"The rapidly transmissible omicron variant has upended plans for providing in-person service to clients in need and has again delayed returns to the office for millions of nonprofit employees who have worked remotely for nearly two years."
Help your board chairs and execs have a better understanding of their individual roles and tasks and a solid plan for all working together. January 26 or February 1
“The highest benefit for me has been the relationships created, and getting to partner with and work with some amazing humans that make the Idaho Nonprofit Center.” - Anca Trifan, Tree-Fan Events.
The grant writing process may seem daunting but we're here to help! Break down the grant writing process with the Idaho Nonprofit Center, hosted by Diane Demarest and make your proposal a standout.
Could your nonprofit use some help from highly capable students? Bronco Corps will be offering interns to Boise/Treasure Valley nonprofits. Organizations can receive an intern (paid by COBE) who can help with business, Covid-related, or other organization tasks. There are ten spots available. Apply by January 31.
"Starting a nonprofit is hard work and there are numerous steps involved as well as a cost. Plan for the funds you need to start and sustain your nonprofit and save the trouble in the long run."
Join the Idaho Nonprofit Center for a 3-part online series designed for your current and new fundraisers in mind. Break down the fundraising process and give your organization the tools needed to support its capital needs.
Idaho Gives will run from May 2 - May 5, 2022. The earlier you start planning your campaign, the more successful you’ll be. Register before March 15 to lock in Early Bird rates!
This free webinar is meant to clarify and educate nonprofits on the basics surrounding what they should know about the insurance buying process and obtaining general liability insurance coverages.
“The 990 is quite an important document that can cause some issues for your nonprofit if not prepared properly.”
This year is chalk full of many upcoming training and events. If your member and/or nonprofit contact info has changed, please send us your updates to our info email so we ensure we have the most up-to-date contact info for you.
We’re calling on the nonprofit sector in Idaho to join us in learning and/or sharing how we can address diversity, equity, and inclusion, together.
“The biggest piece that is missing is the belonging piece. Representation matters and we want to be able to provide that reflection for our community,” she said. “I want to connect small black businesses with corporations, advisors, mentors and get the business to the next step.” - KTVB
Join nonprofit leaders and connect with your regional nonprofit community! Sign up soon and pick what date works best for you! 3/7: Coeur d'Alene, 3/8: Sandpoint, 3/10: North Central Idaho, 3/14: Boise, 3/16: Twin Falls, 3/17: Eastern Idaho
“My expertise is in facilitating group workshops and retreats focused on personal development, growth, healing, and whole-person wellness. So, we have an awesome offering established but are now trying to find stable funding as well as reach our target population so that we can serve them.” - Marni Henderson, Sunrise Retreat.
We would love to hear from all our passionate members and business affiliates to feature you and your nonprofit in future INC communications.
Clif Family Foundation
The Clif Family Foundation supports nonprofit grassroots organizations that have the ability to engage local groups, positively impact their communities, and focus most of their resources on useful and positive actions. Grants are provided throughout the United States to support innovative groups working to strengthen our food system, enhance equitable community health outcomes, and safeguard our environment and natural resources.
Idaho Botanical Garden Lunaria Grant Program
The Idaho Botanical Garden is pleased to continue the Lunaria Grant Program funding horticulture-based education projects within Idaho in 2022. Established in 2012 to help cultivate horticulture and related educational projects, the Lunaria Grant supports new and exciting endeavors throughout the state.
Innovia Foundation works closely with nonprofit organizations and others throughout the region to identify and respond to a wide range of community issues and opportunities. In all cases, Innovia Foundation looks to fund solutions that will create measurable, positive change in our region.
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