Premier Gives in Bozeman
Every Season Is the Season for Giving
Premier Gives is a monthly charitable give away created to bring recognition and help to the people of Gallatin Valley. Each month, Premier Air Heating & Cooling chooses three local causes which people can vote for to receive our $500 donation. Nominations for each month will be announced at the beginning of the month, and will have the month to garner support and votes within the Bozeman community, as well as in Belgrade and the surrounding areas.
The winner will be announced at the end of each month and will be featured on our social media pages. We hope this program will bring us closer to our community while increasing recognition of the good being done, and the good yet to be done, in Gallatin Valley.
Our Past Candidates
Past candidates who have been involved in Premier Gives are listed below.
Friends of Hyalite
Friends of Hyalite is a non-profit organization dedicated to stewardship of, access to, and support for year-round recreation in Hyalite Canyon. FOH works closely with the Forest Service and members of our community on projects throughout the year in Hyalite Canyon, including stewardship projects, clean-up days, and keeping the road plowed and open during the winter. Your support helps to ensure that the Canyon stays beautiful and accessible for years to come.
Windhorse Equine Learning
The mission of Windhorse Equine Learning is to empower individuals to discover and realize their full potential through experiential and reflective learning opportunities with horses. We provide equine-assisted learning (EAL) programs to youth ages 8-17 in Montana’s Gallatin and Park counties. Windhorse Equine Learning is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization established in 2012 and in its 7th year of providing programs. Windhorse empowers youth through hands-on learning experiences with horses and is the only nonprofit in our community offering EAL programs to able-bodied and at-risk youth.Donate Here
Big Sky Bravery
Big Sky Bravery provides our Military’s Active Duty Special Operations Forces with post-deployment decompression programs throughout Montana’s restorative surroundings. Big Sky Bravery tailors its programs to these elite forces by focusing on psychological and emotional well-being, and by building trust, brotherhood, and friendships that last a lifetime.
Habitat for Humanity of Gallatin Valley
Since 1991, Habitat for Humanity of Gallatin Valley has given individuals and families in our community a hand in owning a safe and affordable home. They serve the Gallatin, Park, and Madison counties through homeownership and home repair programs. Habitat for Humanity of Gallatin Valley envisions a world where everybody has a decent place to live. With your support, community members achieve the strength, stability, and independence they need to build a better life for themselves and for their families. Gallatin Valley has helped build 75 homes and 25 critical repairs.
SLAM (Support Local Artists and Musicians) is a Bozeman-based non-profit with the mission of “promoting the arts and arts education in a manner that enriches and involves the community.” SLAM hosts events that showcase the artistic talents of Montana residents, funds scholarships for Montana residents pursuing education in the arts, and spearheads public art installations. SLAM is committed to its mission and celebrating the arts.
The Serenity Ranch is a women-led organization helping women. With the assistance of 44 horses, the ranch helps women struggling with trauma, abuse, and PTSD. Geared toward assisting female service members, spouses of veterans, and grieving and abused women, the Serenity Ranch is a place to challenge and inspire personal growth in women that are suffering mental and physical scars.
Kaleidoscope Youth Theatre
Since 2000, Kaleidoscope Youth Theater has been providing students with unique opportunities to have a safe learning environment where children feel comfortable and willing to learn through classes and camps. Kaleidoscope teaches the skills needed to perform a full theatrical production and adds value to their everyday lives. With a buddy system in place no student ever feels alone. Kaleidoscope works on growing people, not just actors.
Thrive’s mission is to ensure all children have every opportunity to grow, succeed, and become valuable members of our community through programs that provide mentoring, education, and support for children and families. Thrive has five evidenced-based/evidence-informed programs, including the Parent Place family resource center, the Girls for a Change girls empowerment program (which includes the popular Girls on the Run series), the Child Advancement Project (CAP) school-based mentoring program, the Parent Liaison Program (supporting parents’ engagement in their children’s education and healthy development), and the Partnership Project (a full-spectrum, home-visiting program for young families).
In addition to casting your vote, you are also welcome to make a direct donation to any of these organizations.