November marks the 14th anniversary of the Can the Bobcats’ food drive competition. Each year, food banks in Missoula and Bozeman battle it out in conjunction with the annual Brawl of the Wild Griz / Cat football game and raise thousands of pounds of food for hungry families, just in time for the holidays. Last year alone we raised a combined total of 144,925 pounds of food for our local communities! Of course, we couldn’t have done it without assistance from generous business owners, volunteers and community donors just like you!
There really is more than one way to can the Bobcats! Donations are accepted until November 23rd! Click HERE to visit the website for more information. Let’s make this year a record-breaking year for donations, Missoula!
(Information & photo via gmofmontana.com)
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