The Immanuel Foundation hosts events, fundraisers, and unique opportunities and activities throughout the year.
Each November, the Immanuel Foundation Winter Gala kicks off the season of giving with an evening of fine dining, auctions, and supporting our area’s seniors in need. In 2022 the Winter Gala will include a Champagne reception, Surf and Turf buffet, silent and live auctions, and a fun and festive program. The fun starts at 5:30pm on November 17.
We are accepting donations of gently-used furniture, household goods, and other items. For more information, visit our Estate Sale page.
In 2022, with the help of our generous business sponsors, the Immanuel foundation presented the Immanuel Lutheran Communities Summer Courtyard Concert Series. We are already looking forward to next year!
This group provides support for those who care for or about someone experiencing Alzheimer’s disease, dementia, or any related disorder that affects memory, reason, and judgment. The Caregiver Support Group meets at Buffalo Hill Terrace on the third Monday of every month from 3:00 to 4:30pm. Click here for more information
Come learn about local and national resources that can assist you in providing care for another adult while maintaining balance in your life. This free 6-week education series addresses caregiver concerns and challenges including: planning ahead; finding, creating, and using resources; self-care for the caregiver; family dynamics and communication; financial and legal resources; and dementia and chronic illness. Six weekly classes are held twice each year in the spring and fall.
Check back here for more information about Immanuel Foundation fundraising events!
At the Immanuel Foundation, we believe that every senior living in Montana has the right to a safe, secure home in an engaging and supportive community. We work every day to make that vision a reality and your financial support is crucial. 60% of our Skilled Care residents are low income, Medicaid qualified. Immanuel Foundation raises funds to support these seniors in need.