USA: BOZEMAN – If you made it to Bobcat Stadium for tailgating Saturday, you may have met 9-year-old Braden.
He’s raising money again for MTN’s Montana Wildfire Relief Fund.
People were opening up their wallets and purses for this cause, and Braden was handing out free lemonade to those who wanted some.Even a firefighter came up and shook his hand.
“This young man, I’ve known a long time and nothing he’s doing right now surprises me,” said Montana Firefighters Union President Joel Fassbinder.
“He’s got a heart as big as Montana, and to give back to the firefighters and the communities is not at all out of character for him. He’s a fine young man and represents Bozeman and Montana State and Montana certainly very well,” Fassbinder said.
Braden raised $419 Saturday, making a grand total of more than $600 raised the past two home games.
Those funds will go toward our Montana Wildfire Relief Fund.
GIVE BY MAIL:
Make your check payable to the Montana Community Foundation and write “Montana Wildfire Relief Fund” in the memo line.
Mail to: MTN Wildfire Relief Fund, Montana Community Foundation, PO Box 1145, Helena, MT 59624-1145.