Thank You All for Your Help in 2015
Our sincerest thanks to everyone for their tremendous support of Adopt A Sox in 2015 — whether you or your company made a monetary donation, sponsored a football or Frisbee, gave or purchased items to fill our boxes, allowed us to be in your store, or volunteered your time. Without all of you, Adopt A Sox could not be successful and our active troops wouldn’t know how much we appreciate their service. In 2015, we handed out 200 Christmas stockings to those on active duty and shipped 152 boxes to those stationed overseas.
Cash for Candy from Sayre Orthodontics
Sayre Orthodontics has been a supporter of Adopt A Sox for several years with their Cash for Candy program. The candy gets donated to AAS and included in the boxes and Christmas stockings sent to troops. Sayre Orthodontics has been a supporter of Adopt A Sox for servera years with their Cash for Candy program. In 2015 they gathered over 700 pounds of candy which they dontate to AAS and it then gets included in our boxes. The child receives $2 per pound, his/her school receives $2 per pound, and all the candy goes to local Montana troops. Definitely a win/win for all concerned.
115 W. Kagy Blvd.,
KTVM-6 — Our Newest Sponsor
We are pleased to announce our newest sponsor, NBC-Montana KTVM, will continue as sponsor in 2016! Positive television coverage is critical to any organization trying to gain exposure, and for a small nonprofit, it's effectively impossible to afford the cost. We are thankful for and honored by KTVM’s interest in becoming involved as our ongoing strategic partner to help expand the reach of our voice in the way that only television can. So watch for our spots on NBC, and if you have the opportunity, share your thanks for their help showing the community support of our Montana troops — our hometown heroes!
Year Around Donation Locations
Donate items during normal business hours at Big Sky Western Bank downtown Bozeman. Donations of money can be made at any Big Sky Western bank or mailed to Adopt A Sox.
106 E. Babcock,