MFBN makes it easy for you to join our mission in ending hunger together in Montana
We invite you to get involved in a meaningful way. To each person, that meaning may vary. But to us, every person involved only strengthens the roots of our communities.
Volunteer opportunities are available year-round in our warehouse and special events in Missoula. Check out the Volunteer page to sign up today.
get involved in ending hunger in Montana by making your voice heard. Become an Advocate for ending hunger in Montana today.
- Start a Food and Fund Drive
Set up a food and/or fund drive in your community, office, or workplace to benefit MFBN. Contact Bill Mathews, Chief Development Officer, to discuss any materials or assistance you need.
- By Mail
You can mail a check or money order to MFBN at: 5625 Expressway, Missoula, MT 59808
Donate online with a credit card or debit card using our secure online form.
- Give Monthly
Become a part of the Network Sustainers Circle by setting up a recurring gift today. Sustainers can be set up on our donation page or by phone at (406) 721-3825
- Montana Community Foundation
The Montana Community Foundation has chosen us as one of their fund recipients. Setup planned giving or a one-time donation here.
Leave a legacy gift to MFBN – whether in your will or another part of your estate – ensures your assets are put to their best philanthropic use and distributed in a way that reflects your beliefs and values.
Some gift options can provide current tax benefits to you or future tax benefits to your estate. In addition, some options can provide lifetime income to you or your family today.
Utilizing DAF Direct is a cost-effective and convenient way to donate by recommending grants from your DAF to Montana Food Bank Network.
- Personal Donations
All personal food donations can be dropped off at MFBN’s warehouse at: 5625 Expressway, Missoula, MT 59808 (across from Big Sky Brewing) Not in Missoula? Look here to find the nearest partner agency to accept your donation.
- Retail Donations
We accept retail and food manufacturer donations of products that may (or may not) be sellable but are still safe and healthy to consume.
The Grocery Rescue program monitors all food donations and adheres to strict food safety procedures and food safety certifications. Please contact Stephanie Staley, Chief Programs Officer, to discuss getting involved today!
Not quite sure how to get involved? Drop us an email! We would love to chat with you and hear about your passion to join the movement of ending hunger. Then we can work together to find just the right opportunity for you to join us in strengthening and nourishing the roots of our communities in Montana.