Thanksgiving Food Boxes

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We are now signing up for our annual Thanksgiving Food Box distribution, you can stop by the Gallatin Valley Food Bank and sign up in person, or give us a call at 586-7600, and we can sign you over the phone. A Thanksgiving Food Box includes a turkey, a bag of potatoes, stuffing, green beans, […]

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Hunger Action Month

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September is Hunger Action Month – a month where people all over America stand together with Feeding America and the nationwide network of food banks to fight hunger.

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Holiday Closure Notice

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The Community Cafe will be open for dinner July 3rd and 4th. They are located at 302 North 7th. Emergency Food bags are available at the Bozeman Help Center, 421 East Peach: 586-3333 or 211 Sorry for the inconvenience, we will resume our regular hours on Wednesday, July 5th.

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Summer Meals Program

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Summer should be a stress-free time for parents and kids. Let our Summer Meal Program help.

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Grow-A-Row

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Donate your excess garden bounty and ensure that everyone in our community has access to high quality, fresh produce.

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Food Security Council Winners

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The Food Security Council recognizes individuals and organizations who have worked to reduce hunger and improve the nutritional status of Montanans. The 2017 awards were presented by the Food Security Council and First Lady Lisa Bullock to the following recipients: Glacier Award: For Moving Mountains to End Hunger Jill Holder Jill Holder, Operations Manager, at […]

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Cleaning Out Your Cabinets

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During the month of June, Merry Maids will offer $15 off one regularly-scheduled house cleaning for any customers who donate at least five cans or boxes of non-perishable food. They will begin leaving green Merry Maids bags in customers’ homes at the beginning of the month to place the food in, and will collect them […]

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Hunger’s Hope Award

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Our team is excited to be honored by the Montana Food Bank Network, as one of the recipients of their 2017 Hunger’s Hope Awards! Each year Montana Food Bank Network recognizes individuals, organizations, and businesses that have done exemplary work to end hunger. This year we recognized the following: Gallatin Valley Food Bank “Gallatin Valley […]

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Spring for Food

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Help us fill our shelves! Your contribution will support over 1,200 local families that receive emergency food boxes each month.

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Barnes and Noble Holiday Special

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Help out the Gallatin Valley Food Bank this holiday season – while you shop for the book lovers on your gift list! Local Author William C Pack will be signing copies of his book “The Bottom of The Sky” this weekend at Barnes & Noble. If you use the coupon code,  10% of ANY books […]

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1st Annual Turkey Bowl

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100.7 XL Country & the Boot Barn are teaming up for a Turkey Bowl on Friday, November 18, at the Boot Barn in Bozeman. Yes, you will be bowling with actual turkeys! Don’t worry, no turkeys will be harmed, as they will be frozen turkeys. Boot Barn – 915 W. Main St, Bozeman, Montana We’ll […]

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LUXE Gives

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For every NEW Sweet Society membership purchased in the month of November, $10.00 will be donated to Gallatin Valley Food Bank. The Sweet Society is a monthly cupcake club subscription where you can have a curated box of cupcakes delivered to your doorstep! Join the club at www.luxebozeman.com/join-the-club & help us give back to our […]

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Trick Or Treat So Kids Can Eat

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Scare Away Hunger this Halloween by participating in our Trick or Treat so Kids Can Eat Food Drive October 31st, 2017! Dress up and collect food for those in need, because hunger is a scary thing!

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A PROGRAM OF HRDC

HRDC is a 501(c)3 non-profit Community Action Agency. We provide programs and services in the areas of housing, food and nutrition, child and youth development, senior empowerment, transportation, energy assistance, and community development.

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