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Public Policy Program
Nonprofit organizations play a central role in the democratic process. We witness the effect that public policies have on our communities. Because of our special role in the community, nonprofits can serve as a bridge between policy makers and constituents.
The Idaho Nonprofit Center's Public Policy Program helps nonprofits learn how to be effective advocates and build strong relationships with local, state and federal elected officials.
UPDATED Jan. 2017: Draft Legislation Regarding Charitable Organizations and Charitable Trusts
The Office of the Attorney General’s Office has made a number of changes to the proposed legislation, the Idaho Charitable Asset Protection and Solicitation Act, related to charitable organizations and charitable trusts that they hope legislature will support during its upcoming session.
The Attorney General’s Office is seeking written comment from the Idaho Nonprofit Center, its members, and leaders across the nonprofit sector. Please click the links below to review. It is important that we hear from you.
Please send your comments to the Idaho Nonprofit Center, email@example.com, for inclusion in our comments; send your comments directly to the Attorney General’s Office, or both.