A nonprofit compensation report is one of our most frequently requested items the Center receives. This is an important tool for organizations to help benchmark hiring/salary practices and helps us direct our advocacy efforts.
In the past, there has not been enough data to accurately represent the Idaho nonprofit sector. This year we need your help!
This spring, we will conduct a full compensation survey. To ensure that our questions are relevant to YOU, please complete this 2-4 minute pre-survey to shorten the entire process.
We know your time is valuable and appreciate your participation! Thank you so much!
Please Complete by March 16
The Lewiston Civic Theatre has been bringing the arts to the Lewiston-Clarkston Valley since 1964. They hold a variety of different programs from workshops and classes, to annual shows and events. Acting Out, a youth company that gives children a safe environment to “experience and learn the theatrical arts” is also a program they offer.
“It is so great to see more children developing life skills through their involvement in the performing arts,” says Executive Director, Nancy McIntosh.
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First Interstate Bank is a community banking organization headquartered in Billings, Montana. Since 1968, First Interstate has grown from a single bank to more than 120 locations throughout Montana, Wyoming, South Dakota, Idaho, Oregon, and Washington.
When First Interstate founder, Homer Scott, Sr., first purchased Bank of Commerce in Sheridan, Wyoming, he envisioned an exemplary bank with roots that would grow deep in the community. For Homer, the formula was simple: take the best possible care of your customers, your employees, and the place you call home. Leading his bank with disciplined business practices and a long-term perspective, Homer watched the company’s roots strengthen. Time passed, the company grew, and a new name was established, yet the values Homer instilled stayed the same.
“Idaho Gives is so much fun. One of the most fun and most easy ways to fundraise. I really get a kick out of seeing the [leaderboards] and all the other Idaho Nonprofits,” said Pocatello Free Clinic Executive Director, Kristina Pasquella-Jordan. The Pocatello Free Clinic is a health clinic that addresses vital community health needs to community members, no matter if they are able to pay or not.
Pasquella-Jordan and team started spreading the word for Idaho Gives a month in advance, and continued promoting their nonprofit leading up to the event. “Board members and employees were encouraged to share the link with 5 friends and 5 family members and for each individual who raised a large amount was recognized for outstanding advocacy in the community.” They also advertised over “social media, newspaper, posters, and the local KISU radio station and events calendar.”
Love Them Or Lose Them - Donor Retention
Join us to learn about donor relations/retention and special events. This training includes how to plan and execute a special event that on average, more than doubles what you raised the prior year, and how to convert attendees into annual and repeat donors.
Welcome to our second Legislative Watch of the 2018 session. If you missed our last newsletter, make sure to take a look at the proposed state bills we are tracking.
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