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WCM is excited to announce that our fundraising goal for the rest of this school year is to raise enough donations to do away with school fees entirely by fall 2024. Coaching needs to be accessible to all students, no matter schools' financial restraints. 

But we cannot do that without your help! 

Join us at Bias Brewing in Kalispell on Thursday, February 29th, from 5-8pm for a pint night and raffle fundraiser. Bias is donating a "Friends with Benefits" annual membership to be raffled off: $5 for 1 ticket, $20 for five tickets. If you're interested in buying raffle tickets but cannot attend the event, make a donation through this page and email to confirm you would like your donation to be put toward tickets. 

Friends of WCM makes impactful giving accessible for people of different income levels. For the following monthly costs, you can change students' lives: 

  • A few lattes ($15/month) covers the cost of 36 coaching sessions. 
  • A tank of gas ($50/month) pays for 30 volunteer background checks. 
  • A dinner date ($100/month) jumpstarts a relationship with a new school system.

You can become a Friends of WCM donor by donating below, entering in your monthly donation amount, and then clicking the "make this a monthly payment" button when prompted to submit your payment. 

WCM also has corporate sponsorship options for businesses. In exchange for this financial support, WCM offers marketing opportunities via social media, newsletters, and Writing in the Field profiles of employees. For more details regarding corporate sponsorship, please email Executive Director Cassie Sheets at

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