The Montana Rescue Mission (MRM) is preparing to keep its residents warm in the light of the bad weather conditions in this week’s forecast.
According to MRM’s director, Matt Lundgren, they have helped over 250 people on average every single night for the past week.
MRM needs more warm clothing than usual to keep everyone warm and safe with such a significant increase in new residents.
“We have requested donations of adult winter jackets, gloves, socks, and boots so that we can prepare for the impending storm. That always really helps us as we give away literally dozens a day to people that come in off the street,” explained Lundgren.
MRM is still accepting anyone who needs a place to stay, even with the alarming rise in new residents, especially given the upcoming snowstorm.
“If anyone in Billings is outside, please come inside as we are concentrating on this storm, which could turn into a blizzard next week. You can stay warm and dry because we have a place set aside for you. We can provide some warm clothing for you. We are here to serve you, that’s why we exist,” emphasized Lundgren.
MRM is taking donations both in-person and online from anyone who is interested.
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