Bob's Blog

June 4, 2014
Bob talks about ICFs summer activities and gives recognition to three gentlemen in Sandpoint.
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 ICF News

ICF 4th Annual Central Idaho Luncheon
August 20, 2014 @ Sun Valley Inn from 11:30-1:30 p.m.
Keynote Speaker: Jim Everett, CEO of Treasure Valley Family YMCA
Friend of the Foundation: The Purdy Family and the Riedel Family
On The Spot Grant presenters: To be announced
Tickets: $40 | Tables of 8: $300 and $400
Click Here to RSVP.

Next ICF luncheon: East Idaho Luncheon, Sept. 16 @ Residence Inn by Marriott in Idaho Falls

ICF grant cycle provides more than $164,000 in north Idaho
– The Idaho Community Foundation’s Northern Regional Competitive Grants Panel has selected 74 north Idaho nonprofit organizations to receive more than $164,000 through its annual competitive grant cycle.

Grant recipients are from Benewah, Bonner, Boundary, Clearwater, Idaho, Kootenai, Latah, Nez Perce and Shoshone counties. Click Here to view recipients.


Grant requests sought in southeast Idaho by Ifft Foundation Fund
The Ifft Foundation Fund in ICF is seeking grant requests for projects that will provide landscaping, beautification and public recreation in southeast Idaho.

Grant requests will only be considered from the following counties: Bannock, Bear Lake, Bingham, Caribou, Franklin, Oneida and Power.

Deadline for submittals is August 15.  For more information Click Here.

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, but projects must benefit Valley County.

Deadline to apply is Sept. 1. For more information Click Here.

Bistline Fund deadline is Nov. 1
The F.M., Anne G., and Beverly B. Bistline Foundation Fund in ICF is accepting applications until Nov. 1 for projects related to the arts in the southeast Idaho counties of Bannock, Bingham, Bear Lake, Caribou, Franklin, Oneida and Power. Grants may fall under two categories:

  1. Supporting arts activities that will provide entertainment or art-related education to the general public.

  2. Supporting the education, skills training, performance or display opportunities for local artists.

For more information Click Here.