What do you want to see more or less of? Please complete this 10-15 minute survey to provide your open and honest feedback. In turn, the Idaho Nonprofit Center will use the information to better support nonprofits statewide.
National Council of Nonprofits are offering these two learning events designed to provide nonprofits with resources and information regarding the COVID vaccine, and returning to the workplace.
The pandemic has impacted our entire state. The Center will share these survey results with the nonprofit sector, media, and elected officials to start conversations about how the state of Idaho can help us all through these difficult times.
We have an important year ahead of us as we celebrate our 20th anniversary and plan for our next chapter of statewide growth and impact.
Are you looking for a new job? Does your resume need a touch up? Are you having a hard time prioritizing your job hunt? Are you thinking about making a career change?
These two financial webinars highlight and discuss internal management of financial information can be augmented through the use of technology and how to utilize the data for positive community impact.
“We wanted to make sure to stay involved in our statewide nonprofit happenings. Having someone looking out for nonprofits and keeping members up to date on things is important to us” - Jennifer Smith
The Treasury Department and Internal Revenue Service announced this week that the federal income tax filing due date for individuals for the 2020 tax year will be automatically extended from April 15, 2021, to May 17, 2021.
"So, how can you knock your peer-to-peer fundraising campaign out of the park? Keep these 10 things on your campaign checklist and you’ll be off to a fabulous start."
"Since human beings are wired for story, you'd think it would be easy for us to tell our nonprofits' stories, don't you? And that is a huge part of the problem: powerful fundraising stories are not about the nonprofit, they're about the donor!"
The Idaho Nonprofit Center is now accepting submissions to speak at our Statewide Conference, August 30 - September 1st.
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.“Death should not be the marker of when we take action,” she said. “We need to engage long before that.” - The Chronicle of Philanthropy
“Oaks, the chief equity officer in Austin, identifies another essential piece of accurate data analysis: looking at history. Knowing how government policies, programs and systems have intentionally benefitted one group over another provides context and ideally, support, for systemic change.” - Bloomberg CityLab
“March 24 was Equal Pay Day—how far on average a woman had to work this year to receive the same wage men received in 2020. Candid found that Equal Pay Day for women leading nonprofits will be June 8, 2021. That translates into female nonprofit heads working nearly half a year for free.” - Candid
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Umpqua Bank Charitable Foundation
The Umpqua Bank Charitable Foundation supports nonprofit organizations that enhance the quality of life in the communities the Bank serves in California, Idaho, Nevada, Oregon, and Washington. The Foundation provides Community Grants to eligible nonprofit organizations in the following areas: Economically Empowered Individuals, Vibrant Business Ecosystems, and Thriving Communities. Grants range from $3,000 to $10,000. The 2021 application deadlines are March 5, June 4, and September 3.
Low or No Emission Program Grant
The Federal Transit Administration (FTA) is now accepting applications for its Low or No Emission Program Grant. The program will award a total of $180 million in competitive grants in FY 2021. Funds will be awarded for the purchase of low or no-emission vehicles that use advanced technologies for transit revenue operations, including related equipment and facilities.
The Idaho Humanities Council
The IHC will be adding an additional Major Grant round for the summer of 2021. Initial applications will be due April 15th with final applications due May 17th. Please reach out to Doug Exton (firstname.lastname@example.org) with any questions.
Resilia Microgrants Program
Resilia is partnering with Blackbaud to award five $1,000 grants to nonprofits nationally. No strings attached. Fill out the quick grant application and Resilia will select five grant recipients to receive immediate cash grants to support their work.
The Laura Moore Cunningham Foundation
Each year the Foundation accepts applications from throughout the State, allowing organizations of all types to express their need. Each year those needs change, but we are consistently impressed with the good work these organizations are doing in Idaho. There are so many volunteers and community leaders throughout Idaho who make each community more successful. From after school programs and field trip bussing to providing breakthrough technologies to improve rural medicine, the Foundation has been able to aid communities throughout the State.
Shuttered Venue Operators Grant Program
The Shuttered Venue Operators Grant (SVOG) program will provide eligible organizations who've had a reduction in revenue due to the COVID-19 pandemic an opportunity to apply for up to a $10 million grant.
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