Early Bird Pricing Ends Wednesday!
One day conferences will be held throughout the state next month. Join us as we explore multiple subjects through a collaboration lens.
Serve Idaho Conference in Boise
Choose from more than 12 sessions led by experts in their fields. This one day conference is a great professional development opportunity for your whole team!
Please select "Idaho Nonprofit Center" when asked how you heard about the event.
Don't be Timid in Asking
"While your charity's well-reasoned argument might get me thinking, it's your ability to touch my emotions that gets me giving. That's why professional copywriters always lead with emotion in their appeals to individual donors... and then some reason; not the reverse." - Candid
Date Change - Statewide Conference in Fall
Save the NEW date! The Annual Idaho Nonprofit Center Statewide Conference has been changed to August 31 - September 2, 2020. There were additional events happening throughout Idaho that we wanted you to enjoy too! What a fortunate place to be in!
Plan Future Conferences
What does your dream nonprofit conference look like? Help decide speakers and activities for our annual conference this fall! Joining the Conference Committee includes these benefits:
Volunteers and Nonprofits
“Most nonprofits, however, are not set up to handle volunteers and do not have the personnel, plans, or policies in place to manage them. When the occasion arises and a corporate funder or a board member wants to bring employees over for a day of community service, it is not something a nonprofit can easily say “no” to. But these requests can burden overworked staff with new assignments that often take them away from other important “real” work.” - Nonprofit Quarterly
Learn more about volunteer management and more at the Serve Idaho Conference on March 4.
Board MEMBER Boot Camp
Boot camp isn’t just for chairs and presidents! At Board MEMBER Boot Camp, attendees will leave with a better understanding of their roles, tasks, responsibilities and be able to identify strategies to increase board member engagement.
Advocating for your Mission and Collaboration
Navigating advocacy can seem daunting but as a nonprofit it may be needed to help move your mission forward.
Example: The Idaho Walk Bike Alliance and the Boise Bicycle Project teamed up to support important legislation that would impact their missions. Read more about how they communicated to their network here.
North Idaho Area: 'Yes, and...' Cha-Ching!
Washington Nonprofits: This fun and interactive workshop will give you tools and techniques to tell the story of your organization and the impact of your work and mission in a new way! Borrowing techniques from improv-comedy, this workshop will help you craft impact-stories "on the spot!"
Boise Area: 2020 Community Leadership Awards
The Leadership Boise Alumni Association annually recognizes four individuals and one nonprofit organization as recipients of the Community Leadership Awards. These five recipients are recognized for demonstrating outstanding leadership in the Treasure Valley community.
Shape your Future - Census 2020
The Census matters to nonprofits because of the Three D’s: Dollars, Data, and Democracy*
Statewide - Request a Training & Webinar Library
Is there a topic your organization is eager to learn about? We want to help make that happen!
Check out what we’ve already offered or request a new training.
As a statewide organization, the Idaho Nonprofit Center tries to ensure that we fulfill your training needs within your budget.
Meter Foundation Request for Grant Proposals
Formed in 2019, the Meter Foundation seeks to support nonprofit organizations by providing financial assistance and volunteers to fight the effects of poverty, promote education, and improve the quality of life in our local communities.
100 Hours Nonprofit Partnership Program
When it comes to nonprofit stories of impact, there is no shortage in our community. But we know the “sharing” of these stories can be challenging on the lean budgets that many nonprofits are accustomed to. Stoltz is here to help. Every year, Stoltz partners with one nonprofit and dedicates 100 hours of creative marketing services that align best with the organization’s needs. Throughout the partnership, Stoltz focuses on three key goals: reaching success through collaboration, providing strategic marketing solutions that help the organization grow their impact, and ensuring sustainability and manageability well into the future. The 2020 program is now open for applications.
School Violence Prevention and Mental Health Training
The Student, Teachers, and Officers Preventing (STOP) School Violence Grant Program is designed to improve school security by providing students and teachers with the tools they need to recognize, respond quickly to, and help prevent acts of violence.
Rural Development Broadband
The U.S. Department of Agriculture – Rural Development ReConnect Program offers unique federal financing and funding options in the form of loans, grants, and loan/grant combinations to facilitate broadband deployment in areas of rural America that don’t currently have sufficient access to broadband, defined by the law as 10 Mbps (megabits per second) downstream and 1 Mbps upstream.
Colorectal Cancer Screening
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Public Health and Health Systems Partnerships to Increase Colorectal Cancer Screening in Clinical Settings program provides funding for public health to partner with health systems and primary care clinics to implement evidence-based interventions (EBI) to increase colorectal cancer screening (CRC) rates among defined populations age 50-75 in communities with screening rates lower than the national, regional, or local rate.
Community Partnership AwardAre you a budding nonprofit organization in need of pro-bono accounting services?? It's time to apply for Harris CPAs Community Partnership Award!
Formerly known as the Helping Hands Grant, this program allows nonprofit organizations to apply for one-time services such as startup assistance, applying for nonprofit status with the IRS, bookkeeping and payroll setup and process improvement, consulting services, tax preparation or assistance in preparing for an audit or review. The goal of the Community Partnership Award program is to provide professional assistance and consulting on projects or problems faced by nonprofit organizations, so that these local organizations can continue to provide benefits to our community.
Homeless Veteran Assistance
The VA Homeless Providers Grant and Per Diem Program provides funding for eligible entities to provide transitional housing beds or service centers for veterans who are homeless or at risk for becoming homeless.
Hardware Grants Program
Is your nonprofit in need of technology to help meet your mission? Free Geek’s Hardware Grants program connects qualifying nonprofits with free and low-cost refurbished technology. They serve over 150 different organizations every year.
Rocky Mountain Power Blue Sky Program Awards
Rocky Mountain Power’s community-serving customers in eastern Idaho are eligible to apply for funds to build renewable energy projects. Blue Sky community project funding comes from customers participating in the Blue Sky program and is available to help cover the capital costs of installing new renewable energy systems for non-residential, community-serving sites within the Rocky Mountain Power service area (Idaho, Utah, and Wyoming).
Volunteers Needed in Boise Area?
BB Involved stems from Boise Brewing’s original idea of “Community Supported Beer” or CSB. There will be a handle in the taproom designated for CSB batches where $1 of every pint sold will be donated to charity.
Branched Roots Marketing Donation
Branched Roots is a marketing agency that creates a unique strategy for your business through an intense research discovery phase and subsequent marketing plan, guaranteeing business growth and ROI.
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