Tell Us Something is a labor of love. Many people work hard behind the scenes to make it happen.
Thanks to the below organizations and businesses. Please consider supporting them as they have supported us.
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The Bookstore at the University of Montana
The Bookstore at the University of Montana has been instrumental in building Tell Us Something. Without the support they’ve provided, Tell Us Something might not even exist. From advice to fiscal support to the schwag bags that the storytellers receive, The Bookstore at the University of Montana is essential to Tell Us Something. They are a local bookstore serving the students, faculty and staff of The University of Montana, as well as the Missoula community.
Good Food Store
The Good Food Store, Supporting Western Montana farmers and ranchers for almost 50 years, The Good Food Store supports the local folks creating their own beer, salsa, baked goods, ice cream and more.
The Top Hat
The Top Hat was established in 1952, and has anchored the Missoula music scene for over 60 years. Located in the heart of downtown Missoula, the Top Hat entertains a wide range of demographics across all genres of music. Check out the food menu here.
The Wilma – A locally owned and independently operated venue, The Wilma has anchored the Missoula cultural and entertainment scene for almost 100 years. Constructed in 1921 as a vaudeville house, The Wilma was utilized as a movie house for the majority of its history. In the 1980s, The Wilma began to once again host live entertainment. Now it is a state-of-the-art live music facility within a spectacular historic building.
Headquartered in Missoula, Montana, Logjam Presents is an independent and privately owned live entertainment company. Free from third-party investor pressures, Logjam has the independence to invest in the production, facilities and guest services required to create the complete live entertainment experience for both artists and concertgoers.
Fact & Fiction Bookstore
Fact & Fiction opened in 1986 on Main Street in Downtown Missoula. Thanks to the Missoula community, Fact & Fiction survived and grew. In 2008 F&F merged with The Bookstore at UM, now there are two locations to celebrate readers and writers–Downtown and in the University Center.
Missoula Community Foundation
Missoula Community Foundation fiscally sponsors Tell Us Something. What this means is that Tell Us Something can accept tax deductible gifts, better compete for grants, and learn from the guidance of the Missoula Community Foundation. Providing leadership and inspiring long-term local philanthropy to ensure the diversity and vitality of the greater Missoula community since 2001.