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Two-day series on poverty in Bozeman: Struggling in ‘The Most Livable Place’ In one of the wealthiest cities in Montana, a town that frequently makes “best of” lists and attracts tourists, celebrities and transplants from all over, it’s easy to overlook the poor. In a two-day series that begins today, the, Chronicle examines who lives […]

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                  On my flight home from Dallas last week I read Carry on Warrior by Glennon Melton. As I soared over the United States, I thought about this line from her book: “Life is hard, not because we are doing it wrong, just because it’s hard.”  As […]

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Poverty as a Childhood Disease The New York Times-May 13, 2013 Getty Images By Dr. Perri Klass on family health   Poverty is an exam room familiar. From Bellevue Hospital in New York to the neighborhood health center in Boston where I used to work, poverty has filtered through many of my interactions with parents […]

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Family Promise of Gallatin Valley Celebrating Serving 100 Homeless Families!   On Thursday, May 23rd from 5:30-7:30pm at the Baxter Hotel Ballroom, Family Promise of Gallatin Valley will be celebrating serving 100 Family Promise families consisting of 336 people including 157 adults and 179 children. Guests will enjoy live music by Milton Menasco, light appetizers […]

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On Monday, April 22nd, ten our Bozeman’s best Celebrity Servers treated guests to a seven course pan Asian feast at John Bozeman’s Bistro. John Bozeman’s Bistro generously opened their doors to make this event possible once again.  Guests enjoyed the entertainment of fun Celebrities while dining with new and old friends. Auction items such as […]

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  Last Saturday, March 16th, nearly 2,400 runners participated in a half marathon or 10k at the Run to the Pub event to help support our local homeless families through Family Promise of Gallatin Valley. This was the largest number of runners to date! Part of the proceeds from the race was donated to Family […]

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Let the renovations begin! For the past month, our Tim and Mary Barnard Day Center has undergone major changes. We hired a fabulous team to help make our stairways safer, improve insulation and do some much needed repairs. Our Day Center gets a lot of love each week at Family Promise. These repairs will insure […]

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Run to the Pub Volunteers

On February 28, 2013 By

For the past few years, Family Promise has been the featured nonprofit for the Run to the Pub 10k and half marathon race. This race was just voted the #2 best half marathon in the U.S. by Runner’s World magazine (quite a big deal!) We are excited for this opportunity each year to get our […]

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 New Family Promise Volunteer and Educational Opportunities!   We are excited to announce the launching of two new programs at Family Promise! Our first program, Just Neighbors, is a curriculum designed to educate and raise awareness about poverty in our community. This dynamic interactive program that allows you to walk in the shoes of the poor, […]

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Thank You

On January 2, 2013 By

Thank you. This year, you made an incredible difference by volunteering for Family Promise! In 2012, YOU helped 17 families regain their independence and create a new beginning for their families. This year, you contributed to over 5,000 hours of direct volunteer time to support our families. The in-kind donation of YOUR volunteer time totaled […]

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