Idaho Gives Registration Opens Soon!
Mark your calendars! Nonprofit registration opens on January 15, 2019. Idaho Gives and other giving days find that organizations that sign up 12-15 weeks before the giving date raise the most money. Get prepared and get ready!
Prices are based on INC membership and the size of your nonprofit’s operating budget:
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Desk Space Available for Boise Area Nonprofits
The Idaho Nonprofit Center has three open cubicles for lease to local startups, emerging, or expanding nonprofits. These spaces are also open to nonprofits looking to have a presence in the Treasure Valley (currently headquartered in another community) and nonprofits who are looking for additional space in the Boise area.
Interested parties* can apply online here. Leases are a minimum of 12 months at $225 a month. Rent includes:
**membership and training supports are only available to those organizations with a budget of under $50,000 and must be a startup or a new/emerging nonprofit only.
Call for Speakers - Women's Leadership Conference
The 2nd Annual Women’s Leadership Conference in Lewiston, Idaho – Raising Our Voices, provides new perspectives on how women in the community and the workplace can effectively impact positive change through our various ways of speaking up – for ourselves and for others. This conference celebrates our strength in working collaboratively and the strength each of us has to contribute to making positive impact in our community.
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Board Training in the New Year
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Service Project in Boise Area
The Boise Chamber’s Leadership Boise program is looking for a nonprofit organization to help for their annual service project on Saturday, April 13, 2019.
They anticipate having approximately 80 volunteers. Ideally, all of them would like to work together in one location, indoors or outdoors, for about half of the day. If your organization could use the services of a group of this size on April 13th, please let Madison Warner, the Chamber’s LB program coordinator know. Additionally, if there is fundraising that would be needed to accomplish the project include that as well.
Suggestions must be submitted by Monday, January 3, 2019. The group will meet that week to consider the ideas proposed.
Deadline: Jan. 3, 2019
Save the Date!
Regional Forums are coming to your area in March! Save the date for this exciting day of training.
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Every 10 years, the U.S. Census Bureau conducts a headcount of every person residing in the nation. The next census occurs in 2020 and will determine the number of seats each state has in the U.S. House of Representatives and how $675 billion dollars are distributed to local communities. A successful census depends on strong community engagement and participation. Part of that effort are Complete Count Committees.
Complete Count Committees (CCC) are made up of a broad spectrum of leaders that are trusted voices within their communities. They organize, plan, and implement a localized campaign to promote participation in the 2020 Census. Some counties and cities have already started their initial planning, working collaboratively with the Community Planning Association of Southwestern Idaho (COMPASS).
Currently, Partnerships Specialists have been active throughout our region meeting with local governments, elected officials, and community-based organizations. They are available to provide information about the 2020 Census and training on how to form a complete count committee, providing technical guidance on upcoming census operational activities.
Nampa Board Training
This is a day-long program with a curriculum designed for the attendees to leave with a better understanding of responsibilities, roles, and tasks. Attendees of this event will be the nonprofit CEO/Executive Director and their incoming board chair.
This full-day training for established nonprofits will help create a better understanding of:
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Blue Cross of Idaho
The Blue Cross of Idaho Foundation for Health is accepting proposals for the Employee Community Giving Fund, a health-focused charitable effort powered by the Blue Cross of Idaho employees. The fund will donate more than $300,000 to Idaho-based nonprofits and organizations.
Deadline: Jan. 11, 2019
Clif Bar Family Foundation
These grants are awarded for general organizational support as well as funding for specific projects. Small grants average approximately $7,000 each.
Deadline: Feb. 1, 2019
Rocky Mountain Power Blue Sky Program Awards
Rocky Mountain Power’s community-serving customers in eastern Idaho are eligible to apply for funds to build renewable energy projects. Blue Sky community project funding comes from customers participating in the Blue Sky program and is available to help cover the capital costs of installing new renewable energy systems for non-residential, community-serving sites within the Rocky Mountain Power service area (Idaho, Utah, and Wyoming).
Volunteers Needed in Boise Area?
BB Involved stems from Boise Brewing’s original idea of “Community Supported Beer” or CSB. There will be a handle in the taproom designated for CSB batches where $1 of every pint sold will be donated to charity.
Volunteer Coordinators will work with one selected charitable organization per month to plan a volunteer event. The purpose of BB Involved is to support a nonprofit organization and give back to the community. BB Involved is a way to connect and give back without stressing brewery operations. It provides an opportunity for nonprofits to showcase their organization and receive extra help from volunteers.
Branched Roots Marketing Donation
Branched Roots is a marketing agency which creates a unique strategy for your business through an intense research discovery phase and subsequent marketing plan, guaranteeing business growth and ROI.
One nonprofit organization will be selected at random every two months. If a nonprofit is not selected after their submission is received, we ask that they re-submit an application to be considered for the next round. Services donated:
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