IN MEMORY OF
IN HONOR OF
The Strong People of the Greater Yellowstone. Particularly those working to protect that wildness and the wolves that we so treasure!
Beth Taylor, Ivan Kowski, & family
Phantom Lake Wolf Pack
The town of Gardiner, MT
Big Sky Adventures & Tours
Catherine Millis Juvonen
JEAN M MCBEE
John T Bottomley
Judith Den Boer
Mary Ellen Maguire
Timothy M. Norris
Updated July 11, 2022
MESSAGES OF SUPPORT
Support from Ohio, Stay strong
Amy Bufano, Ohio
Gardiner is one of my favorite places we’ve ever stayed. I hope the community has a swift and strong recovery from this terrible flood.
Amy Thomas, Connecticut
The people of Gardiner and the Northern Range are resilient and wonderful! Best wishes during the recovery and rebuilding process.
Big Sky Adventures & Tours, Montana
Sent with very best wishes for the Gardiner community as they weather this and rebuild!
Carin Berkowitz, Pennsylvania
We visited Gardner last year and loved it, heartbroken for the families and businesses in that area.
Charles Livingston, South Carolina
Our caring thoughts are with the folks in your community.
Debra Reimann, Colorado
I have spent time in your community and done several wolf watching trips with Nathan and Linda. And many years ago I took a tracking class from Jim Halfpenny at the Denver Museum of Natural History. We have been following all that’s been happening and our hearts go out to you and cheer you on in the recovery. Be safe and be well. Your town and all of the Yellowstone Ecosystem holds a very special place in my heart.
Denny Arder, Colorado
God be with you all. Talk to HIM!
Judith Den Boer, Montana
Sending best wishes for Gardiner from West Virginia. You all are in our thoughts and prayers.
Kimberly Mayle, West Virginia
One of my family's best vacations was in Gardiner. God bless.
Kristin Baughmann, Florida
Hi Jim. So happy to hear that no one lost their lives in the raging water, though the destruction devastated so many peoples' livelihoods. Hope that the county, state and Park can find funds quickly to repair the roads, bridges and other infrastructure as soon as possible to get peoples' lives back on track. Take care!
LaRita Desimpel, California
We were supposed to be arriving in Gardiner tomorrow 6/24 and we remain prayerful for your entire community to see sunnier days ahead. Everyone has been so kind, wonderful, and hard working - my heart breaks for the challenges you are facing. Keep the faith!
Malinda Belbutowski, Georgia
Best of luck to the wonderfully resilient people of Gardiner. I'm hoping this setback will be resolved quickly.
Mari Miller, Utah
We are all saddened by the damage the floods have brought to Gardiner. Please let us know if there is anything else we can do to help. Thank you to Rebecca at the Gardiner Market for leading us to the Yellowstone Community Fund.
Nancy Hubbard, Montana
Gardiner forever has a place in the Hall family hearts. The W.A. Hall Co. Store which is now the home of Yellowstone Forever was my great-grandfather's general store. Although we no longer have any relatives living in Gardiner after 5 generations we do still consider Gardiner our town. Wishing a speedy recovery and we will be down soon to support the local businesses. Sincerely,
Renee Hall, Montana
I would like for this donation to support the educators/naturalist who were laid off by Yellowstone Forever two years ago and who have been trying to make a living as tour guides in Gardiner.
Robert Petty, Montana
Gardiner is close to our hearts and we hope the effects of the flooding will soon be able to be turned around.
Sandy Snyder, New York
Thinking of all the people and businesses of Gardiner.
Sending hope and prayers for a speedy access to the Park.
Best wishes for the survival and recovery of the wonderful town of Gardiner.
Sharon Jones, Florida
I lived and worked with Jerry and Christina Kahrs on Park Street for a summer, meeting everyone nearby, running the Old Road, grateful to be there. Sorry I can't give more.
Timothy M. Norris, Connecticut
Gardiner, Montana, before the June 2022 floods
Your donation will help local Gardiner, MT residents rebuild their lives and businesses. Thank you for helping us stay in the community during this time of crisis!