FREE Boxes of Produce Every Tuesday in Missoula
As part of the Farmers to Families food box program, All Nations Health Center has been providing free produce on Tuesday afternoons. The USDA program distributes boxes of fresh produce to food banks and other nonprofits serving people in need during the pandemic. The food box distribution is to continue weekly over the next five months, and Tuesday is distribution day at All Nations (formerly Urban Indian Health Center) at 830 West Central, behind The Women's Club.
Use curbside pick up from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m., one box per family, they can't save boxes to pick up later. If you are an elder, or know elders who can't pick up, reach out to the All Nations Eligibility Specialist, Laura Bird at firstname.lastname@example.org or 406-282-4970. Or if you don't have transportation, I know Laura would be happy to deliver, she's a very helpful human, give her a call.
Also, don't be shy, let your friends and family know they should pick up some free produce too, All Nations certainly doesn't want it to go to waste.
It's first come, first served, and you must wear a mask during pick up. Please use the proper enter and exits shown on the map. "All Nations is dedicated to promoting food sovereignty and increasing food security for Missoula's Urban Indians and Alaskan Natives."