9/11 Day of Service- Montana
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Organization NameProject Title Project DescriptionSpecial RequirementsWebsite Location NameLocation AddressLocation CityLocation StateLead Contact NameContact EmailContact PhoneStart DateEnd DateTime of Project Special Skills NeededTotal Number of Volunteers Additional Notes
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Energy CorpsGarden GleaningButte service members and volunteers will build upon the 9.11 Day of Remembrance project we started two years ago. This project entails collecting excess produce from personal and community gardens in the Butte area, which are then prepared and distributed to Butte Emergency Food Bank Recipients.N/AN/AButte Emergency Food Bank (1019 East 2nd Street)1019 East 2nd StreetButteMTKaleena Millerkaleenam@ncat.org406-533-66519.11.159.11.159:00 AMcomfortable chopping vegetables15The service project is divided up into a few parts. 1. spreading the word that we are collecting vegetables for the week leading up to the event. 2. helping harvest, and transport vegetables collected and 3. showing up at the Food Bank on the day of service for 2-3 hours, and help wash, chop, and bag the vegetables. We are looking for volunteers for all three parts of the project.
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City of Miles City RSVPHarvest for SeniorsVolunteers will collect garden produce and distribute to area seniors.  RSVP coordinates this event with the Custer County Council on Aging.  Seniors receiving Commodities are given first priorty for the bags of produce donated by local gardners.N/AN/ADistribution will be done at Riverside ParkMain StreetMiles CityMTBetty Vailrsvp05@midrivers.com406-234-05059/7/20159/12/2015Collection 9/7 to 9/12 at noon; distribution from 1-2 p.m. on 9/12collecting and bagging vegetables15Volunteers have already signed up for this project.
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Big Sky Watershed CorpsBrowse Protector InstallationJoin the Bitterroot Water Forum and plant 500 plants along Cameron Creek in Hamilton to combat high water temperatures and improve riparian habitatN/AN/ASula Peak Ranch, meet in Hamilton, MTHamiltonMTcarolyn.brwf@gmail.com406-375-22729.11.159.11.159am-4pm
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HRDC, IXRSVP of Southwest MontanaBring a donation for the Gallatin Valley Food Bnak and have your confidential documents shredded for free.  Event sponsored by AARPN/AN/AGallatin Valley Mall2825 West Main St.BozemanMTMargaret Masonmmason@rsvpmt.org406-587-54449.11.159.11.1510am to 1pm6Volunteers and Vistas have already signed up for this project
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Billings Metro VISTA ProjectHelping Out at the Phillips 66 Meet at the ParkManning the registration desk; supervising children activities; bussing tables.all volunteer slots have been filled; event closed to outside helpN/ASouth ParkBillingsMTCahrissa Dassovista4@ci.billings.mt.us
406-237-61349.10.159.10.154pm-8pm
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RSVP Lake CountryHororing and Remembering our Fallen HerosAssisting the hosting of the 2nd Annual 9/11 Meriorial - 500 in attendance; Soeakers includeUS Marne, Navy Deals, NYPD, Major General of the US ArmyyFirefighter and a n Arm Chaplain;All volunteer slots have been filled; event closed to outside helpTo be added laterHosted by and at; Flathead Lake Guest Ranch Lake County- South of Big Fork, MTMTSherlee Santorno
rsvp@area6aging.org406.883.7284 ext 299.11.20159.11.201514 Volunteers on site - 5:30 Ceremony- Dinner to Follow
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12 to 18Volunteers have already signed up for the project
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Missoula Aging Services SMPShred and FeedSMP, AARP , Missoula Food Bank, Missoula Police, Missoula Aging Services provide an opportunity to shred documents, collect food and drop off expired prescriptions to be destroyedAll volunteer positions have been filledRosauers parking lot Missoula MTHelen Pohlmanrsvp@missoulaagingservices.org9.11.159.11.158Volunteers have already signed up for the project
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Montana State Parks
Preservation of historic buildingsPark staff and volunteers will apply preservative oil to two historic buildings at Travelers' Rest State ParkMore volunteers welcome! Please RSVP by Tuesday Sept 8
http://stateparks.mt.gov/travelers-restTravelers' Rest State Park, Lolo MT6717 Highway 12 West, Lolo MTLoloMTAlyssa Womertrstatepark.americorps@gmail.com406-273-42539.11.159.11.15TBDnone10 to 15More volunteers welcome! Bring your friends
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Montana Campus Compact--Bozeman VISTAsThank You Cards and Treats for Bozeman's FIrst RespondersWe are teaming up with the children in the United Way After School Program and the Children's Museum to create thank you letters to distribute to our local First Responders. We will also be gifting treats donated by a local donut shopWe can always bring more treats!Bozeman, MTBozeman, MT various Firehouses, Police Station and EMT officesBozemanMTJill McIntyrejill@msulaunchpad.org406-451-58438.31.159.11.15All day on 9.11none6 adults--and all the children creating thank you pictures :)We are happy to take in-kind donations of treats prior to 9.11.15
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UM Blackstone LaunchPadScholarship Fundraiser for Veteran to attend Montana Code SchoolUsing local businesses and the community to raise funds for a scholarship for a veteran or their family member to attend the Montana Code School. Donations coming from local businesses that are affiliated with University of Montana or the Blackstone LaunchPad, or from community members in Montana.N/Ahttp://www.umt.edu/launchpad/ and montanacodeschool.com/donationsDowntown Missoula--Various businesses/places (i.e. high school football game, Five on Black, University Center.Downtown MissoulaMissoulaMTOlivia Carneycarney@mtcompact.org406-426-85719.11.159.11.15All daynone6 to 8
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Montana Campus Compact- Havre VISTA'sHavre Remembers- September 11th MemorialThe VISTA's of Havre, serving at MSU Northern, HRDC District IV, and OpportunityLink, will be organizing a special September 11th Memorial on MSU Nothern's campus. We will be placing flags across campus in the morning, then we will regroup for the event at noon. We have invited speakers from the university and the community, as well as local veteran service organizations, to attend. Additionally, in collaboration with the Havre Fire Department, we hope to collect donations for victims and fire fighters of the recent wildfires in Montana.N/AN/AMSU Northern Campus (behind Cowan Hall)300 13th Street WestHavreMTJennifer Thimellthimell@mtcompact.org928-388-72469.11.159.11.15Noon-2pm (not including set up and take down)N/A10 to 15We are in need of more volunteers and speakers! This should be a fun event, so bring your friends!
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Montana Campus Compact - Missoula VISTAsDisaster Response SimulationThe Governor's Office of Community Service will present a free Disaster Response Simulation to allow community members to learn more about disaster preparedness and experience how volunteer groups and first response teams cope with the immediate need for resources alongside the influx of spontaneous volunteers. Missoula Police Dept. Sgt. J.C. Denton will also speak about his experiences with emergency response in the community.The simulation will be held in the UC's South Ballroom from 5 to 8 pm on
September 11th at the University of Montana's Missoula Campus. No experience required. No heavy lifting will be involved. If you belong to a volunteer group that is interested in participating, please notify the host regarding the number of people in your group.
N/Ahttps://www.facebook.com/events/793145560811929/UC Ballroom, University of Montana32 Campus DriveMissoulaMTJon Van Dykevandyke@mtcompact.org(406)239-5975September 11th, 2015September 11th, 20155:00 PMN/A3We are seeking participants for this event, from among volunteer groups and the general public.
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Big Sky Watershed CorpsClark Fork river Clean-UpJoin the BSWC in efforts to clean up the Clark Fork River by Taco Johns-Taco Johns will also be providing lunch!The terrain is steep so please be comfortable traversing difficult terrainN/AClark Fork River behind Taco Johns623 W. BroadwayMissoulaMTMolly BarthMbarth@TU.org406.541.11949/11/20159/11/201511am-1pmas many as possibleLunch will be provided
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Women's Resource CenterIn Case of EmergencyEveryone that works at the Resource Center will go through a faker disaster at the site. Employees will go through the different evacuation strategies and to come up with a safe plan of where to meet and how to handle the situation.
N/AN/AWomen's Resource Center221 1/2 Idaho StDillonMTBrylee Zumpfzumpf@mtcompact.org406-683-61069/11/20159/11/20152pm-3/4pmN/Aas many as possible
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Montana Campus Compact - Bitterroot CollegeVeterans Benefits MaterialsOrganizations that provide services and benefits to veterans and their families will send materials describing their services to the new Bitterroot College building. Bitterroot College will create a space dedicated to veterans learning about the opportunities available to them.N/AN/ABitterroot College103 South 9th St.HamiltonMTKate Johnsonkjohnson@mtcompact.org(406) 375-01009/11/20159/11/2015N/AN/AN/A
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Montana Campus Compact - Great FallsGreat Falls Community Food BankGreat Falls VISTA will be working with the food bank all day to aid current staff in preparing an efficient and organized space to store food items for those in need.N/AN/AGreat Falls Community Food Bank1620 12th Ave NGreat FallsMTSunny Patepate@mtcompact.org254-749-97639/11/20159/11/20158 am until finishedN/A
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Big Sky Watershed CorpsRain Garden Clean UpJoin the Stormwater Division of the City of Bozeman in cleaning up a local rain garden next to city hallN/AN/ABozeman City Hall121 N. Rouse AveBozemanMTBeth Wilsonbwilson@bozeman.netN/A9/12/20159/12/201510am-12pmN/AN/A
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9/11 Day 2015