BOZEMAN, Mont. – For the month of April we recognize Greater Impact as the recipients for the Our Community First Award. They help out people
Do you know a non-profit organization that positively impacts lives and makes a difference in our community?
Please fill out the information below to nominate a non-profit organization who puts your community first and is deserving of the Our Community First Award. Brought to you by KBZK and First Security Bank. Success Together.
Help honor and support a Non-Profit in Southwest Montana! Their hard word and dedication serve our community and help make it a better place to live.
The organization should fit within the bank’s giving requirements:
· non-religious (but Love Inc., Family Promise, or other org that services any denomination are ok)
· non-political or controversial
· services provided to local residents in our local area (i.e., not a group going to serve in another country)
· not for the benefit of a single individual
BOZEMAN, Mont. – For the month of March, we recognize the Salvation Army as Our Community First Award Recipients. Missy O’Malley catches up with Lt. Rick
For the month of February, the Our Community First Award goes to the Montana Raptor Conservation Center. MTN’s Missy O’Malley stopped in to find out
BOZEMAN, Mont. – For the month of December, we recognize Montana Shakespeare in the Parks as the recipient of Our Community First. Since 1973, this
The second Monday of every month we recognize a non-profit doing extraordinary work in the area. With the observance of Veterans Day falling on this
Every month we recognize a local non-profit that’s going above and beyond in the community. For the month of October, Missy O’Malley heads to West
For the month of September, First Security Bank and KBZK are proud to announce the Greater Gallatin United Way After School Kids Link Program as
For the month of July, Tiny Tails K-9 Rescue is recognized as our recipient of First Security Bank’s Our Community First Award. MTN’s Missy O’Malley meets the caring, selfless directors, a foster dog-parent that has been involved for years and Dr. Quigley, the veterinarian who takes care of all of the animals.
The monthly award for a non-profit doing outstanding work in the valley goes to the BELGRADE COMMUNITY COALITION. MTN’s Missy O’Malley caught up with the board president to find out the happenings of the summer.
BOZEMAN – For the month of May we recognize Big Sky Youth Empowerment for Our Community First recipient this month. They have changed hundreds of at-risk teenage lives, getting them outside, active and connected with other students. Congratulations to BYEP and keep up the great work!
For the month of April, the Gallatin Ice Foundation has been selected as the Community First Award for their outstanding work in southwest Montana.