From 1995 through 2020, we invested in more than 500 organizations across the Northwest, far more than we can list here. We are deeply grateful for the vision, passion, and hard work of each of these groups. No one does this work alone, and we thank the boards, staffs, volunteers, and supporters who made this work possible. Explore below to learn more about some of the groups we funded.
Montana Wilderness Association's mission is to protect Montana's wilderness heritage, quiet beauty and outdoor traditions, now and for future generations. Established in 1958 by Montanans who were instrumental in the passage of the Wilderness Act of 1964, MWA subsequently led the fight to win designation of virtually every Wilderness area in the state as well as Wild and Scenic designations for the Flathead and Missouri Rivers. As the nation's oldest grassroots Wilderness organization, MWA pursues its mission by educating and organizing people to protect Montana wildlands and empowers those people to influence and shape policy on Montana wilderness issues.