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Philanthropy gets more focused to ‘move the needle’ by focusing on key initiatives, then reviewing data to measure results.

"How can we apply money and resources toward fixing a problem in the community, and what is the data telling us?"

University of Montana Students to Award $10,000 to Local Nonprofits

The philanthropy class at UM teaches community building and giving strategies to address social issues and meet local needs.

Missoula Children’s Theater reaches $1M goal

"We have a wonderful unity when it comes to what’s important and what needs to be done in the world and I think that this campaign is not about building a building, or those kinds of things," he said. "It’s about doing great work an getting out there, and doing it. And giving us the freedom to do that."

Renowned Montana Paleontologist Jack Horner announces career change

A world-famous dinosaur paleontologist for the Siebel Dinosaur Complex at the Museum of the Rockies is leaving his post next year.

Adventure Cycling Hosts The Biggest Bicycle Travel Celebration Since Bikecentennial 76 – , 7/15-17, Missoula, Montana

This jam-packed weekend will include parties, speakers, music, art, film, a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the newly minted Missoula to Lolo Trail, bike rides along the heralded Bitterroot Trail, and Bikecentennial 76 reunions. Sunday Streets and BIKEapalooza, a community bike ride around Missoula, will round out the celebratory weekend.

Montana Rail Link donates $15,000 to Yellowstone Boys and Girls Clubs

"To have a major corporation like Montana Rail Link step up and believe in what we’re doing and want to give back to our community, that’s just fantastic," Dennis said. "And it’s a great opportunity for us to put more resources into the community we serve."

Town Pump’s foundation hopes to raise $3 million for food banks

"Town Pump’s support is vital," said Kathy Griffith, of the Butte Food Bank. "We’d have a tough time keeping up with demand without the funds generated from the ‘Be a Friend’ campaign."

AERO receives $100,000 grant from the US Department of Agriculture

Connecting Producers program, which will grow and improve AERO’s Abundant Montana Directory and promote agritiourism opportunities for both consumers and producers in Montana.

Concert marks 20th anniversary of Rialto Theatre as a nonprofit

The nonprofit Rialto Community Theatre in Deer Lodge is celebrating the 20th anniversary of its purchase of the historic building with a concert by western Montana’s own Bop-A-Dips on Saturday, Sept. 12.

Missoula, Montana Based Wood For Haiti gathering lumber to help poverty stricken Haiti

"Right now, there’s no wood so they build with cement. When there’s an earthquake it turns into a tomb for the people. It just crumbles and kills."