MJF Program Grants

Montana Justice Foundation

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Deadline: Apr 30, 2022

Grant amount: Unspecified amount

Fields of work: Legal Services

Applicant type: Nonprofit, Government Entity, Indigenous Group

Funding uses: General Operating Expense

Location of project: Montana

Location of residency: Montana

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Since its inception, MJF has awarded nearly $7 million to scores of organizations across Montana. MJF grant funds provide essential legal help to those who would otherwise be forced to navigate our civil justice system alone. Our grantees help Montanans stay in housing, receive medical care, escape abusive and violent environments, and rebuild their lives on a path to health, safety, and self-sufficiency.

Program Grants

The purpose of Montana Justice Foundation Program Grants are to provide funding to qualified non-profit organizations committed to one or more of MJF’s charitable objectives, which include:

  • supporting and encouraging the availability, accessibility, and quality of legal services, especially services to the vulnerable and under-served
  • Increased public understanding of the law and the legal system through education
  • Promoting the effective administration of justice
  • Increasing public understanding of and access to alternative dispute resolution

Program Grants will provide general operating support for well-established programs that have a strong history of success in meeting the MJF’s charitable objectives. Organizations receiving Program Grants must demonstrate potential for strong leadership, well-defined organizational vision, sound fiscal management, and strong partnerships within their communities.

You can learn more about this opportunity by visiting the funder's website.


  • The MJF may make grants to any organization or entity that is qualified to carry out the charitable objectives of the MJF.


  • Priority will be given to organizations that provide legal services to low-income or disadvantaged Montanans.
  • Additional weight may be given to programs impacting communities or areas of law with high levels of unmet legal needs. 


This page was last reviewed May 26, 2021 and last updated May 26, 2021