Donate

Donate Now

If you would like to invest in breaking cycles of poverty for vulnerable families, you can donate securely online, or mail your donation to: 2606 South Ave West Missoula, MT 59801.

We rely on community gifts (from individuals, corporate entities, foundations, and government funding) to support our programming.

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Donate Items

Urgent Needs: Bed Pillows (new), Sheets & Comforters (Queen, New or Used)

We welcome gently used baby clothes, maternity clothes, and home items from 9-5, Monday-Friday.

Unfortunately, we cannot accept car seats, mattresses, large furniture, men's clothing, or drop side cribs.

For more information and how to donate visit our Donate Items page.

Vehicle Donation

If you have a vehicle, truck, or boat that you would like to donate to benefit Mountain Home Montana, please contact CARS, Inc. online at http://careasy.org/nonprofit/mountain-home-montana or by phone at 855-500-RIDE. 

Volunteer

Volunteer

Practicum student? Interested in an internship? A professional with skills and expertise to share? Just interested in pitching in?

We are currently most in need of volunteers to work shifts at our Baby Boutique (Saturdays, 10am-4pm). Learn about this fun and helpful position and then fill out our application.

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Shop at Baby Boutique

Shop gently loved baby goods and clothing up to size 3T every Saturday from 10 AM to 4 PM. Managed entirely by volunteers, every dollar of your purchase goes directly to Mountain Home’s services for young mothers and children.

Located at Mountain Home Montana (but our mobile store--on wheels--coming soon). For now, visit us at 2606 South Avenue West and just park in the front parking lot on South Avenue, and follow the arrows around to the entrance.

In 2015, Mountain Home provided basic needs and wraparound services to 49 mothers and 70 children. Yet, we received calls from nearly one hundred more families who needed our help.