Two Helena-based groups were among the 190 grants that will share $20.3 million from the Otto Bremer Trust, it was announced Tuesday. bremer.PNG Nearly two dozen Montana organizations were awarded $1.2 million, the trust reported. Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Montana, Helena will receive $45,000 for general operations to create and support one-to-one youth …
Pandemic era programs supporting human services have begun to sunset this year, including one supporting people struggling to pay rent. The ramifications of that program’s sunset have not yet come fully to light, but local nonprofits and national tracking programs seem to signal that it’s beginning to affect the Gallatin County community, though the degree …
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