West Central Chapter

West Central

Welcome to the West Central Chapter

The Minnesota Council of Nonprofits (MCN) maintains regional offices to provide locally-based opportunities to build the sector’s capacity and strengthen its effectiveness. Through its regional presence in Moorhead and West Central Minnesota, MCN amplifies its mission by offering educational training, hosting peer-learning opportunities, and connecting nonprofits to the resources offered through MCN's statewide network.

Counties Represented: Becker, Clay, Douglas, Grant, Otter Tail, Pope, Stevens, Traverse, and Wilkin.

West Central Tribal Nation: 
White Earth

MCN works regionally with the North Dakota Association of Nonprofit Organizations. We are regional partners in the Fargo / Moorhead area. 

Upcoming West Central Region


2024 Nonprofit Finance & Sustainability Conference

Feb 27, 2024
VirtualLive & Recorded

Beginner Grantseeking

Mar 05, 2024

Doing Our Own Work: Personal and Professional Anti-Racism

Mar 14, 2024

Understanding Equitable Investing Structures for Nonprofits (In-Person)

Mar 19, 2024
St. PaulMN

Beginning Grantwriting

Mar 27, 2024

Advocacy 101: Easy and Effective

Apr 16, 2024

Contact the

West Central

For more information about MCN's West Central Chapter and how to become involved, please contact:

Jes Wysong
Membership Manager
Email Jes

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