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Wednesday, October 05, 2011
Carol Townsend, president and CEO of Greater Gallatin United Way attended the annual conference in Missoula where grant-making organizations discussed emerging issues, learned how to be more effective investors in local and rural communities, and envisioned collaborating strategically to deliver a greater impact.  Philanthropy Northwest
Thursday, September 22, 2011
Jane Foster, Branch Manager for U.S. Bank and board member was recently named Greater Gallatin United Way’s 2011 Annual Campaign Chair.  Jane will head United Way campaigns running in Gallatin, Madison, Meagher and Park counties.   Jane grew up in Billings and has been involved with the United Way here and in Billings for many years.  A strong supporter of the community, Jane exemplifies the “LIVE UNITED” theme, according to Carol Townsend, CEO of Greater Gallatin United Way. “Jane will be an incredible asset to the campaign this year,” said Sylvia Drain, United Way’s Board Chair.  “She comes with a strong passion for her community and a...
Wednesday, September 14, 2011
GREATER GALLATIN UNITED WAY ANNOUNCES 2011 CAMPAIGN CHAIR   Jane Foster, Branch Manager for U.S. Bank and board member was recently named Greater Gallatin United Way’s 2011 Annual Campaign Chair.  Jane will head United Way campaigns running in Gallatin, Madison, Meagher and Park counties.   Jane grew up in Billings and has been involved with the United Way here and in Billings since 1985.  A strong supporter of the community, Jane exemplifies the “LIVE UNITED” theme, according to Carol Townsend, CEO of Greater Gallatin United Way.   “Jane will be an incredible asset to the campaign this year,” said Sylvia Drain, United Way’s Board Chair...
Thursday, August 11, 2011
The familiar donation thermometer located at Main and 19th, which represented the progress of Greater Gallatin United Way's annual fundraising campaign, has been replaced.  The Greater Gallatin United Way is unveiling a new method, the Community Impact model, for measuring and illustrating the effects of programs and services to the community. Greater Gallatin United Way supports health and human service organizations in Gallatin, Park, Madison, and Meagher Counties.  With the shift to impact, Greater Gallatin United Way wishes to correct the impression that we are solely a fundraiser.  In truth, we are returning to our roots as an...
Thursday, August 11, 2011
We are kicking off our annual fundraising campaign with a goal of $750,000.  As a result of a generous gift from the Gilhousen Family Foundation, starting this year $0.96 of every $1.00 donated is directly invested back in our community. Their gift pays for nearly all of our annual operating expenses!Greater Gallatin United Way focuses on three building blocks for strengthening our community.     Education:  Keeping kids on track to achieve their full potential.Health:  Increasing knowledge, resources, access and opportunities to be healthy.Income:  Fulfilling basic needs, stabilizing people in crisis and building self-sufficiency.We...
Monday, June 06, 2011
On July 27th, Anderson ZurMuehlen and Greater Gallatin United Way  spearheaded a workshop for non-profit directors and board members curious about their financial reporting. Learn tips and tools for your reporting needs from our experienced certified public accountants over a coffee and scone! Click here to learn more and register!

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