Established in 1985, the Montana History Foundation seeks to preserve the legacy of Montana's past. With an eye on the future, the Foundation's central goal is to generate public support to save the rich cultural heritage and historic resources of Montana.
Our approach is both creative and personal -- offering donors the opportunity to connect with and support unique projects of special interest to them and historical importance to Montana. The Montana History Foundation gives supporters the chance to truly make a difference and in the process, become a part of history.
MHF President/Chief Executive Officer Search
After more than a decade, MHF's President/Chief Executive Officer, Amy Sullivan, left MHF for a job with the Montana Community Foundation heading up the new Montana Office of Gift Planning. MHF appreciates a job well done by Amy, and she will be missed by her staff and the board. Board member Emily Hibbard will serve as interim director until a new president/CEO is hired. If you are interested in applying for the position, click on the links below.
Visions and Voices: Montana's One-Room Schoolhouses. Net profits from the sale of this beautiful book will be used to preserve one-room schoolhouses in Montana.
This year the Montana State Library and Humanities Montana selected Visions and Voices: Montana's One-Room Schoolhouses as the book to represent Montana to the rest of the nation at the National Book Festival in Washington, DC on August 30, 2014.
MHF Preserve Montana Fund Grants 2014
MHF Preserve Montana Fund Grants 2013
MHF Preserve Montana Fund Grants 2012
Virginia City . . . Where History Lives!