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Montana Congressman Denny Rehberg and Corvallis High School Vote for "MAPS"

Says Montana Congressman Denny Rehberg: “As MAPS enters into its second year, I’m proud that the Florence Prever Rosten Foundation has taken the initiative to found this organization (MAPS) and work for Montana’s middle and high school students”.

Nonprofit Networking: The New Way to Grow

"Network approaches may be a tremendously valuable approach in the nonprofit sector that has often been overlooked,"

Montana Nonprofit Association Adds Brad Robinson to Staff as Member Services Director to Increase Benefits to Nonprofit Sector

Robinson brings both for-profit and non-profit work experience to this position. Robinson was a founder and manager of Big Sky Brewing Company, Montana’s largest brewery, and most recently worked as the Executive Director of the Montana Natural History Center (MNHC) in Missoula.

Seventeen Montana Organizations Receive $100,000 from PPL Montana’s Community Fund

“These are some of the 17 ideas that will help add to the quality of life because of the imagination and dedication of Montanans and the commitment and support of PPL Montana,” said Brad Spencer, vice president and chief operating officer of PPL Montana, at a news conference today announcing $100,000 in grants from the company’s Community Fund.

Bill Gates Sr. urges Idahoans to donate to local charities – Microsoft founder’s father says small gifts add up

"No one can do it all," he said. "It doesn’t take tremendous resources to make a difference."

Denver offers to help nonprofits find funding

"It’s critical we work to collaborate in terms of providing services," said Mike Roque, director of the mayor’s office of strategic partnerships.

Big Sky Institute for the Advancement of NonProfits – Major Projects for 2005 and Beyond

The mission of the Big Sky Institute for the Advancement of Nonprofits (BSI) is to strengthen and increase the capacity of the nonprofit sector in the philanthropic divide states of Montana and those nearby.

Adventure Cycling of Missoula Hits Milestone – 200,000th membership, Reports Strong Growth

On April 8 its data-entry staff processed the 200,000th membership received by the association in its 30-year history.

"Why Apply for Grants at Grants.gov?" See the Spring 2005 Succeed

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Why Nonprofits Have a Board Problem

n this interview, Chait discusses why nonprofit boards are failing, and how they can transform into powerful forces of leadership.

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