“His interest in the nonprofit sector was sparked when his mom started the first mental health and human services nonprofit in his hometown of 3,000 people in Central California 35 years ago.”
Learn more about the free resources and tools findhelpidaho.org helps residents in need get connected with the services your nonprofit provides.
Still thinking about attending your area’s Regional Conference? Register soon or your spot might be taken! We are almost at (COVID) capacity in some communities.
“In strengthening relationships, nonprofits can prompt supporters to become committed members of the cause and advocates for the organization’s long-term success.”
What are the best practices to pitch in your Idaho Gives fundraiser? Join us as we share media tips and successful storytelling strategy.
“We appreciate the timely and informative newsletters that provide useful information, updates and opportunities to learn from others.” - Austin McInerny, Be Good Foundation
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.
“To advance equity, the opinions of the people most affected must be given greater weight.” - Nonprofit AF
Struggles with diversity and inclusion has a long history and touches all organizations and communities. Join us for our 3-part DEIJ webinar series April 12 - 14. Stay tuned as more details and speaker info will be coming soon.
Interested in hosting a pop-up at a downtown business? Reach out to your partners and plan your pop-up together and come celebrate Idaho Gives with us on May 5!
“Donors contributed 8.9 percent more to nonprofits in 2021 than they did in 2020, according to a new report from fundraising technology firm Blackbaud.”
Help us communicate important Idaho Gives announcements by becoming a Regional Liaison for your community. Serve as a local expert and ensure your community is prepared and informed on all things Idaho Gives.
“While there is no single definition of leading or ‘best practices’ for nonprofit organizations, there are well-recognized ethical standards and accountability practices.”
Join our Conference committee and support The Center to help us promote and plan the fine details to our annual Statewide Conference. Monthly meetings held (March - September).
Find ways to collaborate and increase the impact of your nonprofit and the nonprofit sector. If you are interested in being a Conference speaker, please complete this form or share with your network.
We would love to hear from all our passionate members and business affiliates to feature you and your nonprofit in future INC communications. Take advantage of this wonderful member benefit.
Email email@example.com to learn how to post your own nonprofit job opening.
Grants Available to Aid Elderly Dogs
The Grey Muzzle Organization provides grants throughout the United States to nonprofit organizations for programs designed to improve the lives of at-risk senior dogs. The focus is on animal shelters, rescue groups, sanctuaries, and other nonprofit organizations whose activities include helping senior dogs.
Sun Life Team Up Against Diabetes
The Sun Life Team Up Against Diabetes grant program is dedicated to addressing the prevention of diabetes and its related complications. Grants are provided to nonprofit organizations throughout the United States and Canada that focus on the following areas: diabetes prevention, awareness, education, and care; diabetes management; recovery and support from diabetes-related complications; obesity prevention; and nutritional programs, including education, management, and awareness.
Support for Organizations Serving Military Members
Fisher House Foundation and Military Times Foundation are joining together in presenting $250,000 in grants to recognize nonprofit organizations that improve quality of life for service members, veterans, and their families. Eligible applicants to the Chairman's Award (formerly the Newman's Own Award) must be 501(c) nonprofit organizations that support active duty, reserve, or National Guard and/or veterans and their families.
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