Our community thrives when it invests in the social, emotional, and physical well-being of the people who live here. The Converge Foundation (TCF) is reaching out to our community to advance a collective vision to establish a transformative resource for the residents of Missoula – the Center for Recreation and Creativity (CCRC).

We welcome you as a partner in this vision. TCF is currently raising funds for our 2024 Educational Campaign to educate our wider community about the CCRC and, in the process, learn more about potential programming needs. This will ensure the necessary underpinnings to advance and sustain the effort to establish the CCRC.

The Converge Foundation is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. Donations are fully tax deductible. EIN# 87-2327988.

If you, or someone you know, would like to learn more about the foundation, please send an email to [email protected].

If you prefer to reach us by phone, please state that in your email and we can provide contact information.

Your contribution is welcome and appreciated. You will receive an email acknowledgment and a letter in the mail as a record of your tax-deductible gift. You may give in honor of someone through our online form.

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Donations by check can be sent to:
The Converge Foundation
400 West Broadway St., Suite 101-214
Missoula, MT 59802.

 Donations of stock or Qualified Charitable Distributions from IRA accounts can be accepted

If interested in learning more, please contact our treasurer by email: Amy Ragsdale ([email protected])

You may also notify or contact one of the following officers via email:

Michael Sweet ([email protected])
Amy Ragsdale ([email protected])

Giving in honor or in memory of someone? Please email one of the officers listed above with the name of the person you wish to recognize. Be sure to include the name and mailing address of the person you’d like to receive notification of your gift.

Roy Curet

I donate to The Converge Foundation because I support their efforts to fund the Missoula Currents Center for Recreation and Creativity. Through my experience as a board member for several local organizations and as a performing musician I understand that an affordable and accessible venue is a very important need for our community. Small organizations and groups cannot find places to put on the programs that can help Missoula to continue to be a healthy, vibrant, and unique community. I believe the plan put forward by The Converge Foundation is our best chance to culminate this effort, almost 25 years in the making, by building a center for multiple uses that is affordable for our community to use and maintain. Please join me in supporting The Converge Foundation.

Sarah Lane

I support this community center because of its availability and potential for all ages. We clearly need a message of welcome, and a foundation for building bridges and I think this center provides this. In play and sport and a place to go.

The vibe and location are welcoming. It is the perfect accompaniment to the pool and the park with access by bicycle, walking, buses or car. A city providing recreation and creativity is promoting health. I am so concerned about the teenagers who feel lost and worried about the future or just life and see this center as a supportive structure for all.

My sister visited the NW recently and said the people out here looked healthier and were less obese. Allowing children places to move and be creative engages their body/mind in a natural way. Needless to say, the less sitting and interacting with a computer, the better!

I applaud the team who has put together a thoughtful and exciting design, may it come true!

Shannon Flanagan

Converge Foundation gets my support because studies show that communities with active centers that bring a broad range of people together have a healthier population.  This seems simple enough to grasp, adding to that are a combination of factors that benefit the broader community beyond those that will use the center.  Turns out a generally heathier population is good for business, vibrancy, connected relationships, and less isolation for the residents of Missoula.


Vicki Watson

I am donating to the Converge Foundation because their efforts to fund the Missoula Currents Center for Recreation and Creativity will contribute to Missoula community health — body & soul. Social dancers live longer and enjoy life longer than the general population.

Missoula’s folk and social dance community has struggled to find affordable and welcoming spaces large enough to accommodate all those who would like to join in this healthy fun. Our dance community is grateful to the larger Missoula community, working with The Converge Foundation, for efforts to create such a space at Currents.