Shining Examples of Service Learning in Montana

May 30, 2019 Maya Miller, AmeriCorps VISTA In March, faculty members from universities across Montana came together to share their experiences and explore new academic service learning opportunities....

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Montana Lawmakers Plan Tax Policy Review

May 29, 2019 via Montana Public Radio Montana lawmakers will take a comprehensive look at state and local tax policy over the next two years. Legislators say a changing economy and increasing population...

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GrantStation’s 2019 State of Grantseeking Report

May 28, 2019 GrantStation just released it’s 2019 State of Grantseeking Report which spotlights recent developments in funding so that organizations can be more strategic in their grantseeking....

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Top Ten Facts Census Data Can Tell You About Your Community

May 23, 2019 What Census Data Can Tell You About Your Community via US Census Bureau  1. Is your community gaining or losing population? Revitalization efforts should differ markedly between fast...

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Connect With Your Peers and Build Montana’s Future: MNA Member Groups

May 22, 2019 We’re all in this together. To leverage all of our strengths and discuss our challenges, MNA will be launching a series of affinity groups and learning cohorts over the coming months....

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Working Better Together: The Tension Around Change

April 24, 2019 Shelby Rogala, Professional and Organizational Development Manager With four and sometimes five generations now working or volunteering in many organizations, tension is inevitable. In...

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MNA is Hitting the Refresh Button

April 19, 2019 Liz Moore The MNA office will be closed Tuesday, April 30th. Here’s why. Last year we invited Beth Kanter to speak at the MNA Conference on the topic of workplace wellness. We didn’t...

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Seeking Your Perspective: Service Learning in Montana

April 16, 2019 As Montana’s economy and demographics change, the nonprofit world is greatly impacted. Whether seeking strategies to cultivate new donors, staff, volunteers, or board members,...

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4 Signs You Are A Burned out Nonprofit Fundraiser

April 2, 2019 Guest Blog by Beth Kanter You’ve smiled through back-to-back-to-back-to-back meetings with donors and your best donor prospect just cancelled on you, and now you’ve got to finish that...

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The New Board Member Right Next Door

March 27, 2019 Shelby Rogala, Professional and Organizational Development Manager Nonprofit boards are required to have at least three members, according to Montana State Code. Given that Montana has over...

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