The High Stakes Foundation
High Stakes Times Indeed.
Like so many others, our hearts are broken by recent events. At High Stakes Foundation, we recognize there are fundamental equality and justice issues across the country, that need to be addressed. We stand in solidarity with the black community and allies who have engaged in nonviolent protest to address systemic racism. There are a lot of voices out there advocating for change. We think Michelangelo was right when he said, “criticize by creating.” Protest, donate, write to your local politicians, VOTE, and engage in conversations with those around you, even when uncomfortable. Make your voice heard and speak out against injustice when you hear or see it.
We support small businesses, equal opportunity, and resilient communities that are inclusive of everyone.
Governor Bullock has provided a phased reopening plan for Montana. Please see the guidelines and plans below:
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Our Spring grant cycle has now closed. We will again accept grant applications in August, 2020. In the case of an emergency, please reach out to us at LOI@highstakesfoundation.org.
As leaders of our own families, neighborhoods, and organizations, let’s work together to not only get through this but to envision and create the world we want to live in. Crisis presents challenges and opportunities but it is a terrible thing to waste. Here’s to continuing to work together to build a better world, and a better tomorrow.
Increasing the odds for everyone
We have moved to a rolling grant schedule to best accommodate changing needs.
Self Care is Critical
Grant Application: We will be on a rolling grant deadline.
Feel free to apply when it makes sense for you and your organization. If you have emergent needs, please communicate your timeline to our staff. We will be working with our Board to batch process grants for their review and consideration.
If you have any questions in advance of applying, please email us at LOI@highstakesfoundation.org or contact us at (406) 926-1519.