Have fun and contribute to a good cause? Heck Yeah! That’s what our fundraisers are all about! Each year we host two cool and (dare we say) “jazz hands-worthy” events here in beautiful Helena, MT. Proceeds from both festivities go toward helping people, businesses & communities thrive through the application of philosophy. To learn more about our galas see below!
We deeply regret to announce that we have made the difficult decision to cancel this year’s fundraiser block party due to the challenges we are all facing with COVID-19. While we wish it weren’t the case, we believe it’s the right thing to do, all things considered. Additionally, we hope that this decision allows event sponsors to redirect their contributions to organizations offering direct services for our community members most in need and health care providers on the front lines.
Once the parameters of our current health crisis situation become more clear, our goal (if possible) is to host a smaller-scale event later this year in Reeder’s Alley honoring each and every one of you and the sacrifices that you are making to try and keep our city running and people safe, near and far. Stay tuned for more information about this and please save the date for the 2021 Reeder’s Alley Block Party on Saturday, June 12th 2021.
2020 Think on the Links Philosophy Golf Tourney
Grab your thinking cap, your best pals and your favorite clubs and join us for our fun, tie-dye themed 2020 charity scramble golf tournament at Bill Roberts Golf Course!
Tickets include 18-hole round w/ golf carts, drink tickets, “Grab & Go” breakfast, raffle, pin-prizes, awards & fun!
Wear a tie-dye T, a toga, or (better yet – for those who dare to accept the challenge) a tie-dye toga! Come join the fun, contribute to a good cause, and get your wonder and wander on! Individual players and teams welcome. Proceeds support philosophy in the community!
Where: Helena, MT (Bill Roberts Golf Course)
When: Sunday, August 23rd 2020
Time: 9am – 2pm (Tee-Times/Shotgun, Scramble)*
Ticket Cost: $80 Per Player/$300 Per Team
Have Questions? E-mail [email protected] or call 406.502.2122
*Per the rules at Billy Bob’s, our tourney requires a minimum of 70 players in order to have a shotgun start. That is our goal. If we do not reach the minimum mark, we will have tee-times ranging from 9am – 10am.
JOIN THE FUN, GET YOUR GROOVY ON & WEAR A TIE-DYE T-SHIRT!
If you would like to sign-up for our tourney or become a sponsor, please download or fill out this on-line form and e-mail it to us at [email protected] THINK ABOUT IT!
2021 Reeder’s Alley Block Party
Dating back to 1864, Reeder’s Alley was integral to the historic “Last Chance Camp.” One-hundred and fifty-six years later, this neighborhood still stands as a reminder of Helena’s roots and a representation of our city’s growth, charm and unique character.
What better place to celebrate Helena’s history, community, and ideas than Reeder’s Alley?!
A celebration of history, community, and ideas, this free, kid-friendly, dog-friendly block party features historic tours, live entertainment, food trucks, a cash bar, a fundraiser raffle, and activities for all ages. There is, truly, no other block party like it!
Join us for our 6th Annual Reeder’s Alley Block Party on Saturday, June 12th, 2021 from 5-10 pm. Located in one of Helena’s most beloved historic sites — Reeder’s Alley — this free fundraiser festival is kid-friendly, dog-friendly, and fun for the whole family.
**We are stoked to be pairing up with the Montana Governor’s Cup race again for this unique celebration of Helena’s historic Reeder’s Alley, community & ideas! So kick off ‘dem running shoes, Montana Governor’s Cup runners…and head on over to the AFTER PARTY OF THE CITY! Stay & play in Helena. Fun for all ages! What a perfect way to kick back and celebrate a race well run!!*
Come join the fun and contribute to a good cause! Proceeds support Reeder’s Alley and philosophy in the community!
We are a Helena-based non-profit organization dedicated to enriching lives and strengthening the community and environment through philosophy. Proceeds from our Think on the Links Philosophy Classic fundraiser event support philosophy in the community and help us provide a broad-spectrum of unique, fun & accessible opportunities and activities for the Helena community that: (a) spark and encourage the exchange of ideas & the fun of doing philosophy, (b) promote critical, creative thought & reflection, (c) cultivate the faculty & virtue of “philosophical sensitivity”, (4) reconnect people with nature by way of doing philosophy in inspiring places, (5) facilitate the application of philosophy to matters of everyday living, (6) inspire leadership & meaningful action, and, (7) build, foster & strengthen the community and environment.