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Missoula-born hearing projects garner international support

Past district governor Don Gatzke of Kalispell carried the proposed resolution requesting the Rotary International Board to consider “adding hearing health care as a tangible and effective means of furthering the objectives of the Rotary Foundation.”

"Rural Philanthropy Conference", 8/7-9, Missoula

The Conference is being billed as "first-of-its-kind" that will help capture a vision of how philanthropy might work with the public and private sectors in "Creating the 21st Century Agenda for Philanthropy and Rural America."

Study Shows $34 Million in Economic Activity and 1174 Jobs are Generated Annually by the Nonprofit Arts and Culture Industry in Missoula

“This study clearly shows what the arts and cultural community have known for years: that the arts industry in Missoula contributes mightily to the local economy,” said Tom Bensen, MCC’s Executive Director.

Local arts groups rev an economic engine. Non-profits generate $330 million annually in Seattle area, study finds

“Nationally, the nonprofit arts and culture industry generates $166.2 billion in economic activity every year—$63.1 billion in spending by organizations and an additional $103.1 billion in event-related spending by their audiences,”

Tapping Internet to help non-profits "Bring Light"

Bring Light, a Cupertino-based Web site designed to encourage online donations to non-profit groups.

Montana’s Hidden Sector: Non-Profit Wages and Employment

There exists a sector of the Montana
economy that does not show up in the NAICS system,
yet it employs over 35,000 workers and pays wages in
excess of one billion dollars.

B-Schoolers and Nonprofits Form Mutually Beneficial Relationships

"Sometimes on boards, you end up having the same conversations over and over again," says Ms. Krawcheck. "Carnegie Hall and other nonprofits are looking to develop these M.B.A. students into future board members who can bring a young, fresh perspective."

Nonprofits get an online boost in Utah

It’s an extension of a program that previously was available only to other kinds of generally larger business organizations.

Nonprofits turn small donors into fund source

Internet sites link givers, beneficiaries for specific projects

The Charlotte Martin Foundation will grant $1 million to Montana nonprofits this year

The grant reviewers would like to see Montana foundations involved in this process.