$7,500 to Thrive’s CAP Mentor Program, $1,000 to Reach Inc.
The Gallatin REALTORS® Charitable foundation recently donated funds to two local charitable organizations: one that provides resources and tools to local Gallatin Valley Families and another that provides residential, vocational and transportation services to adults with developmental disabilities. The Foundation donated $7,500 to Thrive’s Child Advancement Project (CAP) Mentor Program and $1,000 to Reach Inc’s Snow Sculpture Competition.
“Nonprofit organizations like Thrive and Reach provide important services that have a real impact on people in our community,” said Stephanie Hartman, Board Chair of the Gallatin REALTORS® Charitable Foundation, “We are proud to support their efforts to improve the lives of Gallatin Valley residents.”
Thrive provides mentoring, education and support for children and families to help ensure that they have the tools they need to be successful. Thrive’s programs have been developed using evidence-based practices, adapted to meet local community needs, and rigorously evaluated to ensure program efficacy.
Reach Inc. is a local, private, non-profit organization that supports people 18 years or older who have been diagnosed with a developmental disability by providing residential, vocational, and transportation services. The Snow Sculpture Competition is an all-inclusive event is designed to get people outdoors, have fun and raise funds.