The purpose of this Fund is to create a reserve to be used, if necessary, to guarantee bank loans to individuals who are in need of borrowing money to purchase assistive technology devices from the disabled for themselves, family members, or others in their care. The Idaho Assistive Technology Project (IATP) at the University of Idaho shall administer the program for the University.
a. This Fund was created by the Hispanic Youth Symposium Alumni Association (HYSAA) to support their mission to inspire and guide the development of talented Latino and other under-represented students into well-prepared, effective and confident civic-minded leaders by providing events, activities and a sustained reinforcement of this cultural expectation. The HYSAA brokers community talent and family involvement to provide the necessary environment for holistic and sustainable success.
The Women's Gift Alliance was created to expand the number of women involved in directed and informed philanthropy in North Idaho and the surrounding area and to demonstrate the significance a group of investors can have in bringing positive change to our communities. $500 of a members's annual dues are pooled in the Women's Gift Alliance Fund and are distributed through a gift silicitation and selection process. $250 is availble for the member to designate to nonprofit charities of her choice throught the Women's Gift Alliance Member's Fund, and $50 of the dues support the operations of the organization.