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Washington Foundation donates $307,500 to basic needs groups

The Dennis and Phyllis Washington Foundation has selected 96 food banks, food pantries, rescue missions, homeless shelters, United Way and Salvation Army organizations across Montana to receive a combined $307,500 in additional grant funds to aid them in helping Montana’s most vulnerable citizens during the continuing pandemic.

Under the Big Sky – Stories of Our Neighbors in Montana

Just being from Montana evokes a sense of community and pride that is rarely seen in other parts of the world.  

Zoom’s new feature makes sure you’ll catch every word of the meeting is a transcription service partnering with Zoom to launch live captioning for all Zoom calls.

How This Serial Entrepreneur Is Transforming the Way Corporations Support Charities

In creating Givewith, Paul Polizzotto turned corporate philanthropy upside down–by making nonprofits party to everyday business transactions.

City of Bozeman proposes program to fund public art

The proposed ordinance, called a municipal percent for art program, would set aside 1% of construction costs from some future city capital projects to be used for public art installations.

Montana State University Outreach and Engagement Council awards six seed grants

The council awarded grants of up to $5,000 to projects that are mutually beneficial for MSU and community partners and that complement MSU’s land-grant mission. The council has awarded approximately $147,000 since the program started.

Montana Career Opportunity – Disaster Economic Recovery Coordinator – Bear Paw Development Corporation

DESIRED SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE: Experience working with local elected officials in a planning or project management capacity preferred. Ability to prepare complex proposals in compliance with guidelines of State of Montana and federal funding programs…

Montana Career Opportunity – Director of Community Development – Bear Paw Development Corporation

The Director of Community Development is responsible for supervision of the organization’s activities related to community and infrastructure development and planning, including public facility project development, grant writing, project management and reporting to state and…

Montana Career Opportunity – Chief Marketing Officer – Adventure Cycling Association

As Adventure Cycling Association’s Chief Marketing Officer (CMO) you will be responsible for creating innovative marketing strategies that build our brand by engaging, expanding, and diversifying our community. Our ideal candidate possesses effective communication, leadership,…

Tell Us Something – October Storytelling News – Reflection and an Invitation to Listen

Storytelling is a survival skill. Storytelling is a way to have a conversation with ourselves, and by sharing our story, we invite others into that conversation.