HRDC celebrates 45 years of service to regional communities
In early August, HRDC officially celebrated 45 years of providing service across communities in Southwest Montana. HRDC is a Community Action Agency committed to responding to the community’s most pressing needs.
According to HRDC’s Impact Report, published the Aug. 10 Bozeman Daily Chronicle, in the last year, the organization has positively impacted the lives of more than 12,000 community members in Bozeman, Belgrade, Big Sky, Livingston and beyond. The nonprofit’s broad-based initiatives address needs from hunger and homelessness to early childhood education and financial stability, and much more. HRDC’s services support their customers on their own paths to growth and stability.
“We are so grateful for the support of our community over the last 45 years,” says Kristin Hamburg, HRDC Development Director. “We know how important our volunteers, donors, staff, board members, and friends and neighbors are to our mission and vision. Without them, we could not do the work that we do.
“Although we have been providing services for many years, we are an ever-changing organization. Especially in the time of COVID-19, we are adapting and shifting to meet the needs of the people who live and work here. As we celebrate this milestone, we ask our community members to continue supporting us and our neighbors.”
For more information about the Community Action Agency and its many programs, visit www.thehrdc.org. •