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- List of small nonprofits facing the loss of their tax-exempt status
Montana Nonprofit Association
For many of us, donating to worthy causes during the holidays is a significant and meaningful part of the season. Research shows almost 25 percent of our annual giving takes place between now and the end of the year. Nonprofits often rely on year-end donations as a vital part of their budget…
This is the time of year when many of us are taking stock and making decisions about charitable giving. In fact, the average person makes almost 25 percent of annual donations between Thanksgiving and New Year’s, according to Center on Philanthropy. In December, parents are teaching children…
The Montana Nonprofit Association in Helena has appointed Kelly Bruggeman and Carol Condon to its board of directors. For information about MNA and its more than 650 nonprofit members, visit mtnonprofit.org.
In Montana, private enterprise such as agriculture, oil and mining, tourism, and timber has worked side by side with philanthropists and nonprofits to create and support the unique quality of life enjoyed by Montanans. Now, a cornerstone of our ability to design our own communities’ future i…
Liz Moore has been selected as the new executive director of the Montana Nonprofit Association. Moore most recently served as a member of the senior management staff of the Rocky Mountain Development Council (RMDC) in Helena. At RMDC, she gained valuable experience in program design, busines…
Friday's midnight deadline for small nonprofits to file an IRS form or lose their tax-exempt status is one they need to take seriously.
HELENA - When foundations invest in nonprofit advocacy and organizing efforts, it can pay off for families and communities, a new study that covers Montana concludes.
HELENA - Nonprofit groups in Montana say the bad economy is making it difficult for them to raise money.
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