Assisting Charitable Endeavors

2020 ACE Grant Recipients

Mission Mountain Enterprises in Ronan received $1,200 to replace an outdated wheelchair scale for recording weights per Montana Department of Health and Human Service requriements.

The Boys and Girls Club of Richland County in Sidney was awarded $750 to purchase additional window shades for security purposes.

The Montana Learning Center in Helena was granted $2,000 to replace outdated life jackets for summer camp students and instructors.

The Montana Wilderness Association in Helena received $1,108 to assist in the purchase for wilderness first aid responder refreshers, two in-reach devices, two handwashing stations, and various personal protection equipment.

The Tobacco Valley Senior Center in Eureka received $1,370 to rebuild the front steps of the senior center.

The Sheridan Memorial Hospital Association in Plentywood was granted $2,000 to assist with the repair of sidewalks associted with the hospital.

Mountain Home Montana in Missoula was awarded $1,993 to create two outdoor meeting areas for their clients to safely socially distance for in-person meetings.

The Montana Preservation Alliance in Helena was granted $2,000 to purchase scaffolding for restoration and training programs.

Flathead Industries in Kalispell was awarded $1,039 to purchase an AED for their day center.

The Winnett ACES received $568 to clean up the town of Winnett for the safety and health of their citizens.

Florence Crittendon in Helena received $2,000 to build a ramp over a set of stairs to be ADA compliant and safe.

The Career Training Institute in Helena was granted $1.943 to purchase personal protection equipment for students.

The Alano Club of Kalispell was awarded $841 to replace the automatic door closers in their building.

The St. Luke Community Healthcare Foundation received $2,000 to help aquire and install software that provides safety measures for five existing facility doors.