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Twice per year Eagle Mount spotlights members of our EM family in our spring and fall ‘Wings’ newsletters, from participants to volunteers to donors. Explore below to see our latest newsletter, as well as dig through Eagle Mount’s extensive history!

Fall 2023

Partnering with Bozeman Parks and Recreation and Thommbagg architects, and spotlighting volunteers Geraldine, Oliver, and Brogan. View the Fall 2023 newsletter

Spring 2023

Greg and Scott share their story. We also spotlight our longtime corporate sponsor, Murdoch's, share our exciting horsemanship expansion project and more. View the Spring 2023 newsletter

Spring 2022

Our 40th Anniversary Newsletter, where we celebrate Founders Bob & Greta Mathis, and longtime employee Maggee Harrison. We also spotlight donors John and Heidi Parkes as well as participants Michael, Ocean, and the Diekhans. View the Spring 2022 newsletter

Fall 2021

We tell Ty's story, and his 22 years of participating with Eagle Mount. In addition, we spotlight volunteer Anders Wellenstein, donor Peder Billion, and participants Fenix, Charlie, and Syvel. View the Fall 2021 newsletter

Spring 2021

We tell a story about the Zadikems. We also spotlight volunteer Dan Mcqueary, donor Lehrkinds Coca Cola and the Lehrkind family and participants Hadleigh, Kerstin, Robert, and Henry. View the Spring 2021 newsletter


When you participate at Eagle Mount, you make new strides, happy memories, and good friends while enjoying Montana’s amazing recreation opportunities! Our programs and camps are designed for people of all ages with physical, developmental or cognitive disabilities, and for young people with cancer.


As an Eagle Mount volunteer, you’ll receive training designed to help you improve your personal skills, learn to adapt to the needs of people we work with, and learn about the wonderful world of Disability.


Eagle Mount Bozeman invites annual partnerships and sponsorships from businesses and individuals deeply invested in community, who believe that people with disabilities or cancer deserve to experience all that Montana has to offer, and who want to help them “mount up with wings as eagles.“