Community food and fund drives provide nutritious food and vital operating funds for HRDC's Gallatin Valley Food Bank while raising awareness of hunger issues in our community. Food drives provide some of the healthiest and highest-quality food Gallatin Valley Food Bank receives.
The Spring for Food drive is an opportunity to support a sustainable supply of food during a time when donations are less frequent.
It’s easy to get involved. Invite your family and friends to join you on April 8th to collect food at one of the participating grocery stores in our area. Your contribution (food, funds, or time) will support the distribution of groceries to area families, in addition to supplementing the KidsPack and KidsPantry programs, which provide weekend nutritional support so kids show up ready to learn each Monday.
This year, we’re setting up central donation points at participating supermarkets in Bozeman and Belgrade so that people can donate as they’re shopping. To volunteer click HERE
Please fill out the volunteer form below and select a grocery store close to where you live. Volunteers are encouraged to pull together a small group of friends and family to join them in making this event a huge success.
What we are asking:
To volunteer with Spring for Food click HERE
Monetary donations support the purchase of food products for our shelves. If you are unable to participate this year and would like to contribute, consider making a monetary donation towards this year's food drive, you can do so through the Gallatin Valley Food Bank's secure website.
GVFB Mission: To improve food security throughout Southwest Montana. GVFB is one of HRDC’s Food and Nutrition Programs working to ensure no one goes to bed hungry.
Other HRDC Food and Nutrition Programs include Summer Lunch, Healthy Kidspack, Senior Groceries, Big Sky Community Food Bank, Headwaters Area Food Bank, and Fork & Spoon
Thank you for contributing your time, energy, and donations to Spring for Food 2023!
The event is brought to you by the generous support of Cardinal Distributing, First Security Bank, and KBZK in conjunction with the Gallatin Valley Food Bank.