May 5th and 6th will share 24 of the most important hours of the entire year for non-profit organizations in Gallatin County. Give Big is 24 hours long, celebrating GIVING, and now is the time to register.

Over the last seven years, our community has raised over $8.5 MILLION dollars for local charities. Large and small organizations alike benefit from this incredible day of giving. IT'S TIME NOW TO REGISTER YOUR NON-PROFIT! The deadline is March 15th, 2022.

  • WHAT: Give Big Gallatin Valley 2022
  • WHEN: May 5th and 6th, 2022 (24 hours total)
  • 24 hours of online giving to local, Gallatin County based non-profit organizations that are registered to receive funds through the Give Big platform
  • "One Valley. One Day. One Goal."
  • HOSTED BY: One Valley Community Foundation

Give Big will help your non-profit succeed this year! They are experts at fund raising and have an entire toolkit dedicated to assisting our local non-profits make the most of this day of giving. It's a HUGE event...driving by our community's passion for giving.

THE DEADLINE TO REGISTER YOUR NON-PROFIT is March 15th, 2022. The earlier you get involved, the more prepared you can be to succeed on Give Big 2022.

The One Valley Community Foundation’s mission is to connect people who care to causes that matter to build a better community throughout Gallatin County. Through grantmaking, managing investments, and providing philanthropic counsel to organizations and individuals, community foundations are imperative for the stability of generations to come.

We hope your non-profit organization will join us this year for what is sure to be one of the most inspiring days of the entire year. (MILLIONS of dollars can't be wrong!)

HAVE QUESTIONS? Check the Frequently Asked Question page. They are here to help and will be happy to answer any of your questions.

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