Fund For Idaho Values

What Do We Do?

Fund for Idaho directs crucial dollars to local grassroots efforts for human rights and environmental integrity. Our grants give marginalized Idahoans the means to solve their own problems, change unfair policies, and build vital, healthy communities. Some of the issues we address are: human rights for all; racial justice; fair treatment of immigrants; empowering women and minorities; justice for those with mental illness and disabilities; women’s health care access; environmental education; stopping factory farms; renewable energy; and preventing environmental degradation. Join us in supporting groups that are too small, too new, or too controversial to attract other support.


How Our Grantmaking Reflects our Values

Unlike most foundations, Fund for Idaho’s grant making process relies on the wisdom and experience of both the donor community AND those engaged in the on-the-ground work to direct our grants to organizations addressing root causes of problems. By bringing social change activists (those actively working on gender equity, racial & ethnic equality and environmental protection) together as equal partners with donors to decide how we will allocate our grant funds, we assure that the grants made will be the most strategic and that our funds will have the most impact.

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