The Big Hole River Foundation is a 501(C)(3) public charity.
Big Hole River Foundation
PO Box 176
Divide, Montana 59727
406.560.7089
bhrf@bhrf.org
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The Big Hole River Foundation funds much of its programs through donations and membership dues. This work would not be possible without your support!

There are several ways to support BHRF, whether in memory of a loved one who spent countless hours fishing the Big Hole, through an annual commitment, by becoming a member, or by shopping through Amazon Smile or Giving Assistant- your contributions help us keep the Big Hole’s fisheries exemplary, ecosystem healthy, and communities resilient!

Give a gift today and become part of the movement!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Annual Membership

Become an annual BHRF member! Memberships start at $25/year and all membership levels include a yearly subscription to our quarterly newsletter,

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Cash Donation

All donations are tax-deductible and a receipt will be provided.

Case for Support - please take a moment to read about our programs, vision & mission.

DAF Direct welcomes donors to recommend grants from their donor–advised fund, also known as a DAF, directly from our website. Neither the donor nor the Foundation will incur any download or transaction fees.

Memorial Donation

Make a donation to support our work in memory of a loved one. Be sure to include the name of the loved one, along with the contact information for the family.

Endowment Contribution

The Big Hole River Foundation Endowment is held by the Montana Community Foundation.  If you would like to contribute to our endowment, please call us today for information.  (406)560-7089

Donate as you shop online

Donate to our programs and outreach by using Amazon Smile or Giving Assistant when you shop online! 

We protect, conserve, and enhance the free-flowing Big Hole River and its unique culture, fisheries, and wildlife.