2021 – 3rd Quarter
Alpine Artisans’ request for a $500 donation to support art and artists in Western Montana was approved in Q3!
Boys & Girls Club
The Boys and Girls Club of Missoula County received a $2,500 donation from Operation Round Up®. These funds will support the “Back-A-Kid” Scholarship Fund, which is money used to create a safe, stable, and positive environment for students of all income levels, year-round.
Franklin Elementary School
Franklin Elementary School received a $1,500 donation to support their MTSS Program, which ensures all students have success with both behavior and academics during the school year.
The Blackfoot Challenge
The Blackfoot Challenge was gifted with a donation of $500 to use towards their 2022 community presentations, which will address various aspects of drought resilience.
The Veterans & Families of Seeley Lake
The Veterans & Families of Seeley Lake was given a check for $3,690. These funds will help them maintain and improve the grounds of Seeley Lake Veteran’s Memorial, on Highway 83.
Potomac Valley 4-H Club
Potomac Valley 4-H Club received a donation of $250 to use on their annual events, exhibits, and program materials.
Lolo Sign Project
Missoula County received a $1,000 donation to support the Lolo Sign Project. This project will replace the community’s welcome sign, which was tarnished during a recent windstorm.
Seeley Lake Community Foundation
Seeley Lake Community Foundation received a donation of $3,850 from Operation Round Up®. These funds will be used to offset a portion of costs involved in establishing the first-ever electric vehicle charging station in the community.
4Missoula received a donation of $150 from Operation Round Up®. Funds will be used to supply recreational skateboards to low-income students across Western Montana.