Nonprofit Navigator 11/15/2021
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ED Network November Topic: Moving Forward Into 2022
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.
Navigating COVID-19 Vaccine Webinar
When: Tue. Nov. 30 @ 12 - 1pm MT
Join us for a panel discussion on the latest regulations around the federal COVID-19 vaccination mandate and what it means for your unique nonprofit.
Survey on Nonprofit Workforce Shortage
Please share your nonprofit’s experience in this quick survey on nonprofit workforce shortage so we can learn more about the scope of the issue and try to find solutions.
Nonprofit Night with the Steelheads
Celebrate Idaho Nonprofit Awareness Month with a night out with the Idaho Steelheads Nov. 27! $5 of every ticket goes directly back to support the Idaho Nonprofit Center!
OSHA Emergency Temporary Standard
An Emergency Temporary Standard was made public concerning vaccination and testing requirements for larger employees.
CARES Act Employee Retention Credits for Nonprofit Employers
Nonprofits can access and take advantage of the Employee Retention Tax Credit Program (ERTC) which allows nonprofits who qualify due to lost revenue during the pandemic.
Overcoming Division Through Unity
Kevin Bailey, CEO of the Idaho Nonprofit Center, led a 30-minute discussion on the importance of collaboration between nonprofits and businesses.
Member Highlight: Project FARE
“We are the little engine that could. We have such an amazing group of journalists, volunteers and board members that make this work feel truly special.” - Katie Baker, Project FARE
Enter to Win! NIA Photo Contest
Big cash prizes are up for grabs in NIA’s photo contest which runs through the month of November. Submit a photo of how your nonprofit is making a difference in your community.
Donate To Our Upcoming Online Auction!
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).
Leadership Boise Service Project
The Bose Metro Chamber’s Leadership Boise program is looking for a nonprofit organization to help for their annual service project on Saturday, April 23rd. Submit your suggestions by Friday, December 17th.
It's Our 20th Anniversary!
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.
Join Our CEO at the Nampa Chamber Breakfast!
When: Dec. 9th @ 7:30am - 8am at the Hampton Inn & Suites
Spotlighting our local nonprofits and their important contributions to our great community.
Business Affiliate Highlight: Big Leap Creative
“We help purpose-driven teams be more effective at storytelling to achieve their mission.” - Lisa Gerber, Big Leap Creative
Are You an INC Member or Business Affiliate?
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.
“My commitments are flawed and include many mistakes. I don’t expect you to unpack any of this flawlessly either. But we dust ourselves off, and keep trying, learning, leading, and working for anti-oppression.” - Deanna Rolffs
“Currently, the professional practice of children’s rights relies on legal and programmatic interventions to safeguard the rights of children, grounding its work in best practices, conventions, treaties, and laws. Such interventions are, at their core, tools of the powerful. They are adopted by, shaped by, and ultimately dependent upon those who already hold the political, cultural, and legal power to enforce them, often against those with the least political power.” - Nonprofit Quarterly
Youth-led Community Service Grant
The Karma for Cara Foundation has opened applications for its micro-grant program. Through the program, micro-grants of up to $1,000 will be awarded to students 18 years of age and under, in support of projects that benefit their communities.
Support for Recovery Programs for Veterans
The Disabled Veterans National Foundation provides critically needed support to disabled and at-risk veterans who leave the military wounded, physically or psychologically, after defending our safety and our freedom. The Foundation's Capacity Building Grants program is intended for nonprofit organizations throughout the country that offer support to veterans and disabled veterans alike.
National Endowment for the Arts Big Read Program
The NEA Big Read is a community engagement opportunity with grants of up to $20,000 for community-wide reading programs (in-person and/or virtual). Eligible organizations include arts organizations, humanities councils, community service organizations, institutions of higher education, libraries, literary centers, school districts, theater companies, museums, tribal governments, and more.
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