This site uses a module created by best online poker sites.

City Desk

Town Pump Charitable Foundation commits $400,000 to Rescue Mission

Print


Press Release from Town Pump Charitable Foundation:

April 4, 2018

The Town Pump Charitable Foundation announced today it has committed up to $400,000 to the Butte Rescue Mission to help it establish a new homeless shelter on East Platinum Street.

A grant of $200,000 has been given to the Mission for the purchase of the land and buildings. The remaining $200,000 is structured as a matching grant, with donations matched dollar for dollar up to $200,000.

“We believe it is incumbent upon us as members of the community of Butte, to assist those in need," the Foundation's Maureen Kenneally said. "This is a vital investment in our community. We have had, and we need to have, a place to help our neighbors."

"The Rescue Mission has served Southwest Montana for over 40 years," Kenneally added. "With the new and expanded services it will provide, people will get the help they need to be restored and uplifted. We are grateful for Rocky Lyons and the Butte Rescue Mission Board for their leadership and ministry to deliver both healing and nourishment for the body, mind, and spirit.”


 

Add comment


Security code
Refresh

Tuesday the 17th. Affiliate Marketing.
Copyright 2012

©

Extensions by Siteground Joomla hosting