The Browning Kimball Foundation


  • Grant Applications Timeline

    Letter of Inquiry Due: March 1, 2022
    Grant Applications Due: July 15, 2022
    Grantmaking Meeting: September 2022
    Grants Funded: October 2022
    Funding Preferences: Central Montana; Youth & Families, Health/Prevention, Arts & Humanities, Sustainable Agriculture

  • Contact Information

    Oklahoma City
    405-755-5571
    1024 E. Britton Road, Suite 200
    Oklahoma City, OK 73131
    kblakley@fmiokc.com

    Montana
    406-781-9413
    emilybrunelle17@gmail.com


2020 Grant Areas of Support

    2020 Grants Awarded


    • Access Unlimited- $20,000
      American National Cattlewomen – $10,000
      American Quarter Horse Foundation – $2,500
      Bear Paw Volunteer Fire Dept – $6,000
      Benefis Health System Foundation – $15,000
      Big Brothers Big Sisters of Helena and Great Falls – $5,000
      Big Sky Youth Empowerment Project – $20,000
      Boys & Girls Club of the Hi-Line – $20,000
      C.M. Russell Museum – $250,000
      CASA-CAN – $13,000
      Center for Music by People with Disabilities – $7,500
      Child Bridge – $5,000
      Community Children’s Shelter and Family Service Center – $2,500
      Food and Resource Center of South Central Oklahoma – $2,500
      Fort Assinniboine Preservation Association – $2,500
      Gallatin Valley Farm to School – $5,000
      Great Falls Children’s Receiving Home – $15,000
      Great Falls Clinic Legacy Foundation – $20,000
      Great Falls Rescue Mission – $15,000
      Great Falls Senior Center – $3,500
      H.Earl & Margaret Turner Clack Memorial Museum Foundation – $10,000
      Havre Beneath the Streets – $5,350
    • Hudson David McNeel Foundation – $22,653
      Intermountain Deaconess Children’s Services – $20,000
      Mental Health America of Montana – $20,000
      Montana FFA Foundation – $20,000
      Montana Food Bank Network – $15,000
      Montana Meth Project – $15,000
      Montana School for the Deaf and Blind Foundation – $25,364
      Montana State University – $31,579
      Montana State University Northern Foundation – $10,000
      Neighborworks Great Falls – $20,000
      Oak Hall Episcopal School – $80,000
      Oklahoma Heart Hospital Research Foundation – $5,000
      Operation Warm – $5,000
      Peace Place – $7,500
      Roundup Memorial Healthcare – $25,000
      Saint Dominic Savio Academy – $30,000
      Special K Ranch – $76,240
      St. Mary Catholic Church – $20,000
      Western Sustainability Exchange – $5,000
      Young Parents Education Center – $10,000
      Youth Impact, Inc. – $30,000
      YWCA Great Falls – $10,000

    About Us


    The Browning Kimball Foundation is committed to improving the quality of life through support of youth and families, health with an emphasis on prevention, arts and humanities, and sustainable agriculture. Preference will be given to organizations in Central Montana.

    Matt S. Browning and Barbara Kimball Browning founded the Browning Kimball Foundation in 1978. It is a unique private foundation dedicated to reaching out to charitable organizations that improve the quality of living for people and communities throughout Montana.

    The Directors are sensitive to the needs of communities, large and small, and look for mission statements that enhance living conditions for people with all levels of abilities.

    It is a requirement that applicants have a 501(c)(3) designation by the Internal Revenue Service.

    Foundation History


    Matt S. Browning and Barbara Kimball Browning founded the Browning Kimball Foundation in 1978. It is a unique private foundation dedicated to reaching out to charitable organizations that improve the quality of living for people and communities throughout Montana.

    The Directors are sensitive to the needs of communities, large and small, and look for mission statements that enhance living conditions for people with all levels of abilities.
    Long-term partnerships are not uncommon with the Browning Kimball Foundation. Worthy recipients that fulfill expanding needs of their communities year after year are considered favorably by the Foundation.

    It is a requirement that applicants have a 501(c)(3) designation by the Internal Revenue Service. Other stipulations are covered in the Foundation’s online grant application.

    Foundation Mission


    The Browning Kimball Foundation is committed to improving the quality of life through support of youth and families, health with an emphasis on prevention, arts and humanities, and sustainable agriculture. Preference will be given to organizations in Central Montana.

    Foundation Policies


    In an effort to promote good governance and fundraising practices, the Browning Kimball Foundation may limit grants of operational support to four (4) successive years. At that time, the Board may decided to cease funding. Browning Kimball Foundation grantees are encouraged to maintain a large funding base and not become reliant on one funder.

    The Browning Kimball Foundation


    Apply Here

    Letter of Inquiry Due: March 1, 2022
    Grant Applications Due: July 15, 2022
    Grantmaking Meeting: September 2022
    Grants Funded: October 2022
    Funding Preferences: Central Montana; Youth & Families, Health/Prevention, Arts & Humanities, Sustainable Agriculture

     

    Preference will be given to the following:


    Organizations in Central Montana