The Big Sky Community Food Bank opened in 2012 as a partnership between Big Sky community members and the Human Resource Development Council district IX.

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 to receive sustenance, tools for independence, hope and connection with one another.  As a program of The HRDC, we can support customers in a wide variety of ways according to their individual situations.

Energy Assistance

Get help with your power bills, propane or even firewood
The State of Montana, through the Department of Public Health and Human Services, offers three programs aimed at helping eligible Montanans.

The Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) pays part of winter energy bills and may be able to assist with furnace emergencies for eligible people.
The Low Income Home Water Assistance Program (LIHWAP) helps pay a portion of eligible household’s water bills; helps avoid shutoffs; and helps support household water system reconnections related to non-payment.
The Weatherization Assistance Program helps participants to improve the heating efficiency of their homes and thus reduce their energy consumption.

Energy Assistance Poster

Our Impact this Year.

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