This spring, Moonlight Community Foundation awarded its annual grants to 18 Big Sky nonprofits, totaling $400,000—MCF’s largest-ever grant cycle.

By category, MCF awarded $141,250 for youth education, $95,250 for conservation initiatives and $163,500 for underserved needs. Awards support programs and initiatives for youth education, conservation, and the underserved needs benefiting Big Sky, according to a May 6 press release.

“It’s always a pleasure to be able to give back to our Big Sky community in a meaningful way,” Bob Rhea, MCF board chair, stated in a follow-up email. “We give to causes that matter and nothing matters more than the residents of Big Sky who give so much to all of us.”

Since 2015, MCF has awarded a total of $3.3 million to local nonprofits, according to the release.

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