If you are an INC member or a business affiliate we would love for you to share your quick story and we will feature you and your organization in feature INC communications.
PRIs can be a powerful tool to support foundation and nonprofit missions, but they only fit some projects. Understanding their value and uses can be useful for both foundations and nonprofits.
“We wish the public knew how important our work is, how solving the community cat overpopulation should concern us all, and how necessary it is for every pet owner to spay or neuter their pets.” - Susan Hamilton, Happy Jack Cats, Inc.
The Idaho Nonprofit Center members receive 10% off all Spark the Fire Grantwriting courses. That’s $50 off the Certificate in Grantwriting Course!
Our communities are safer because of volunteers. Our society is more equitable because of volunteers. Our nation is healthier because of volunteers and here’s the data to prove it.
The Idaho Nonprofit Center is looking for marketing and communication professionals, social media gurus, and digital marketing experts to come speak at our Marketing & Communication Training Series (July 6 - 8).
Learn the characteristic differences between each generation. Develop your events to target audiences and segment your appeals to speak the language of your donors.
So you’ve managed to make your first visit with an important major gift prospect. What next? How do you manage to grow her interest in your cause? What’s your excuse for visiting with her again?
The journey toward organizational inclusion doesn't have a destination, yet this discussion will help you with frameworks, strategies to employ and explain common pitfalls to avoid along the way.
Classy has compiled their most popular guides and fan favorites of all time for fundraisers, marketers, and leaders for you to bookmark and refer back to these valuable resources.
In a follow-up session from her Regional Conference workshop, Kathy will provide tools and techniques, answer your tough questions and you'll engage with your nonprofit peers to find answers to your organizational challenges.
We are seeing new strategies emerging. And many time-tested strategies we’ve deployed for years are now enhanced – and are far more effective – using today’s new technologies.
“It’s not enough for nonprofits to want to diversify. It’s not even enough to invite people in an attempt to include them. People of diverse backgrounds have to be comfortable walking through the door.” - Front Range Source
“Systemic racism affects every area of life in the US. From incarceration rates to predatory loans, and trying to solve these problems requires changes in major parts of our system.” Act TV
“Ultimately though, normalizing the practice of sharing or asking about pronouns helps build a more supportive and inclusive environment for intersex, transgender and non-binary people. It lets those folks know that you see them and respect who they are.” CNN
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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.
The Women's Sports Foundation Move Together Grant
The Women’s Sports Foundation Move Together grant is accepting applications from programs providing access to sport, fitness or movement-based programming as a primary focus, serving girls or women.
Grants up to $10,000 will be awarded. Funds can be used for staff, facility rental, equipment, uniforms and supplies.
U.S. Department of Agriculture Distance Learning & Telemedicine Program Grant
The grant is accepting applications from state and local governmental entities, federally recognized tribes, nonprofits and for-profit organizations, that provide educational and medical services through telecommunication to rural areas.
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