2018 Non-Profits

January:

Ramsey Keller Memorial

The Ramsey Keller Memorial was started in 2011 when Jeff & Kori Keller’s daughter moved to heaven at just 2 days old. RKM pays for infant funerals in the state of Montana for babies under the age of one. They work with hospitals and funeral homes ensuring no family has to make decisions on finances when it comes to laying their precious child(ren) to rest.

For more information on the Ramsey Keller Memorial, visit www.kisses2heaven.com

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February:

Dress for Success Billings

The mission of Dress for Success Billings is to empower women to achieve economic independence by providing a network of support, professional attire, and the development tools to help women thrive in work and in life. We have been in the Billings community for 17 years and have served close to 6,900 women.

For more information on Dress for Success Billings, visit: https://billings.dressforsuccess.org

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March:

Boys & Girls Clubs of Yellowstone County

The Boys & Girls Clubs of Yellowstone County has kept our promise we made to the community in 1971, to serve those who need us most and to help our members become productive, caring, responsible citizens. We have come far and we invite you to join us as we provide continue our efforts to provide a world-class Club experience to every child in Yellowstone County.

For more information, visit http://www.begreatyellowstone.org

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April:

Tumbleweed

Tumbleweed provides safety, assistance and hope to our community’s vulnerable and homeless youth, creating lasting life changes.

For more information on Tumbleweed, visit http://www.tumbleweedprogram.org

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May:

Helping Hands Poker Run

The Helping Hands Poker Run, Inc has been raising money for families with severely ill children for over 25 years. Sadly, insurance does not come close to paying all the costs incurred by a diagnosis of childhood cancer or illness. The funds that we receive in support of the family we sponsor are used to help defray medical costs. The money is raised for the family by the poker run, silent auction, raffle and donations and is then paid directly to the hospital, doctor, or used for medication. Since the original run, we have been able to help over 30 families in the Billings area.

For more information on the Helping Hands Poker Run, email Billee Clark at helpinghandsruninc@gmail.com or call (406) 252-0294.

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June:

Wise Wonders Children’s Museum

Our mission at Wise Wonders Children’s Museum is to engage curious, creative, and scientific minds in a playful learning environment for all children and families. Central to this mission is supporting STEM education through fun and interactive exhibits that support learning through play.

For more information, visit https://www.wisewonders.org

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July:

Zoo Montana

As Montana’s only zoo and botanical park, we focus on wildlife native to Montana, the Rockies, and other cold temperature regions at or above the 45th Parallel. Indoor habitats include animals from around the world.  Canyon Creek runs through the center of the zoo’s grounds, creating a natural and tranquil park-like setting.

For more information on Zoo Montana, visit their website at http://www.zoomontana.org.

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August:

Angel Horses

Angel Horses is a unique human service organization located in Billings, Montana. Our mission is to provide positive physical and emotional stimulus to the Senior community, especially those afflicted with Alzheimer’s, at-risk youth, special needs children and individuals and families affected by cancer, through the use of rescued animals such as horses, donkeys, dogs and cats in a therapeutic environment.

For more information, visit http://www.angelhorsesmt.org

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September:

Special Olympics Yellowstone Valley 

Special Olympics Montana (SOMT) is a state-wide non-profit organization that provides year-round sports training, athletic competition, and health-related programming for individuals with intellectual disabilities. SOMT changes lives through the power of sport by encouraging and empowering people with intellectual disabilities, promoting acceptance for all, and fostering communities of understanding and respect.

For more information, visit https://www.somt.org

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October:

Adaptive Performance Center

The Adaptive Performance Center, Inc. is a non-profit organization designed to serve disabled veterans and help them improve and maintain as much independent active living as possible and improve social functioning. From PTSD, depression, and anxiety to amputees, and para/quadriplegics we are here to help them in a way that just mental health and rehabilitative services cannot achieve.

For more information, visit http://adaptiveperformancecenter.com

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November:

Friendship House of Christian Service

Friendship House aims to reflect the love of Jesus Christ by fostering renewal, stability and transformation in the lives of youth and families in South Billings. Friendship House was born in 1957 as an outreach of four downtown churches throwing open their doors to meet the needs of underserved members of our community. Now we are supported by more than 40 local churches, 25 community partners, and 15 service clubs. Since our inception, Friendship House has enabled thousands of youth and families to move from poverty to prosperity, helping to end the generational poverty so prevalent in our south side neighborhood. We build our community’s future by building our youth and their families as leaders for tomorrow

For more information, visit http://www.friendshipmt.org

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December:

Yellowstone Boys and Girls Ranch

Yellowstone Boys and Girls Ranch, a nonprofit organization, is trusted locally and nationally as a leader in the field of mental health care for children and their families.

For more information, visit http://www.ybgr.org

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