The Polson Community is growing. With growth comes the need for community minded organizations to assist in making our community even better.
Below you will find links to community organizations in and around Polson. Please take a moment to visit these Polson Community Organizations and support them in any way you can.
Members ages 6-18 are provided with a safe place to go and given choices of wholesome learning and physical activities.
The CFYH is designed to follow a family based model; we utilize house parents that create a well structured and loving home environment that facilitates in creating positive and healthy boundaries for at-risk youth.
A non-profit organization located in Polson, Montana, that provides free non-medical services to Lake County cancer patients.
Offerings at the market include: local produce, flowers, jams/jelly, baked goods, crafts, woodworking, soap, jewelry, photographs, kids games, music, and candies.
Working for clean water, healthy ecosystem and lasting quality of life in the Flathead Watershed.
Founded in 1981 Great Bear Foundation offers the only truly low-impact, economical, non-exploitative Churchill polar bear tours. Field courses follow the example set by the legendary pioneer of polar bear biology, Dr. Charles Jonkel. Jonkel established the first capture-and-handling procedures for polar bears and helped to draft the International Polar Bear Agreement as the Canadian […]
We facilitate and invest in the development of a robust welcoming community where all have the opportunity to be healthy, educated, creative, productive and prosperous. It is the mission of the GPCF Directors to: 1. Promote philanthropy 2) financially support initiatives that build our community, 3) collaborate and partner with others, 4) inspire community pride […]
Kiwanis is an international service organization dedicated to working with and helping children in our community. Kiwanis provides scholarships to area youths and sponsors the K-Club and K-Kids both of which are very active in Polson.
Lake County Community Development Corporation is located in Ronan, MT and serves Lake, Mineral and Sanders Counties though our business development center, Mission Mountain Food Enterprise Center and Community Development Center. Business Developm
Non-profit Conservation District. A non-paid elected and appointed board of supervisors governs activities of a conservation district. The main function is to conduct local activities to promote conservation of natural resources, by education and on-gr
Our Mission is to; Promote informed voters, Improve government through participation, Work for the election of Republicans, Promote the founding of principles of freedom, equality, and justice.
Veterans organization for all Marines/Navy Corpsman. Welcomes are all our brothers and sisters of all of the United States armed forces as associate members. Our goal is to continue to have the camaraderie with our fellow Veterans. To help those who
Mission Mountain Enterprises (MME) provides community based services for individual with intellectual or developmental disabilities. These services include group home and off-site residential support, day services, activities, and employment oppo
MVAS is one of only three animal shelters in Montana that is completely privately funded, receiving nothing from the city, county or state and the only shelter between Kalisipell and Missoula.
Private aquatic center open to the public. Indoor facilities includes eight lanes, fitness classes in main pool, therapy pool and in community room. We have all levels of swim lessons and have a swim team “Lake Monsters” for kids of many a
Mission Valley Live will be your new presenter of quality live performing arts to the Mission Valley. A board of directors has been formed and we have been granted 501 (C) (3) status.
We are a not for profit women’s social and service club. We send supplies to our troops overseas, volunteer at Polson’s free “Soup’s On” kitchen, send a female student to Girls State, and award an annual college scholarship to a Polson High School Senior. For more information, please call Alice Erb at 406-250-3189
The Ninepipes Museum of early Montana is a non-profit organization, governed by a Board of Directors. The museum’s goal is to present and preserve the history and culture of the Flathead Reservation and early Montana. The museum is located halfway between Missoula and Kalispell on Highway 93, near the National Bison Range and the Owl […]
Polson Fairgrounds, Inc. is a non profit organization devoted to maintaining and improving the Lake County owned Fairground/Rodeo property. The facility is available for rent at a very nominal fee, must carry own liability insurance.
Running club sponsors 5 races per year, with proceeds benefiting various groups. B&G Club, soccer organization, Polson Loaves & Fish, Boy Scout of America, Polson Volunteer Fire Dept, local athletes, etc. Our Mission statemen: “Creating a Healthier Community One Step at a Time”
Operates and maintains the rifle range on Kerr Dam Road. NRA associated organization that provides facility for rifle and pistol target practice and training.
Polson Youth Soccer Association envisions a highly-respected origination that promotes a love of soccer in out community and a healthy lifestyles; provides quality player development through exceptional coaches, facilities, and volunteers; and inspires pride and the highest level of sportsmanship in out players, coaches, and parents.
“Service above Self” To encourage and foster the idea of service as a basis of worthy enterprise. Rotary Club of Polson places high emphasis on serving the local youth
Safe Harbor is a non-profit serving victims of domestic violence, sexual assault and stalking in Lake County. Shelter, legal services advocacy and safety planning.
Non-profit outpatient Mental Health facility who operates in 5 cities across western Montana. Polson, St. Ignatius, Kalispell, Libby & Eureka. We provide many services including therapy, medication management, community support & service coordination.
Serving Lake, Lincoln, Mineral and Sanders Counties and the Flathead Reservation. The Agency on Aging provides information and services to the elderly and people with disabilities. Programs include help with Medicare, options counseling, foster grandpar