Restoring Kindness 2022 - Montana
In the restoration business, we have the opportunity to serve our communities during very stressful situations. We restore homes, we restore businesses, and we restore lives. When we focus on others, our world becomes a better place.
What is Restoring Kindness campaign? It’s a focused effort to give back to our communities, those we know and those we just met. We believe acts of kindness are contagious, and by sharing acts of kindness that are important to our team, we hope to inspire others to pay it forward in ways that are meaningful to them.
- Montana Food Bank Network:
Montana Food Bank Network works with the national hunger-fighting organization, Feeding America and has developed several programs specifically to address the unique challenges of accessing food in Montana. MFBN distributes food from Huron to Wibaux, Eureka to West Yellowstone and everywhere in between.
MFBN partners over 340 network partners that include: food banks, food pantries, schools, senior centers, and shelters. All working together to end hunger in Montana.
Service day project - Food repack & sorting. This project takes foods that arrive in bulk sized bins and repacks them into smaller family-sized portions that are more shelf friendly for our partner agencies.
Youth Homes is an organization that cares for children who are facing abuse, neglect, emotional trauma, and substance abuse problems. Through emergency shelters, therapeutic group homes, foster care and adoption programs and counseling services, Youth Homes provides a safe refuge for kids while they begin the difficult process of healing. Since 1971, Youth Homes has cared for more than 12,000 children and their families in Western Montana.
Service day project- Drywall patching, repair and painting the interior main level of three homes for the organization. Sunrise Children’s Home & Gallagher Children's Home, Linda Massa Youth Home (Hamilton).
- Humane Society of Western Montana:
The Humane Society of Western Montana builds opportunities for pets and people to thrive. They help pets stay in their home by providing accessible and affordable programs. Provide physical, emotional, and medical care for the animals in their shelter. Additionally, they match people with pets to enrich each other’s lives and improve every animal’s chance to find a lifelong home by addressing each pet’s unique needs.
Service day project- Building a new outdoor shed. Remodeling new office space by attaching workspaces/desks to walls and repainting and replacing trim.