Wyoming Nonprofits grow in awareness, clout
For years, Wyoming foundations and nonprofit arts, social and health services, educational and other charities did their work faithfully in their communities.
They sought people to run their boards of directors, guide their missions and raise money.
Their leaders often labored in silence and by themselves.
‘When you’re in the arts or other organizations, you are somewhat isolated," said Holly Turner, director of the Nicolaysen Art Museum. "We’re all understaffed and overworked."
By TOM MORTON
Star-Tribune staff writer
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