Enduring Communities

Enduring communities

Sanderson Stewart's core purpose is to plan and design enduring communities. We also recognize that communities only thrive and endure when the citizens are committed to helping them grow. Sanderson Stewart takes that commitment to heart, giving back to the communities where we live and work. Our company and our employees are active in our communities in many ways: volunteering, serving on boards and in service organizations, and generously donating both monetary and in-kind support. In fact, every year Sanderson Stewart contributes over 5% of our gross profits back to our communities.

The Enduring Communities Fund

Plan, Design, Grow

We are proud supporters of a wide variety of organizations that work to make our communities the place generations of families call home. In order to do effectively this, we have established the Enduring Communities Fund. The Enduring Communities Fund Committee evaluates the many requests for support that we receive each year and grants as many of them as possible.

Relay for Life (American Cancer Society) | United Way | Go Red for Women (American Heart Association) | Billings Clinic Foundation | St. Vincent Foundation | ZooMontana | Museum of the Rockies | Big Brothers Big Sisters | Eagle Mount | Yellowstone Art Museum | Yellowstone Boys and Girls Ranch | Montana State University | MSU Bobcat Athletics | Billings Chamber of Commerce | Bozeman Chamber of Commerce | Williston Chamber of Commerce | Big Sky Economic Development Corp/Opportunity Fund | BikeNet | Denver Children's Hospital | Human Resources Development Council | Make A Wish Foundation | Riverstone Health Foundation

Growing Enduring Communities, Together

Growing Enduring Communities Together

If your organization helps to grow enduring communities and you would like to be considered for support from Sanderson Stewart, download our application. Once completed, return it to us at 1300 N. Transtech Way, Billings, Montana, in care of the "Enduring Communities Fund." Applications are reviewed on a quarterly basis.