I love the tiny homes-type shows and seeing how much they can do with just a little space. That’s just one reason I love the idea of tiny homes to help solve the homeless problem. If you feel the same way, you can help!
The HRDC is working on a second tiny home build project the next three weekends: July 22-23, July 29-30, and August 5-6...
The Greater Gallatin Homeless Action Coalition (GGHAC), is pleased to present the 8th annual Community Connect event this Saturday, Jan. 30. Community Connect is a FREE, one-stop shop for low-income community members where they can receive services such as wellness exams, dental care, clothing, housing applications, haircuts, and much more!
HRDC's Warming Center for the homeless, which is completely funded by community support, currently has the means to only keep their doors open for about a month. A warm shelter is a basic human right. Give a truly rewarding gift this holiday season. Find out how you can help here.
The Flying Signs Fundraiser is the HRDC Warming Center’s highest profile fundraiser of the year. 40 plus volunteers are needed to help stand on designated corners with Warming Center donation signs and collect money from people in their cars. Each group will meet at the Community Cafe before their 3-4 hour shift on Saturday, October 18.
Family Promise of Gallatin Valley will host the 8th annual Cardboard Box City on Friday, October 3 in Bogert Park. This community education event is a great opportunity to help help build awareness and raise funds for the homeless population in our community.
Everyone deserves a warm, safe place to sleep during the cold winter months. Homeless people in Bozeman will now have a bigger and better facility this winter season. The Warming Center is set to open its doors at their new location, and is counting on the community's support...
It’s been one year since Ted Williams, the homeless “man with the golden voice,” became an overnight sensation after a video interview with a local reporter went viral. ‘Entertainment Tonight’ recently checked in with Williams to see how he’s fared since then.
Three Orlando citizens who were only trying to do a good deed ended up behind bars on Wednesday. They were part of the international charity organization, "Food Not Bombs," a group that provides meals to those without.