Rebuilding the beloved Sperry Chalet dormitory will require an incredible dedication of money and resources. We’ve been truly inspired by all those who have offered their support!
The Glacier National Park Conservancy aims to facilitate strong partnerships between Glacier National Park, our Montana delegation, local businesses, and interested individuals.
We would like to recognize several companies and individuals that have generously offered their support!
Former Sperry crew member donated artwork to support the Sperry Action Fund.
Local author will donate proceeds from the online sales of his book, “Peak Performance Past 30,” to the Sperry Action Fund.
Yoga studio donated the proceeds from a special Sperry yoga class to the Sperry Action Fund.
Montana Ace Hardware
Kalispell hardware store donated over 200 lag screws to help rebuild Sperry Chalet.
Montana Shirt Co.
This local business contributed to the Sperry Action Fund and continues to support the Glacier National Park Conservancy.
This local company donated lumber to the Sperry stabilization project.
Glacier National Park artist in residence in 2005, who dedicated his Sperry artwork to the Sperry Action Fund. We distributed over 600 posters to Sperry Action Fund donors.
Snow Bear Chalets
20% of your nightly rate donated to the Sperry Action Fund. Please mention Glacier National Park Conservancy at time of booking.
A playwright from Chicago revised his play “Katabatic Wind,” which takes place at Sperry, for the purpose of assisting with the rebuild effort.
Whistling Andy Distilling
One of our local distilleries created the Spirit of Sperry, a delicious huckleberry vodka. For the first year of production, Whistling Andy will donate all proceeds to the Sperry Action Fund and 5% in following years.
The organizations below made generous contributions to the Sperry Action Fund – Thank You!
Bauer-Burt Family Charitable Fund
Clever Clovers 4-H Club
Frank G. and Gertrude Dunlap Fund
Glacier Park Inc.
Good Medicine Lodge
Lake McDonald Reunion Group
The Little-Kittinger Foundation Inc.
Measure, Sampsel, Sullivan and O’Brien, P.C.
The Montana Scene