Posts Tagged ‘Missoula non-profits’

Missoula Food Bank Presents: The Bowl is Yours to Keep

Join us for an evening about local hunger this Wednesday, June 26. Share a simple meal with our neighbors from a bowl crafted by a local artist. The bowl is yours to keep.... more

4 Tips For Getting a Job With A Missoula Non-Profit Agency

By JENNIFER LODINE-CHAFFEY - Finding the right job in the non-profit sector, is fine, but what about those who want to serve their community? Here are some tips for those of you seeking work at a non-profit:... more

Missoula Non-Profit Spotlight: The AWOL Institute

By TOM DIDDEL - The AWOL Institute is a Missoula non-profit organization in its first year that takes girls ages 10 to 18 on a week-long overnight outdoor adventure.... more

Homeword Aims to Change the Image of Affordable Housing

By ANDREW FISHER - Homeword, a Missoula non-profit, wants to change the image of affordable housing by creating sustainable, community-oriented buildings.... more

2011 Missoula Festival of Trees

Mountain Home Montana's annual Missoula Festival of Trees is one of the merriest ways for the whole family to put the Christmas season in full swing. Festivities begin on December 1.... more

Creating Art and Literature at Missoula’s Poverello Center

By DEBBIE SAYLOR of the Poverello Center - Clients of the Poverello Center and members of the Missoula homeless community recently produced the first issue of “30 Days In,” a literary and art magazine that ... more

A Salute to Our Troops from The United States of Hope

By SAMUEL PASCAL REDFERN - This Veterans' Day, we honor our Veterans for serving our country in uniform. Despite all the challenges we face have much to be grateful for. Enjoy your Veterans’ Day!... more

Holiday Giving Get-Togethers

By JESSICA ALLRED - In this season of dinner parties and gift exchanges, here are a few fun and engaging ideas on how you can make a big difference for the Missoula Food Bank.... more

Missoula Food Bank: There is No Spoon

By JESSICA ALLRED - Hidden away, tucked in a corner of the parking lot behind Missoula Food Bank, a man sat, opened a container of yogurt, and hesitated. Looking over the white tub decorated by strawberries, he... more