The Missoula Food Bank (http://www.missoulafoodbank.org/) can accept surplus food that is prepared in a commercial kitchen and held at a safe temperature as long as it doesn’t make it out to the buffet line or served to a customer.
The Poverello Center (https://www.thepoverellocenter.org/) can accept surplus food if it’s taken there the same day it was prepared.
Compost Services :
Eco Montana (http://www.eco-montana.com/)
Jeannette Rankin Peace Center Dish Pantry
ZERO WASTE CONSCIOUS VENUES
Up to 50 People
Home ReSource Community Room
Zero Waste Station (compost, recycle, landfill)
Reusable dishes & utensils (with dishwasher)
Jeannette Rankin Peace Center
Up to 900 People
There are lots of parks within the city that are available to rent by the day.
Wilma Theater (800 people capacity)
Up To 1000+ People
Caras Park (3,000 persons capacity) (https://www.missouladowntown.com/caras-park/rent-caras-park-pavilion/)
Recycling Requirements already in place, with provided bins.
Fort Missoula Regional Park Picnic Shelter (http://www.ci.missoula.mt.us/312/Parks-Picnic-Shelters)
Public recycling bins