Marshall & Mary Brondum Special Assistance Foundation
To request an application you can either
mail a letter to the Foundation or call our
24 hour voice message center. PO Box 3106
Missoula, MT 59807
All applications must be post marked on
or before the following deadlines:
December 15th for January meeting
March 15th for April meeting
June 15th for July meeting
September 15th for October meeting
The Brondum Foundation may consider funding or assisting with:
The Foundation does not fund and is not responsible for house payments, rent, utilities, past bills and purchases made prior to receipt of joint payee grant check. The Foundation does not fund repetitive expenses (on-going, year after year).
What kind of grants may the Foundation Fund?
The Brondum Foundation Board of Trustees meets quarterly.
The committee recommends one of the following: (1) tabling
for additional information; (2) denial; (3) partial or matched
funding; or (4) approval. Applicants are notified of Board action
within 15 days after the Board meeting. Approved grants are
generally funded with 30 days of Board approval. Immediate
or emergency funding is generally not possible. The one page
application process is designed to be as simple as possible. All
funded applications require a project report following the grant
funding. Additional information may be submitted if desired.
The Marshall & Mary Brondum Special Assistance Foundation, Inc. is a non-profit 501(c)(3) charitable foundation funded by Marshall Brondum. The Foundation's purpose is to financially aid individuals whose needs are not or cannot be met by already existing charities and/or agencies. These needs may be (but are not limited to) medical, adaptive life-style, and financial. The Foundation may also support other charities whose purpose and functions are similar to the Brondum Foundation. The Foundation primarily serves the State of Montana.