Explore Montana History Through the Projects We Funded Across the State
May 3rd is MTGives day! Join us for this 24-hours of giving and be part of saving Montana's history. You can give to the Montana History Foundation by clicking on the MTGives logo.
If you love Montana history, then you love the Montana History Foundation! By showing your love through MTGives day, you can help sustain our work which is making a difference in communities large and small all across the state.
Your gift of any amount, combined with other gifts, can restore an historic fire look-out station in the Bob Marshall Wilderness, conduct a geophysical survey of the historic Winnett cemetery, digitize pre-1900 journals and ledgers in Glasgow, create a new brochure for a walking tour in Butte, or record oral histories from descendants of the original homesteaders on the Huntley Irrigation Project.
The needs are countless and the opportunities are greatly varied, but together we can save Montana's unique and important history. Combined, small donations can go a long way!Continue Reading
I love being part of the Foundation because our grant program brings together individual donors, corporate fundraising, and a variety of sponsors to support community-based history projects across MontanaChristopher Warden, MHF board chair
The project completed was beyond our expectations and was tremendously successful. Thanks so much for this opportunity to help us help Montana’s Museums across the state.Museums Association of Montana, Helping Hands Workshop Committee
I am proud to be a long-time supporter of the Montana History Foundation. Over the years I have watched MHF become the great organization it is today – an organization that brings communities together by providing resources for history and culture.Penelope P. Wilson, MHF emeritus board member and generous donor
Visitors reported that our presentation and restoration work was the most impressive of all the other scheduled tour stops. Thanks for the financial support to complete the restoration of our school.Pine Butte School Preservation Society, Gallatin County
This project has brought the community closer together and seems to have helped people feel like they participated in something special.Nine Mile Community Center, Stark School House Project, Missoula County
I support the Montana History Foundation’s grant program because I LOVE MONTANA and want to preserve, as best we can, the rich history of the people who made this state what it is.Rockwood Brown, MHF board member and generous donor