Total Investment in Idaho

$2,774,296,551

BILLION

RENTAL HOUSING

$32,264,161

RENTAL ASSISTANCE

$39,999,703

GRANTS

$6,966,341

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

$430,977,409

HOMELESS SERVICES

$13,372,592

HOMEOWNERSHIP LENDING

$2,250,716,344

Employee Contribution

We are committed to helping Idaho communities and encourage employees to do the same. In addition to our corporate sponsorships, we coordinate community events on a regular basis. Our staff continually steps up to support Idahoans in need through these community service activities. This past year we raised an equivalent of 3,000 pounds of food, or 7,400 meals to support the Idaho Food Bank and other food banks throughout the state; we helped an elderly neighbor rake her yard during NeighborWorks® Boise’s annual Rake Up; collected nearly 100 toys for the Marine’s annual Toys for Tots drive; and collected several hundred basic necessities as well as cash donations to assist students in need during United Way of Treasure Valley’s annual homeless student drive.

In addition to these company coordinated events, each of our full time staff members are allowed a day of paid leave each year to volunteer at more than 50 approved community service organizations. One employee took advantage of the program by volunteering with several organizations including the Idaho Foodbank and Idaho Shakespeare Festival. “I am very grateful for IHFA’s support in allowing their employees time to take part in helping out those in need,” said Sheryl, a housing compliance auditor. “There are so many organizations that could not help the amount of people they do without the help of the community and volunteers. It is a great way to give back and help those less fortunate.”

Corporate Contribution

IHFA has contributed $2.3 million to organizations statewide in the past three years. Organizations supported by IHFA’s corporate contributions and staff volunteer efforts.

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Board of Commissioners

Idaho Housing and Finance is governed by a board of commissioners. The Idaho Governor appoints members to four-year terms and designates the chairman of the board. The board members elect a vice chairman and secretary/treasurer.

Our board provides overall policy direction in governing business activities as well as setting long-term goals for meeting Idaho’s future housing needs.

Steven R. Keen

Jeffery G. Nesset

Nancy Vannorsdel

Mark P. Dunham

Scot Ludwig

Tracy Silver