The Boys & Girls Club of Southwest Montana continues to grow to meet the needs of the community, providing a safe and positive environment for children and teens of all backgrounds. They provide stimulating activities that help build character, self-esteem, values, and skills and are at the forefront of youth development, providing programs and services for girls and boys that many youth-serving, fee-based agencies fail to reach. The Boys & Girls Club of Southwest Montana provides a place for hundreds of children to obtain a sense of belonging, take control of their lives, and work toward achieving their goals.

Love INC

Arbor Medic is a Silver Supporter of Gallatin County Love In the Name of Christ, which began in July of 1995 after a small group of Christ-followers spent a year praying and brainstorming about the best ways to serve neighbors in need within Gallatin County. Since that time, Love INC has bridged together local Christian churches and volunteers to respond to tens of thousands of needs across the county. Today 40+ churches and their volunteers share Christ’s love by providing the necessary link between church volunteers, social service agencies, and our neighbors in need.


Bozeman Deaconess Foundation was established in 1998 to generate private financial support for improved community health and quality of life. The foundation is a non-profit corporation, governed by an independent board of directors that administers all philanthropic gifts to Bozeman Deaconess Hospital and its programs. Since its inception, Bozeman Deaconess Foundation has raised millions for capital expansion at Bozeman Deaconess Hospital and has responsibly invested permanent endowment funds to serve the future needs of Bozeman Deaconess Hospital. Through continued philanthropic partnerships, Bozeman Deaconess Foundation will strive to insure that services and programs continue to meet the needs of those living in this region.


Since 1982, Eagle Mount has been transforming the lives of people with disabilities and children with cancer. With the help and support of a generous community, Eagle Mount opens up a world of adventures-skiing, horseback riding, swimming, camping, rock climbing, kayaking, cycling, fishing, and more-that foster freedom, joy, strength, focus, and confidence.  Set under the beauty of Montana’s legendary big sky, Eagle Mount focuses on people’s abilities, while gently supporting their disabilities.


Manhattan Christian School’s goal is to develop knowledgeable and competent discipleship among our students. Much of this occurs in the classroom as teachers and students interact during daily lessons.  The school was started in 1907 by a group of parents who wished to provide their children with a quality education from a Biblical perspective. Enrolling at MCS is open to children from Christian families.



We’re proud of the strong tradition of excellence for MSU Athletes, both on the playing field and in the classroom. The Montana State Athletic Department is committed to the student-athletes by helping them develop well-balanced lifestyle skills, while providing educational support and instilling community service responsibility. We are very proud to be a supporter of MSU Athletics.


The mission of the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation is to ensure the future of elk, other wildlife, their habitat and our hunting heritage. In support of this mission, the RMEF is committed to: conserving, restoring and enhancing natural habitats; promoting the sound management of wild elk, which may be hunted or otherwise enjoyed; restoring elk to their native ranges; and educating members and the public about habitat conservation.


The U. S. Marine Corps Reserve Toys for Tots Program collects new, unwrapped toys during October, November and December each year, and distributes those toys as Christmas gifts to less fortunate children in the community. They deliver, through a new toy at Christmas, a message of hope to less fortunate youngsters that will assist them in becoming responsible, productive, patriotic citizens. They play an active role in the development of one of our nation’s most valuable resources – our children; to unite all members of local communities in a common cause for three months each year during the annual toy collection and distribution campaign; and to contribute to better communities in the future.


Warriors in Quiet Waters provides traumatically injured U.S. servicemen and women from Iraq and Afghanistan with a high quality restorative program, utilizing the therapeutic experience of fly fishing on Montana waters. WQW brings wounded warriors to Montana for a six-day program of fly fishing and recreation. Most warriors who come are still in rehab in the military hospital system. Once here, they have the opportunity to relax and to learn to fly fish in the quiet and beautiful surroundings of Montana and neighboring Yellowstone Park.



The Wounded Warrior Project fosters the most successful, well-adjusted generation of wounded service members in our nation’s history. Its purpose is to raise awareness and enlist the public’s aid for the needs of injured service members, to help injured service members aid and assist each other, and to provide unique, direct programs and services to meet the needs of injured service members.