• our mission

    is to 'Cultivate generosity, simplify giving, build endowments, and distribute funds to benefit the community.'

    who we are

    We strive to meet our mission by providing stong programs to assist local organizations.  These programs offer funding opportunities, networking, collaboration and a tool for charitable giving.

    what people have to say

    The Community Fundraiser is our biggest fundraiser. It creates awareness & funding for our organization. People love to give this time of year. They know their donations go further because of the match SGCF provides."

    Jennifer Tulley, Big Timber After School Club

    Having SGCF as our fiscal sponsor makes things so much easier....We are able to focus on our mission. It is a win win for us."

    Linda Larson, Sweet Grass Cancer Alliance

    A very important and visible demonstration of how SGCF has succeeded in strengthening community was the awards event for the 2014 Raw Deal Run."

    Shirley Layne, Sweet Grass Arts Alliance

    It is amazing that even in a small community, an organization could offer so much."

    Community Member

    Fantastic event, fantastic results, beyond my expectations. "

    Alan Ronneberg, Sweet Grass County Search and Rescue


    Community Giving

    Sweet Grass Community Foundation is proud to announce the 2016 Community Giving Grant Recipients!

    • Big Timber After School Club
    • Big Timber FFA
    • Friends of the Big Timber Carnegie Public Library
    • Hospitality House Senior Center
    • Sweet Grass County High School
    • Sweet Grass County Sheriff's Office

    Congratulations to this year’s recipients and thank you to all who applied!

    Coffee Connections -Noxious Weed Identification and Management

    Topic: Noxious Weed Identification and Management

    When: Thursday June 23rd 8:30 AM- 9:30 AM

    Where: Carnegie Public Library

    The June Coffee Connection will feature a presentation by Sweet Grass County’s Noxious Weed Coordinator, Evelyn Halverson. She will be speaking and answering questions on noxious weed identification and management. Come learn how to protect your resources and land against invasive species.
    Everyone is welcome, coffee and light breakfast treats will be served.