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MT Disaster Donations

Donations to Emergency Relief

Montana's relief organizations depend heavily on public support during disasters. The organizations below are contributing to the State's response to emergency events.

Thank you for your interest in supporting organizations responding to emergency events occurring in Montana. To become a volunteer click here.  To make a donation please visit one of the organizations below.  We will add organizations as needed.

CLICK on an organization below to donate:

American Red Cross Montana Montana Food Bank Network
The American Red Cross of Montana provides shelter, food and health services to help families and entire communities get back on their feet. The Montana Food Bank Network's mission is to end hunger in Montana through food acquisition and distribution, education and advocacy. During disasters, MFBN assists by coordinating food for affected Montanans.

Montana Community Foundation

Montana Department of Agriculture Hay Hotline
The Montana Community Foundation is a nonprofit community foundation that manages and invests charitable funds for individuals, families, businesses and other nonprofit organizations. The Montana Department of Agriculture’s Hay Hotline is an online portal where producers can donate, buy, or sell hay. Producers needing donated hay or producers wanting to donate hay can visit this site and check for available forage.

Missoula County Office of Emergency Management Logo with Flood Background
Missoula County Disaster Response
Sand, space, or other physical donation: https://bit.ly/ResourceDonations 
Water and shelf-stable food can be dropped off during normal business hours at the Montana Food Bank Network, 5625 Expressway, Missoula, MT 59808

***Prior to organizing a goods (food, water, clothing, etc.) donations drive organizations are strongly encouraged to contact local Emergency Services in the affected jurisdiction to coordinate needs and logistical support.***

Find Local DES Coordinators

If you have any questions about this effort, please call (406) 444-3075 or email MTPHEP@mt.gov