Our food bank customers are working hard to make Big Sky run – they are the workforce who teach our kids, serve our meals, guide our tourists, and keep our landscapes and amenities clean and beautiful.
Despite working so hard on behalf of our community, our customers often can’t make ends meet due to our high housing costs and inadequate wages. They describe food, housing, and mental health as some of their most acute needs here in Big Sky.
What can you do to help? Consider getting involved with any of our community partners.
Our Community Partners
The Big Sky Community Food Bank is a program of HRDC, and we work together to meet the needs of the Gallatin Valley.
For almost 50 years HRDC has been committed to building a better community. To continue that tradition and keep pace with growth in our area, we are proud to introduce HRDC’s Community Commons.
Located at 206 East Griffin Drive on 5.6 acres of land Community Commons will offer two buildings, Market Place and Homeward Point.
Big Sky Community Housing Trust
The purpose of the Big Sky Housing Community Trust is to improve the availability of affordable housing for the Big Sky community.
Wellness in Action
WIA enriches the lives of people in Big Sky by providing sliding-scale counseling, classes on substance abuse and other behavioral health issues, and well-being opportunities such as camp scholarships.