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Covid Testing & Vaccine Updates – April 2021

April 16th, 2021 by Sarah Gaither

Free Community Surveillance Testing Big Sky Relief, the collaborative COVID-19 relief effort, announced the Big Sky Winter COVID-19 Surveillance Testing Partnership to keep the community healthy and businesses open entering the winter season. The free, self-administered tests are available for Big Sky residents and employees working in Big Sky who are over and 18 and […]


April 15th, 2021 by Sarah Gaither

Big Sky Community Food Bank is often a gateway to accessing other services. We can function like a community concierge for basic needs. We are always expanding programs and offerings to meet people where they need to met.Big Sky Community Food Bank provides wrap around provisions (tokens, SNAP, coat room, cooking supplies, etc). The Food […]

or use PO Box 160965, Big Sky MT 59716

Food Box delivery available for quarantined customers

March 26th, 2020 by Sarah Gaither

Pro tip: You may always send a friend or neighbor, if you’re unable to get to the food bank on your own! They just need your name and birthdate. If you’re a new or returning Food Bank customer and have been quarantined or are in need of food box delivery, we are now offering drop […]

Big Sky Food Bank’s Response to the Corona virus

March 16th, 2020 by Sarah Gaither

To help to slow the transmission of the novel coronavirus, COVID-19, the Big Sky Community Food Bank will be taking the following precautionary measures

Drop off your extra food for the Food Bank

February 21st, 2020 by Sarah Gaither

Brought too much food to your vacation home? We want your unopened leftovers! We are accepting unopened, canned and dry goods at any of our donation bins around Big Sky. Call 995-3088 for details and more information.

We are now offering $10 vouchers for fresh produce from the Country Market! Pick them up at the food bank.

Hunger 101 Curriculum

January 30th, 2013 by HRDC

Who experiences hunger in our community? Hunger is a condition in which people do not get enough food for fully productive, active lives.   Hunger, food insecurity, and poverty are inextricably linked. Many families have to make the difficult choice to buy healthy food or pay for housing or medicine. An educational project of the Gallatin […]

Food Bank Myth vs. Reality

January 24th, 2013 by HRDC

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