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MNA'S NEW BOARD MEMBERS
Unanimously voted in by a quorum of MNA members, we are thrilled to welcome four dynamic nonprofit leaders to our Board of Directors. 

Welcome to MNA....

Amy Sings in the Timber - Montana Innocence Project
Angie Main - NACDC Financial Services
Jesse Mahugh - Big Brothers Big Sisters of Helena and Great Falls
Nancy Schlepp - Sandfire Resources America

We invite you to learn more about each of these gracious and giving individuals. And, thanks so much to all that voted!
BOARD MEMBER BIOS
AND JOIN US FOR MONTANA'S BEST!
2021 Nonprofit & Philanthropic Awards
Virtual Celebration
Thursday, September 30th @ 12:00 pm
 
The Association of Fundraising Professionals, Montana Chapter, and Montana Nonprofit Association have once again teamed up to honor philanthropic and nonprofit impact in the state of Montana.

This year's awardees have been selected. Find out who they are tomorrow at noon. The award celebration is free to attend and open to all.

Join us in cheering for our best!
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2021 AWARD CATEGORIES 
 
Outstanding Young Professional – The award for Outstanding Young Professional recognizes fundraisers under the age of 35 who display excellence in raising funds, inspiring donors, managing campaigns and dedication to the charitable sector.

Outstanding Fundraising Professional – The award for Outstanding Fundraising Professional honors an outstanding individual fundraising professional who works for a nonprofit, charitable organization. Nominees must have a minimum of 15 years of experience as a fundraiser.

Outstanding Volunteer Fundraiser – The award for Outstanding Volunteer Fundraiser honors an individual or family that demonstrates outstanding skills in coordinating and motivating groups of donors and volunteers for fundraising projects for the benefit of charitable institutions. The recipient must have demonstrated exceptional leadership skills in coordinating groups of donors and volunteers for major fundraising projects for more than one nonprofit organization.
 
Champion for the Common Good – Recognizes a nonprofit organization whose work has resulted in significant progress on a policy issue impacting constituents or the community, at a systems level, in areas such as representation, equitable access to resources, and/or a state or federal advocacy issue addressed through either the State Legislature or Congress.
 
Upholding the Community Fabric: Safety Net Services – Recognizes a nonprofit organization whose direct work in the health and human services arena has significantly and positively impacted the community.
 
Upholding the Community Fabric: Vibrant Communities – Recognizes a nonprofit organization whose work focuses on community vibrancy and vitality, includes but is not limited to outdoor enjoyment, arts and culture, economic development, and Montana heritage.
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