|Expert details economic importance of arts to Missoula audience|
Randy Cohen talked with an estimated 70 people at a Missoula
Cultural Council luncheon about how art is not only a cultural
investment, it’s an economic one, too.
|Nonprofit groups in Butte receive huge donations|
The Butte Exchange Club handed out thousands of dollars to six local nonprofits earlier today.
|Billings Clinic marks year of unprecedented success with street celebration|
The hospital, with 3,500 employees, has tallied an unprecedented
number of awards, designations and recognitions, including the No. 1
|Gallatin Valley Land Trust receives stewardship grant from REI|
A $10,000 grant from REI brings the Gallatin Valley Land Trust closer to reaching its fundraising goal to pay for various trail projects, including...
|Nonprofit helps Native students with college dreams|
Four young women from the Northern Cheyenne Reservation are
college-bound this fall, thanks in part to a new program to help
American Indian youth reach their education goals.
|Brickyard Bash goes to the Derby|
Two classic terracotta-colored urns by Kurt Weiser decorated with stags, wolves and lions; a “Cloud Dish Set” by Julia Galloway; and an Asian-inspired “Kiss Bowl” by Paul Mathieu are among the items that go up for bid at Saturday’s oh-so-lively Archie Bray Foundation Live Auction.
|Mountain Sky Guest Ranch Awards $187,500 in New Grants|
As part of its commitment to strengthen the nonprofit sector, the ranch fund has awarded a three-year $60,000 grant to the Montana Nonprofit Association to provide training and technical assistance to nonprofit organizations across the state.
|New name & logo for Beartooth Nature Center|
Beartooth Nature Center outside of Red Lodge unveils a new name and logo...
|Race For The Cure|
Montana’s Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure registration numbers were down 30 percent...“The wish I have for Montana is that everybody gets excited about the
cause and excited about finding the cure,” Aberle said. “It’s an
emotional disease and a physically difficult disease for recovering
|Group aims for safer Montana workplaces|
Miller represents “WorkSafeMT,” a nonprofit organization working
to raise awareness among employers about just how much can be saved when
a “culture of safety” is established in a workplace.