In just over a year, more than a dozen organizations [including Local governments, banks and businesses across Gallatin County] have pledged $2.1 million and counting in matching funds, for a total of more than $4.35 million and counting toward Homeward Point. The groups are continuing to solicit donations from additional businesses with the goal of hitting $4.5 million.
“HRDC is excited to see collaborative partners leaning into this community problem and stepping up to support on the ground solutions,” said Heather Grenier, HRDC President/CEO. “While shelter is not the answer, it is a necessary landing spot to make space for working towards the solution, which includes housing that is affordable to the individuals and families that power this community. Together, we can facilitate change, save the lives of somebody’s brother, aunt, father, or grandfather, and create lasting solutions that contribute to better outcomes for everyone in our community.”
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