Paid Family Leave is Essential for Gender Equity and Employee Wellbeing

May 16, 2024 As we mark Mother’s Day, and as I am less than two weeks from my planned family leave to welcome a new baby into my family, it feels like a …...

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Goal Reached, What Now? 5 Post-Capital Campaign Tasks 

May 9, 2024 After years of planning, relationship-building, marketing, and fundraising, you’ve finally reached your capital campaign goal—congratulations! Depending on the nature of your campaign,...

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How to Project Future Finances With Nonprofit Bookkeeping

April 24, 2024 With nonprofits seeing a recent decline in revenue across the board, it’s more important than ever to plan ahead financially. Insights into your finances are crucial for determining the...

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Take the 2024 Nonprofit Capacity Survey

April 18, 2024 The five state nonprofit associations in the Northwest (MT, ID, OR, WA, & AK) are seeking to understand the strength of capacity in the nonprofit sector. Your participation in this...

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Proposed Overtime Rule Change for Montana Nonprofits

March 28, 2024 Do you have exempt employees making less than $55,000 a year? You’re not alone. Read below to see how the proposed rule change might impact you and suggested steps: The …...

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Reaction is where learning begins: Leaning into discomfort

March 26, 2024 V is for Vulnerable is a little children’s book for grownups written by author and teacher Seth Godin. I have a copy of the book in my office, a reminder …...

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2024 Nonprofit Wage and Compensation Survey

March 14, 2024 MNA is excited to partner with nonprofit associations from Washington, Oregon, Idaho, and Alaska to present the 2024 Nonprofit Wage & Compensation survey. This survey and the resulting...

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Black History Month in Montana

February 15, 2024 February is Black History Month – what does that mean for nonprofits in Montana? Maybe you’ve found your own way to honor and acknowledge Black History in Montana or within …...

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Navigating the Pay Maze: MNA’s Experience with Compensation Equity

January 22, 2024 If you’re like us here at MNA, chances are your December and early January have been peppered with conversations about raises, cost of living adjustments, and performance appraisals....

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Creating an Annual Report that Resonates with Stakeholders

January 16, 2024 Blog contributed by our partners at Nexxus Marketing. Our nonprofit world is a fast-paced one—full of passionate contributors, meaningful relationships, challenges to conquer, and...

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