View upcoming events below. Gulch Distillers regularly hosts Community Cocktail nights to support local nonprofits. We also offer the occasional class on how to make your own craft cocktails. Interested in celebrating a special occasion in our tasting room? Contact us to discuss availability. With a two cocktail limit, we’re also a perfect venue for work sponsored events!
The Myrna Loy shows independent films each day and presents two full seasons of live performances each year. The Myrna Loy features a full concession stand with beer and wine available during films and performances, and an art gallery displaying the work of local and regional artists. The Myrna Loy is a nonprofit organization and thanks its nearly 700 members and 30 local business sponsors for their generous support of our mission.
The mission of the Myrna Loy is to inspire Helena by presenting culturally enriching arts experiences of all disciplines; to support local and regional artists in their work; and to foster a lifelong love of the arts through educational projects and experiences.
The Myrna Loy brings artists to Helena who wouldn’t otherwise visit our relatively remote location. We present diverse, thoughtful, passionate voices, that inspire our audiences. We also present workshops by our visiting artists to area students to help foster a lifelong love of the arts.
Montana Shares is a partnership of Montana-based nonprofit groups devoted to improving the quality of life in communities throughout Montana.
What we do is make philanthropic giving easy for three groups of people- donors, employers and member nonprofits. We raise about $300,000 each year for about 40 member nonprofits, from about 100 workplaces and about 5000 donors.
The Montana Innocence Project (MTIP) was founded in June 2008 by a committed group of public officials, attorneys, journalists and professors. MTIP is a statewide nonprofit organization dedicated to exonerating the innocent and preventing wrongful convictions.
We provide charitable legal and investigative assistance to Montana prisoners who pass our rigorous screening. While physical evidence such as DNA is used to advance many claims, MTIP also accepts cases where DNA evidence is not available. In addition to MTIP’s casework, we advocate for public policy reforms that will prevent wrongful convictions.
Our small staff and dedicated volunteers screen, investigate and litigate innocence claims through the Innocence Clinic, which we operate in affiliation with the Alexander Blewett III School of Law at the University of Montana and the University of Montana School of Journalism. Through this interdisciplinary clinic, law, journalism, paralegal and criminology students assist our casework while gaining hands-on training, a wide range of skills, and a strong understanding of our justice system.