GALLATIN COUNTY — Multiple organizations have received an overflow of supplies for Bridger Foothills Fire relief and are asking the community to consider making monetary donations now.
The Bridger Foothills Fire Relief Fund has been set up with local organizations in the community to help out with that.
The fund will be used to meet specific needs and cover what supply donations can't for both first responders and evacuees. And there are multiple ways you can contribute.
“By texting BRIDGERS B-R-I-D-G-E-R-S to 91-999 on their cell phone. They can also give online to the Bridger Foothills Fire Relief Fund through the Greater Gallatin United Way website and the One Valley Community Foundation website,” explained Greater Gallatin United Way CEO Danica Jamison.
Both organizations are also accepting donations by check: