Family portraits from afar to raise money for those in need.
This past weekend six gracious Bozeman families participated in the fifth and final weekend of the Bozeman Front Porch Project from afar – to celebrate their loved ones, be apart of a community art project and raise money to support the Bozeman Area Community Foundation.
There has been a lot of uncertainty with all the drastic changes we’ve been experiencing as a community and nation these past weeks.
Everyone is feeling the impact in one way or another due to the current health and economic crisis.
While we may be socially distancing from our neighbors, we also get to experience the precious moments of togetherness with our families, loved ones, and pets during this time of unpredictability.
That is something to celebrate.
Together, we will get through this.
The Bozeman Front Porch Project was a little something to uplift the mood of our community while maintaining safety precautions. It was a chance for families to contribute to a good cause and to create a small keepsake to remind them of all the good things they have to celebrate in their lives right now.
During our shared, sheltered experience, we can foster social distancing connections within our community.
I’m happy to announce that this past weekend together, we raised another $300.00 for the Bozeman Area Community Foundation to help our neighbors heal through this ordeal!
A big heartfelt thank you to all of the 6 families that participated in the Bozeman Front Porch Project this weekend!