We have all heard about the devastation the small town of Denton has gone through because of the wildfires that took over the town last week. Denton is home to around 300 people, you can just imagine how easily a fire could engulf the small town, and it did.

There is a Facebook Page: Gibson Flats/Fire Donations that you can look at and see what type of donations are also needed.


Mike Bossen took this video of the fires raging through the small town. This video really gives you an idea of how horrific the fires were.

There are different ways to donate and help get the community of Denton back on its feet. You can read an original article HERE that has the details. The links and information are also available below:

Checks can be made to Denton Fire Relief Fund and mailed to Farmers State Bank (a division of Opportunity Bank): P.O. Box 1047, Denton, MT 59430

You can also drop off donations to ANY of the 24 locations of Opportunity Bank in Montana.

You can donate at Stockman Bank or Montana Winter Fair at:
PO Box 931
Lewistown, MT  59457

A Go Fund Me has been set up. You can donate to that HERE. They are currently up to a little over $49,000, but we need to keep that going. Denton has 24 homes to replace plus so much more.

The Denton Ambulance has a fund set up HERE.

God Bless and let's continue to pray for the community of Denton, MT.

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"Wildland fire on public lands managed by the Custer Gallatin National Forest, 25 miles east of Bridger, Mont., in the Pryor Mountains near the southern border of the Crow Indian Reservation." (Photos by Colby K. Neal/BLM) - Bureau of Land Management Montana and Dakotas

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