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The economy’s middle child. Though a major part of the economy, the nonprofit sector is poorly understood and maybe a tad underappreciated

If you’ve ever been a Scout, belonged to a religious organization, listened to a live orchestra, had a baby; if you’re a veteran; if you’ve volunteered or been a member of a local chamber of commerce—among many, many other things—then you’ve participated in the underappreciated economy of nonprofits.

Foster Care Graduates Get Boost to Independence

The Montana Foster Care Independence Program offers a variety of services, including job and life skills training, emotional support, and money to help pay for living expenses and post-secondary education.

Montana Nonprofit Association (MNA) 5th Annual Conference "Vision And Voice" 9/25-27 – Helena

2006-09-25 08:00:00 Helena, MT Contact: http://www.mtnonprofit.org We are very pleased to announce the following keynote speakers for MNA’s signature event: Lois Gibbs, Executive Director, Center for Health, Environment, and Justice – Known as the "Mother…

SCC to be Awarded Over $15,000 for Student Grants

July 17, 2006 Contact: Kelly Chapman, Executive Vice President of Foundation Activities Student Assistance Foundation 406.495.7390 Joe LaFromboise, Financial Aid Director Stone Child College 406.395.4313 Jeannie Huntley, Marketing & Communications Director Student Assistance Foundation 406.495.7394…

FBC to be Awarded Over $4,000 for Student Grants

July 14, 2006 Contact: Kelly Chapman, Executive Vice President of Foundation Activities Student Assistance Foundation 406.495.7390 Wayne Birdtail, Financial Aid Officer Fort Belknap College 406.353.2607 ext 235 Jeannie Huntley, Marketing & Communications Director Student Assistance…

Montana Nonprofit Association Online Career Center

Great thanks to everyone for making this THE place for nonprofit careers in Montana.

Habitat projects a top priority in Wyoming for the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation

In an effort to preserve and improve wildlife habitat across the state, the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation is helping to fund 22 projects in Wyoming this year, awarding $227,000 in grants.

Superior Teleconferencing option for MNA Members

MNA members save up to 70% off the regular price
As a member, you can use ReadyTalk’s voice conferencing solution for 6 cents per minute per participant, and web conferencing for 10 cents per minute per participant.

How To Give Money as Buffett Does

By announcing that he would more than double the holdings of the Gates Foundation, Mr. Buffett made the point that giving away money should be more about results than ego.

Wyoming Nonprofits grow in awareness, clout

As a sector of the economy, nonprofit organizations between 1991 and 2001 grew faster than any other including manufacturing, construction and services Assets during that period grew 234 percent from $366 million to $1.2 billion, and revenues tripled from $179 million to $536 million, according to the report from the Wyoming Nonprofit Support Initiative.