Here’s Why Signs Will be Flying Around Bozeman on Saturday
This Saturday, Montana State University students will join the Warming Center staff, supporters, and volunteers for the annual Flying Sings Fundraiser.
Signs will be held on street corners all over Bozeman to help collect donations for the HRDC's Warming Center. The event serves to increase awareness of the Warming Center and those in our community who will need it.
HRDC’s Warming Center provides life-saving shelter to homeless men, women and children in the Gallatin Valley.
During the event, volunteers will be located all around Bozeman, “flying” signs on street corners and collecting donations in support of the Warming Center. This fundraiser serves as a great opportunity to increase awareness of homelessness in our community.
Along with the signs, many businesses will be donating 5% of their sales this Saturday to support the Warming Center. There will also be a supply drive at Walmart from noon to 4 p. m. In addition, tours of The Warming Center will be provided from 8:00 a.m. – noon at 2104 Industrial Drive.
HRDC’s Warming Center is 100% community funded. Last year, thanks to community support, it served over 212 unique individuals, 163 men, 46 women, 3 families, 43 seniors, and 19 veterans.
Be on the lookout for those sings, and please donate if you are able.
To find out more about the HRDC visit thehrdc.org.