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Celebrate our 7th Annual North Idaho Luncheon
Wednesday, Oct. 5, 11:30 -1:30 p.m., The Hagadone Event Center

Meet our new President and CEO Karen Bilowith, this year's keynote speaker.
Recognize Nancy Sue and Marc Wallace of Hayden Lake as Friends of the Foundation
Help one of three local nonprofits receive an On The Spot Grant of $500

We are offering new benefits for nonprofits - discounted seats, free publicity and a chance to receive a $500 grant!

Nonprofit employee seats: $35 - Thank you to our event sponsors for helping us provide these discounted seats

Individual seats: $45

Reserved table of 8: $350 (includes table captain/company name listed in event program)

Patron table of 8: $450 (table placement in front of the room, table captain/company name listed in event program)

Nonprofit tables of 8: $280 (purchased by a nonprofit)

Nonprofits that register will be listed in the event program. Three will be chosen for a chance to receive an On The Spot Grant of $250-$500.

Final RSVP deadline is Wednesday, September 28Click here to register.





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Shelton Fund in ICF offers grants for Valley County projects

The Perc H. Shelton and Gladys A. Pospisil Shelton Foundation Advised Fund in ICF is currently accepting grant applications for projects that benefit Valley County. Organizations don’t have to be based in Valley County.

Deadline to apply is Sept. 1. Click to see guidelines or to apply.

The Shelton Fund was created in 2005 from a family foundation started by the Sheltons, who were long-time McCall residents. Distributions are made primarily to nonprofit charitable organizations and government entities, including schools.

Recommendations about which applicants will receive funding will be made by the trustees of the Shelton Foundation who are advisors to the fund. The final decision will be made by the ICF Board of Directors.

North Idaho Action Fund
The North Idaho Action Fund, a new grant cycle to support organizations and projects working to improve the accessibility and quality of behavioral health programs in Bonner and Boundary counties, is now open. Grants of $5,000 to $30,000 are available.

Deadline is September 30. For more information click here. To apply, click here.