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Want Your Business To Combat Coronavirus? 3 Best Practices For Partnering With Nonprofits

Companies should not be “waiting out the coronavirus pandemic until they can go back to business as usual” but should rather “be part of the solution, now.” 

FVCC hosts online fundraising workshop for nonprofits – “I’m Expected to Fundraise — Help!” – 4/15 and 4/22

“this class will give confidence to board members who will be asking people to support their organization,”

FVCC hosts online fundraising workshop for nonprofits – “I’m Expected to Fundraise — Help!” – 4/15 and 4/22

“this class will give confidence to board members who will be asking people to support their organization,”

Town Pump donates $1 million to Montana food banks

The money will be sent directly to 100 food banks, food pantries and shelters in 83 Montana communities.

Start Positioning Your Firm as a Leader Now

While many organizations are struggling with new challenges now, dedicating extra time to improving your firm’s brand identity could pay dividends in the long haul.

Leading for maximal productivity

If we are going to get more from our people, we need to use our leadership position to motivate others, create a healthy work environment and engage others in meaningful work.

What do Montana Nonprofits Need? – COVID-19 Impact on Montana Nonprofits :: 434 Responses to MNA’s Flash Poll

“How do we, as a nonprofit community, act in solidarity to protect organizations that will be hardest hit by this without sacrificing sustainability (but maybe sacrificing growth?)?” – Montana nonprofit organization

Working-Class People Hold Society Together: Class and COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted class inequalities. Commentators in the US, UK, and Australia are acknowledging that working-class people are more likely to suffer as a result of both the virus and the measures put in place to contain its spread.

Montana Learning Center joins Skynet, the international robotic telescope network based at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Opportunities to explore the universe from the comfort of home and classroom have never been easier or more exciting.

The Greater Ravalli Foundation works to meet community needs

Since its formation in 2002, TGRF has filled needs for sustenance (food for students and senior citizens), winter wear and scholarships for students eager to learn a trade or attend college.