Idaho Nonprofit Leader Says Coronavirus Will Cause Some Organizations To Close
Every year, the “Idaho Gives Day” showcases dozens of Idaho non-profits and encourages people to donate to keep them alive. This year, the one-day event has been expanded to two weeks to try to help nonprofits during the coronavirus pandemic.
Boise State Public Radio’s George Prentice sat down with Amy Little, the president and CEO of the Idaho Nonprofit Center, who says the pandemic will cause many Idaho non-profits to disappear.
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