Assisting Charitable Endeavors

2017 ACE Grant Recipients

Missoula Childrens Theatre in Missoula received $1,505 to assist with purchasing new hardware and code-compliant panic bars on 8 outside doors on the old Central School Wing. As well as to install stairway fire door magnets, a mag-lock, push button power supply on an interior lobby door and purchase a scanner to scan tickets and barcodes on children's nametags.

Lake County Community Development Corporation in Ronan was awarded $1,000 to assist with repairs to the emergency exit from the upstairs conference room exit.

Mountain Home Montana in Missoula was granted $2,000 to replace the security system to a FOB key locking system with built-in authentication technology as well as replace the front door which is not secure.

Helena Industries in Helena received $2,000 to assist with the purchase of an electric forklift to allow employees, including employees with disabilities to finish products safely and efficiently.

Archie Bray Foundation in Helena was granted $1,690 to upgrade their current table saw with a SawStop and a proper dust collector to help with the long term pulmonary health of your employees and visiting artists.

Western Montana Area VI Agency on Aging in Polson received $1,000 to replace office equipment with ergonomically suited work equipment as well as replace their refrigerator used to refrigerate medications.

Toole County Health Foundation - Marias Medical Center Foundation in Shelbyreceived $2,000 for the purchase of a new ADA compliant handrail for the Physical and Occupational Therapy entrance at Marias Medical Center.

St. Luke Community Healthcare Foundation in Ronan was awarded $2,000 to assist with funding towards the installation of automatic door openers (two doors) that are ADA compliant for the Oncology Infusion Center.

Friends of the Historical Museum at Fort Missoula in Missoula received $1,700 to assist with the purchase of an ADA ramp at the entrance of the Library Car to make it accessible for all.

Mineral County Community Foundation in Superior was awarded $700 to assist with training for two car seat technicians.

St. Luke Community Healthcare Foundation in Ronan received $2,000 for assistance with the installation of a new handicap access walkway and ramp used by the residents of the Extended Care Facility at St. Luke Community Healthcare.

Big Hole Watershed Committee in Divide received $2,000 to purchase safety equipment and supplies for 5 employees as well as volunteers, based on job duties.