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Building a Nonprofit

Many people have ideas about how to make their communities better. But dreaming is just the start.

Bozeman group gathers goods for Missoula refugee families

"What if it was my family?" Maggard said. "We’re supposed to show love for our neighbor, and our neighbor is anyone who is in need."

Why you shouldn’t volunteer at a soup kitchen this Thanksgiving

In the spirit of giving, thousands of well-meaning people search for opportunities to volunteer at soup kitchens or food banks on Thanksgiving day each year.

Current Tax Reform Proposals Would Devastate the Charitable Sector

Tax reform legislation proposed by the House and Senate would have devastating impacts on our nation’s charitable sector, greatly hindering the ability of nonprofits to meet the critical needs in our communities across the country.

Missoula nonprofit EPI makes Outside Magazine’s best workplaces list

Ecology Project International, which employs 30 people in Missoula, was named No. 55 on the list. It’s the sixth time the organization has been recognized on the list. The organization actually has more than 100 employees across five countries, but all of its logistics are handled here.

Here’s a More Tax-Efficient Way to Give to Charities

What many don’t know is they can take advantage of a strategy that allows them to combine those two needs and reduce their taxes.

Soft Landing Missoula gets national attention from Starbucks

Soft Landing Missoula is featured in an online video series created by coffee giant, Starbucks.

Montana History Foundation Grant Application Process 2018

The Montana History Foundation grants process for 2018 is now open. The deadline for submission is January 22, 2018 at 3:30 pm.

How One Nonprofit Tries to Show Donors Their Money Is Well-Spent

Partners in Health focuses on performance indicators to assess its challenging global mission

Literacy Bitterroot receives $200,000 grant from the Rob and Terry Ryan Foundation to help ease budget shortfall

"We appreciate the generation gift from the Rob and Terry Foundation to replace our state and federal money that we lost, through no fault of our own, for three years," Stark said. "Our budget varies between $125,000 to $135,000 a year, and our grant of $65,000 from state and federal funding was half of our budget."