Health Insurance Made Easy for Nonprofits
Come learn how easy it can be to put together a robust health insurance package for your employees. We’ll show you the types of health plans you can choose from, how you can incorporate vision and dental, how to get your board to buy-in, and how using a broker can save time and money.
Looking for Annual Report Inspiration?
It might be that time for your organization again! What to save on paper? What to increase engagement? Take a look at the many different ways nonprofits have been designing their annual reports.
If your nonprofit is in need of masks, the City of Nampa has you covered! They have 50,000 available. First come, first served! They will be available for pick-up at The Nampa Chamber of Commerce: 1010 11th Ave South, Suite 105, Nampa, ID 83651.
Questions: Call 208-466-4641
Equity and Public Policy
You are not being partisan when you share information about how and when to register, and how and when to safely vote.
Wish Granters and The Blessing Bike are Teaming Up!
Wish Granters will be granting Blessing Bikes to three care facilities who care for non-age-related-terminally-ill or potentially ill patients.
Staff, residence, families, and caregivers are all eligible to submit a one - three minute video that is creative, original, funny, and demonstrates how a Blessing Bike would positively impact your facility.
Deadline to enter: September 21, 2020
Questions & Submissions: Contact Dena at 425-466-3705 | email@example.com
How has COVID-19 Affected Your Nonprofit? Share your Story
The US needs nonprofits more each day and with Congress debating a relief package, government budgets are feeling the strain. To get the support we need, we must continue to communicate how vital nonprofits are to our future. In this moment, our stories matter more than ever.
By sharing our stories, it ensures that our voices are heard. They need to hear from you. Please, take a minute to share your story today.
Are You in Need of Volunteers? Let the U of I Students Help You!
Does your organization have a need for volunteers? The Students at University of Idaho are back on campus and ready to help in the community. Use the GivePulse platform to connect volunteer opportunities with student volunteers.
If you are new to GivePulse, here is a link with more information.
For more info, you can email Emma at firstname.lastname@example.org
Chat with your Peers
Let’s gather to support each other. The Idaho Nonprofit Center will be convening nonprofit professionals in regions around the state to touch base, offer support and share resources.
Small Nonprofit Shop Roundtable
This conversation is for nonprofits operated by one to three people. Small nonprofits, without staff, face similar challenges. This is a chance to come together, share resources, and support one another!
This session will be facilitated by Newton Antoniuk, Executive Director of Panucation Inc.
Email email@example.com to learn how to post your own nonprofit job opening.
Serve Idaho Announces $50,000 in Funding for Planning Grant
Idaho nonprofit, educational, community and faith-based organizations, Indian tribes and local governments are eligible to apply for federal funding through Serve Idaho, the Governor’s Commission on Service and Volunteerism. The $50,000 will be awarded to one organization to fund a planning grant on the feasibility of operating an AmeriCorps program. Interested organizations have until Sept. 17, 2020 to submit an application.
Census Grant Money Available
We understand this has been an especially challenging time for ensuring a complete count, and the shortened timeline for collecting responses has only made things more difficult. That’s why beginning August 31, LOR is offering 50 $1,000 grants to help with census efforts in rural parts of the Mountain West.
Idaho Humanities Council Grants & Research Fellowship
The Idaho Humanities Council is a non-profit organization serving as the state-based partner of the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH), dedicated to promoting public understanding and lifelong learning through literature, history, philosophy, law, anthropology, and other humanities disciplines in Idaho. Grants are awarded with funding form the National Endowment for the Humanities, with grants supporting COVID-19 exploration being funded from the NEH as part of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act economic stabilization plan.
SBA Disaster Assistance in Response to the Coronavirus
The U.S Small Business Administration is offering designated states and territories low-interest federal disaster loans for working capital to small businesses suffering substantial economic injury as a result of the Coronavirus (COVID-19).
FEMA Application for Nonprofits
All 50 states, the District of Columbia, five territories, and numerous tribes are working directly with FEMA under President Trump’s March 13, 2020, nationwide emergency declaration for COVID-19. Under this emergency declaration, and subsequent major disaster declarations, certain private non-profit (PNP) organizations are eligible to apply for funding through FEMA’s Public Assistance program. This fact sheet provides guidance for determining the eligibility of PNP applicants and work performed in accordance with the COVID-19 emergency and major disaster declarations.
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.
Rocky Mountain Power Foundation offers support for community organizations responding to COVID-19
Community organizations are facing unprecedented challenges and demand for vital services. Through Rocky Mountain Power’s charitable arm, the Rocky Mountain Power Foundation has committed $311,500 for immediate support to critical community-serving organizations in Utah, Wyoming and Idaho.
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