The Montana Family Foundation is committed to holding our elected officials responsible for how they vote on issues that impact Montana Families. Please take the time to review how your state Senator and Representative have voted on crucial bills by reviewing our 2013 Montana State Legislative Scorecard!
New Educational Choice Website
Please check out our new school choice website at EducateMeMontana.org. This is a new resource provided by the Montana Family Foundation. Learn about bills, and arm yourself with the "why's" behind the need for school choice, and share it with your friends!
Get an MFF License Plate!
Make a stand for truth – support the Montana Family Foundation by purchasing a license plate! Listed below are the prices and cost breakdown of purchasing a MT Family Foundation license plate for your car. More info about ordering at the Montana Department of Justice website here. Original title and registration with...
Exciting news! Senate Bill 81 passed, allowing 10 million dollars to individual taxpayers and corporations in tax credits for donations made to non-profit organizations. Please contact the governor’s office and let him know that you want this bill to be signed. Click here to contact the governor!
Show your support by coming to Helena to speak on behalf of important pro-family bills. To join our Task Force as someone who wants to give testimony, click here.
The Montana Family Foundation Policy Team is at the capitol building today, representing Montana families. Now, thanks to new video and audio technology, you can watch from home! Just click the link below to access live audio and video from the House, Senate, and committee rooms:
There is a statewide coalition fighting to bring sex education to public schools across the state starting in kindergarten, whether parents like it or not. The Montana Family Foundation has compiled a set of relevant resources with which every Montana family should become familiar. Legislation and presentations for and against comprehensive sex education in Montana lay [...]
Visit the Article Here Download a PDF Here In Montana, a teenager younger than age 18 can’t get a tattoo or a body piercing without a parent’s permission. Yet most people are stunned to learn that a girl of any age – even 12 or 13 – can be taken for an abortion without her [...]