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Nonprofits in the News

We invite you to view news stories about MNA, our members, and national news stories affecting the nonprofit sector. If you would like us to post a story, please send an email to MNA with a link to the published article. You can also follow MNA news by subscribing to our eNews and the MNA blog.

Building a Nonprofit
New Kalispell group sets the stage for a local performing arts center. Discusses the mighty task of starting a nonprofit organization.
Rocky's Renaissance: The little college that could

Rocky Mountain College thriving after recent revolution and evolution

Empty Bowls on April 5 expands, seeks more volunteers
Annual fundraiser supports the Butte Emergency Food Bank
BridgerCare breaks ground on new clinic off Oak Street
The new building will be twice the size of the space BridgerCare currently rents in the Bozeman Medical Arts Center.
Social media community stands by to help those in need
Missoula Aging Services helps connect people in need with volunteers
Homeless, at-risk women to get housing help in Bozeman
HRDC partners with St. James Episcopal Church to open a historic home in downtown to help homeless women get back on their feet
Montana Rescue Mission gets kitchen running just in time for Thanksgiving

Volunteers served Thanksgiving dinner to more than 600 people on Thursday.

Red Scarves wrap Montana's foster youth in support
Reach Higher Montana partners with the Montana Chafee Foster Care Independence Program to support foster youth pursuing secondary educaton and job skills
Montana Supporting Soldiers prepares care packages for deployed troops
The Helena-based volunteer organization sends care packages to deployed troops, military working dogs, and wounded troops in field hospitals
'Respite saved me': Future funding uncertain for caregiver relief program
Miles City DEAP offers caregiver support through their Lifespan Respite program
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