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!

The Reeder’s Alley Block Party Meets Brew-Wine-Chu

Our fun, FREE & festive annual fundraiser event featuring live music, Montana microbrews, wine & tasty eats, a local youth/adult dance act, ping-pong, sky high bubbles, fire dancers, sidewalk chess, tours of pioneer cabin, and more is BACK….thanks to MONTANA HERITAGE COMMISSION (and Anna Strange) who have asked our organization to become the NEW HOSTS of the Reeder’s Alley Block Party!  Woot!  Woot!  As a result, this year’s block party will combine the best of both worlds!  REEDER’S ALLEY BLOCK PARTY MEETS BREW-WINE-CHU!

Where:  Reeder’s Alley (Helena, MT)
When:  June 7th 2018
Time:  6:00pm – 9:00pm
Cost:  FREE  – BLOCK PARTY STYLE FUNDRAISER EVENT IN REEDER’S ALLEY
Have questions?  E-mail us at [email protected]

Come kick-off summer by joining the fun, celebrating community & ideas, and contributing to a great cause at this kid-friendly, dog-friendly event! Proceeds support Reeder’s Alley & philosophy in the community. 

  • Live Music (Band to be announced soon!)
  • Local Food Vendors
  • Microbrews, Wine & Select Spirits
  • Image Dancing — Local Youth/Adult Dance Act
  • Sky-High Bubbles
  • Fun Games — Ping-Pong, Lawn Jenga & Connect Four, Bag Toss, and Sidewalk Chess
  • Fire Dancers & Fire Poi
  • Helena’s Playable Playgrounds
  • Pioneer Cabin Tours
  • And more…

What We’re Celebrating…

Critical, creative thinking, reflection, and civil discourse are essential to the health and longevity of a community. And philosophy is an important aspect of this!  Our FUN event is about:

  • Celebrating community & ideas
  • Honoring thought & action
  • Creating environments that encourage intellectual curiosity
  • Encouraging the exchange of ideas & civil discourse
  • Having fun with philosophy!

We are thrilled to be hosting our celebration in Reeder’s Alley!  Rich in history and a tangible testament to what can happen when people come together, it is the perfect location.  Cities are born, challenges are overcome, communities are built. 

Our Event Sponsors

 

More Event Sponsors Being Added…

3rd Annual Think on the Links Philosophy Classic

 Grab your thinking cap, your best pals and your favorite clubs and join us for our fun, themed 2018 charity golf tournament!   And…since we’re all about philosophy and love us some old school Greek philosophers and peace, love & happiness….in 2018 we’re TEEING IT UP TYE-DYE & TOGA-STYLE!  No muss, no fuss and all fun! 

Tickets include an 18-hole round w/ golf carts at Bill Roberts Golf Course and drink tickets, plus a post-tourney toga party with raffle, pin-prizes, and more! Wear a tye-dye T, a toga, or (better yet – for those who dare to accept the challenge) a tye-dye toga!

Come join the fun and contribute to a good cause! Individual players and teams welcome. Proceeds support philosophy in the community! 

 

 

Where: Helena, MT (Bill Roberts Golf Course)
When:  Saturday, August 25th 2018
Time:  10am (Shotgun, Scramble)
Ticket Cost:  $75 Per Player/$300 Per Team
On-Line Registration:  Open Soon!
Have Questions or Want Us to Contact You When Registration Opens?:  E-mail [email protected]

 

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.

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