Today is Giving Tuesday, a day to do good. Giving Tuesday comes after Black Friday and Cyber Monday as a reminder to give back to our communities. 2020 has been difficult for everyone, Giving Tuesday reminds us, during times like this, that we need each other. Whether it’s helping a stranger, showing up for people we care about, or donating to those in need, everyone has something to give.
We are stronger together.
Here are a few Idaho non-profits, in need of your donations.
The Idaho Foodbank is an independent, donor-supported, nonprofit organization founded in 1984, and is the largest distributor of free food assistance in Idaho.
Inclusive Idaho is working to address and seek remedies for entrenched inequities in varying facets of Idaho culture and policies which manifest themselves in broad exclusionary practices that negatively and disproportionately impact members of marginalized, underrepresented, and under-served communities.
Simple Cats Adoption Center saves cats from suffering or euthanasia by practicing and promoting high standards of care and creating successful adoptions.
Idaho Human Society’s mission is to protect animals, educating humans, and making friends for life.
CATCH helps families with children get back on their feet. By providing housing first, then working with families to address their challenges, CATCH offers a new beginning which leads to self sufficiency in over 80% of participating families.
Boise Rescue Mission Ministries reaches out to the community by teaching the Word of God and providing food, shelter, clothing and opportunities to recover from homelessness for men, women and children in need.
Idaho Youth Ranch unites for Idaho’s youth by providing accessible programs and services that nurture hope, healing, and resilience.
Meridian Canine Rescue is a non-profit, no-kill canine rescue dedicated to giving homeless and owner surrendered dogs a second chance.
Boys & Girls Club‘s mission is to inspire and empower all young people, especially those who need us most, to realize their full potential as productive, responsible and caring citizens.
Non-profits like this are what makes Idaho great.