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Local Nonprofit Networks
Across Idaho, nonprofit leaders are gathering locally to share information, network with one another, and learn new skills. Some groups are more formal than others. The Idaho Nonprofit Center encourages you to connect with local networks if one exists in your community. Are you interested in forming a group in your area? Contact email@example.com so we can connect you with others in your area interested in joining.
Serving Eastern Idaho
Usually second Friday of each month at 9 am, (no meeting in August), locations vary depending on which nonprofit is hosting the meeting. General purpose for meeting: Discuss ways to improve nonprofit practices in fundraising, marketing, Board development, special events, Idaho Gives, etc. To join distribution list, send your email address to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Serving North Idaho
Third Friday of every month at 9am at The Salvation Army Kroc Center (1765 W Golf Course Rd, Coeur d'Alene, ID 83815). General purpose for meeting: An upbeat monthly meeting where local nonprofits network, collaborate and learn about opportunities to strengthen their organization. Just email email@example.com to be added to email list. For the 2017 schedule, please click here.
Moscow Nonprofit Roundtable
Serving North Idaho
First Tuesday of each month at 9am in the Fiske Room of the 1912 Center (412 E 3rd St, Moscow, ID 83843). Each month a guest speaker shares information about local resources, teaches best practices, or answers questions folks may have on a subject. Past topics have included how to manage volunteers effectively, how to inspire engagement from board members, and the benefits of creating an endowment. For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Palouse Nonprofit Network
Serving North Idaho
Just over the Idaho Washington border, in Pullman, WA for networking, workshops, and much more! The Palouse Nonprofit Network is a program of Washington Nonprofits. Please click here or email Nancy Bacon, email@example.com, to learn more.
Serving Treasure Valley and beyond
Third Wednesday of every other month from 8:00 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. at the Chamber – 250 S. 5th Street, Suite 300, Boise. Since the dates can sometimes change, it’s best to be added to our email distribution list to receive updates about meeting times. General purpose for meeting: to convene nonprofit members to share best practices, network, and provide input on Chamber programs and services geared toward nonprofit members. Email ppassmore@Boisechamber.org to be added to the contact list.
*must be Boise Metro Chamber member to attend
SWIDOVS—SouthWest Idaho Directors of Volunteer Services
Serving Boise and the Treasure Valley
SWIDOVS is a nonprofit, membership organization where volunteer management professionals in Southwest Idaho work together to become great leaders and effective employees. At our regular monthly meetings (except June, July, and December), we share expertise, concerns, solutions, new program ideas, conference materials, and anything else that pops up in our round table discussions and are open to everyone. We meet the 3rd Thursday of each month from 8:30 am-10:00 am.
United Way of Treasure Valley
Serving Ada and Canyon counties
Canyon County Hub meetings are held the second Monday of each month from 2 until 4 p.m. and hosted by various organizations in Canyon County. This is done so we become more aware of the wonderful work that is being done in Canyon County in serving our citizens. United Way of Treasure Valley facilitates these meetings with the goal of bringing people together to create a healthy and thriving community collectively. There are close to 300 folks on the distribution list. You are very welcome to attend these meetings.
Ada County Hub meetings are held the fourth Tuesday of each month from 2 until 3:30 p.m. and hosted by various organizations in Ada County. This is a done so we become more aware of the wonderful work being done in Ada County in serving our citizens. United Way of Treasure Valley facilities these meetings with the goal of bringing people together to create a healthy and thriving community collectively. This is a newly formed hub and there are about 65 folks on the distribution list. You are very welcome to attend these meetings.