Men, women and children enter the doors of HRDC looking for a chance to change their future. We believe, like you, that by providing opportunities to our most vulnerable community members we enrich the lives of all.
Please consider investing in the most valuable of Montana’s resources—the skills and strength of people.
All donations to HRDC are tax deductible. You will receive a receipt for tax purposes. Our Federal Tax Identification Number is 81-0300207.
HRDC is a member of the Montana Nonprofit Association and benefits from the relationship the association has with Network for Good. Network for Good is accredited by the Better Business Bureau Wise Giving Alliance and meets all 20 of its standards for charity accountability.
Checks may be made payable to HRDC and sent to the following address:
District 7 HRDC
P.O. Box 2016
Billings, MT 59103
Questions about donations or how you can help?
Please call HRDC’s Development Office at (406) 247-4707.
- Men’s dress socks & shoes
- Toiletries & hygiene products
- Office supplies
- Snacks for classes
- Items for Harmony House
Are donations to HRDC tax-deductible?
Yes. HRDC is exempt from federal income taxes under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.
I made a donation to HRDC. How do I claim the tax deduction?
HRDC issues tax receipts for all cash donations. According to IRS regulations, HRDC must credit the entity listed on the check or credit card as the actual donor(s). If you send a check from your personal account, we are required to credit you with the gift.
What is HRDC’s Tax Identification Number?
District 7 HRDC’s EIN is 81-0300207.
Do you accept contributions from outside the United States?
Yes. However, all donations must be made in U.S. dollars. Through Network for Good , we are able to accept online contributions. When using your credit card, the billing company will convert your transaction amount. Exchange rates change often. We recommend contacting a local financial institution as the best source for dollar conversion information. In addition, we recommend consulting your tax adviser for information on the tax laws that apply to your gift.