The MSHA foundation is a 501c(3) nonprofit foundation that was established in January 2021. It is governed by a Board of Directors that is separate from the Board of MSHA.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS:
Karen Gibson, President Anne Juel, Secretary Kristy Foss, Treasurer
The Montana Speech-Language Hearing Association's (MSHA) mission is to provide and promote education, networking, and advocacy for professionals and the public with quality and compassion. To fulfill this mission, MSHA has provided professional advocacy and educational opportunities for professionals since 1957. MSHA has awarded scholarships to support outstanding graduate students in speech-language pathology and audiology training programs in Montana, and supported community outreach, which is available to Montana residents of any age in need of monetary support for communication needs (i.e., hearing aid equipment, communication devices, education/training, etc.).
The MSHA Foundation was created to support the MSHA Mission, Vision, and Core Values, and demonstrates that we believe in the future of our professions. We believe in the potential for our students to step forward into their careers, to change people's lives with the gift of communication, and the potential of those residents receiving our services in the state of Montana. In addition, we believe in community outreach through our professional services in the State of Montana.
Please consider making a donation of any size. All major credit or debit cards are accepted. You do not need a Paypal account to donate. Donations can also be made by check made out to MSHA Foundation using the address below. Receipts for your taxes will be mailed or emailed, depending on the method of donation.
For more information on the MSHA Scholarship, please look HERE.
MSHA Foundation c/o Full Scope Management 1236 North Ave. W. Missoula, MT 59801
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