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Partner Spotlight

ways our partners make a difference

Around the state, our partner organizations strive to help Montanans thrive – through youth programs, education, and entrepreneurship; by strengthening families and the vulnerable, fostering Christian values, and promoting arts and culture. We are proud of the work our grantees do in creating a better world.

Quick Takes

Read how our partners are working to inspire, innovate, and improve the lives of people across Montana! 

Helping Others Heal

Love INC, Gallatin County 7/7/2022

Jane Maggard, the Change Your Life coordinator at Love INC, Gallatin County, recalls how a single mom “was mad at God but is now coming around, working on a relationship.” Another woman who wouldn’t leave the house is now able to complete her outdoor walks. They, along with nine others, completed REBOOT Recovery’s Trauma REBOOT program …keep reading…

Teaching through Experience

Montana Association for the Blind 6/3/2022

For Ed Worrell, teaching the visually impaired is personal. After losing his vision at age 24, he attended the Montana Association for the Blind’s Summer Orientation Program (SOP). He returned to teach the following year and now is part of the nonprofit’s three-person team of computer technology instructors. This summer, students will learn how to use computers when …keep reading…

Fortifying Our First Responders

T-6 Advanced Training 4/4/2022

Retired Billings Police Officer Justin Bickford is not alone. An on-duty shooting, followed by personal trauma, led to his administrative leave, mental health treatment, and eventual retirement from the force. An inpatient program in Tucson, focusing on PTSD, anxiety, depression, and anger, helped him out of “mental health hell.” …keep reading…

In the News

Montana Girls’ Coding Team Advances at International Competition

8/11/2022 KPAX-TV

Habitat for Humanity Holds Dedication

7/13/2022 Daily InterLake

Impact Montana’s Warrior Challenge Raises Money for Veterans

6/25/2022 KXLH-TV

Losing Your Vision? Free Room and Board at Rocky Mountain College

5/13/2022 KMMS AM Radio

Montana Rescue Mission Launching New Billings Campus 

8/9/2022 KTVQ-TV

Dawson Promise Awarded Grant 

6/29/2022 Billings Gazette

Hopa Mountain Seeks Applicants for Scholars of Promise

6/17/2022 Havre Daily News

Local Code Girls Teams Take Second at NW Regional App Challenge

5/11/2022 Daily Inter Lake

Eligibility Criteria

Tax status:  We only fund work done by organizations ruled to have tax-exempt status under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.

Geographic location:  In most cases, our funding is limited to organizations in Montana.  We will occasionally provide funding to organizations that operate nationally, when their work aligns with our focus areas and impacts the nation as a whole.  We rarely fund work overseas unless we have a personal connection with the group doing the work.

Funding amounts:  We do not generally fund projects where we are the sole providers of funding, nor do we like to account for more than 50% of the budget for a project (and in most cases, less).  In addition, we prefer to start with smaller amounts for organizations that we have not worked with in the past.

Focus areas: We limit our funding to work that falls within one of our focus areas:


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