Our Mission:

The Gallatin Valley Food Bank’s mission is to improve food security throughout Southwest Montana

History:

Since 1982, our Food Bank has grown with the needs of our community and has become a food resource center for Gallatin Valley.  Our program started in a small house on Mendenhall that was donated by the City of Bozeman, we then moved to our former location on Wallace, a 1,950 square foot location, and then in 2000 we moved once again to our current location on Bond Street off of North Rouse.

Our current space is used to house our warehouse, food distribution areas, and commercial kitchen.  The Food Bank acts as the distribution site for area non-profits ordering foods from the USDA or Montana Food Bank Network.  Large quantity food donations received are shared with area non-profits and low-income housing sites throughout Southwest Montana. We also provide a mobile service in Belgrade. For current schedule click here.

In addition to our location off of Rouse, we also have 2 satellite Food Banks; one in Three Forks and one in Big Sky.  The Headwaters Area Food Bank serves the outlying communities of Three Forks, Logan, and Manhattan. The Big Sky Community Food Bank serves Big Sky and residents living along the 191 corridor.

An average 1,361 households (roughly 3,204 individuals) eat meals from our monthly emergency food boxes provided by our Bozeman location alone. 32% of these recipients are children.

 

 

 

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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