Passage of Tax Plan will Worsen Food Insecurity in Montana “Montana Food Bank Network is disappointed by the passage of the final tax bill and remains concerned about its impact on individuals and families struggling with hunger in every community across our state. Most low and middle-income families in the… more
Flash Back Friday to a video made over 4 years ago. Rob is still driving across the entire state almost every 6 weeks for all of our partner agencies! Find more of our videos on our YouTube channel!
By School By District The School Breakfast Data portals were created using data provided by the Office of Public Instruction. These portals give the public and stakeholder groups a tool to visualize School Breakfast Program performance at an individual and district level. The goal of our analysis is to discover… more
We are always accepting donations here at the Montana Food Bank Network. All donations received are delivered to our Network Partner agencies and distributed to those in need in Montana. You can drop donations in our warehouse from 8am – 5pm, Monday through Friday at: 5625 Expressway Missoula Not in… more
Together we can end hunger in Montana The Food Security Council recognizes individuals and organizations who have worked to reduce hunger and improve the nutritional status of Montanans.The 2017 awards were presented by the Food Security Council and First Lady Lisa Bullock to the following recipients: Treasure State Award: For… more
No matter the source, safety tips are the same for any foods you choose Some foods that grocery stores, restaurants, and other retailers weren’t able to sell are donated to charity – for example, when a product’s “sell-by” date has passed. Food manufacturers also may donate or sell some products… more