SIGN: Letter to Idaho’s Congressional Delegation

April 20, 2020

SIGN: Letter to Idaho’s Congressional Delegation

The Idaho Nonprofit Center called for additional support for Idaho’s nonprofits regarding phase four COVID relief bill that will be discussed starting this week:

“As a part of our mission to educate, advocate and collaborate in support of stronger nonprofits, the Idaho Nonprofit Center will be sending letters to Senator Mike Crapo, Senator Jim Risch, Congressman Russ Fulcher and Congressman Mike Simpson with the following information.  

We are collecting support for and from Idaho’s nonprofits on the following topics for the phase four COVID relief bill that will be discussed starting this week:

  1. Expand access to credit (increase eligibility and support a dedicated funding stream for EIDL & PPP programs)
  2. Bolster charitable giving incentives (increasing the $300 cap and extending it beyond 2020)
  3. Protecting self-insured nonprofits (providing funding to cover 100% of the cost of these organization’s unemployment claims)
  4. Support nonprofit service providers (increasing emergency funding to all levels of our state)

If you would like to add your name, organization, and location to the letter please read through this letter and enter the information requested at the end. We will close the form on Wednesday, April 22 at 5 pm MT and send the letter by the end of the day.

We also encourage you to share this opportunity with fellow nonprofits in your community to ensure they have an opportunity to join in signing onto our letter.  

The Idaho Nonprofit Center serves as the voice for the sector, but your voice can be added to ours helping us to amplify our message. Nonprofits can and should use this opportunity to advocate on your own behalf.

We are stronger together”


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