What would you do if you were not able to drive and could not afford a taxi or have a friend to take you to doctors appointments, the grocery store or to get medication?Accessible transportation has long been a need of Carbon County. People like us do things like this…People like you make this work […]

You Help our Community Thrive      “There is no power for change greater than a community discovering what it cares about.” – Margaret J. Wheatley and we couldn’t agree more! Every day, your investment in us ensures that we are responsive to ever changing needs in our community. Thank you for making that possible.           […]

Wow!  Many hands made quick work of stacking pallets of wood for the Free Firewood program on Sunday.  Thank you, Thank you!    If you would like to join us for future firewood projects this season, please contact Therese at 446-2820 or therese@rlacf.org 

It’s an exciting time for affordable housing in Red Lodge, Montana! Be a part of the team that is making it possible! We have an opening for an AmeriCorps VISTA in 2020 at the Red Lodge Area Community Foundation! Come work with a great group of people and be the difference!  Please apply using the […]

By Stephen Kalb-Koenigsfeld C.A.R.T. Transportation Coordinator The Carbon County Area Ride and Transit advisory committee met for its monthly meeting in October, but with a change of scenery. For the first time, the Transportation Advisory Committee (TAC) was taken out of Red Lodge, travelling to Joliet. The Joliet Community Center hosted the afternoon meeting on […]

Thank you to our wonderful volunteers and partners who stacked and wrapped 12 1/2 pallets of wood for the free firewood program through the Red Lodge Area Community Foundation.    We have more wood to process.. Please Join Us!  If you are interested, please contact Therese at 446-2820 or therese@rlacf.org. 

Every 17 minutes, at least six Americans lose a loved one to suicide. Most did not have the chance to learn the warning signs. With QPR training, you have an opportunity to make a difference and have the chance to help save a life. QPR is an evidence-based suicide prevention training and stands for Question, […]

Rams Graphic Class Steps Up to the Challenge The Red Lodge High School Graphic Arts class accepted a challenge to take on the location and design of the Volunteer Board located inside the school. The board contains information on volunteer opportunities for students who must complete twenty hours as a graduation requirement. The board is […]

The Roosevelt Center Working Committees come together in a phased in approach to work on various aspects of the Center. Committees yet to assemble are Performing Arts, Conferences & Conventions, Art Business Incubator, Building, and Resource Development. Two committees have started work. Here are their reports.   The Outdoor Space Working Committee is tasked with […]

By Melvin Haisler, School is back in session and Red Lodge Rams students are ready to volunteer their time to local nonprofits!! Volunteering not only helps a non-profit gain valuable skills from students, but the benefit to the student far exceeds the service provided to the business. Students gain valuable knowledge of work expectations, being […]