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We're here because we believe in the

magic of community

A  Missoula-owned social impact company founded in 2011, our newest vision TAP, starts in our hometown of Missoula. TAP was created because we believe in the magic of community and we want to help build a connection to the place we all live. TAP is a supportive platform for positive thought, word, and action and we're excited to show the world Missoula charm. Join, and TAP into Missoula today.

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Why choose us over the big guys?

What makes us different?

Choose us alongside your familiar social media platforms. We serve different purposes.


How are we different?

  • We're locally owned and we're for Missoula and Montana locals, people interested in visiting the Missoula community, and Missoula alumni who just can't fully say goodbye. (We know it's hard!)

  • We don't sell your personal information.

  • Any ads you see are from your local Missoula or Montana-based businesses and nonprofits.

  • We're about connecting neighbor with neighbor.

  • We're about supporting the local economy.

  • We're for people and the community always.

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Where did we come from?

We're from Missoula! We're owned by two Missoula natives who have always had a mission to connect the community in a positive way that may be outside your daily commute, routine, or social circle. 

TAP soft-launched in June of 2020 in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. During the shutdown, one of TAP's founders created TAP.


The TAPMissoula platform came from the question, how can we bring positivity and productivity into the Missoula community that may be hurting from the Coronavirus pandemic? With the intention to add to the movement #MissoulaStrong, TAP was created. We hope you join us.

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We're here because we believe in the

magic of community

Our mission is to create a safe, fun, and positive virtual social space for the community of Missoula. Our intention is to translate our virtual space into real-life and supportive interpersonal interactions. We aim to connect individuals, community organizations, nonprofits, and businesses through engagement in social groups and forums. Each section of our website centers around community engagement. Forum topics range from paying it forward, sharing, trading, and promotion, to gifting or selling items. Our Social groups are run by local businesses, nonprofits, and community groups. In addition, our TAPMissoula marketplace is coming soon. We believe kindness is the new cool and we want you to TAP into your community.

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What you get with your free account

Signing up for a free account on TAPMissoula has its perks!

  • Receive exclusive offers to your inbox from local businesses.

  • Participate in giveaways from local and national brands including travel perks.

  • For a limited time sell your items for free in our MissoulaSells Forum.

  • If you're visiting Missoula, connect with our Missoula Discovered forum. Get feedback, direction, and advice from Missoula locals.

  • Connect with a Missoula-based group you may already be a part of and keep up to date on their information and events.

  • Engage with community members in our forums.

  • Connect with like-minded Missoula community members you may not have an opportunity to cross paths with otherwise.

  • Businesses, nonprofits,  and community groups can become a part of our TAPGroup network.

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kindness is the new cool

respect one another

You may not agree with your neighbor and that's OK, but be courteous at all times.

be kind

No bullying, targeting, or attacking another TAPMissoula member. 


keep it positive

Soliciting or spamming of TAPMissoula members is not OK.


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keep it positive and be safe



  • Do not provide payment to anyone you have not met in person.

  • Beware of offers involving shipping - deal with Missoula community members you can meet in person.

  • Never wire funds.

  • Don't accept cashier/certified checks or money orders.

  • Transactions are between users only.

  • Never give out financial info.

  • Do not rent or purchase sight-unseen.

  • Refuse background/credit checks.


  • Insist on a public meeting place.

  • Do not meet in a secluded place, or invite strangers into your home.

  • Be especially careful buying/selling high-value items.

  • Tell a friend or family member where you're going.

  • Take your cell phone along if you have one.

  • Consider having a friend accompany you.

  • Trust your instincts.


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