It Sure Makes a Difference When You Know Somebody Cares!
Yellowstone Foundation is offering a beautiful original Montana bronze sculpture at auction. This 1992 work by Montana artist, Ron Herron, is entitled “The Escape” and features three wolves after a moose. The artwork measures 27” high x 40” wide x 18” deep. The Escape will be featured at Rick Young & Sons Auctioneers’ Spring Consignment... Read More
How You Can Help Yellowstone And The Boys And Girls We Support
You can make a difference in a hurting child’s life today! Your generous gifts help fund the day-to-day operation of YBGR programs. Let us show you how you can help the 1,200 at-risk youth we support everyday.Learn More
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Yellowstone Boys and Girls Ranch, a nonprofit organization, is trusted locally and nationally as a leader in the field of mental health care for children and their families, encouraging youths with hope, courage, and confidence.Visit YBGR
The Uihlein Recreation Center (UC) celebrates 50 years of providing recreational opportunities to at-risk youth this summer.
But like many 50-year-olds, the UC needs some maintenance. The roof has been patched and repaired many times over the years. But the increasing leaks this past winter have made it clear that the time has come.
The Uihlein Center needs a new roof.
We are asking your help to ensure that recreation and exercise remain available year-round to boys and girls at YBGR!
Make your gift to the RAISE THE ROOF FOR UC Campaign today.Read More
The YBGR Activity Fund allows for off-campus outings throughout the year, from ski trips in the winter months to hiking the Beartooth Mountains or floating the Yellowstone River in the summer. Although these outings are certainly fun for the kids, they are much more than simply an enjoyable outing. Only boys and girls who are... Read More
Yellowstone Academy (YA) is the fully accredited K-12 school located right on YBGR’s scenic campus. All children in the residential treatment program attend school at YA. In addition, youth in the Day School Program attend YA. These are special needs students from the surrounding communities who need a higher level of support to succeed academically.... Read More
Since the Ranch opened in 1957, kids in the residential therapy program have always been able to enjoy horseback riding, and in 2005, Equine Therapy was added. YBGR uses the EAGALA therapy model to work directly with horses and children at the Ranch to provide healing and support to emotionally disturbed youth EAGALA helps youth... Read More
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