Nonprofit Story Tour in Montana - Nonprofit Storytelling Conference

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Learn how a small nonprofit uses storytelling to connect with donors and advance their mission.

In today's video we visit Kalispell, Montana - gateway to Glacier National Park.  

You'll meet Catherine Gunderson from the Center for Restorative Youth Justice.

Catherine shares some of the valuable insights she's learned over the years.  You'll also discover some of the questions she uses to engage folks in the community and connect with them on a deeper level.

In the second half of the video, Catherine and I go for a bus ride where she tells me about their main fundraising event they do each year and why it's so powerful.  I wished we could've stayed longer and gone to the event in person.

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