Amy Little, director of the Idaho Nonprofit Center, drops the puck in ceremonial fashion at a recent Idaho Steelheads game where a share of ticket sales went to the center.
Amy Little, director of the Idaho Nonprofit Center, drops the puck in ceremonial fashion at a recent Idaho Steelheads game where a share of ticket sales went to the center. Nate McIntyre/Idaho Steelheads
Amy Little, director of the Idaho Nonprofit Center, drops the puck in ceremonial fashion at a recent Idaho Steelheads game where a share of ticket sales went to the center. Nate McIntyre/Idaho Steelheads

Idaho Nonprofit Center’s new leader seeks to boost impact outside Treasure Valley

December 16, 2016 11:06 PM

UPDATED December 30, 2016 07:07 PM

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