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Your gift is a story about you – and what you truly believe in.

Invest in HRDC on Give Big Gallatin Valley – May 3.

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You don’t have to have superpowers to be a hero!

Help us to continue helping the community you love.

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The impact of our Transportation Services

HRDC’s fare-free transportation initiatives are an environmentally friendly way to connect our community and help individuals maintain their independence.

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The Impact of our Food and Nutrition Initiatives.

Nutrition is vital for our area’s vulnerable senior and child populations, and our services touch 1 in 6 persons in Gallatin County.

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The impact of our Energy initiatives

Last year, 2,277 individuals enrolled in energy discounts with an aggregate savings of $396,509.

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BUILDING A BETTER COMMUNITY

HRDC is a 501(c)3 non-profit Community Action Agency
dedicated to 50 years of community action logobuilding a better community through innovation and leadership. We provide programs and services in the areas of Housing, Food & Nutrition, Child & Youth Development, Senior Empowerment, Community Transportation, Home Heating–Energy–Safety, and Community Development.

Check out HRDC’s year in review:

Will you help to support over 14,000 Bozeman, Livingston and Meagher county community members by donating to HRDC on Give Big, Tuesday, May 3?

Your gift of $10.00 provides a 12 week supply of lunches for school-aged children through our Summer Lunch Program, when school lunch is no longer available.

Your gift of $30.00 provides a 12 month supply of supplemental groceries delivered directly to seniors.

Your gift of $40.00 provides a warm and safe night out of the cold for our homeless men, women, and children, 80% of whom are Gallatin County Residents.

Your gift of $50.00 provides a family in need a 5-7 day supply of emergency food, vegetables and bread.

Your gift of $75.00 provides fare-free transportation for our elderly and disabled populations to and from life-saving medical appointments.

Your gift of $100.00 or more provides for a homeowner to remain warm throughout the winter months with heating assistance and weatherization.

Your gift of $1500.00 or more allows our senior population to remain independent in their own homes, maintain their dignity, and receive in-home reliable skilled nursing care for 12 months.

On May 3, will you be someone’s hero?  Visit: https://givebiggv.org/npo/hrdc

 

Upcoming Events

May 03, 2016

Give Big Gallatin Valley

Join HRDC at the Schnee’s Giving Lounge. Food, beverages, and hourly prizes will be awarded –  and Schnee’s will donate a portion of sales to HRDC! Will you invest in HRDC and help us to support over 14,000 customers each year? Donations may be made on site or visit: givebiggv.org/

May 03, 2016

Community Action Speaker Series – Sustainable Energy Program

Join the Reverend John Soderberg and Russ Doty of MontanaCares (MTCares.org) present, “Planning for a Sustainable Energy Future.”

May 04, 2016

Streamline at the Cafe

Join the Streamline Bus Drivers for an evening at the Cafe – Food, Fun, and Music!

May 14, 2016

Letter Carriers’ Food Drive

Join us in supporting the Letter Carriers’ Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive! It’s the largest one-day food drive in the US. All food collected stays local. Last year’s drive collected more than 70 million pounds of non-perishable food. Learn more: https://www.nalc.org/food

May 14, 2016

Gallatin Roller Girlz skate for the Cafe!

Join the Gallatin Roller Girlz for the adventure of the summer as they kick off the 2016 home season with Jurassic Block! Saturday, May 14 at the Gallatin County Fairgrounds’ Haynes Pavilion, GRG’s Mountain Mayhem faces off against the Portneuf Valley Bruisers from Pocatello, ID.

May 16, 2016

Homebuyer Education Class

Are you ready to buy a home? What are the benefits of homeownership? How do lenders decide to make loans? Our comprehensive homeownership education course, directed by HUD approved instructors, will help you to better understand the home purchase process.

May 17, 2016

Community Action Speaker Series

Featuring Aaron Wernham – Housing and Healthcare: Forging New Partnerships for a Better Health.

May 23, 2016

Ready to Rent Classes

Ready to Rent is a comprehensive curriculum used to assist families or individuals who have rental barriers such as a lack of or poor rental history, property upkeep, renter responsibilities, landlord/tenant communication and financial priorities.

May 24, 2016

Community Action Speaker Series

Anna Edwards, Jenna Londynsky, Charity Shumaker, and others,“Homelessness in our Community—Panel Discussion.”

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