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Montana Nonprofit Association Appoints 15 Leaders to Public Policy Council

The MNA Board of Director’s established the Public Policy Council to
provide advice and direction to the MNA Board regarding public policy issues of critical
importance to Montana’s nonprofit sector.

Montana Nonprofit Association Monthly eNews for February 2006

MNA Member Mapping for 2005 available – The Montana Nonprofit Association is growing and we thought you would like to learn more about your peers in the association.

New Benefit for Montana Nonprofit Association (MNA) Members! ReadyTalk Voice and Web Teleconferencing at 70% Savings

ReadyTalk is easy to use, secure, reliable and has many additional features designed to make your teleconferencing easier.

Companies donation program focuses on 1 recipient per year

With the program, the company and the local employees focus on one charitable organization per year.

Cuppa help – Missoula-based Non-Profit "Alliance for Coffee Excellence" directly introduces coffee growers in five countries to its network of coffee roasters in the United States.

Education and advocacy are the heart of the modest Missoula-based international coffee nonprofit.

Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation headquarters dedicated in Missoula, Montana

“We’re losing land every day out there,” said current chairman Buddy Smith. “I have to tell you that this facility is our best chance to save that land.”

Applying business lessons. Nonprofits implement private sector strategies to support themselves

"Running a for-profit and a nonprofit really aren’t very different,"

Montana Nonprofit Association Monthly eNews

MNA is a membership organization that promotes a stronger nonprofit sector, supportive public climate, and the ability of nonprofits to accomplish their missions.

Google gives non-profits a free ride to donors, needy

The low cost of entry and the fact that advertisers only have to pay if an ad is clicked has brought hundreds of thousands to the new medium, with amazing success stories.

Nonprofit health care plan offers hope – The Montana Nonprofit Association

The move could perhaps serve as an example other economic sectors could duplicate in an effort to get health care coverage for more Montanans.