Montana 501(c)(3) Lookup

Montana has more than 11,000 nonprofit organizations, of which the most common types include religious and educational entities. Benefis Health System, Billings Clinic, and St. Vincent Healthcare are among the state’s largest 501c3 nonprofits.

Interested in finding which organizations in Montana are 501c3s? Use our nonprofit lookup tool to search nonprofit organizations and see if the charity you are looking for has 501c3 status.

501c3 organizations are nonprofit corporations that meet specific IRS criteria. Donations to a 501c3 are usually tax-exempt. Use our 501c3 lookup table to find out whether or not an organization has 501c3 status.

501(c)(3) Lookup for Montana

Montana Nonprofits

Many nonprofits in Montana provide assistance to women with breast cancer, support the recovery of veterans, and improve the living conditions and welfare of Native Americans. Below are three examples of Montana nonprofits that have addressed these issues for many years.

Casting for Recovery

Breast cancer is one of the most common forms of cancer in women with one in eight US women receiving this diagnosis each year. To help support women diagnosed with — or who survived — breast cancer, Casting for Recovery’s team of experts teaches them the therapeutic sport of fly fishing. This nonprofit also provides educational resources to the public about breast cancer, including information on new treatment options and support groups currently accepting new members.

Warriors & Quiet Waters Foundation

Many post-9/11 combat veterans still experience hardships — even after returning home. They may have problems from physical disabilities or mental conditions that leave them not feeling themselves. The Warriors & Quiet Waters Foundation connects veterans and their families with the tranquility of nature to help them find peace and serenity through activities in the great outdoors. At the organization’s southwestern Montana ranch, veterans and their families can participate in hikes, guided nature tours, and other programs intended to link them with the healing power of the environment and teach them new ways to manage their fears or conditions.

Red Feather Development Group

The housing conditions on Native American reservations are significantly worse than those in the rest of the United States with 40% of all homes falling below the federal standard. Red Feather Development Group is a partnership between contractors, instructors, and the Native American Nations of the Navajo and Hopi tribes. It engages contractors to renovate homes and make them more sustainable as well as instructors to teach residents techniques they can use to perform regular repairs and maintenance. This instruction empowers tribal members to become more self-reliant, enabling them to fix their homes themselves.