Across Montana, nonprofit leaders are gathering locally to share information, network with one another, and learn new skills. Some groups are more formal than others. MNA encourages nonprofit leaders to connect with local networks if one exists in your community.
- Indian Nonprofit Alliance (INA)
INA's purpose is to strengthen native nonprofits through effective cross-cultural leadership development systems based on a native way of life. For more information, contact Rick Robinson.
- Nonprofit Development Partnership (NpDP)
NpDP is dedicated to sustaining and enhancing the effectiveness of nonprofit organizations through education and capacity-building opportunities in the Flathead region. Current activities include monthly brown bag lunches for nonprofit staff and volunteers, periodic seminars and workshops, information sharing through networking groups and E-newsletters, and more. For more information, contact Ned Cooney.
- Bozeman Area Nonprofit Cafe
Organized by the Bozeman Area Community Foundation, the Nonprofit Cafe is a monthly gathering of Bozeman area nonprofit representatives (staff, directors, board members, etc.) These informal, open gatherings take place on the fourth Friday of every month in the lobby of the Emerson Cultural Center (111 S Grand Ave, Bozeman, MT) from 8:30 - 9:30am. For more information, please contact JC Hoyt or Molly Pickall.
- Missoula Nonprofit Network
MNN started in 2004 in an effort to strengthen the non-profit sector by holding joint trainings, sharing best practices and collaborating on grant resources. The Missoula Nonprofit Network’s mission is to enhance the quality of life in Missoula by strengthening organizations that make social change possible. While MNN’s mission is to influence social change, services are open to all.