ONDB PosterMontana Farmers Feeding Montana’s Hungry

A joint project of the Montana Grains Foundation and the Montana Food Bank Network 

In an effort to benefit the less fortunate, the farmers of Montana have an opportunity to donate to the Montana Food Bank Network through a program sponsored by the Montana Grains Foundation.

MGF launched “Our Neighbor’s Daily Bread” in December, 2009, in collaboration with the Montana Food Bank Network, the Montana Grain Growers Association and many of the state’s grain elevators. This effort is a donation project specifically designed to provide the flour necessary to meet Montana Food Bank needs across our state.

The ability to help is extended to any farmer who wants to donate grain or dollars to the project. Those wishing to contribute can do so by visiting with their local elevator manager and informing him of their gifting intentions. Montana elevators have received notice of the coming wheat-to-flour project and are ready to help.

All contributions to “Our Neighbor’s Daily Bread” will be managed through the Montana Grains Foundation, a 501(c)(3) foundation and the charitable arm of the Montana Grain Growers Association. For more information or to learn how you can help, please see the information posted below or call the Montana Grain Growers Association at 406-761-4596.

Learn more about “Our Neighbor’s Daily Bread”:

goldarrow  What Can I Do To Help – includes charitable donation tax info

goldarrow  ONDB Brochure

goldarrow  Letter to Producers

goldarrow  Letter to Local Elevator Managers


HungersHopeAwardOur Neighbor’s Daily Bread Receives Hunger’s Hope Award

Nov 2012 – The Montana Food Bank Network (MFBN) has recognized Our Neighbor’s Daily Bread, a program of the Montana Grains Foundation, to receive their Hunger’s Hope Award.

The Hunger’s Hope Award is MFBN’s most prestigious award provided to individuals, donors, corporations, and organizations that have demonstrated excellence in their efforts and have made significant impacts to assist in ending hunger in Montana. The Montana Grains Foundation was nominated and unanimously selected to receive this award for the incredible contributions made and tremendous impact obtained through their generous donations and flour provided by Our Neighbor’s Daily Bread. The program is unique and vital to the MFBN as it provides a valuable staple food product that is available to them whenever they need it.

To celebrate and honor this wonderful achievement, MFBN invited Montana Grains Foundation president Dale Schuler and his wife Margie to attend their annual Chef’s Affair Gala in Missoula. Pictured above from left are Brent Weisgram (Director of Operations for the Montana Food Bank Network) and his wife Jennifer and Dale and Margie Schuler.