November is Idaho Nonprofit Awareness month and we couldn’t be more excited this year! Here at the Idaho Nonprofit Center we have a LOT of great things in store, with our primary focus being to raise awareness of our nonprofit sector as a whole.
Throughout this month we will be doing several things, including a Governor’s Proclamation of Idaho Nonprofit Awareness month, a nonprofit membership thank-a-thon, sharing two important research pieces about the sector including our Economic Impact Report and our State of the Sector Report (both available on our website), and 11 social media takeovers of our Idaho Nonprofit Center Facebook Page & Instagram accounts spread across the state and our nonprofit sub-sectors. (more details about this amazing opportunity can be found here).
The Twin Falls Senior Center has been serving the elderly population in Twin Falls since 1978. Our primary focus is on the aging population of Twin Falls, mostly those that are over the age of 60. Our largest commitment is to provide nutritional hot meals to homebound senior citizens along with serving senior citizens and other community members who congregate at the Senior Center. The Center promotes healthy socialization by providing activities that enhance the quality of life and the mental, emotional, and physical health of individual seniors which assists them with remaining independent in their own homes as long as possible. For our homebound clients we work diligently to serve them a hot nutritional meal, a friendly visit from our volunteers, and a daily well check to make sure they are staying healthy and nutritionally fed. The Center believes in serving the community one heart at a time.
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When it comes to public policy and advocacy, the Idaho Nonprofit Center vows to encourage and support nonprofit engagement in the public policy process at local, state and national levels; provide nonprofits effective lobbying and advocacy training and skill building opportunities; build a unified voice for the sector on matters affecting all nonprofits with which to inform and persuade decision makers; and increase respect and support for the nonprofit community among local, state and national elected officials and the Idaho public.
That being said, the Idaho Nonprofit Center’s Public Policy Committee hosted a webinar to review the Idaho Charitable Assets Protection Act with Deputy Attorney General Stephanie Guyon on October 12th.
Stephanie described the legislation and the changes that have been made as a result of public input. Attendees had the opportunity to ask questions for clarification and provide further input.
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