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Idaho Gives – a program of the Idaho Nonprofit Center – is a statewide, 24-hour giving day taking place on May 2nd, 2019, and it’s all online!
Every year on one amazing day, people across our state come together for Idaho nonprofits. It’s a day to celebrate the awesome work of Idaho’s nonprofits and benefit from the power of many. Idaho comes together—be a part of it!
IdahoGives.org provides an easy-to-use platform for donors to search, support and donate to Idaho nonprofits. Check out the website for a complete list of our events statewide!
Start your day with breakfast on us, and help us make Idaho safe for women, children and families. RSVP to Bretta Walker at 208-664-9303 or email@example.com
The Coeur d’Alene Police Hockey Team has challenged to Spokane Police Hockey Team to a rematch Battle of the Badges hockey Game May 17 at Frontier Ice Arena. Puck drops at 6:30pm. Proceeds benefit the K27 Forever Memorial at McEuen Park.
The Vine Church Rummage Sale
The Vine Church, 9407 N Government Way in Hayden, will be having a rummage sale on Saturday, May 18th, from 8:00 am to 1:00 pm. Donations can be dropped off at the church anytime. 100% of the proceeds from the rummage sale will go to provide a FREE one-day VBS camp for people with special needs on Saturday, June 1st, from 10:00-12:00 at McIntire Park. www.TheVineIdaho.org. (208) 449-2080.
Limited Tickets. Buy in advance! at the Museum of North Idaho or Hayden Cinema The special Hydro History Day fundraiser will feature the Hollywood feature “MADISON” and a special documentary short film “THE ROARING GIANTS.” The showings of the two films will take place at 4 p.m. and 7 p.m. and will be preceded by an introduction of each film by members of the Hydromaniacs.
The 2005 feature film “MADISON” was directed by William Bindley and tells the story of a hydroplane driver Jim McCormick’s personal struggle to win the 1971 Gold Cup for unlimited hydroplanes with the community owned Miss Madison.
For the hydroplane fan, “MADISON” is notable because it contains authentic race footage from the 1971 Madison, Indiana race as well as action scenes of restored vintage hydroplanes currently in the collection of the Hydroplane and Raceboat Museum of Kent, Washington. “MADISON” is thought to be the only feature film ever made that is centered on professional boat racing.
The showing of “THE ROARING GIANTS” will be of particular interest to the residents of Coeur d’Alene, as it was filmed before and during the 1962 Diamond Cup unlimited hydroplane race on Lake Coeur d’Alene. The film short was independently produced and then stored away without explanation, never been shown to the public. Included in the footage are scenes of the big unlimited boats testing and racing on the lake as well as special concert footage from a performance by popular singer Jimmy Rodgers at North Idaho (Junior) College the weekend of the race.
The Museum of North Idaho will have copies of “THE ROARING GIANTS” for sale at the event, as well as a selection of the books including “Hydromania: A History of the Diamond Cup” written by local author Stephen Shepperd.
The newly reconstituted Coeur d’Alene Hydromaniacs hope to revive the fun-loving group that supported the Diamond Cup hydroplane races in the 1950s and 1960s. The organization also was involved in the Coeur d’Alene community, supporting local charities and civic events, activities that the new group hopes to renew as well.
Tickets are $15 and can be purchased at the Museum of North Idaho, Hayden Discount Cinemas, Nickel’s Worth publishing office, Angel Gallery at 5th and Sherman, and Comfort Inn and Suites on Appleway.
Save the Date for this exciting Collaborative Event!
The North Idaho Family Group (NIFG) is an Idaho 501(c)3 non profit. It is a membership and program driven group whose mission is Healthy Families and Life Long Learning. NIFG is a backbone organization that will produce the annual Family Day in the Parks event in the spirit of the former collaborative, nonprofit based, Kids Day in the Park with a greatly expanded venue, schedule of events, audience and opportunities.
The event will give families a last day of school activity that is free to the public and lasts until after dark.
Carousel, Museum, Skate Park
The event will start at noon and run until dusk.
Do you have what it takes to outrun an Idaho State Trooper? Register to run in our 5K Foot Pursuit and see if you can!
3.1 mile Fun Run & Family Walk will also be taking place.
Food Trucks, games, raffle tickets and more Finish Line fun, all benefiting North Idaho CASA.
Community 5K Fun Run to benefit HELP International’s Uganda humanitarian program. Eliza Sanders will be volunteering this summer to help the youngest Ugandans with nutrition, healthcare, and education. Proceeds from this event will go toward medical and educational supplies for the children, as well as some of Eliza’s transportation.
2nd Annual DOGFEST NORTH IDAHO – “Give a Dog a Job” benefiting Canine Companions for Independence and the mission of providing highly trained assistance dogs to people with disabilities….free of charge! Grab a leash and bring your dog, family and friends to this fun, community event and festival… all for the love of dogs! Enjoy crazy canine games, contests, dog demos, inspiring speakers, music, food and great fun! Fundraising encoura
City of Hayden along with Idaho Central Credit Union would like to invite you to the Dog Days of Summer-Fest happening at Pawfoot Dog Park on Saturday, June 22nd from 10:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. There will be bouncy houses, vendors, food and a doggie dash! All proceeds from the doggie dash go to provide additional amenities at Pawfoot Park. Please call the City
We meet the charming and innocent ladies who populate their cellar with the remains of socially and religiously “acceptable” roomers; the antics of their nephew who thinks he is Teddy Roosevelt; and the activities of the other nephew—these require no further description or amplification here. ARSENIC AND OLD LACE is a ready-made comedy hit.
CRIMES OF THE HEART (A Staged-Reading)
July 23 at 7:30 PM
The scene is Hazlehurst, Mississippi, where the three Magrath sisters have gathered to await news of the family patriarch, their grandfather, who is living out his last hours in the local hospital. In the end the play is the story of how its young characters escape the past to seize the future—but the telling is so true and touching and consistently hilarious that it will linger in the mind long after the curtain has descended.
About Fondo on the Palouse
Fondo on the Palouse showcases the rolling hills of the Palouse and its local communities. All routes begin in Moscow, Idaho before traversing through the local communities of Troy, Deary, Princeton, Potlatch, Palouse, Colfax and Pullman. Ride options range from 15 to 100 miles.
T-Jay Clevenger, founder of the Fondo on the Palouse, envisions a large event with routes for both competitive and non-competitive cyclists. The event currently has four routes to challenge all participants.
The Family Fondo is a 15 mile route beginning in Moscow Idaho and ending in Troy, Idaho.
The Latah / Chipman Fondo is an option for people who want a 50 mile bike ride but do not want to deal with traffic.
The Potlatch Fondo is a 50 mile route beginning in Moscow Idaho, passing through Troy, Deary, and Princeton Idaho ending in Potlatch, Idaho.
The Moscow Fondo is a 100 mile route beginning in Moscow Idaho, passing through Troy, Deary, Princeton and Potlatch Idaho before continuing on to Colfax and Pullman Washington. From Pullman cyclist complete the last leg of the Fondo returning to Moscow.
Fondo on the Palouse provides an opportunity to engage, entertain and support local communities, non-profits and individuals of the Palouse through the active and healthy lifestyle of touring by bicycle.
Who does the Fondo Benefit?
The Fondo on the Palouse supports the Latah Trail Foundation. The Latah Trail Foundation (LTF) was founded in the spring of 1998, by a handful of people with a vision for safe, non-motorized transportation and recreation along the former Moscow-Arrow rail line.
With a mission to preserve the historic Moscow-Arrow railroad corridor for non-motorized recreational and transportation uses for Latah County, its residents and visitors, and to provide Latah County and its communities with support to provide this physical connection to their past and open an avenue for their future.
Proceeds from the Fondo on the Palouse will help support the Latah Trail Foundation and other local non-profits. https://www.latahtrailfoundation.org/
Local non-profits also benefit from the Fondo. Each non-profit that volunteers at an aid station earns a cash donation from the Fondo on the Palouse. Last year 9 non-profits each received over $300.00.
Join us for the 7th Annual Scott Wemple Memorial Tournament benefiting CASA.
Art on the Green is a marketplace for fine arts, a performance space for a variety of talented performers and a gathering place for friends and families that is a highlight of summer in Coeur d’Alene. Over 160 artists and 500 volunteers come together to present Art on the Green for more than 25,000 people to enjoy. It is a great place to see and purchase fine art direct from the artists; paintings, photography, pottery, jewelry, clothing, metal sculpture, glass art, handcrafted works in clay, wood, leather, fiber and more. Kids of all ages can create their own special art in our Children’s Art Garden. There are free performances on two stages all weekend long and our Beer & Wine Garden enjoys shaded seating at our North Stage. We invite you to join us for tasty food, cold beverages and festival treats while you enjoy this celebration of art, creativity and friendship at Art on the Green. Please see our website for entertainment and events calendars.
Join us for an evening of some of Broadway’s most thrilling songs featuring local singers and actors. All proceeds benefit Coeur d’Alene Summer Theatre.
Bras on Dudes is a live auction and fashion show featuring decorated bras modeled by local ‘DUDES’!
Enjoy dinner, drinks, desert, live and silent auction, wine wagon raffle and more!
Plan for your cheeks to hurt! Bring your $1 bills for added fun!
All proceeds benefit local cancer charities through The Windermere Foundation. Must be 21+ to attend.
Ticket sales start July 10.
Greetings! Thank you for supporting Family Promise of North Idaho’s Charity Golf Scramble. This year’s event takes place at the Links Golf Course in Post Falls on Friday, August 23rd
All of the proceeds raised from this event will benefit Family Promise of North Idaho. Our mission is to transform the lives of homeless children and their family. We are a unique shelter as we partner with local churches who host our guest families for a week at a time. The congregational volunteers who provide meals and a private space for each family are trained in the art of hospitality and confidentiality. In this way, the community of Kootenai County becomes part of the support system to those families experiencing homelessness.
We are grateful for you and thank you in advance for investing in families in need though out our community!
Our 7th Annual Red Dress Run Charity event will be an epic pub crawl. We are planning on rolling through downtown Coeur d Alene and are reaching out to at least 7 locations to see about drink specials and such.
in addition to our pub crawl members of CDAH3 will also be hosting two other events that you are all welcome to attend. On Thursday night we will be holding a dress exchange/rental party. There will be libations on hand but you may want to byod just in case. Then on Friday night we are all wearing camo to go watch an amazing band, LDW, in Spokane. Both events are posted on this page.
Our goal will be to donate 100% of all proceeds to our chosen charity and for that reason we are only asking for a 10 dollar donation to participate. Every dollar of your donation will be given back to the charity.
Since we are focusing on raising the most money this year, you will need to bring cash for pub stops. In addition to the pub stops we will have at least one beer stop and shot stop which will be paid for by the CDAH3. We will mostly be in downtown CDA but will also hit some shiggy and the lake to cool off on a hot August day.
No swag will be available this year as we try to maximize our donation. Again, every dollar taken in will be donated. As always, we will be glad to accept as much as you are willing to give and we will solicit donations as we wind our way through beautiful Coeur d Alene.
This year our local cause will be raising money for a local teenager that was very nearly killed in a vehicle vs pedestrian accident. Nicholas Eloe is a local hockey player known to many in the community. On July 21st Nick was going to pick up something he’s been dreaming of…his first ever fishing boat. Well, he got his dream come true, however on the way home he and his dad stopped along the road side because Nick saw some debris in the middle of the road.
While attempting to retrieve the debris, he was hit by a pickup truck doing over 50 miles an hour while his dad was in the pickup truck.
His dad performed much needed first-aid at the scene but life flight was called in to transport him over 40 miles to sacred heart hospital in Spokane.
Saturday, August 24, 2019
An evening of fun and generosity supporting the Lutherhaven Fund, making camp available to ALL children regardless of ability to pay. In 2016, 63% of campers came at free or reduced cost thanks to donors like you.
Cruise boat ride to camp, live music; wine, beer, & cider tasting; meaningful program and a paddle raise to support camp, delicious buffet-style dinner.
Paddle Raise ::
After the dinner program, guests will have the opportunity to raise a paddle to make a 1 to 3 year pledge of support to the Lutherhaven Fund.
Cowboy casual with a touch of “bling!”