In case you think the threat to the Johnson Amendment has gone away, it hasn’t.

September 6, 2018 If anything, the noise is building. In a closed door meeting on August 27, the President reportedly spent a considerable amount of time discussing the Johnson Amendment; so did a recent...

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Be a part of National Voter Registration Day

September 6, 2018   National Voter Registration Day, begun in 2012, has helped more than 1.6 million Americans register or update their registrations. ​Nonprofits can get involved at any time, but...

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Wait. What? Last week the IRS proposed new regulations that would change the federal deduction associated with tax-credit related gifts. 

August 31, 2018 The U.S. Treasury published a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking that will change regulations related to charitable contributions associated with tax credits, such as the Montana Endowment...

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Director’s Corner: August 23, 2018

August 23, 2018 Liz Moore MNA Executive Director I’ve been at MNA for seven years this September. Wow. I kind of can’t believe how time has flown. I still remember the (extensive) interview process,...

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July 27 Director’s Corner

July 1, 2018 Don’t Hijack Nonprofits for Partisan Gain Liz Moore Executive Director, MNA  Efforts to limit the influence of anonymous donors in elections took hits last week on two fronts; in both...

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Meet MNA’s New Affiliate Member: Phil

June 1, 2018  It’s been said everyone should sleep with a notebook by the side of their bed because this happens to all of us. “This” being when you wake up with a keen awareness of life or a...

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Do More Good: How to Embrace Technology and Expand Your Organization’s Capacity

June 1, 2018  by Jay Wilkinson, Firespring Like most people who work for a nonprofit, you want to do more good and ensure every dollar spent helps accomplish your mission—I get that. But as...

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Rocky’s Renaissance: The little college that could

February 17, 2017 On any given day, the man presiding over unprecedented prosperity at Rocky Mountain College could be sporting a trendy and spendy Hugo Boss suit or a well-laundered hoodie with old-school...

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BridgerCare breaks ground on new clinic off Oak Street

January 7, 2017 Bozeman-based BridgerCare, Montana’s largest reproductive health clinic, broke ground this week on a new building off Oak Street, aiming to give the nonprofit space to serve its growing...

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Social media community stands by to help those in need

January 6, 2017 MISSOULA, Mont. – This cold and snowy winter is hard on hundreds of Montanans. Some struggle to get around and get snow cleared away, but a social media group is reaching out to make...

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