GPCF News and Events

2021 Grant Cycle deadline approaches

News from the GPCF desk: The Greater Polson Community Foundation 2021 grant cycle is open. The deadline is Friday, April 23. Grant applications will be accepted from non-profit organizations with a 501c(3) status in the greater...

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Zoom into Grant Writing Worksops

Zoom into Grant Writing Worksops

To:      Greater Polson Area Non-Profits & Project Coordinators GPCF has offered Grant Writing Workshops for non-profits for the past several years.  Due to Covid-19, we will meet via Zoom rather than in person at noon on March 4, 2021. We...

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I-SPIN comes to Polson in June

I-SPIN comes to Polson in June

Inclusive - Special Playground Interactive Needs (I-SPIN) The Polson School District has a wonderful, little-known program that has existed for over twenty years. This special needs pre-school program for three- and four-year olds is overseen by an incredibly...

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Polson High School Swim Team to the Starting blocks!

Polson High School Swim Team to the Starting blocks!

For the past six years interest and encouragement has been growing among community leaders, parents, students, and the Montana swimming community to start a high school swim team in Polson.  Now the Polson School District, in a five-year agreement, has committed...

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Lake County Youth Scholarship & GPCF “team up”

Lake County Youth Scholarship & GPCF “team up”

"Hooping it up for Health" Greater Polson Community Foundation grants funds to Lake County Youth Scholarship Program. Our Community and valley struggle with the ability to stay active and fight and control heart disease and diabetes. The Lake County Youth Scholarship...

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Polson Skatepark expansion gets lift from GPCF

Polson Skatepark expansion gets lift from GPCF

In 1995, Polson’s original skatepark was constructed on the corner of 7th Avenue East and 7th Street. At that time, the skatepark consisted of a concrete slab with ramps and rails made by locals, whose parents would help in the construction of new wooden ramps etc....

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Mural highlights Flathead Lake diversity and beauty

Mural highlights Flathead Lake diversity and beauty

FLATHEAD LAKERS INSTALL MURAL FOR THE FLATHEAD WATERSHED COMMUNITY As a gift to the Flathead Lake community, the Flathead Lakers will be installing a wall art mural outside the Salish Building in Polson (on the lakeshore between Riverside and Sacajawea Parks) where...

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Beautification Committee Announces 2020 winners

Beautification Committee Announces 2020 winners

The 1st Place Business Winner:HaeOk Newman, Owner of Oaks Korean Kitchen1st Place residence winner - Lynn Opalka & her dog Jill News from the Polson Beautification Committee - Polson in Bloom judges, Mary Jensen, JaneLarson and Lois Abell toured nominated gardens...

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Greater Polson Community Foundation

PO Box 314 Polson, Montana 59860
P: (406) 883-4723 | E: gpcf4723@gmail.com

Our office is located on the lower level of the Salish Building at 110 Main Street, Polson, MT