• 2600 Wilson Street, Miles City, MT 59301
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Foundation Donors Advancing 75 Projects Locally

Donors continue making unprecedented progress a reality by generously supporting the Holy Rosary Foundation. Donor support allows over 75 worthy, local, community-based projects to enhance the health and lives of local people. To learn more about some of the projects being funded, view our most recent Progress Report.


Foundation partners with CCDHS Basketball Team to Impact Local Charity & People

The 12 Custer County District High School varsity boys basketball players took Coach Houston Finn’s challenge to lead on and off the court, to look sharp, come ready to play, and do good whenever possible. What makes this challenge interesting (and wonderful) is how the team took the challenge and ran with it!

The team agreed to cut their hair and find a charitable partner - the Holy Rosary Healthcare Foundation - to gift dollars based on the number of inches of hair the team cut off. Collectively, the team is sporting 38.5” less hair and a $770 charitable gift ($20/inch) was shared with two local charities of the team’s choice.

This is another community success story and an inspiring example of the power each of us holds to make a difference in the lives of others. Here’s to collaboration and the power of great teams!

To read the full story, click here.

Community Grants now Available

Holy Rosary Healthcare Foundation recently announced the availability of grant funding to support health-enhancing, community-based programs. Qualified projects are to be championed by worthy organizations serving Carter, Custer, Dawson, Fallon, Garfield, McCone, Powder River, Prairie, Rosebud, and/or Treasures counties in eastern Montana.

For more information or to apply for funding from the Holy Rosary Healthcare Foundation, call (406) 233-2604 or click here.

Your Guide to Wills & Trusts

On average, a person works more than forty years to accumulate assets and spends ten years conserving what has been earned but does not spend even two hours to plan for distribution of those assets. The chaos that often occurs following the death of a loved one can be burdensome.  This burden can be eased, however, through proper planning. 

Will and Trust Guide PhotoAs a service to you, our Foundation has provided Your Guide to Wills & Truststo help you organize your important information to share your planning quickly, easily and comprehensively with your legal and tax advisors.  A key element of proper planning is a Will, and in some cases also a Trust.  This workbook is designed to encourage you to think about how you want your assets to be distributed at death and assist you in gathering the information your attorney will need to prepare the documents that accomplish your goals.