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Social Enterprise Alliance

SEA offers many services and products for fee, but they also produce a free biweekly bulletin that is always filled with great ideas and success stories from successful ventures.

Center for the Rocky Mountain West Newsletter – April – May 2006

The Center is a regional studies and public policy program of The University of Montana, located in the heart of the Rockies. We want to keep you regularly informed of our work and hope that you find these newsletters valuable.

Nonprofit Congress Seeks Montana Delegates for National Meeting

In order to ensure that voices of Montana’s nonprofits are heard, MNA is encouraging leaders – including staff and volunteers – from a wide range of nonprofits to apply.

April 2006 Montana Nonprofit Association eNews

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23 kegs of Community Brew to aid tsunami relief

Proceeds from sales of Missoula Community Brew will be divided between Community Focused Disaster Response, the organization helping to rebuild Komari, Sri Lanka, and the homebrew club.

The Montana Nonprofit Association’s (MNA) Public Policy Agenda Survey. Your participation is appreciated

We need your help in identifying the policy issues that are most important to Montana’s nonprofit sector.

Public Deliberation: A Manager’s Guide to Citizen Engagement

This report documents a spectrum of tools and techniques developed largely in the nonprofit world in
recent years to increase citizens’ involvement in their communities and government.

Bozeman man’s refugee message goes nationwide. Mortenson’s call for Pakistani aid makes magazine, TV. 55 schools established in Pakistan and Afghanistan through the nonprofit Central Asia Institute

Next week, he will appear on several national television and radio programs promoting his book. Appearances will include "MSNBC Live" with Contessa Brewer on Monday; "Live From CNN," Tuesday; and ABC’s "Good Morning America" on Wednesday.

The Missoula Community Brew, sponsored by Big Sky Brewing (BSBC) and the Zoo City Zymurgists homebrew club pick brew to benefit Community Focused Disaster Response (CFDR)

Their spokesperson John Masterson said: “The Community Brew represents an opportunity to help people in need and raise the visibility of our club. Big Sky Brewing has long demonstrated their commitment to charitable causes, and we appreciate the opportunity to be involved. Plus, they make darn good beer.”

Montana Nonprofit Association March 2006 Newsletter

New Look for eNews – Last March, MNA launched the eNews program to keep Montana’s nonprofits informed. Since then, we have signed up over 700 people to receive the MNA eNews. MNA strives to keep…