Idaho Community Foundationlast updated: July 2015

Since 1988, ICF has been in Idaho working with generous people who want to give to trusted, deserving organizations. With local staff, four offices throughout the state (Boise, Coeur d’Alene, Idaho Falls, Twin Falls), and grant opportunities for each of Idaho’s 44 counties, we know our communities. A gift through ICF lasts forever. Let us show you how.

For Idaho’s charitable individuals and families, ICF provides a wide variety of fully tax-deductible options to support a cherished cause, community or organization now and forever. ICF is the only statewide nonprofit that invests the funds it receives to provide a brighter future for Idahoans tomorrow and forever. 

For Idaho’s nonprofits, ICF provides a source of local knowledge about the critical issues they face, and can connect them to donors and partners who can help. ICF also provides a streamlined grant process that offers financial support of nonprofit projects and initiatives through the generosity of our fund creators.

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Coeur d'Alene Office
PO Box 2604
Coeur d’Alene, ID 83816
Telephone: (208) 699-4249

Idaho Falls Office
490 Memorial Drive
Idaho Falls, ID 83405
Telephone:(208) 982-1448

Twin Falls Office
PO Box 6059
Twin Falls ID  83303
Telephone: (208) 982-1885

Contact Idaho Community Foundation

Contact Idaho Community Foundation

Robert Hoover
President & CEO
210 West State Street
Boise, Idaho  83702
Phone: (208) 342-3535
Toll Free: (800) 657-5357
Fax: (208) 342-3577


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