Your Gift Matters.
At the Idaho Humanities Council, we believe that lifelong learning experiences enrich our culture and ideas change the world. Since our founding as an independent nonprofit in 1973, we've pioneered programming and partnerships that share experiences and spark conversations -- drawing people together, and generating new ideas in diverse settings across the state.
The IHC is the only organization of its kind in Idaho dedicated to bringing the humanities to every Idahoan from Bonners Ferry to Preston, from Salmon to Weiser and every corner in between.
Your tax-deductible gift supports programs facilitated by IHC staff including Human Ties: Conversations That Matter, Smithsonian traveling exhibits in rural Idaho communities, annual lectures in Idaho Falls, Boise, and Coeur d’Alene, summer institutes for Idaho k-12 teachers, and other special projects. IHC does not receive support from the State of Idaho.
Help us serve more communities, more teachers, and more Idahoans. The humanities help us to fully remember that we are human and are truly connected to one another. It’s those experiences that help us to embrace life’s possibilities and strengthen meaningful ties to our communities.
Thank you for your support!
Ways to Give
Want to set up a monthly, quarterly, or annual gift? Recurring gifts to IHC as part of our GEM program are a great way to show your support throughout the year and are easy to set up through our secure online form. You can even choose which day of the month you'd like your gift to be taken out.
Prefer to set up a recurring gift with your checking account or credit card via post or over the phone? You can also call the IHC office at 208-345-5346 to set up a recurring gift. We can either send you a form to return to us via mail or take your information over the phone.
Starting in 2023, all recurring gifts will receive a special annual gift from IHC in honor of your ongoing support. More details to be announced in January as we gear up to celebrate our 50th Anniversary year!
"Engaging in the humanities awakens something inside us; it challenges our perspectives, fosters opportunities for conversation and connects us to one another. We need this now as much as ever."