MNA in Eastern Montana

October 12, 2021 / Comments (0)

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MNA is hitting the road!

There are many things we love about our office in Helena. We love our proximity to the capitol, where we can represent Montana nonprofits on important legislation. We love the nearby organizations, associations, and foundations with whom we can partner to serve Montana’s nonprofits. And we definitely love working just a few floors above some of the best resources Helena has to offer: The Big Dipper ice cream, and the Hawthorn wine bar.
 
But one thing about our office in Helena is that it is very, very far away from many of the nonprofits we serve. That’s why we’ll be hitting the road this October, and visiting a few of the communities that we don’t often get to see outside of our Zoom squares.
 
MNA Executive Director Liz Moore will be traveling to Miles City, Glendive, and Sidney during the last week of October, and the first week of November. During that time, she’ll be hosting a number of nonprofit workshops, and will be available for one-on-one consultations with nonprofits in the region.

RSVP for a workshop

Join Montana Nonprofit Association and your peers for our Board Governance and Attracting Staff & Volunteers workshops in Miles City and Glendive.
 

BOARD GOVERNANCE in Miles City & Glendive
October 27th | 11:30 – 1:00 pm | DEAP Conference Room, Miles City
November 2nd | 8:30 – 10:00 am | Chamber Conference Room, Glendive
November 2nd | 5:30 – 7:00 pm | Chamber Conference Room, Glendive

For seasoned board members and new recruits alike, this workshop covers much of what board members need to know. From legal responsibilities to strategic vision to financial stewardship, we will provide guidance, resources, and best practices.

ATTRACTING STAFF & VOLUNTEERS in Miles City & Glendive
October 29th | 11:30 – 1:00 pm | DEAP Conference Room, Miles City
November 4th | 8:30 – 10:00 am | Chamber Conference Room, Glendive
November 4th | 5:30 – 7:00 pm | Chamber Conference Room, Glendive

A changing workforce requires new approaches to management, team dynamics, and leadership. Learn more about generational differences, organizational best practices for recruiting and retaining employees and volunteers, and preparing your organization to become a nonprofit workplace of choice.

Can’t make a workshop?

Book a one-on-one session with Liz Moore instead. She’ll be available to offer guidance and insight on a host of nonprofit questions and issues.


About MNA

Montana Nonprofit Association is a statewide association dedicated solely to the strength and excellence of nonprofits in Montana. We are working toward a future where nonprofits have the resources needed to fulfill their missions, are strategically connected with one another and with partners in business and government, and are recognized and celebrated for their contributions to the quality of life in Montana’s communities. Our members, approximately 670 of them, address a broad array of missions, come from all four corners of the state and everywhere between, and range in size from the smallest all-volunteer nonprofits to some of the largest organizations in Montana.

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