"While there is only so much we can control in terms of what 2022 holds, I would encourage us all as nonprofit employees and leaders to prioritize our own mental health and wellbeing as well as that of our teams and staff."
New year and new line-up of upcoming INC programs! If your member and/or nonprofit contact info has changed, please send us your updates to our info email so we ensure we have the most up-to-date contact info for you.
Join Mary Beth Harrington for this in depth webinar designed to help your board members get a crash course on what to expect and a refresher for your more experienced board members.
“A truly data-driven approach must include the stories and lived experiences of community members, especially those most impacted by the persistent racial and economic disparities.” - SSIR.org
Get ready! Idaho Gives 2022 registration opens January 15th! Idaho Gives will run for four days, from May 2 - May 5, 2022.
The fee to participate depends on the size of your organization (annual operating expense) and if you are a member of the Idaho Nonprofit Center.
Log into idahononprofits.org to access your member login and view your member number (used to sign up for Idaho Gives).
Not a member? Join here or call (208) 424-2229 if you’d like to join by phone.
"Charitable nonprofits from across the country have reported significant difficulties retaining staff and filling vacancies in the last half of 2021."
Regional Conferences are a one-day opportunity for nonprofit leaders to increase their skills and knowledge in the nonprofit sector. If you are interested in being a speaker, please complete this form by Jan. 10th.
Join us for a day of in-person learning and connection with your regional nonprofit community with many locations available for in-person or virtual attendance. 3/7: Coeur d'Alene, 3/8: Sandpoint, 3/10: Palouse, 3/14: Boise, 3/16: Twin Falls, 3/17: Eastern Idaho
We have some wonderful upcoming webinars planned to help support your nonprofit executive directors/CEOs and your board chairs create a solid plan for working together.
“In this new era, we have to ask new questions about how we bring people into our organizations. Let’s be sure it isn’t just “"jump in and see if you swim"” but rather conscious support that is more like mentoring and coaching than supervising.”
A coalition of nonprofits across the state are helping launch a one-stop platform to help residents in need get connected with the services YOUR nonprofit provides. Feel free to contact project lead Anne Wolverton from the United Way of Treasure Valley.
“LEAP’s Strategic Plan has an aggressive goal to create or preserve 1,000 affordable homes by year end 2026, which would coincide with our 10th year Housing Anniversary.” - Zeb Moers, LEAP Housing.
Interested in hiring an intern or mentoring a Work U student? Please contact: Hank Ebert, Employer Relations Representative, Boise State Career Services (208) 426-5415. Deadline for submitting Work U opportunities for fall 2022 is February 25, 2022.
These lessons provide a recipe for attaining more inner strength and stability in a frantic and frenetic world.
“We are a team of passionate women, who have combined our experiences working with nonprofits to help organizations like yours grow.” - Preeti Tikekar, Membition.
We would love to hear from all our passionate members and business affiliates to feature you and your nonprofit in future INC communications.
Title X Family Planning Services Grants Program
The Title X Family Planning Services Grants program supports comprehensive family planning and related preventive health services. The program seeks to ensure access to services for low-income or uninsured clients, including adolescent clients.
Native American Food Systems Funded
The First Nations Development Institute (First Nations) is dedicated to strengthening American Indian economies to support healthy Native communities. This funding round will provide up to seven grants of approximately $32,000 for emerging projects that focus on developing Tribal food sovereignty. Tribal governments and Native-controlled nonprofit organizations are eligible to apply.
Serve Idaho and AmeriCorps Grants Program
Serve Idaho and AmeriCorps provide funding for the following focus areas: disaster services, economic opportunity, education, environmental stewardship, healthy futures, veterans and military families.
We hope you find these resources beneficial. We welcome suggestions on how we can improve this section. Contact us at