Yellowstone Club Community Foundation is expanding its efforts to fight hunger in southwest Montana by sponsoring The Community Café in Bozeman. As Montana’s only “Pay What You Can Café,” it operates in tandem with the Gallatin Valley Food Bank, a longtime partner of the Foundation.
Women entrepreneurs in Big Sky will soon be eligible for non-traditional capital and no-cost business coaching thanks to a new partnership between the Prospera Business Network and the Yellowstone Club Community Foundation.
December 7, 2016 – Reinforcing its support of local groups building a healthy developing community in Big Sky, the Yellowstone Club Community Foundation has awarded new grants totaling $221,500.00 to 24 local nonprofit organizations.
The Foundation also announced a new multi-year giving program, the Black Diamond Sponsorship.
Sophisticated emergency, hospitalization, and associated medical services arrived in Big Sky last December with the opening of the Bozeman Health Big Sky Medical Center (BSMC).
The hospital received substantial generous support from Club members through a special fund established by the Foundation.
In recognition of a $500,000 gift from Club members Leonard Hill and Dr. Patricia Gordon to fund excellence and innovation, BSMC has named its six room emergency department in their honor.
The Yellowstone Club Community Foundation is honored to announce Anna Hatcher, Bozeman HS ’16, as the winner of the Corey C. Griffin Scholarship.
Corey Griffin was a truly remarkable person and as a cofounder of the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, his impact was felt by millions before his death in a diving accident at age 27.