Our community's charity event of the year - TREASURES - is set for an extravagant Hollywood setting to celebrate progress, thank our generous donors, and share tomorrow's vision. It all takes place Saturday, June 8.
View a TREASURES invitation and Reserve your Tickets
Our guests will enjoy gourmet dining, a lively charity auction, someone will win a gorgeous diamond from John Stockhill Jewelers, and we’ll spoil you with valet parking, the red carpet, our own paparazzi… just like in Hollywood… only better!
And there are a number of NEW offerings at this year’s event – chauffeured transportation, a pre-party event, VIP access, personal concierge services, and so much more.
John Scalia and the highly acclaimed DW! Band will provide the ultimate party environment… singing, dancing, and celebrating; they’ll even lead our own community’s version of The Voice on our TREASURES stage!
The real treasures of the evening is the “why” that we’re there. Local families will bring our cause alive as they share their experiences of how your generosity and support of HRH Foundation projects has made life-changing differences to them. Specifically at TREASURES this year, our focus is on senior living in our community. We’ll celebrate the patient success stories that happen daily at Holy Rosary and set the stage and vision for what Holy Rosary is embarking on with our new senior living project that will provide a very special place for our community’s seniors to flourish.
Learn more about our Senior Living project
Plan now to attend by clicking here, calling 406.233.2602, or emailing email@example.com.
As always, we value your involvement & look forward to having you play an important part of our ongoing progress.
Open Amateur Trap & Archery Shoot-out 2013
The Holy Rosary Healthcare Foundation Sportsmen’s Charity Classic is August 9-10, 2013, at the Custer Rod & Gun Club at Spotted Eagle Recreation Area in Miles City. In addition to the exceptional trap shoot & Annie Oakley competitions, we’re adding a competitive archery shoot this year. For now, save the date.
Your Guide to Wills & Trusts
On average, a person works more than forty years to accumulate assets and spends ten years conserving what has been earned but does not spend even two hours to plan for distribution of those assets. The chaos that often occurs following the death of a loved one can be burdensome. This burden can be eased, however, through proper planning.
As a service to you, our Foundation has provided Your Guide to Wills & Truststo help you organize your important information to share your planning quickly, easily and comprehensively with your legal and tax advisors. A key element of proper planning is a Will, and in some cases also a Trust. This workbook is designed to encourage you to think about how you want your assets to be distributed at death and assist you in gathering the information your attorney will need to prepare the documents that accomplish your goals.