Montana Shares is a partnership of Montana-based nonprofit groups devoted to improving the quality of life in the communities throughout the state.
Please visit our chocolate dipped frozen banana booth at the Sweet Pea Festival for the Arts in Bozeman August 1-3, 2014!
It's time again for Montana Shares annual raffle! Show your support for Montana Shares, a partnership of Montana-based nonprofit groups dedicated to improving the quality of life in communities throughout the state. Enter to win one of the 28 fabulous prizes by printing the raffle ticket and mailing it along with your donation.
Montana Shares 26th charitable giving campaign for 2013/2014 is now wrapped up! We have raised over $4.6 million for Montana Nonprofits in 25 years! Our 1st campaign we raised $11,223 for 9 member groups. This last campaign (2013/2014) we raised over $297,000 for 36 member groups! To view our list of members for the 2014/2015 campaign and to get information on them click on our member groups tab.
The easiest way you can contribute is through your workplace charitable giving campaign and take advantage of convenient payroll duductions. If you already give, consider increasing your donation and/or adding new groups. If you are retired, self-employed or do not have payroll contribution option, you can still support Shares' members by making a donation online. Just click the Give Now tab and you can give a one-time gift or you can set up recurring payments. Click here if you would like to see our brochure. You may also print and mail along with your check. If your workplace doesn't offer Montana Shares as a charitable giving option give us a call at (406) 442-2218.
Montana Shares is a member of Community Shares USA, a nationwide collaboration of state, regional and local federations connecting donors to over 1,000 social justice, women's, environmental and service organizations.
Montana Shares is also a member of MNA. The Montana Nonprofit Association (MNA) is a membership organization of charitable nonprofits that promotes a stronger nonprofit sector, a supportive public climate, and the ability of nonprofits to accomplish their missions.