Important Update (3/16/2020): The Red Lodge Area Community Foundation’s 2020 Annual Membership Meeting has been postponed. In response to the heightened alert regarding COVID-19, the Red Lodge Area Community Foundation is postponing all of its public meetings through March & April.

With Grants be Awarded and Fun Run just two weeks away we are hard at work so that our community nonprofits can thrive!   Community Grants Gives $9,000 Each year the Foundation provides grant funding to a diverse range of projects and programs that benefit our community. This year we funded 15 projects for a […]

Roosevelt is becoming more of a space for community everyday. Not only are we improving the building, but we are building capacity for community businesses, artists, and youth! Read about what’s happening at Roosevelt. A Space for Community People are really taking advantage of the unique spaces at the Old Roosevelt building. Seven businesses are currently […]

It has been a big summer for our Resilient Community projects. From building a home, to saying good bye, read all about the impacts being made!       It Takes a Village- The Home is Ready for Purchase Thanks to the generous volunteers sharing their time, expertise, and services, there is now a move-in […]

Each year the Foundation provides grant funding to a diverse range of projects and programs that benefit our community. Proposals come for organizations and community groups and the partially or unfunded applications from the Pro Cut Green Fund and the Rotary Club Youth Grants. This year we received 28 applications seeking nearly $50,000 in funding. […]

New General Store Opening in Red Lodge By Tracy Timmons, Red Lodge Area Community Foundation   “It takes a village” is alive and well in Red Lodge! Real estate agent Nancy Curtis, Berkshire Hathaway, and her husband Todd, re-gifted a wonderful playhouse from their winning Playhouse Parade raffle ticket. They donated it to the outdoor […]

Get Help with Tedious Paperwork This winter the Office of Public Assistance (OPA) closed due to state budget cuts. Carbon County was one of 19 OPA offices to close in the state. In response, the Foundation facilitated a Community Dialogue to learn more about what services we would be missing and to determine next steps.  […]

Collaboration is at the HEART of what we do! Bright flowers, fresh air, and warmer days are all signs that Spring is here! Before you know it, we will be into summer, venturing back outside and entertaining guests from far and wide. Before we do that, please consider renewing your Foundation membership or becoming a […]

My favorite part of our membership campaign is my deeply held belief that membership actively strengthens the Voice of Community. This creates the community that we collectively desire-one that we work together to make our reality. Why is this important? The Voice of Community refers to all aspects of our humanity: values, opinions, beliefs, perspectives, […]

Allow us to introduce the Volunteer Champions of 2017. We all know the term “Champion” means winner. And all the people we are honoring are winners in our eyes. There is a second definition of Champion relevant to us today: “SOMEONE WHO WORKS HARD FOR A CAUSE IN THE BEST INTERESTS OF OTHERS.” We call them […]