The Friendship CenterMaking a difference in the State of Montana

This year The Dillon Foundation is continuing its effort to brighten people's lives in the State of Montana by helping those in need through the support of well established organizations that are dedicated to improving people's lives.

This year we are proud to support the following organizations and causes:
  • Lewis & Clark Humane Society
  • Payne, Ryerson, Taylor Range Scholarship Named after three retired MSU Faculty members; awarded to a student in range science.
  • The Friendship Center, a center dedicated to help the victims of domestic and sexual abuse.
  • The "What It Takes" campaign for Montana State University. Dedicated to providing scholarship to deserving students.
  • High Winds Youth Rodeo Club, a non-profit youth rodeo organization built on integrity, honesty and dedication. Their goal is to foster sportsmanship, leadership and professionalism in our youth, teaching them cultural awareness and diversity, self-worth and self-esteem while providing wholesome family entertainment.
  • Intermountain, a non-profit organization that is over 100 years old that focuses on building relationship, providing counseling and support to children and families with a wide range of resources and activities.
  • Boys Town, ​​Saving Children and Healing Families Across America.

 

Lewis & Clark Humane Society

The Friendship Center

 

Payne, Ryerson, Taylor Range Scholarship at MSU

The Friendship Center
 
The Friendship Center

 

The Friendship Center

The Friendship Center

 

"What It Takes" campaign for Montana State University

What It Takes - Montana State University

What It Takes - Montana State University

 

High Winds Youth Rodeo Club

High Winds Youth Rodeo Club

High Winds Youth Rodeo Club

High Winds Youth Rodeo Club

 

Intermountain - October 2016

Intermountain

Intermountain

Intermountain

 

Intermountain - December 2016

Intermountain

Intermountain

Intermountain

Intermountain

 

Boys Town

Boy's Town

 

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