Fall Foliage, Ovando, Montana

2022 – 2nd Quarter

Quarter 2

Seeley Lake Community Foundation

Seeley Lake Community Foundation was awarded with a check for $6,500 to assist with the purchase of a storage shed for the Seeley Lake Market. The Market supports local growers, artisans and service organizations by providing a venue to promote and market their goods and services.

Pictured: Claire Muller, Executive Director, Seeley Lake Community Foundation

Foundation for Community Health – Safe Kids Fair

A $500 check was presented to the Foundation for Community Health’s “Safe Kids Missoula Coalition” to help fund the Safe Kids Fair. The fair will feature over 30 health and safety activities and educational stations.

Pictured (left to right): Kevi Berger, Programs and Engagement Manager, and Kira Huck, Executive Director.

Civil Air Patrol

Civil Air Patrol magazine, Northern Skies Magazine, was gifted with $295 to help support the civil air patrol rescue services.

Civil Air Patrol, Photo Courtesy of Daily Inter Lake

Tell Us Something

$1,000 was gifted to “Tell Us Something,” which is a live storytelling event based in Missoula. The event is hosted to inspire more understanding, acceptance and empathy within the community.

Pictured: Marc Moss, Executive Director, Tell Us Something

Missoula Urban Demonstration Project (MUD)

The ORU Board approved a $4,000 request from Missoula Urban Demonstration Project (MUD), which will be used to assist with staff wages, tool maintenance and site improvements. MUD offers programs focused on hands-on learning, resource sharing and community engagement, regardless of income.

Pictured (left to right): Casey Valencia, Executive Director, and Christian Russell, Tool Library Manager.