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Montana Senator Tester Pushes for Local Commerce & Tourism Groups to be Eligible for Paycheck Protection Program

Senator joins bipartisan push to keep local non-profits afloat amid coronavirus crisis

Letter to Montana Governor Bullock and the Coronavirus Task Force from Coalition of Montana Education-based Nonprofits

We, the undersigned, provide enrichment programs for children outside of the academic setting here in Montana. While each of us is unique, we share some common traits and have some common needs as we envision the reopening of our in-person programs, hopefully at some point this summer.

Strauss Brands Inc. Partnering with Montana’s American Prairie Reserve

Wild Sky ranchers produce more than Montana beef—they also improve habitat for the wildlife on their ranches.

Now is the perfect time for American foundations and private donors to invest in rural communities.

In the face of the Covid-19 pandemic, we are witnessing the kind of resilience that rural places are known for.

How Nonprofits and Board Members Can Respond to COVID-19

As the world responds to this new threat, many nonprofits are struggling with how to help their communities while also trying to endure the crisis themselves.

Generosity for the common good – Montana’s nonprofits need your support

More than anything else, give bravely, knowing we can navigate this crisis with those things no pandemic can touch: our shared sense of humanity, generosity of spirit and the certainty that caring for one another and our neighbors in the toughest of times will always be the right choice.

Montana among the first? – Computer modelers estimate how much longer coronavirus shutdowns should last

Based on the current projections from UW’s Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation, four states — Montana, Vermont, West Virginia and Hawaii — could loosen their restrictions as early as the week of May 4. Other states, ranging from Massachusetts and North Dakota to Arizona, may have to wait until the week of June 8 or later.

STARTING TODAY! – International Wildlife Film Festival is Online This Year April 18-25

The best of Nature Films

Park Local Development Corporation (PLDC) announced the Emergency and Disaster Microloans are now available as part of its Revolving Loan Fund portfolio.

The PLDC Loan Committee, comprised of local financial and business leaders, will evaluate applications. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis beginning April 23.

Governor Bullock Announces Coronavirus Relief Fund Task Force

“Today I’m establishing the Coronavirus Relief Fund Task Force to provide guidance and expertise on how to deploy $1.25 billion responsibly and quickly put Montana on a path toward economic recovery and meet the needs in our communities.”