Meet the Next Generation of Giving The Culture of Giving is resonating with people of all ages in our community! Eliza, Coral, Jesse, Evelyn, and Aiden have decided that instead of receiving a bunch of gifts from friends and family for their birthdays they would rather help others in need. Each of these kids saw […]

Have you ever volunteered? Have you ever felt the feeling of doing something just to help? Let us say it feels really, really good! The culture of volunteering is strong not only at the Foundation but in the whole community. But why?   Being a volunteer will get you involved in fun activities you may […]

Tiffany Poore was honored with the Outstanding High School Youth Philanthropist Award at the AFP Celebration and Awards. She was humbly able to accept via Skype. Her acceptance was heartfelt and enthusiastic. Tiffany feels so honored that she was a part of so many great projects and she will continue to pursue these efforts.   […]

How Will You Celebrate National Rural Health Day? By Garrison Daly, AmeriCorps VISTA “Healthy Communities”   November 17th is National Rural Health Day and as a rural community it is important to consider all of the factors that go into creating a culture of health. The World Health Organization defines health as a “state of […]

HELP FEED LOCAL YOUTH Food Access for All is a subgroup of the Food Partnership Council. Our belief is that everyone is entitled access to nutritious food regardless of income.  In an effort to reduce food insecurity in our youth members of this committee teamed up with school administration and formed a weekend meal program […]

The Youth Mentoring program that was incubated and developed at the Foundation for the past three years has found its permanent home at DSVS and the Power Up Speak Out Youth Curriculum. The staff at DSVS is thrilled to bring the Youth Mentoring program to their organization and has designated staff time for training, service, […]

Like building a home, the first steps of the Workforce Housing Committee have been to the lay the foundation of their future work. After assessing the current housing trends the Committee decided their primary focus would be affordable rental and ownership options through new builds and renovations for local, working families making between $39k and […]

The Old Roosevelt Design Workshop occurred October 7th-9th. There were professionals bring expertise such as Architectural Design, Public Spaces, Program Development, and Business Development, all focusing on how to make Old Roosevelt an incredible asset in our community. Eighty people were involved and were very engaged throughout the entire process and left with a sense […]

Fun Run Numbers Are IN! We are so happy to announce that $228,217 has been raised through Fun Run 13 for 58 charitable organizations in our area! This put our total amount raised through the Fun Run over the past 13 years over 2 million dollars! The Fun Run 13 Awards Banquet was held on […]

Keeping People Safe and Healthy Health and safety are necessary for a good life.  In Carbon County, we are fortunate to have people working everyday to keep us healthy and safe.  Red Lodge Search and Rescue stands ready to search for lost or missing people and to provide assistance when people are injured or in […]