Staff and visitors at the Missoula Food Bank and Community Center can feel a little safer from the potential spread of CORVID-19, thanks to the generosity of DPI and its President/Owner Brad Reid. Brad and his son, Logan recently installed clear plexiglass shields at the center’s front check-in desk and interview stations. The acrylic barriers were donated and designed by DPI, all voluntarily.
DPI also was recognized by Watson Children’s Shelter for continuing to be a Super Spoke sponsor for the annual Bike for Shelter fund-raiser, benefitting the nonprofit that is a safe haven for children in crisis. “We couldn’t do it without their generosity and commitment to our mission!”, the Shelter says.