Updated December 2022
We are here to serve our neighbors who have nowhere else to turn
The Montana Food Bank Network believes that every person has the basic human right to have access to emergency food assistance. The Mail-a-Meal Program’s mission is to reach food insecure Montanans in rural, remote and low population areas without access to emergency food assistance or nutritious, quality food. We operate several drop-sites around the state and also ship boxes direct to rural households.
MFBN operates 11 Mail-a-Meal drop-sites, shipping a pallet of food boxes to a centralized location where a community partner handles the distribution of the boxes. The MAM program is designed specifically to serve seniors and includes a box of food designed to meet their specific nutritional needs, including low-sugar, low-sodium and whole-grain options. However, non-senior households are still eligible to receive a food box if they live in a community without access to emergency food assistance.
For information on where to find Mail-a-Meal Drop-Site locations click here: