Our mission at Family Promise Gallatin Valley is to end homelessness, one family at a time.
Since 2006 Family Promise of Gallatin Valley in Montana has been a non-profit organization working with a large base of local volunteers to provide shelter, meals, training, and many other necessities to bring lasting solutions to families in need.
Are you in a situation where you could use our assistance? Any family with at least one minor child can apply. This includes families with two parents, one parent, or kid(s) with their guardian. Please let us know about your unique situation.
The help we give is only made possible because of the amazing volunteers that are involved with Family Promise. We have many creative ways for individuals, families, and organizations to get involved. Come be a part of supporting homeless children and families!
Within three days of joining the program I got a job at a day care. I started therapeutic counseling, and attending a parenting support group. I started saving my money, and learned many tactics to help me manage my budget. I also discovered the challenge of finding affordable housing in Bozeman. I had a hard time finding a place that accepts dogs. I have had my dog through many of my struggles and consider her a part of the family. Family Promise has helped me learn that is OK to ask for help…read moreDaiea
I enjoy volunteering (and being one of the volunteer coordinators for our church) because Family Promise is such a great program for the people it serves. I like that the families have to do their part by agreeing to certain requirements, and in return, are assisted in so many ways on their journey to a more stable living situation…read moreKari Haas
Thank you for being a warm and safe place for me and my son. You helped us accomplish so many things. I don’t know what I would have done without Family Promise…Because of Family Promise, I’m not sleeping in my car!…read moreNora
Our congregation, the Bozeman Church of Christ, has been part of the Family Promise team for about 10 years. My wife, Kathy, and I have been volunteering since the beginning. For me, caring for the homeless and the disadvantaged is an important part …read moreMike and Kathy Tess
This summer we released our first annual newsletter called "The Gallatin Valley Star" that included a two-person perspective on a former guest, Ashlee, and her journey through the Family Promise program. If you didn't get the newsletter, check out her...read more
This summer we released our first annual newsletter called "The Gallatin Valley Star" that included a two-person perspective on a former guest, Ashlee, and her journey through the Family Promise program. If you didn't get the newsletter, check out her story here!...read more
Tools for School 2017 August 6-27 Back to school already? Yup! Do you remember that Staples commercial where a family's back to school shopping is set to the classic Christmas tune it's the most wonderful time of the year? This time of year can be exciting...read more
This spring, we decided it was high time to make some improvements to our backyard playhouse. At first, we noticed some serious paint peeling on the roof and on the side bench area. Upon farther inspection, we saw that pretty much all...read more
As Family Promise progresses into its next fiscal year starting July 1, three long-time board members are finishing their lengthy terms of service on the Family Promise board of directors. These amazing volunteers have collectively contributed over 20 years...read more
We at Family Promise of Gallatin Valley are heartbroken over the loss of Juliana Currie. 9-year old Juliana died Sunday, May 28th after slipping and falling into Arch Falls along Hyalite Creek. She and her parents, Chasity and Ethan, are guests in our program. During...read more