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Every Slice Counts

 

September 11, 2019



This Tuesday, September 17, Montana Pizza Hut stores across the state are teaming up to help Feed Montana and support the Montana Food Bank Network.

For the third year, all Pizza Hut locations in Montana are donating a portion of proceeds on Tuesday, September 17 from 5 to 9 p.m.

Donations from this event will go to Montana Food Bank Network’s Feed Montana fundraising drive that is happening the entire month of September. The goal of Feed Montana is to raise enough to provide over 210,000 meals for the upcoming holiday season.

“Participation in events like the Pizza Hut, Every Slice Counts fundraiser is crucial to the success of the campaign,” says Gayle Carlson, Chief Executive Officer of Montana Food Bank Network. “We are thankful to be working with such a generous organization like Pizza Hut again.”

In the past two years, the Pizza Hut fundraiser has raised enough to help provide over 16,000 meals for Montanans struggling to put food on their table.

You can find more information about the drive and the Montana Food Bank Network at feedmt.org

Montana Food Bank Networks mission is to end hunger through food acquisition and distribution, education and advocacy. They believe that every person has the basic human right to access nutritious high-quality food that nourishes the mind, body and soul. The network is made up of over 280 neighborhood food banks, community pantries, social organizations, homeless shelters, schools and many other organizations committed to ending hunger in Montana. Montana Food Bank Network distributes food across Montana from Heron to Wibaux, Eureka to Yellowstone and everywhere in between.

Montana Food Bank Network Partners close to Pizza Hut Locations

In Anaconda, partners served by the Montana Food Bank Network include; Project Care and Discovery House

In Belgrade & the surrounding area, partners served by the Montana Food Bank Network include; Headwaters Area Food Bank and Big Sky Community Food Bank

In Billings, partners served by the Montana Food Bank Network include; Family Services, Alternatives, Montana Rescue Mission, Friendship House, Open Bible Christian Center and Billings School District

In Bozeman, partners served by the Montana Food Bank Network include; Gallatin Valley Food Bank & MSU Campus Food Pantry

In Butte, partners served by the Montana Food Bank Network include; Butte Emergency Food Bank and Butte Rescue Mission

In Columbia Falls & the surrounding area, partners served by the Montana Food Bank Network include; Columbia Falls Food Bank and North Valley Food Bank

In Cut Bank & the surrounding area, partners served by the Montana Food Bank Network include; Harvest Food Pantry and Sagebrush Food Pantry

In Deer Lodge & the surrounding area, partners served by the Montana Food Bank Network include; Project Care, Granite County Food Bank and MFBN Mobile Food Pantry Program

In Dillon, partners served by the Montana Food Bank Network include; Beaverhead Community Food Pantry

In Glascow, partners served by the Montana Food Bank Network include; Valley County Council on Aging and Valley County Emergency Food Bank

In Glendive, partners served by the Montana Food Bank Network include; Boys & Girls Club, Dawson County Food Bank and Glendive School District

In the Great Falls area, partners served by the Montana Food Bank Network include; Salvation Army Family Services, Set Free Christian Fellowship, St. Vincent De Paul, Vineyard Mercy Ministry and FISH

In Hardin, partners served by the Montana Food Bank Network include; Helping Hands and Hardin School District

In the Havre area, partners served by the Montana Food Bank Network include; District IV HRDC, Feed My Sheep and Havre Food Bank

In the Helena area, partners served by the Montana Food Bank Network include; Salvation Army and Helena Food Share

In Hamilton & the surrounding area, partners served by the Montana Food Bank Network include; Haven House Food Bank and Bitterroot Valley Calvary Chapel

In Kalispell & the surrounding area, partners served by the Montana Food Bank Network include; St. Matthew Catholic Church, Flathead Food Bank and North West Montana Veterans Stand down

In Laurel, partners served by the Montana Food Bank Network include; Community Hope of Laurel and Laurel School District

In the Lewistown area, partners served by the Montana Food Bank Network include; Central Montana Community Cupboard

In Libby & the surrounding area, partners served by the Montana Food Bank Network include; Libby Food Pantry, Libby Christian Church Food Pantry, Troy Food Pantry and Troy Community Baptist Church Food Pantry

In Livingston, partners served by the Montana Food Bank Network include; Livingston Food Resource Center

In Lolo & the surrounding area, partners served by the Montana Food Bank Network include; Pantry Partners Food Bank, Watsons Children Shelter, Missoula Food Bank and Bitterroot Valley Calvary Chapel

In Miles City, partners served by the Montana Food Bank Network include; Miles City Soup Kitchen

In the Missoula area, partners served by the Montana Food Bank Network include; Missoula Food Bank, Clark Fork City Foods, Poverello Center, Salvation Army, HIS Food Pantry, Soft Landing Missoula, Watsons Children Shelter, Missoula Senior Center, River of Hope Food Bank and Missoula Youth Homes

In Polson, partners served by the Montana Food Bank Network include; Polson Loaves & Fish Pantry

In Shelby & the surrounding area, partners served by the Montana Food Bank Network include; Sagebrush Food Pantry and Harvest Food Pantry

In Sidney & the surrounding area, partners served by the Montana Food Bank Network include; Fellowship Food Pantry and Richland County Schools

 

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