Though our team works with many nonprofits, cities, counties, businesses and community members to make big things possible, we have formal partnerships with a number nonprofits that are focused on health and human services. We are proud to work closely with these partners, as they work hard to change our neighbors’ lives and strengthen our community.

Our Partners

The Angel Fund helps Helena public school children in need with school clothes, winter outerwear, shoes, school supplies, classroom materials and field trip fees so they arrive at school ready to learn each fall. Angel Fund also awards Montana post-secondary scholarships to deserving seniors at Capital High, Helena High and Pupils in Alternative Learning based on financial need, academic success and a commitment to give back to their community.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Helena and Great Falls provides children facing adversity with strong and enduring, professionally supported one-to-one relationships that change their lives for the better, forever.
Boy Scouts of America – Montana Council prepares young people to make ethical and moral choice over their lifetime by instilling in them the values of the Scout Oath and Law.
Broadwater County Social Services Committee promotes the physical and mental well-being of residents and assist with programs that make the community a healthier place in which to live.
Career Training Institute provides services, resources, and opportunities for job training, employment, and enterprise development.
CASA of Lewis and Clark and Broadwater Counties advocates for the best interest of abused and neglected children in the First Judicial District Courts.
Catholic Social Services of Montana provides a baby pantry (diapers, formula, and wipes) as well as a mentoring program for youth in Helena and East Helena.
The Center for Mental Health partners with people and communities to produce exceptional, integrated mental health and substance abuse services.
Child Care Connections is a six-county child care resource and referral agency that advocates for the well-being and quality care of children by supporting early childhood professionals, families and the communities they serve. Serving Lewis and Clark, Jefferson, Broadwater, Gallatin, Park, and Meagher counties.
Elkhorn Search and Rescue’s goal is to save lives. This is done through non-technical search and rescue, assisting qualified technical teams, and assisting the Jefferson County Sheriff’s office in the event of a disaster or an emergency.
ExplorationWorks vision is one where everyone can participate equally in the excitement of science and technology learning.
Family Outreach, Inc. advocates for and supports the dignity, integrity, and education of children with disabilities and their family.
Family Promise of Greater Helena, in cooperation with congregation partners and volunteers, comes alongside homeless families to provide support until they can regain sustainable independence.
Florence Crittenton Home and Services provides innovative, comprehensive services and nurturing programs that engage and empower children, young adults and young families to thrive and build productive lives.
The Friendship Center of Helena provides support for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault with free services available 24/7.
Girl Scouts of Montana and Wyoming builds girls of courage, confidence, and character who makes the world a better place.
Girls Thrive is on a mission is to inspire girls to empower themselves through a variety of sports and educational lessons designed to improve self-confidence, self-esteem, and positive body image.
Good Samaritan Thrift Store and Ministries works to advance family life, human dignity, and the common good, providing assistance (rental, clothing, diapers, utility, etc.) to those in need, especially the most vulnerable.
Helena Community Gardens builds gardens, provides the tools and knowledge to grow food, and increases access to healthy and affordable food.
Helena Food Share serves our neighbors in need by providing food in a respectful and dignified way, working with others to eliminate hunger in the Helena area.
Montana Joining Community Forces was created to subsidize existing Service Members, Veterans and their Families (SMVF) support with new alternative and non-traditional methods of support relative to the success of life after military service.
Lewis and Clark Public Health’s Cancer Screening Program supports comprehensive cancer control by providing ongoing quality screening services to under and uninsured community members.
The Lewis and Clark Literacy Council helps adults acquire the reading, writing, basic math, English language, and American culture and work-based literacy skills, so that they may reach their fullest potential within their families and in our community.
Lewis & Clark Search and Rescue is made up of volunteers ranging from construction workers, doctors, retired persons, college students, and real estate brokers, just to name a few.
PEERS Unlimited provides opportunities for individuals with disabilities to experience life in the same manner that people without disabilities live it.
Rocky Mountain Development Council, Inc. strives to improve quality of life and promote self-sufficiency for individuals and families.  Rocky programs partnered with United Way of the Lewis and Clark Area include Meals on Wheels, Head Start, and the Retired Senior Volunteer Program.
Rural Dynamics, Inc. helps people achieve financial security and pursue economic opportunity.
The Salvation Army provides assistance and transitional housing to those in need in the Helena area.
True North Search Dogs is a Volunteer search and rescue k9 group providing services to local search and rescue units in Lewis & Clark County and the surrounding area.
The Helena Family YMCA is dedicated to building the self esteem and enriching spirit, mind, and body for persons of all ages and economic status.
Youth Connections works to make Helena a healthy and supportive place for kids and families. We focus on preventing and reducing substance abuse and violence, while enhancing social, emotional and mental health supports for Helena’s youth.
Youth Homes was founded in 1971 to help youth that are troubled by abuse, neglect, illegal substance abuse, school failure, family conflict, family violence, and emotional/mental disturbance, and more. In Helena, Youth Homes operates the Margaret Stuart Boys and Girls Home as well as the Jan Shaw Home for Girls.
YWCA Helena prevents homelessness, provides supportive transitional housing for homeless women and their children, and provides services that restore hope and self-sufficiency.