Donate Today to the MT Guardian Fund
Montana Guardian Fund Donation Request
Dear Law Enforcement Officers, Partners and Friends --
For the past year, the Montana Guardian Fund has been under development. The MGF had a couple of kick-off events last summer and we are now in the midst of our first official “ASK” season.
It is easy to donate! Visit the Montana Guardian Fund web page to make a donation or mail a check made out to the Montana Guardian Fund to PO Box 1182, Miles City, MT 59301.
Any and all Donations are greatly needed and appreciated.
The Montana Guardian Fund (MGF) is a non-profit foundation dedicated to providing financial assistance to families of Montana Peace Officers who lost their lives in the line of duty or are victims of a serious, traumatic and disabling injury and cannot return to work. The MGF aims to help relieve this burden of debt and expenses from the surviving family. The MGF’s Board is comprised of Peace Officers and private citizens working collectively to bring Montanans together to help those who put themselves between us and harm’s way every day.
Tiers of Contributions:
Please share this information with your law enforcement colleagues, friends and family and make a charitable donation to the Montana Guardian Fund before the end of 2017.
Montana Guardian Fund Executive Committee
Sheriff Tony Harbaugh, Custer County
Sheriff Chuck Curry, Flathead County
Sheriff Brian Gootkin, Gallatin County
Sheriff Leo Dutton, Lewis and Clark County
Sheriff Steve Holton, Ravalli County
Retired Sheriff Chris Hoffman
Detective Blue Corneliusen, Cascade County