Idaho prides itself on limited government and champions the private sector. As a result, nonprofits are asked to provide services that our communities need to thrive and to hold up our quality of life, one of the highest in the nation. Simply put, Idaho runs on nonprofits.
This is increasingly evident across all areas. You cannot walk more than a block without encountering the impact of a nonprofit. Organizations are responsible for providing meals for seniors, protecting beautiful views, jobs for veterans, world-class musical performances, helping youth achieve their dreams, and so much more.
The mission of Silver Angels for the Elderly is to put God’s love into action by giving hope, joy and fellowship to isolated seniors. This nonprofit organization provides awareness and support to residents of eldercare facilities and their family members in Kootenai County.
Founder Diane Zell gave us an insider's look at her impactful organization.
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Finalizing your budget and fundraising strategy for next year? Have you included Idaho Gives, Avenues for Hope, or Giving Tuesday in your plans?
Intentionally including giving days within your overall goals helps create a successful campaign and increases your reach and impact.
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In August 2022, Kevin Bailey, CEO of the Idaho Nonprofit Center sat down with Tim Delaney, CEO of National Council of Nonprofits to discuss the COVID-19 fiscal cliff, conversations with funders, how the power in numbers may be the key for nonprofits to prepare for the next recession, and more.
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