Join this Chronicle upcoming forum with a panel of forward-thinking nonprofit leaders to discuss the steps they have taken to create diverse staff and foster a culture where different perspectives are welcome.
Help INC and the Idaho Community Foundation identify how nonprofits like yours are dealing with the risks they face by filling out this brief survey.
“Our core beliefs have strengthened and we know two things for sure - 99% of kids who continue in our program graduate from high school AND 99% stay out of the juvenile justice system.” - Donna Shines, The Mentoring Network Inc.
This podcast helps nonprofit organizations that are looking to elevate their fundraising efforts with a worldwide renowned fundraising expert, Swaim Strategies.
“We have accounts specially designed to serve nonprofits. We are here to help them achieve financial success!” - Laura Smith, Idaho Central Credit Union
If you are an INC member or a business affiliate we would love for you to share your story and we will feature you and your organization in future INC communications.
The Idaho Community Foundation invites east Idaho nonprofits to an in-person, half-day to network with your colleagues and share info about grantmaking.
Join this free national webinar and learn how your nonprofit can access COVID relief funds that were recently allocated for nonprofits.
Join us August 31st through September 2 where over 300 nonprofit professionals will address critical issues and opportunities in the nonprofit sector.
Piotrowski Durand, PLLC is downsizing and has a variety of office file cabinets for pick up. Please contact Molly Garner at (208) 331-9200.
The resource serves as a practical tool for corporations to identify smaller nonprofits led by people of color, for networking purposes and potential multi-year funding. It will also represent the first census of BIPOC-led nonprofits.
Learn to use the power of framing to fine-tune each section of your grant proposal. Review the five elements of a grant proposal and how to command each.
“Black and Hispanic residents of U.S. cities are around twice as exposed as white people to the “urban heat island effect”—where paved streets and buildings absorb more heat than grass and trees would, driving the temperature up compared to surrounding areas. People living below the poverty line are 50% more exposed to the heat island effect than wealthier people.” - Time
“When people are at the intersection of race and gender inequities, that leads to worse treatment, less leeway for people to learn, grow and make mistakes, and more of a sense that people are being overlooked,” - The Washington Post
“It’s exceptionally important that the Black experience is preserved and visible upon the American landscape,” Brent Leggs, executive director of the fund, told National Geographic. “It’s important that we tell these stories that are overlooked to equitably understand what it means to be American. It’s important that we invest in historic Black communities to stimulate revitalization and to foster interest in places that today seem to exist without history.” - The Hill
Disability Inclusion Fund: 2021 Grants Opportunity
The Disability Inclusion Fund at Borealis Philanthropy is now accepting applications from organizations working to strengthen disability inclusion, rights, and justice through August 13, 2021.
Native Youth and Culture Fund Grant Opportunity
Focused on providing youth opportunities that support the perpetuation of traditional ecological knowledge, spirituality and the intergenerational transfer of knowledge systems, resulting in compassion, respect, dignity, reverence for nature, and care for each other and the Earth.
Health and Public Safety Workforce Resiliency Training Program
The purpose of this program is to plan, develop, operate or participate in health professions and nursing training activities using evidence-based or evidence-informed strategies, to reduce and address burnout, suicide, mental health conditions and substance use disorders and promote resiliency among health care students, residents, professionals, paraprofessionals, trainees, public safety officers, and employers of such individuals.
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