Idaho 501(c)(3) Lookup

With more than 9,000 nonprofit organizations in Idaho, the state’s nonprofits most commonly focus on religious or educational missions. St. Luke’s Regional Medical Center, Saint Alphonsus Regional Medical Center, and St. Luke’s Health System are among the largest 501c3 nonprofits in the state.

Interested in finding which organizations in Idaho are 501c3s? Use our nonprofit lookup tool to search nonprofit organizations and see if the charity you are looking for has 501c3 status.

501c3 organizations are nonprofit corporations that meet specific IRS criteria. Donations to a 501c3 are usually tax-exempt. Use our 501c3 lookup table to find out whether or not an organization has 501c3 status.

501(c)(3) Lookup for Idaho

Idaho Nonprofits

Idaho’s many nonprofits address a range of issues, such as substance abuse, youth counseling, and suicide prevention. Listed below are three nonprofits operating within the state that focus on one of those topics.

Idaho Meth Project

The use of methamphetamine in Idaho is above the national average, leading to addiction and health complications among users. The Idaho Meth Project (now joined with the nationwide Meth Project) seeks to arm Idaho residents — especially teenagers — with information about the dangers associated with meth use. In the last five years, meth addiction in the state dropped by around 10% with a significant decrease among teenagers. With its free resources and programs, the Idaho Meth Project works diligently to help end meth addiction.

First Tee – Idaho

This organization aims to teach children self-empowerment techniques and build their inner strength through the game of golf. The Idaho branch of First Tee teaches conflict resolution skills to children aged seven to 18. It also provides communication and emotional support as well as a safe place for children to go when they experience difficulties in their home lives. In addition, this nonprofit helps older kids with college applications and career planning. Through First Tee, children can develop their character and find self-worth while making friends and learning how to play golf.

The Speedy Foundation

This nonprofit aims to end the stigma around mental health issues and prevent suicides by providing an open, judgement-free environment for those struggling to speak. Named after Idaho native and Olympian Jeret “Speedy” Peterson who tragically took his own life, the foundation focuses on three pillars to prevent suicide: advocate, educate, and conversate. Every year, it hosts events to spread free information about mental health and suicide. It also operates an online support system in which those suffering can receive immediate aid from a caregiver ready to listen and discuss their situation.