Ways to Give


I don’t know of a better organization than the Blackfoot Challenge to represent a wide range of people to build consensus and get good work done.

– Stoney Burke, Blackfoot landowner


Since 1993, the Blackfoot Challenge has worked through partnerships to deliver homegrown solutions that last. Individual donations are critical to keep up this good work. Invest in the future of Blackfoot watershed communities, wildlife, water, and lands by donating today. As a supporter, we will keep you informed through monthly e-newsletters, our annual report, and invitations to upcoming events and tours.


Donate Monthly

Become a monthly sustainer of homegrown solutions in the Blackfoot! Giving monthly is easy, efficient, and allows you to have the most impact.

Donate Once

Join a community of individuals committed to supporting the health and well-being of the Blackfoot from ridge to ridge. Your gift today helps meet critical program needs and leverages funds we receive from private foundations and public agreements.



Planned Giving

Including the Blackfoot Challenge in your estate plan is a simple and meaningful way to leave a lasting gift to the Blackfoot Watershed. Planned gifts offer personal financial benefits for you and your family, while fulfilling philanthropic goals. The Blackfoot Challenge can work with you and your financial advisor to accept a variety of planned gifts, ranging from simple bequests to gift annuities to gifts of stock. Contact seth@blackfootchallenge.org to explore your options.

Corporate Partnerships

We welcome opportunities to partner with businesses that support our communities as well as the lands on which they depend. Partnership examples include direct project or program support, event or program sponsorship, in-kind material donations, or volunteering. Get in touch with us at jennifer@blackfootchallenge.org to explore how you can help!

Specialty License Plate

Support the Blackfoot while you drive! This specialty license plate is available today at your county’s treasurer office. The first-time cost is $40. Renewal each following year is only $20 – all of which goes to support homegrown conservation in the Blackfoot watershed.

Employer Donation Match

Employee matching opportunities are a great way to double your impact in the Blackfoot. Reach out to your finance or human resource department to see if they offer an employee charitable gift matching program.

The Blackfoot Challenge is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization and our tax ID number is 81-0488863. All charitable gifts are tax deductible.

Header photo: Darlene Troutwine