Montana Rescue Mission
Steaming pots cheerily bubbled in the kitchen of the Montana Rescue Mission Men’s Shelter at 2800 Minnesota Ave., as the final preparations were being made for Easter dinner Sunday in Billings.
The Montana Rescue Mission is seeking volunteers to help with its Easter meal.
The Billings Gazette is committed to promoting volunteerism as a way to build a caring community for all citizens. This listing includes opportunities registered with the United Way Volunteer Center.
Mission Ridge, 3840 Rimrock Road, is presenting a dinner theater, “A Night of Sinatra,” from 6 to 9 p.m. March 21.
Two cooks sought medical treatment after a new drop ceiling fell at the Montana Rescue Mission Men’s Shelter on Thursday at 2:40 p.m.
Standing in front of a small crowd of coworkers and volunteers from SM Energy Company on the third floor of the Montana Rescue Mission's Women and Families Shelter, MRM Executive Director Perry Roberts didn't waste any time expressing how important their work was to the shelter.
SM Energy's Shawna Bonini, right, shows a newly remodeled bedroom at the Montana Rescue Mission Women and Families Shelter to Melinda Barrett, from major donor relations at the mission, on Wednesday. SM company employees spent 350 hours remodeling two rooms and painting two more.
If she has to be stranded at the bus station for another night Tuesday, Debra Taylor of Bakersfield, Calif., is glad it’s Billings.
If your Christmas shopping was exhausting and you are gearing up to cook a big holiday dinner today, imagine the workload of local charities.
Police are hunting for a polite robber who walked into a Billings thrift store Tuesday morning, and after waiting patiently in line at the cash register, demanded money.
When the temperature drops and snow covers Billings, Montana Rescue Mission provides warm shelter and hot meals to those who have no home or food.
^pLocal agencies could use donations to help their clients all year long. Here are some requests:
Montana Rescue Mission staff and volunteers pray before they serve Christmas dinner on Dec. 25, 2012. The mission is most in need of monetary donations to pay bills and keep up the mission facility.
Thursday night at the Community Crisis Center was busy.
As the Billings Public Library — formerly known as Parmly Billings Library — prepares to move into its new building, it is auctioning off the last of its old furniture, furnishings and hardware.
Lily Hill, 6, climbed behind the driver's seat of the new family car, looked around and decided there was only one thing she really needed to check: the horn.
Volunteers at the Montana Rescue Mission formed a bucket brigade to fill 350 orders for meals to be delivered throughout the community on Thursday.
Volunteers serve up a Thanksgiving dinner at the Billings Food Bank on Thanksgiving Day 2012. The Chefs and Cooks of Montana will again be preparing a Thanksgiving feast that will be served Thursday at the Billings Food Bank and the Montana Rescue Mission.
Feeding needy neighbors is a year-round job for the Billings Food Bank. The task is greater around the holidays because the local, nonprofit organization and its army of volunteers work to provide Thanksgiving and Christmas feasts — in addition to everyday essentials.