The Vision, Values & Goals of Wells Fargo details the enduring principles that guide all Wells Fargo team members in the work they do every day — in serving customers and helping each other. Wells Fargo has 70 bank locations in Idaho. Click here for locations and cities.
We want to satisfy our customers’ financial needs and help them succeed financially.
This unites us around a simple premise: Customers can be better served when they have a relationship with a trusted provider that knows them well, provides reliable guidance, and can serve their full range of financial needs.
Preparing for Strategic Planning
Planning is bringing the future into the present so that you can do something about it now.” - Alan Lakein, writer
I love this quote. It absolutely gets to the heart of why strategic planning is so important for any nonprofit organization. In almost every aspect of our lives we run through a similar process: envision, plan, then execute. Followed by: evaluate, readjust, and continue.
Having a plan for your nonprofit is critical for success. It’s your roadmap for how you are going to get to where you want to be. Without that map, you may end up someplace completely different than you thought, or nowhere at all.
I have been involved in nonprofit organizations for several years in a variety of capacities. Some of them had strategic plans, some didn’t. I can say with confidence that this isn’t always something we think about. We’re here to serve. To help. To support. To make the community a better place.
Often times we’re entrenched in the “right now” and don’t have the luxury to think about the “what’s next?”
But I’m here to tell you: find the time. Make the time.
Writing Grants for the Common Good
The Idaho Nonprofit Center and nonprofits, houses of worship, and foundations across the state are steadfast in our support of the Johnson Amendment, the longstanding provision of federal tax law that prohibits candidates for public office and donors from attempting to politicize our organizations by asking for endorsements and other forms of campaign support.
That law is at risk this month, and Congressman Simpson is in a key position to protect nonprofit nonpartisanship. We’re asking for your help in urging him to stand with the nonprofit community by delivering this message:
You can contact him here:
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