(BILLINGS, MT) – Homeless men in Billings have a warm place to stay while also getting food and clothing at the Montana Rescue Mission. Thanks to a generous grant from Stockman Insurance Inc. and their partner MutualAid eXchange (“MAX”), shelter, meals and clothing will be available to these men along with life skill classes to prepare them for successful living in the coming weeks.
“The purpose of the Montana Rescue Mission is to provide emergency, temporary care and rehabilitative services from a Christian perspective,” said Curt McCamish of Stockman Insurance. “Our agency supports this mission as Billings has numerous homeless individuals and we believe the mission could use this grant to not only help their current guests, but also help the mission grow as they near their capacity of 98 beds.”
McCamish is an independent insurance agent representing MAX Insurance in Billings and surrounding areas. MAX Insurance is a fair, faithful and socially responsible provider of home, farm, auto, business and related insurance. The company’s Mutual Aid Ministries program offers Community Grants to its network of independent agencies to support worthwhile programs.
“MAX is more than an insurance company. We truly care beyond the contract,” said David Wine, President and Chief Executive Officer. “That’s why we are excited to partner with Stockman Insurance Inc. on this important mission for homeless men in the Billings community. We think that’s the way insurance should be.”
For more information:
Stockman Insurance Inc., email firstname.lastname@example.org, phone 406-371-8114, website https://www.stockmanbank.com/personal/insurance/welcome.
MAX Insurance and Mutual Aid Ministries, visit www.MAXInsurance.com.
Photo: Curt McCamish of Stockman Insurance with Perry Roberts, Executive Director Montana Rescue Mission