Fundraiser Events

Image of Put the Fun in FundraisingHave 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, MTProceeds from both festivities go toward helping people, businesses & communities thrive through the application of philosophy.  To learn more about our galas see below!


3rd Annual Brew-Wine-Chu
Summer 2018 Block Party Fundraiser Event

Our fun & festive annual fundraiser event featuring live REGGAE music, DJ’s, Montana microbrews, wine & tasty eats, a RAFFLE, SILENT AUCTION, a local youth/adult dance act, ping-pong, face painting, bigger than life bubbles, a fun photo booth, sidewalk chess, chair massages, and more is scheduled for June 30th 2018. Come join the fun and contribute to a good cause at this kid-friendly, dog-friendly event! Proceeds support philosophy in the community. 

Check out pictures & videos from our 2017 Brew-Wine-Chu Community Fundraiser Event!

Where:  Helena, MT
When:  Saturday, June 30th 2018
Time:  5:00pm – 10:30pm (Main Events) & 10:30pm – 1:30am (After Party Events)
Cost:  FREE  – BLOCK PARTY STYLE FUNDRAISER EVENT IN THE HELENA WALKING MALL (6th Ave. to Broadway)!
Have questions?  E-mail us at [email protected]


Not able to attend but want to donate to the cause?  Click on the ‘Donate Now’ button (to the right) or here.  As an added bonus, because we are a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization…your donations are tax-deductible!

We are a Helena-based non-profit organization who believes in the value and relevance of philosophy & its ability to help people live healthier, happier & more deeply satisfying lives, to encourage critical & creative thought, to cultivate leadership & action, and to foster, strengthen & enrich communities.  We also think it is a fun, exhilarating, and rewarding activity in itself.

Proceeds from our Brew-Wine-Chu fundraiser event support philosophy in the community and help us provide services & programs for businesses, children, adults & elders that: (a) spark and encourage the exchange of ideas & the fun of doing philosophy, (b) cultivate leadership & action, (c) promote critical, creative thought & the exploration of topics from a variety of perspectives, and (c) facilitate the application of philosophical thinking to matters of everyday living.


3rd Annual Think on the Links Philosophy Classic
Summer-Fall 2018 Charity Golf Tournament

Grab your thinking cap, your best guy & gal pals, your favorite clubs, and join us for our fun, themed charity golf tournament!  And…since we’re all about philosophy and love us some old school Greek philosophers….in 2018 we’re TEEING IT UP TOGA-STYLE!  No muss, no fuss and all fun!  Tickets include an 18-hole round w/ golf carts at Bill Roberts Golf Course plus a post-tourney celebration with a raffle, silent auction, pin-prizes and more!  Come join the fun and contribute to a good cause!  Proceeds support philosophy in the community!

View pictures from our 2017 Think on the Links Philosophy Classic here!

Where: Helena, MT (Bill Roberts Golf Course)
When:  Saturday, August 25th 2018
Time:  10am (Shotgun, Scramble)
Ticket Cost:  TBD
Have Questions:  E-mail [email protected]


Not able to attend but want to donate to the cause?  Click on the ‘Donate Now’ button (to the right) or here.  As an added bonus, because we are a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization…your donations are tax-deductible!

We are a Helena-based non-profit organization who believes in the value and relevance of philosophy & its ability to help people live healthier, happier & more deeply satisfying lives, to encourage critical & creative thought, to cultivate leadership & action, and to foster, strengthen & enrich communities.  We also think it is a fun, exhilarating, and rewarding activity in itself.

Proceeds from our Think on the Links Philosophy Classic fundraiser event support philosophy in the community and help us provide services & programs for businesses, children, adults & elders that: (a) spark and encourage the exchange of ideas & the fun of doing philosophy, (b) cultivate leadership & action, (c) promote critical, creative thought & the exploration of topics from a variety of perspectives, and (d) facilitate the application of philosophical thinking to matters of everyday living.

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