Devastating floods have taken over our small towns and it is time to step up and do as much as we can. Bozeman is always giving back and we know we can rely on our community to come together and help.

We have teamed up with these local businesses to collect and deliver water to those in need:

Town and Country Foods. They are helping by having all 5 of their locations available for drop-off and helping with the delivery.

Town and Country Official Website
Town and Country Official Website
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Harrington Pepsi Bottling Company has been serving Montana for 80 years and is kicking off the Operation H2GO For Montana with THREE PALLETS OF WATER! WHOOOO HOOOO!!

Allen Stirrett/Harrington Bottling Company
Allen Stirrett/Harrington Bottling Company
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You will easily be able to see the location dropoffs with AWESOME signs provided by Ink Outside The Box. Because of them, you will know exactly where you drop off water at the 5 Town and Country Food locations.

Ink Outside The Box
Ink Outside The Box
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NextHome Destination. Sarah, with NextHome Destination, is a Montana native and knows how great this community is. Sarah and her husband, Abe, are using their moving truck from NextHome to have supplies brought to Livingston.

NextHome Destination
NextHome Destination
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Gallatin Valley Food Bank is donating its time and trucks to help deliver these water supplies to the community along with a countless number of volunteers.

GVFB Official Website
GVFB Official Website
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All of us combined are rallying the troops and getting as much water as we can to the families and communities in need.

 

Photo by Dakota Corbin on Unsplash
Photo by Dakota Corbin on Unsplash
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Flood survivors or survivors of any natural disaster are always in need of water. We use water for cooking, cleaning, baby formula, drinking, everything. Water is always needed for the volunteers and first responders who are putting their best foot forward and helping these families and communities get back on their feet.

Photo by mrjn Photography on Unsplash
Photo by mrjn Photography on Unsplash
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It's super simple how we will do this! Check it out.

We will be set up at ALL 5 Town and Country Food locations ALL DAY THURSDAY (6/16/22):

Town and Country: 200 Highland Blvd
Town and Country: 219 N 19th Ave
Town and Country: 1611 S 11th Ave
Town and Country: 205 W Madison Ave, Belgrade MT
Town and Country: 1217 W Park St, Livingston MT

All you need to do is grab a case or two or six of water and drop it off at one of our FIVE donation sites. We will then get all of the water loaded up and brought to different communities AND THE LIVINGSTON FOOD RESOURCE CENTER to distribute it as needed throughout different communities along with other wonderful community members allowing their businesses as distribution sites.

The more water the better! LET'S "H2GO" FOR MONTANA! See you Thursday!

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