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Next Year The Glacier Association and the Glacier National Park Fund will join forces

The merger will bring more money to the park and focus efforts on conservation and preservation.

Financing good will: How charities are innovating to survive

Many organizations are abandoning old methods of financing, like grant writing and fundraising, and becoming self-sustaining by developing marketable products and services.

Payne Financial Group and Western States Insurance Employees Join Hands To Help Local Nonprofits

Throughout Community Week, Payne Financial and Western States employees in nine communities across Montana, Idaho and Washington will donate their time and efforts at local nonprofits.

Please Vote! – Glacier Institute is Montana’s lone finalist for $50,000

The Glacier Institute stands poised to win $50,000 to support a suite of outdoor-oriented community projects after the local nonprofit was selected as Montana’s lone finalist in the Tom’s of Maine "50 States for Good" program.

Patagonia Pledges Support for Bob Marshall Wilderness Foundation

BMWF is sponsoring its annual Voices of the Wilderness fundraiser event on Nov. 9.

Why Can’t We Sell Charity Like We Sell Perfume?

It’s time to change how society thinks about charity and social reform.

Bitter Root RC&D receives three national awards

The Bitter Root RC&D was established in 1965, the first in the state, to help Mineral, Missoula and Ravalli counties promote conscientious development of the area’s natural and human resources while maintaining a high quality of life.

Nonprofits generate billions for state economy

"Sometimes, especially when the economy is tough, it’s easy to say ‘Nonprofits are nice to have, but if we can’t contribute right now that’s okay,’" she said. "But I think if we ignore nonprofit organizations or are not as generous as we need to be to keep nonprofits going, the economy will feel that impact."

Rebuild Haiti, recharge Montana – Wood For Haiti

"We could build the entire country of Haiti if we could get to this wood."

Rice brothers to match $1 million in gifts to Easter Seals-Goodwill

"When it comes to providing services to the people Easter Seals-Goodwill serves, there is no option, it has to be done," said Pat Rice, who has served on the organization’s board for 22 years. "Today Easter Seals clients need more comprehensive services, and we provide those. And clients are staying in our programs much longer. We have some that are retirement age. So we need to have the facilities to provide those services."