Billings, MT – The 1776 Foundation announced today that through its Free Constitution Project the group distributed 4,383 free copies of the Montana Constitution to parents, educators, concerned citizens and elected officials across the state.
“This a very exciting response to an outstanding project,” said Jake Eaton, 1776 Foundation board chairman. “We launched this program because we believe that a firm understanding of our state’s constitution is an essential tool for good citizenship and to see the level of interest in the project continue to grow at this rate is truly outstanding.”
Since launching the program in the summer of 2017, the 1776 Foundation has distributed 11,335 free copies of the Montana Constitution.
Find out more about the 1776 Foundation Free Constitution project at: https://1776foundation.us/programs/constitution-project/
About 1776 Foundation
Based in Billings, Montana the 1776 Foundation 501(c)3 is non-profit organization, with a mission to help inform and equip the people of Montana to better evaluate policy options that uphold traditional American values, historic civil liberties, the Montana Constitution and the Constitution of the United States of America.
Founded in 2015, the 1776 Foundation works to accomplish our mission through a variety of programing and by supporting other like-minded organizations in Montana.