Local Business Owners Donate Essential Items to Blackfeet Nurturing Center
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Local Business Owners Donate Essential Items to Blackfeet Nurturing Center

Jun 03, 2023

In a heartwarming gesture of support, Mario and Mandy McCullough, the owners of Big Chief E-Cigarettes in Cut Bank, have extended a helping hand to the Blackfeet Nurturing Center by donating $1000 worth of brand new socks and underwear for children in need. The couple’s generosity aims to provide essential items to the shelter’s young residents, who have been removed from their homes due to concerns of neglect, abuse, and abandonment.

Established in 1993, the Blackfeet Nurturing Center has been a sanctuary for children and young adults aged 18 and below, offering a safe haven and support services. With its doors open around the clock, seven days a week, 365 days a year, the center has become a vital lifeline for the community’s most vulnerable members.

Mario and Mandy’s contribution reflects their deep commitment to the well-being of Browning’s children. “We wanted to give back to our community in a meaningful way, starting with the children who represent the future of our community,” Mario explains. Recognizing the importance of providing for the basic needs of these children, the McCulloughs’ donation of socks and underwear serves as a stepping stone towards their broader mission of community support.

The donation includes socks and underwear catering to both boys and girls, spanning from newborns to teenagers. Mario emphasizes, “This is just the beginning for us. We aspire to continue our efforts to support the community and ensure that all children have the fundamental necessities required for their success.”

Mario and Mandy McCullough are well-known figures in the community, having previously managed the Big Chief Chinese restaurant in Browning. Their present venture is Big Chief E-Cigarettes in Cut Bank. Furthermore, they have exciting plans on the horizon with the impending launch of a premium Italian restaurant in Cut Bank. Anticipated to open next summer, the restaurant will undoubtedly bring their signature commitment to quality and service to the heart of Cut Bank.

The McCulloughs’ donation stands as a beacon of hope, reminding us all of the power of local businesses and individuals coming together to uplift their community. As their generosity continues to make an impact, the children of the Blackfeet Nurturing Center are receiving more than just material items; they are receiving the message that they are valued, supported, and cherished by their community.

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