Apply for a Grant
Putting Generosity to Work in Montana Communities
The Montana Community Foundation offers a number of grant opportunities for qualified organizations and financial assistance for some individuals. We can also help provide information about grants your organization may be eligible for offered through one of our many charitable funds.
Below you can find information about available funding.
Blaine County Foundation Fund (August 15-October 15)
Grants for projects benefiting communities or residents in Blaine County.
Colstrip Impacts Foundation (Ongoing)
Grants available to support impacted workers and their families and further in the Colstrip community
Community Investment Program (March 1-March 31)
Grants to support communities in Rosebud, Custer, and Fallon County.
Community Responsive Fund (March 1 - March 31)
Grants through OBT for local organizations directly responding to immediate challenges in their communities.
Darby Town Endowment Fund (February)
Grants for projects benefiting communities or residents in Darby, Montana.
The Montana Mental Health Access Fund (July 1-November 1)
Grants to leverage technology and other resources to increase access to mental health services to every corner of Montana.
Reimaging Rural (February 26-March 29)
To support projects, programs, or initiatives that result from ideas learned during the Reimagining Rural Virtual Gathering (RR5)
Snowbird Fund (Available year-round)
Assistance to support individuals conducting a community search for a missing Indigenous person in Montana.
William B Pratt Endowment (January-April 1)
Grants to benefit Montana Indigenous, Folk, Traditional, and Media arts.
Valley County Masonic Endowment (March 1 - March 31)
Grants to benefit communities and residents of Valley County.
Applying for Funding?
Need help navigating the MCF Grant Portal? Learn more about accessing/setting up your account here.
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For additional help, questions or comments, contact Elisa Fiaschetti, Program Director.