We are proud to serve in our communities. Here are just a few ways we have given back to the areas we call home.
Every year we have our annual “Give and Save Sale,” where you receive 15% off your items when you donate 15 non-perishable food items. This year we also donated 3500 meals along with all the food and toys you, our gracious and caring customers donated. We are grateful to have partnered with you again to assist those less fortunate in our areas.
A few members of our Sioux Falls design team graciously gave of themselves this year. They provided food and comfort to families away from their homes.
Our M-Team always enjoys spending the day out in the community. Sometimes our way of giving back is not only providing assistance or donations to local charities and events; we occasionally get to do the “fun” things too!
Because of the generosity of the community and outpouring of support we had a successful Blood Drive on August 10. Your donations will assist 45 patients!
We were excited to have the opportunity to be a part of the Staff Respite Lounge at Prairie Lakes Healthcare System in Watertown, SD.
To read the full press release, view our press & praise page.
Montgomery’s in Madison teamed up with the Community Blood Bank on August 24.
THANK YOU TO ALL WHO DONATED!
Montgomery’s was a part of the Watertown Chamber Golf Tournament. Our M-Team were glad to be able to enjoy the time outside with all those involved with this event! Thank you for allowing us to play a role!
In April, Montgomery’s teamed up with the Community Blood Bank to host three pop-up blood drives, one at each location. The results were outstanding with 118 total donations and 354 lives impacted. Thank you to our employees, customers and friends who gave a life-saving donation!
Helping Homeless Youth in Sioux Falls
On April 14, 2020, Montgomery’s delivered 23 mattresses, box springs, mattress pads, bed frames and metal headboards to Volunteers of America, Dakotas, new apartments for homeless youth in Sioux Falls. The Axis180 program provides housing and life skills training to young adults ages 16-21. Through this program, VOA Dakotas is able to serve up to twenty one young adults at a time who have been identified as homeless within the Sioux Falls school system. It was through a Chamber of Commerce community appeals campaign in early 2019 that this opportunity presented itself. Dennis Hoffman, CEO and president of Volunteers of America, Dakotas, thanked Montgomery’s by saying, “Thank you to Montgomery’s for helping youth have a warm place to lay their head, to rest, and to have hope for the future.”
Montgomery’s was excited to partner with the Sioux Falls Furniture Mission to donate and distribute beds and furniture to families in need. Marking the 126th Anniversary of Montgomery’s 126 Tempur-pedic mattresses were donate. Pictured here are President Eric Sinclair and Director of Logistics Matt Reichert delivering these mattresses.
For our winter 2014, 2015, 2016 promotions we offered our customers a discount on their purchase for a donation. All donations were distributed to local organizations including Feeding South Dakota.
Many Montgomery’s employees have or currently serve in the Armed Forces. We are proud to support and accommodate their training and duty commitments.
Every year our Madison and Executive team donate and serve a meal as part of The Gathering Meal in Madison, SD. The Gathering is a weekly opportunity for residents to enjoy a meal at no charge. Pictured are Carrie Mennis (HR Manager), Eric Sinclair (President), Laura Johnson (CFO), Shelli Peterson (Design Team Manager). Photo by Connie Sinclair (Owner).
We enjoy hosting local schools old and young. This school tour included a first grade class from Sioux Falls. The students were spoiled with a tour of the store, some jumping on beds, riding in a tuck tuck and trying out furniture with Eric Sinclair.
Look for Montgomery’s every year in the Madison, SD parade. Eric enjoys driving his vintage limo while our team distributes beads. Pictured here are Eric Sinclair, his children Kyan and Giselle, CFO Laura Johnson and hiding in the backseat Neala Sinclair.