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Contribute to Friendship House

We want to thank you for contributing to our kids' success. Because of you, your prayers, your time, and your investment, our work continues to bless struggling at-risk youth, teens, and families, creating transformation for our community's future. As Christ said, "Whatever you do for the least of these brothers and sisters of mine, you do for me." (Matthew 25:40).

Will you support "the least of these" children and families through your contribution?

Contribute Monthly

or Contribute a One-Time Gift


Become a Friend

Friends of Friendship House offer weekly, monthly, or quarterly contributions to benefit "the least." There are numerous ways to be a Friend. Sign up for recurring donations through our website, call us to set up recurring payments by phone, or simply mail a recurring gift – we'll send you return envelopes to make it even easier.

Become a Friend HERE!

Endowment Fund

The best way to sustain Friendship House's long-term future is to provide for our endowment fund. An endowment is a set of invested financial assets that provides investment income. Contributing to the principal grows Friendship House's endowment and increases our yearly income. Providing for the endowment is a lasting way of ensuring Friendship House's future, and provides a legacy for you.

A planned gift to the endowment can qualify you for Montana's Charitable Endowment Tax Credit. Talk with your financial advisor or tax professional regarding planned giving and how this important tax credit works for you. It is often much better than a simple tax deduction!

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To directly contribute to the endowment fund, simply designate your donation for the endowment on Friendship House's return envelope or write "endowment fund" in the memo line of your check. If you are interested in learning more, call to speak with our executive director regarding donating, particularly planned gifts, to Friendship House's endowment.

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IRA Charitable Rollover

If you are age 70 and have an IRA, the IRA Charitable Rollover gifts may be for you. These gifts from your IRA are tax-free and count toward the required minimum distributions you must take annually from your IRAs. Speak with your financial advisor for more information on the benefits, ways, and means of using the IRA Charitable Rollover to benefit Friendship House.

Planned Giving

Planned gifts, such as estate gifts or charitable gift annuities, are an excellent way to provide for the future of Friendship House, create a legacy, and reduce taxes to your beneficiaries. Planned gifts can qualify you for Montana's Charitable Endowment Tax credit. Talk with your financial advisor and estate planning professional about including Friendship House in your planned estate giving. Friendship House welcomes gifts of stock, life insurance, and real property/estates.