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December 2015 |
Pride Foundation has awarded more than $7.5 million this year to expand opportunities and advance full equality for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) people and families throughout the Northwest, including a 23 percent increase in its community grant awards.
October 2015 | Philanthropy Northwest
Marcia Liebich speaks with Philanthropy Northwest CEO Jeff Clarke about the Don and Marcia Liebich Fund's work in Idaho and her hopes for the next generation, as part of our ongoing series of interviews with key leaders in philanthropy from across the region and around the nation. (Part 2 of 2)
October 2015 | Philanthropy Northwest
After Don Liebich retired from his successful business career at Sysco Corporation, he and his wife Marcia moved to Idaho in 2002 and became full-time philanthropists. Marcia recently spoke with Philanthropy Northwest CEO Jeff Clarke about their local and global work, as part of our ongoing series of interviews with key leaders in philanthropy from across the region and around the nation.
September 15, 2015 to September 16, 2015
All day
Boise State University

Join our friends at the Idaho Nonprofit Center for the 12th annual Idaho Statewide Nonprofit Conference, a gathering of more than 400 CEOs, senior managers, board members and volunteers from nonprofits across the state.

"This annual event is a remarkable opportunity for nonprofit leaders...

July 2015 |
Kevin Walker, Vice Chair of Board Operations | I have had the privilege of serving on Philanthropy Northwest’s board of directors since 2010, and have found it to be a remarkable leadership development experience. Our board, like the broader membership, is made up of engaged, passionate leaders who care deeply about the communities they serve. I am pleased to share that for the first time in its history, Philanthropy Northwest is seeking nominations directly from our members for board candidates to be elected this fall.
July 2015 |
Kristen Holway, Senior Manager, Learning Practice | Drought conditions have brought wildfire season early to the Pacific Northwest. With 30,000 acres engulfed in Idaho, Oregon and Washington over the weekend, and as we approach the first anniversary of the devastating Carlton Complex Fire, I'm reminded of the interdependence of the people, government and funders in our region's disaster preparedness, response and recovery — especially long-term recovery.
June 2015 | Philanthropy Northwest

Jon Stahl, Communications Director | Last week we were thrilled to welcome a capacity crowd of 70+ philanthropists, social entrepreneurs, government officials, nonprofit leaders and academics to Boise, Idaho for the second event in our 2015 Local Matters series. Here's what we talked about.