Thrive, a community-based organization serving parents, children, and community members has found a new permanent home in Bozeman.

Thrive recently purchased the Red Chair building in Bozeman with the help of investors, local businesses, and other community foundations. The new location is at 407 S. Ferguson Ave. in Bozeman.

Since 1986, Thrive has not had an opportunity to own its own space until now. They currently pay over $100,000/year in rent and associated costs, and while they have made the most of their current space, they are unable to host many of their programs and activities onsite.

Renovation of the new building is set to begin in the near future, and they need your help. Thrive is here for parents with any need and the new building positions them to continue to grow with our community.

Here's how you can help. You can donate during Give Big on May 6 and 7. Thrive has set a goal of $50,000. The $50K will be matched dollar-for-dollar and will help make the space amazing for everyone.

Here's another way to help. Plonk, located in downtown Bozeman has generously pledged to donate proceeds from the nights of May 6 and 7 to Thrive. Come in for drinks, food, or both from 3:00 p.m.-10:00 p.m., and help support local kids and families. Thrive has seen a continuous increase in need throughout the Gallatin Valley and thanks to the generosity of local businesses and supporters they can ensure every child has the opportunity to succeed.

Thrive’s new facility will reflect how they innovating for the future to ensure all children have the opportunity to thrive.

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