A: Easter Seals of Montana acquired the Goodwill franchise for Montana and southern Idaho in 1979. The missions of Easter Seals and Goodwill Industries are similar - to help people with disabilities or disadvantages achieve maximum independence. As a combined Easter Seals AND Goodwill affiliate, we can create more solutions and change more lives. Easter Seals-Goodwill Northern Rocky Mountain is one of only six dual affiliates in the United States.
A: We offer a wide variety of services in Montana, Idaho, Utah and Wyoming, including:
Employment and Training Services
A: Our services vary from state to state, depending on the needs of individual communities.
A: Easter Seals-Goodwill Northern Rocky Mountain receives funding from Goodwill retail sales, government contracts, private insurers, grants, fees-for-services and contributions. Contributed income provides start-up funding for new programs and helps cover the difference between the actual costs of providing services and what our clients can afford, thus offering access for more people.
A: All Easter Seals and Goodwill affiliates operate independently and autonomously. Services are based on the needs of the communities they serve and available resources.
A: Nonprofit primarily means tax-exempt. The agency does not pay taxes, and donors receive a tax deduction for gifts to the agency. Nonprofit means that there are no owners or shareholders. No one "profits" when the agency has more income than expense except our service recipients and the community. Any "excess revenue" is put back into our programs and services.
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