Written by: Kayla Sheridan
The Missoula community has over 1,500 listed Nonprofit organizations!v
As donors and volunteers, we want to spend our dollar and time on causes that produce the most significant welfare gains. However, many of us actually spend our resources on the causes that we care about! Charity is exceptionally dependent on our own personal identities & Nonprofit sectors help create a culture within communities.
The Nonprofit sector in Missoula has more organizations per capita compared to almost all of the other cities in the United States. Wow! The majority of these organizations work hard to both engage and educate individuals on issues and opportunities in the community. For the most part, Nonprofits strive to make positive change, provide a sense of community, and help individuals create an identity. Our Nonprofits in Missoula are essential in sustaining our unique community here.
Below are steps you can take to help you find a Nonprofit you can support.
1) Align Potential Organizations with Your Values
2) Decide What Type of Good You Hope to Support
3) Research Online
4) Fill Your Experience Gap
5) Search Social Media
6) Exercise Your Options
For those in Missoula, I recommend this website to help you in your search for your Nonprofit community:
Nonprofits make change by bringing people together around a common goal! For anyone who needs to hear it, go find your Nonprofit community and help make your community a better place right now. In today’s tech-savvy world, it’s easier than ever to support your favorite Nonprofits.
8 Replies to “Missoula, MT -Finding Community in the Nonprofit Community”
Wish we had this available in Helena.
Kayla great article.
Great article Kayla! I help with nonprofit organizations in my community. Awareness of such organizations is key for people needing their services & for getting volunteers ( help is always needed)!
This is great stuff!!!!
Great article and I agree That If help placed properly, so Much can be done
Great article and thanks for the links
Great article We certainly need to pull together Thanks for bringing this forward Kayla
Very good article
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