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Do you know a non-profit organization that positively impacts lives and makes a difference in our community?

Please fill out the information below to nominate a non-profit organization who puts your community first and is deserving of the Our Community First Award. Brought to you by KZBK and First Security Bank. Success Together.

Help honor and support a Non-Profit in Southwest Montana! Their hard word and dedication serve our community and help make it a better place to live.  

The organization should fit within the bank's giving requirements:
· non-religious (but Love Inc., Family Promise, or other org that services any denomination are ok)
· non-political or controversial
· services provided to local residents in our local area (i.e., not a group going to serve in another country)
· not for the benefit of a single individual

  • Our Community First Nomination

    Fill out the form below to nominate a non-profit organization who puts your community first!

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    We're sorry, but only one entry is allowed per person.
    Thank you for your continued interest.

    Thank you for your submission. Winners will be chosen each month.

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