4 Helena organizations receive over $307K in grants from Otto Bremer Trust

Four Helena organizations received grants totaling $307,500 and were among $1.9 million given to various groups in Montana from the Otto Bremer Trust based in St. Paul, Minnesota, it was announced Tuesday.

Family Promise of Greater Helena received $20,000 for general operations to provide emergency shelter, case management, programming and transition services for children and their families experiencing homelessness.Florence Crittenton Home & Services in Helena received $225,000 for general operations and a capital campaign to provide services that include housing, mental health care, substance use recovery, parenting education and child care.The Montana Budget and Policy Center of Helena received $40,000 to improve the health and well-being of children in Montana and North Dakota through the collection, analysis and distribution of quality data and information.Region IV Family Outreach Inc. of Helena received $22,500 to buy new vehicles to help people with disabilities in southwestern Montana. People are also reading…

“We continue to be impressed by the many organizations committed to helping meet critical needs throughout the region,” Daniel C. Reardon, co-CEO and trustee of Otto Bremer Trust, said in an email. “These grantees are making a positive impact in their communities and we are

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