The Big Sky Community Food Bank is a partnership between Big Sky community members and The HRDC.

We serve the Big Sky workforce and community members by providing free emergency food and social services.  We work alongside the grocers, kitchens, volunteers and other service-oriented organizations of Big Sky to serve an average 900 households every year. Additionally, we help customers navigate a wide variety of social services on a case-by case basis.

Big Sky Community Food Bank is a community centered and welcoming safe space. As a program of The HRDC, we can support customers in a wide variety of ways according to their individual situations.

Food Bank Wish List:

Soup, dried beans, masa, cooking oil, deli items, fruit and veggies, cheese, lunch meat, eggs, juice, tortillas, butter, frozen meals, ramen, condiments and spices, crackers, chips, jerky, trail mix, coffee, pasta sauce, can openers, cookware

International and Seasonal Workforce Community Support

 

Check out the events and opportunities to get connected in Big Sky!

 

  • FREE Workforce Events – bowling, seasonal activities, Welcome Dinner, Welcome Lunch, shopping trips to Bozeman
  • Big Sky Buddy program – Community members can sign up to be a Big Sky Buddy to a new seasonal employee…help answer questions, tour around town, pick up groceries in town, have over for dinner at your home, etc.
  • Community Resource Guide –  guide for new and prospective employees to help orient you to Big Sky including helpful information and resources, things to do and volunteer opportunities.

  • Navigate Big Sky – calendar of community events – there are tons of things to do and ways to get involved!

 

Vegetables at Big Sky Farmer's Market

GET HELP

Everyone is welcome.
Come see us for free food & nutrition, resource center and social services.

FOR THE COMMUNITY

 There are many opportunities to get involved in the development of more robust services in Big Sky.

GIVE HELP

There are many ways you can help.
Donate, volunteer, support and collaborate.

Our Impact this Year.

Total food boxes given

Total customers served

New customers served
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