Stay at Home Fundraiser

December 1, 2020

This year has been challenging for all of us, particularly for those who worry about meeting their basic needs, who have health risks and complications, and for those who are isolated and lacking community supports. Even through these challenging times, we have also witnessed the beauty of our community. Neighbors delivering food boxes and finding a way to get essential items to those in need, volunteers continuing to meet in person or on the phone with someone who may just need a listening ear and a bit of reassurance that they are on the right path, nourishing meals and nights spent in congregations even during a pandemic, and hundreds of MIC members coming together week after week to visualize and create a world where equity, civility, relationships, and hope win the day. 

In a normal year, we would celebrate and build relationships with each other

at the Missoula Ministerial Association’s Thanksgiving Eve Worship, at Blessed Trinity’s No Room at the Inn gala or gingerbread tea, listening to John Floridis play at the First United Methodist Church, eating pancakes at the Son’s of Norway’s Pancake breakfast, not to mention inside our faith community buildings. This year, these events will not take place. However, MIC and our programs continue to need your support. 

Join us for a time of celebration, reflection, stories and inspiration.

What: Online event to share MIC program updates and stories and support our work into the next year. 

Date: Friday, December 18, 2020

Time: 12pm-1pm

Location: Online, you will receive a link when you have registered

Join us online for only 1-hour and enjoy holiday music, receive updates on MIC programs, learn more about what is coming in 2021 and have an opportunity to donate to support MIC’s direct service programs including Family Promise, the Housing Advocate Network, and Missoula Works.

RSVP using the link below or contact Rebecca Pettit at and she will register you. Thank you for your support!

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