Forever Idaho's regional grant program is a great way to connect passionate donors to community needs and achieve maximum impact. Funded through the generosity of donors who understand that needs within communities and among non-profit organizations are constantly changing, this program is based on a philosophy of community-driven and trust-based philanthropy. It distributes impact-based funding through grants awarded in four regional cycles. In addition, ICF's grant programs are funded through the generosity of donors whose funds are large enough to support a competitive process and who want to continue participating in the granting of grants. Grants and in-kind assistance are provided to U.
S. and international grassroots nonprofit organizations to advocate for disadvantaged children and youth in eligible regions. The funds are earmarked for programs and projects in the priority areas of hunger, housing, health care and education.The Idaho Nonprofit Center provides excellent training and technical assistance to charitable nonprofit organizations throughout Idaho, efficiently and effectively. Grants and in-kind support are also given to U.
nonprofit organizations US, Canada and Mexico in eligible locations to benefit local communities. Grants are awarded for projects that benefit community beautification and public recreation in southeastern Idaho, with a primary emphasis on landscaping and beautification projects. In-kind grants are also given to volunteer support to nonprofit organizations, government agencies, tribes and American schools for projects that serve low-income communities and address issues related to poverty. In-kind donations are provided to nonprofit organizations, government agencies, and public entities in the U. Department of State and Territories that are interested in receiving properties that the federal government no longer needs. The Idaho Humane Society helps more animals in the state of Idaho than any other non-profit organization dedicated to animals in the state. Grants and in-kind donations are given to U.
nonprofit organizations in eligible states for programs that improve the lives of children and families. Grants and in-kind donations are also provided to nonprofit organizations in the U. United States, Canada and internationally to support musical programming in schools and communities. Grants are also given to nonprofit organizations and U. government agencies in several states for a variety of programs that benefit local communities where the funding source operates. In-kind donations are provided to nonprofit organizations in the U.
US, Canada and international for application development projects. There is also an opportunity for individuals and organizations in the U. S., Canada, and internationally to participate in a competition to create technological solutions that stabilize health care in unstable regions around the world. Opportunity is also available for individuals and organizations in the U. S., Canada, and internationally to participate in a competition to design technological solutions for reducing carbon emissions in homes and adapting to severe climate conditions. In-kind support is given for U.
nonprofit organizations, tribes, government agencies, and community groups U. and territories for recreation and conservation projects across the country.