Nonprofit Navigator 2/22/2022
Local Foundation Awards over $350,000 in Grant Funds
Caldwell based foundation, The Whittenberger Foundation awarded funds to 56 charitable and educational organizations throughout Idaho focusing on the well-being of children and families.
Idaho Nonprofit Regional Conference Speakers Announced!
Check out our amazing lineup of speakers and come connect with your nonprofit community as we focus on Building Up Trust.
Foundant Technologies Introducing: NonprofitCore
“Focused on and built for nonprofits, NonprofitCore is a natural evolution of Foundant’s commitment to make philanthropy easier.”
Call for DEIJ Speakers!
We’re hosting our annual DEIJ webinar series in April. If you are interested in being a speaker, please complete this form or share with your network.
It's Not Too Late! Join Our Grant Writing Series
Still want to join the class? Sign up now and receive the recordings from the sessions you missed! You’ll unlock the fundamentals and skills to proper grant writing, designed for all grant writer expertise levels.
Work U Program Deadline Feb. 25
It's not too late! Hire an intern or mentor a Work U Student. Please contact: Hank Ebert, (208) 426-5415 or email@example.com. Deadline for submitting Work U opportunities for fall 2022 is February 25, 2022.
Charities Lobbying to Restore Expanded Tax Deduction for Giving
“Nonprofits are urging lawmakers to restore more generous tax breaks for charitable giving as they consider a fresh round of pandemic aid with the omicron variant caseload still at worrying levels.”
Apply for the Harris Community Partnership Award
In need of pro-bono accounting services? All existing or startup nonprofit organizations throughout Idaho are encouraged to apply by March 31.
New Idaho Compensation Report Out Now!
INC members receive many benefits, including access to the updated 2022 report that features Idaho nonprofit wages and benefit trends, a $300 value, for free. Not a member? Join here.
Nonprofit Wanted for Local Artist Donation!
Have an upcoming fundraising event? Local artist, Jason Henry is interested in donating custom glass and mirror etchings to help support his community. Contact him via email, text or phone (425) 530-6606 for more information.
The DBA is Looking for Treasure Valley NPOs to Feature
Interested in hosting a pop-up at a downtown business? Reach out to your partners and plan your pop-up together and come celebrate Idaho Gives with us on May 5!
LIVE Webinar with Q&A to Help Prepare You for 2022
Learn everything you need to know about Idaho Gives and the features available to make your organization as successful as possible. Q&A after, highlighting the resources available to make getting ready for Idaho Gives a breeze!
Want to Be Your Community's Media Contact?
Help us communicate important Idaho Gives announcements by becoming a Regional Liaison for your community. Serve as a local expert and ensure your community is prepared and informed on all things Idaho Gives.
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.
“We found that, on average, the endowments of organizations led by people of color were nearly four times smaller than those of white-led organizations,” Isom told Devex.
Wanted: Statewide Conference Committee Members!
Join our Conference committee and support The Center to help us promote and plan the fine details to our annual Statewide Conference. Monthly meetings held (March-September).
Highlight You and Your Organization!
We would love to hear from all our passionate members and business affiliates to feature you and your nonprofit in future INC communications.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to learn how to post your own nonprofit job opening.
Community Mediation Efforts Funded
The JAMS Foundation/NAFCM Mini-Grant Program supports the development of innovative and effective programs that can be replicated by community mediation centers nationwide and serve as a pathway to their sustainability and growth.
Support for Adaptive Housing for Veterans
The Specially Adapted Housing Assistive Technology Grant Program encourages the development of new assistive technologies for specially adapted housing. Examples of emerging technologies that could improve home adaptations or enhance a veteran's or service member's ability to live independently include voice-recognition and voice-command operations, living environment controls, and adaptive feeding equipment.
Funds Help Small Healthcare Providers
The Small Healthcare Provider Quality Improvement Program supports the planning and implementation of quality improvement activities for rural primary care providers or providers of healthcare services, such as critical access hospitals, rural health clinics, or a network of rural health providers.
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