Sanders County Community Development
  • Our Organization

    Sanders County Community Development

    Sanders County Community Development (SCCD) works in various capacities to support small
    businesses, local government agencies, and non-profit organizations throughout the county in their
    efforts to improve the economic environment and quality of life for Sanders County residents.

    SCCD is a public benefit, nonprofit corporation organized under Title 35, Chapter 2 Montana Code
    Annotated to receive and administer funds exclusively for economic, charitable and educational
    purposes without monetary gain or profit, incidental or otherwise, to its members. It is recognized
    as tax-exempt under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.

  • Our Purpose

    Mission Statement

    To create, facilitate, and support economic vitality and community resiliency throughout Sanders County, MT

  • Our Work

    What we do

    SCCD facilitates community conversations, provides technical assistance services for small
    businesses and nonprofit organizations, and promotes countywide events/programming that
    improve the social and economic well-being of the county

Our Clients
  • Small Business

    How we support small business…
    • Writing Business Plans
    • Setting Up Business Structures
    • Organizing Financial Data
    • Buying Businesses
    • Selling Businesses
    • Obtaining Small Business Loans
    • Developing Marketing Plans
    • Business Management
    • Human Resources Management
  • Non-Profit

    How we support non-profits…
    • Free Consulting
    • Grant Resources
    • Grant Writing
    • Grant Administration
    • Capacity Building
    • Board Development
    • Project Development
    • Program Development
  • Government

    how we support local governments and special districts…

    • Assist communities in identifying and accessing State and Federal government grant and loan resources
    • Advance the development of projects that honor our region’s culture and history
    • Convene multi-jurisdictional meetings to assess regional needs
    • Support downtown and Main Street programs and initiatives
    • Support agricultural and cooperative initiatives
    • Strengthen our communities through sustainable community and economic development practices
  • Residents

    how we support residents….
    • Workshops and Training
    • Job Development
    • Grant Resources
    • Career Pathways

Our Partners

    2504 Tradewinds Way Suite C1
    Thompson Falls, MT 59873