“Essentials of Development was exceptional. Learning from my peers and experiencing the journey together gave us extremely useful tools that will not sit on a shelf unused!” – Participant of the 2021 Graduating Class. Please complete the interest form by November 1.
“More than 60% of respondents noted that federal stimulus checks, small-business support, unemployment benefits, and rent relief were critically important for the people and communities they serve.”
Join us to honor and celebrate all the amazing statewide philanthropic work of nonprofit organizations, individuals, foundations, media outlets, and businesses nominated by their peers.
Our next Boot Camp, in conjunction with the CDA Chamber, will cover board roles, tasks, and what is and isn’t the board of directors’ responsibility. Join us and speaker, Kari Anderson!
The National Council of Nonprofits is conducting a survey to understand more about the labor shortage and how it is affecting nonprofits across the country. The survey takes less than 5 minutes to complete.
The open enrollment period for health insurance starts November 1. Your Health Idaho offers enhanced subsidies that can significantly lower monthly premium payments.
When: Series Begins Nov. 17 3 - 4 pm MT
Join Jessica Sotelo for this highly interactive 3-part series and explore skills and tools to get your nonprofit set into the new year.
"The Mentoring Network was formed in 1999 by four counselors from four school districts that wanted to change the trend they were seeing of kids dropping out of school at younger and younger ages.” - Donna Shines, The Mentoring Network Inc.
Help VolunteerPro gather current stats on how the COVID-19 pandemic has changed how we do business. You can help by filling out the survey.
The Idaho Nonprofit Center will be hosting their second online auction! We are currently seeking auction Items and we would love your help! If your nonprofit is interested in donating tickets, basket items, event vouchers, etc. please contact Evin Bask (firstname.lastname@example.org).
“If a family feels like they have a need, then we supply a meal,” said Hirsch, who also serves as Lasagna Love’s outreach leader for Georgia and Mississippi. “There’s no questions asked, no judgements made.”
2021 is a big year for the Idaho Nonprofit Center. Join us December 9th as we celebrate in-person and virtually the impact the nonprofit sector has had over the last 20 years.
Do you know a woman in Eastern Idaho who deserves recognition for her contributions to our community? Nominate the women who make a difference. Awards ceremony takes place December 8.
“Having adequate coverage can allow the organization to not have to choose between defending a claim or providing services to clients.” - Dawn Sharon, Berkley Select
We would love to hear from all our passionate members and business affiliates to feature you and your nonprofit in future INC communications.
We’re calling on the nonprofit sector in Idaho to join us in learning and/or sharing how we can address diversity, equity, and inclusion, together.
“The default development strategy feels exploitative of communities of color and/or obscures the role that systemic racism plays in shaping the problems nonprofits are set up to address.”
- Nonprofit Quarterly
“The dearth of Black, Indigenous, and people of color in executive positions feels especially problematic in a field like community economic development, given that so many community development organizations work in communities of color.” - Nonprofit Quarterly
Homeless Veteran Assistance
The VA Homeless Providers Grant and Per Diem Program provides funding for eligible entities to provide transitional housing beds or service centers for veterans who are homeless or at risk for becoming homeless.
Applications for FUNDSY's 2022-2024 Now Open
FUNDSY raises money for a selected nonprofit on a two-year cycle through the proceeds from the live auction at the FUNDSY Gala, ticket sales from that event, and the biennial FUNDSY Golf Tournament.
Healthcare Workers Brave of Heart Fund
The program will provide funds to eligible family members of frontline healthcare workers and healthcare volunteers who lost their lives because of COVID-19.
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