Inside Foundant – the Blog

Foundant Summit 2015: Great People, Coming Together to Learn

We’re still winding down from the emotional high of our recent Summit conference in Tempe, AZ. As I think back on the many factors that contributed to the success of the conference, it strikes me that it all really boils down to people connecting with other people to learn. In an age where we’re all forced to move faster and more efficiently through our personal …     Continue Reading »

Our Clients’ Support Means the World to Us

With the GLM 5.0 release a couple of weeks ago, some of its problems that needed to be worked out, and with Summit 2015 next week, things are well beyond busy at Foundant these days. To say our team is stressed would be a profound understatement. Long hours, short conversations and tight smiles are the norm this week. It has been a very “Un-Foundant”-like environment. Except …     Continue Reading »

Meet Allison Bender – Foundant’s Newest Client Services Representative

I grew up in a town in Northern Idaho called St. Maries, and was lucky enough to come to the State of Montana for college. I can thank my college experiences, working at a rafting company in Glacier National Park in the summers, for cultivating my love for the outdoors. I’ve had the wonderful opportunity to work in two completely different industries in my time …     Continue Reading »

Notes from a Young Foundation

When friends in our small town ask what I’ve been doing lately, it’s hard to know where to begin. I work for a brand-new, 60 year old foundation. The roots of the Fauquier Health Foundation stretch to the 1950s. That makes us one of the older charitable organizations in this largely rural community near the foot of Virginia’s Blue Ridge Mountains. Begun through the efforts …     Continue Reading »

Meet Heidi Balus, Foundant’s Newest Staff Accountant

Bozeman is home, but I am originally from small-town Pennsylvania – Coudersport to be exact, one Main Street and one red light. I went to Alfred State College (in another small town) and graduated with a degree in horticulture. I wanted to travel and live in a city, but I married my  husband, who promptly joined the Air Force. The horticulture degree came in handy for figuring …     Continue Reading »