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Posted at: Wednesday, December 05, 2018
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Posted at: Wednesday, December 05, 2018
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Posted at: Thursday, January 26, 2017
There are over 2,000 nonprofit establishments throughout Montana. These nonprofits have a wide range of purposes that are ultimately intended to benefit the community. Think of United Way, the Humane Society, or Habitat for Humanity as a few examples among many. Many individuals receive the benefits of nonprofits, perhaps without even realizing it. Consider the enjoyment of the symphony, the theater, or a museum. These art and entertainment organizations are often nonprofits. Or consider education at a private school. Nongovernment educational institutions are also often nonprofits, as are many healthcare facilities and religious...
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Posted at: Thursday, July 14, 2016
As you know, Bozeman is currently working on a 20-30 year strategic plan utilizing the consulting firm, HDR.  Over the past 3-4 months, they’ve held community discussions around the following 6 vision areas:
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Posted at: Thursday, June 16, 2016
In 2013, a workgroup of the Early Childhood Community Council, a collaboration lead by Greater Gallatin United Way, formed to plan for a Born Learning Trail in Gallatin County.  ECCC purchased 3 Born Learning Trail kits from United Way Worldwide and the workgroup began to meet with community partners to identify local parks and trails that would benefit and implement a Born Learning Trail.  Born Learning Trails provide parents, caregivers and children with learning and active play opportunities in an outdoor setting.  Signs are placed along the Trail, providing skill developing activities, examples include:
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Posted at: Thursday, January 28, 2016
Greater Gallatin United Way is pleased to announce the opening of our Community Investment/Impact Grant Process Online grant application available: Monday, February 1 at 12:00 pm.  Deadline gor grant applications: Thursday, February 25 at Midnight. As a community leader in collective impact-driven work, we believe that real long-term change is best generated by working collectively through a common agenda.  Centralized fundraising or collective fundraising benefits our community by allowing donors to easily support multiple well-vetted organizations with one donation to Greater Gallatin United Way; by providing local human service...
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Posted at: Wednesday, December 09, 2015
United Way Worldwide was consistent and effective in their advocacy efforts to improve the federal K-12 education law currently known as No Child Left Behind.  The U.S. Senate voted this morning to approve the House-Senate agreement, Every Student Succeeds Act of 2015, by a vote of 85-12.  Click here for news coverage from Education Week. U.S. House Speaker Paul Ryan scheduled a ceremony for this afternoon to enroll and prepare the bill for the President’s signature.  The President is expected to sign the bill by the end of the year. We thank everyone for their advocacy efforts throughout this year, in particular, to help get this much...
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Posted at: Wednesday, December 09, 2015
Thank you for making me aware of that proposal, and for making it easy for me to write a response.  I did respond and I stand by what I said to them: I have great concern about donors needing to provide personal identification such as addresses and social security numbers. If people who want to donate to non-profits are expected to provide those organizations their social security numbers, people will not want to donate. If the non-profits have to file reports listing donors' social security numbers and addresses and providing the donors copies of these forms every tax year, the non-profits' administrative costs will increase while their...
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Posted at: Tuesday, December 08, 2015
Dear Donor, As you may have heard, the IRS has proposed a new form that nonprofits can use to record and report donations over $250. To use the new form, nonprofits would have to collect and report the Social Security numbers and addresses of donors, file the new form with the IRS by February 28 every year, and send a copy to each donor listed. United Way Worldwide and individual United Ways have concerns about the proposal and plans to submit comments. We ask you to take action and let your voice be heard by submitting your own letter outlining your concerns.  Feel free to use any or all of United Way's concerns listed below. VOLUME MATTERS...
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Posted at: Wednesday, October 07, 2015
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