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What We Do

The Open To All Business initiative is a multi-faceted, business-driven project of Pride Foundation working to support the businesses that support our community—and, through these efforts, create a safer more welcoming Montana. This initiative aims to strengthen support for the LGBTQ community in Montana and increase the visibility of LGBTQ patrons and employees who either live in or are visiting our great state. It celebrates businesses that are working to improve their communities, and centers vulnerable populations that have so often been pushed to the margins, particularly LGBTQ people of color.

Recognizable by their window decals, participating local businesses are helping to shift cultural norms and provide a safe and affirming spaces where LGBTQ people work, visit, and play in Montana. The LGBTQ community is incredibly diverse and the mission of the Open To All Initiative is for all people to feel welcome in our state. Our LGBTQ community is proud to include all races, religions, regions and countries of origin, sexual orientations, gender identities and expressions, abilities, and income levels.  

The Montana Racial Equity Project and Bridgercare has partnered with Pride Foundation and numerous dedicated volunteers to bring the Open To All Initiative to fruition in Bozeman. These efforts are ensuring welcoming and safe spaces for the LGBTQ community. 

Open To All Participating Businesses and Organizations in Bozeman

  1. Advanced Counseling of Bozeman
  2. AIDS Outreach
  3. AJE Bookkeeping & Payroll Services
  4. Alara Jewelry
  5. Alter Cycles
  6. Amanda Beedy Morrison LCPC LAC
  7. Art Shoppe
  8. Big Sky Youth Empowerment
  9. The Bent Lens
  10. Blunderbuss
  11. Bozeman Area Community Foundation
  12. Bozeman Creek Family Health
  13. Bozeman Crossfit
  14. Breathe Body Mind Therapy
  15. Bricks4Kidz Bozeman
  16. Bridgercare
  17. Bridger Brewing
  18. Cactus Records
  19. Cafe Zocalo
  20. Caleigh’s Holistic Skin Care
  21. Community Food Co-op, Bozeman
  22. Country Bookshelf
  23. Crosscut Mountain Sports Center
  24. DARI Rasa Trunk Show
  25. Delicious Bakery
  26. D Gregory Smith, MA, LCPC
  27. Emerson Cultural Center
  28. Erotique
  29. Feed Cafe
  30. First Presbyterian Church
  31. The Flower Hat
  32. Gary Matthews, LCPC, PLLC
  33. The Gem Gallery
  34. Ghost Town Coffee Roasters
  35. HAVEN
  36. Headwest
  37. Heyday
  38. Hopa Mountain
  39. Indulgence
  40. Jam Fusion Cafe
  41. Kirkham and Company
  42. Laura Bailey, LCPC
  43. Mary M Bertagnolli LAC
  44. Montana Interfaith Network
  45. Montana Racial Equity Project
  46. Montana Wilderness School
  47. Movie Lovers
  48. Mystery Ranch Backpacks
  49. Nutshell Naturals
  50. Nova Cafe
  51. Off the Eatin’ Path
  52. Pheasant Farms
  53. Pilgrim Congregational UCC
  54. Plume Bridal
  55. Red Tractor Pizza
  56. Rendevous
  57. Revolvr
  58. Rockford Coffee
  59. Rocky Mountain Pharmacy
  60. The Root
  61. Sacks Thrift Store
  62. Sacred Images
  63. Sage Spa
  64. Sierra Club Montana Chapter
  65. Stix
  66. Spice and Tea Exchange
  67. St. James Episcopal Church
  68. Theory
  69. Townshend’s Bozeman Teahouse
  70. Treasure State Hostel
  71. Treeline Coffee Roasters
  72. Tripp Studio
  73. Vargo’s Jazz City & Books
  74. Vino per Tutti
  75. Westpaw
  76. Wild Crumb
  77. Wild Joe’s Coffee Spot
  78. Wilder Goods
  79. Wisetail

Visit the Pride Foundation to learn more.