Leading Community Partner: The Warming Center

Leading Community Partner: The Warming Center

March 11, 2016

The Bozeman Warming Center provides shelter to an average of 32 people every night throughout the winter. Of the 188 unique guests this year, approximately 20 percent have been veterans.

The Center welcomes anyone in need, from families with children to single adults and couples. In addition to having trained staff and volunteers on-site at all times during operating hours, the Center provides separate sleeping areas.

We are honored to support the Warming Center as one of our Leading Community Partners through our Deep Roots giving program. Providing a warm, safe place to sleep reduces the risk of lives being lost while sleeping outside in the elements. This important work helps makes our community a stronger, kinder, place for everyone.

The Center, a part of HRDC’s Housing First Program, is 100 percent community funded. Located at 2104 Industrial Drive in Bozeman (corner of Griffin and Industrial), they are open from 7 pm—7 am, seven days per week throughout the winter months (typically November-April).

Want to Help?

The Warming Center currently has a wish list of needed supplies:

  • Disinfectant floor cleaner
  • Mr. Coffee regular coffee maker
  • Plastic forks
  • Lysol disinfectant spray
  • Hot and cold disposable cups
  • Toilet paper and paper towels
  • 8-plus ounce hand sanitizer

To donate, contact Tonya Horn at 587-4486 or warmingcenter@thehrdc.org.

Photography by Jessie Moore Photography. Check out photos of all of our Leading Community Partners, on display now in the Flying C Cafe and Co-op Downtown.

Co-op Deep Roots

In operation since 1979, the Co-op has deep roots in Bozeman. As a community-owned business, we believe that bringing people together, inspiring change and making a difference in our community is all part of being a good neighbor.

The Deep Roots project digs deep to give back to our community in meaningful and inspiring ways, with a commitment to “Respect the food, the people and the place.”

What other non-profit groups are doing amazing things in our community? Check out a full list of our Leading Community Partners.