The Community Foundation fiscal sponsorship program provides infrastructure, guidance, counsel and training to help people and organizations make powerful change possible in Park County. When the goal of a potential project falls within the mission of the Foundation’s charter, the Foundation can provide the benefit of its tax-deducible-gift status to organizations seeking such financial support.
Current Fiscal Sponsorships
Farm to School of Park County
The vision of Farm to School of Park County is healthy, local and sustainable food on the plates and in the minds of all Park County schoolchildren.
The goals of Farm to School are to create positive school food environments, improve children's health, nutrition and academic performance and stimulate local and regional economies through increased purchasing of local foods.
Through partnering with local programs, organizations and individuals, Farm to School creates widespread benefits in schools and the community at large.
Gateway Hose Company
Gardiner’s all volunteer fire and ambulance service. The Departments dedicated members volunteer their services 24/7 for the benefit of the community and its visitors. Providing quality emergency services such as structure and wildland fire protection, vehicle extrication and free-service ambulance transports to Livingston.
The Gateway Hose Company is currently fundraising to purchase a new ambulance that will allow them to better serve all residents in the greater Gardiner area as well as all tourists vacationing there.
Montana Matriarch is a women's giving circle based in Livingston, Montana. Members gather and give monthly, and use their voices to determine how their resources and energy will be used to strengthen the communities of Park County.
Montana Matriarch, in partnership with the Park County Community Foundation, will use the funds donated by its membership to award community grants.
By becoming a member you will be part of a network of women who are committed to improving the community through philanthropy.
Becoming a Fiscal Sponsorship
What We Sponsor
We provide fiscal sponsorship to projects that demonstrate genuine charitable intent, able and committed leadership, potential for significant community impact and strong prospects for growth and financial sustainability.
What We Don’t Sponsor
Unless they are integral to a larger direct-service program, we do not sponsor religious events, commercial or profit-making ventures, one-time-only events, or film or video projects. We do no sponsor activities that require the acquisition of property or projects that require medical or legal practice.
Applications for fiscal sponsorship are rigorously reviewed by Park County Community Foundation staff, board members and community advisors. We invite the leaders of projects that are strong candidates for fiscal sponsorship to meet with us, present their project and answer questions. Final determination of sponsorship is made by the full board of the Park County Community Foundation.
Please contact the Community Foundation for specific information necessary to propose a project for sponsorship by Park County Community Foundation. Submitting an application and budget helps us to determine if the proposed project is aligned with our mission and if there is a clear fundraising strategy. Park County Community Foundation requires a start-up budget that outlines the key costs and sources of revenues anticipated in the first 12 months.
Questions can be directed to Peter Fox, Park County Community Foundation executive director at: Peter.Fox@PCCF-Montana.org, or by calling (406) 224-3920 or visiting our office at 202 E. Callender Street Livingston, MT 59047.