Partnering with Southwest Montana to feed, clothe, shelter, and restore hope to those in need, through the life-changing power of Jesus Christ.
Together, Restoring Hope.
Together with our community sponsors, we work diligently to FEED, CLOTHE, and SHELTER every person who comes through our doors. We equip our guests with the tools they need to successfully navigate a life rooted in Jesus.
The Town Pump Charitable Foundation was established in 1999 with the mission of providing financial support to Montana charitable or governmental organizations with a priority of supporting/meeting basic needs and education for Montana citizens.
The Gianforte Family Foundation was established in 2004. Since its creation the foundation has become one of the top giving foundations in Montana, giving more than $97 million to initiatives that align with our mission, vision, and focus.
Butte-Silver Bow is a consolidated city-county government known for having the largest National Landmark Historic District in the nation. Butte is a generous community with a resilient spirit. Butte started as a mining camp in the 1860’s and is responsible for “electrifying” the country using our pure copper sulfide. Butte is also known as, “The Richest Hill on Earth" because of the copper, silver, gold, and other ores and minerals that our humble city has produced.
St. James Healthcare has played an important role in the history of Butte, Montana. Founded in 1881 by the Sisters of Charity of Leavenworth, St. James has been known for generations for its mission of compassionate care and service to the poor. Today, that commitment is accompanied by St. James' reputation as a technological leader in Montana's healthcare industry and the largest acute-care hospital in southwest Montana. St. James is part of SCL Health, a nonprofit faith-based health system with eight hospitals, more than 150 physician clinics, and home health, hospice, mental health and safety-net services primarily in Colorado and Montana.
Barrick Golden Sunlight Mine is a mining project in Anaconda, Montana. In 2022 the mine was reopened by Barrick with the intention to reprocess the ground rock, known as tailings, from which gold was previously extracted in the Golden Sunlight mills. The focus will be on removing and concentrating sulfur (iron pyrite) to be sold to and used in gold production by Barrick operated and majority owned Nevada Gold Mines, the largest gold producing complex in the world. The concentrated sulfur is not only valuable, but its removal will also eliminate a source of potential groundwater contamination. After reprocessing, the remaining benign material will be backfilled into the Mineral Hill pit.