Since 1982, Eagle Mount Bozeman has been bringing freedom, strength and joy to children with cancer and people living with disabilities.
Through therapeutic and adaptive recreation, and with the help and support of a generous community, Eagle Mount provides a world of adventures – skiing, horseback riding, swimming, camping, rock climbing, kayaking, cycling, fishing and more.
Set under the beauty of Montana’s legendary big sky, the nonprofit focuses on people’s abilities, while gently supporting their disabilities.
Founders General Robert C. Mathis, USAF (ret.), and his wife, Greta Gay Mathis, envisioned a place where people with disabilities could enjoy Montana’s recreational opportunities.
Inspired by the courage, patience, and determination of the people they served, the Mathises created not only recreational programs, but also a spirit of service that encourages able-bodied, skilled volunteers to assist those with special needs.
Eagle Mount is funded exclusively with private donations, and no one is ever turned away if they can’t afford services.
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