Read more