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Michael-Bozeman-picture-1Established in 1984

The Montana Hope Project began in 1984 when a handful of Montana Highway Patrol Officers reached out to a couple of kids with life-threatening illnesses. They dug into their own pockets, borrowed a van, and took the kids and their families on a trip to Glacier Park.

The Montana Hope Project was born.

Today, the Montana Hope Project is a separate non-profit organization funded by tax-deductible charitable contributions. The Hope Project does not receive tax support and is not associated with any national wish-granting organization.

Sponsored by the Association of Montana Troopers, the Montana Hope Project originated from the strong desire of Troopers to offer a special and unique service to the communities they served.


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How Can
You Help?

The Montana Hope Project is always seeking volunteers to the organization.  If you are interested in joining the Montana Hope Project, contact us here.


The Children
Who Benefit

The Montana Hope Project Grants hundreds of wishes to critically ill children each year.  Read more here.


The Organization

The merchandise that the Montana Hope Project sells benefits the organizations' children wholly.  Click here to learn more.