Angels Over Sandpoint
Helping a Community in Need
SERVING ALL OF BONNER COUNTY
If you are seeking rent or utilities assistance, please contact the Idaho Help Line by dialing 2-1-1.
For other assistance, contact the Sandpoint Community Resource Center at 208-920-5895.
Angels Over Sandpoint is a grass roots organization dedicated to helping a community in need.
As an all-volunteer non-profit group, we rely on generous benefactors to make our giving possible.
Since our inception in 1997, we have been able to put over 1.4 million dollars back into our community.
Angels Over Sandpoint is recognized as a non-profit 501(c)(3) public charity.
Thank you, BJ. We love and miss you.
Honoring Billie Jo Biddle
On December 31, 2019, one of our beloved members joined the Angels above to watch over our community. BJ was a long-time member of the Angels Over Sandpoint and past president. Known as a passionate teacher at the Sandpoint High School, an enthusiastic book lover, and a very positive, loving friend, she will be missed by many in our community.
Due to Covid-19, our scholarship programs had been suspended, but now, thanks to a generous gift from BJ’s estate, we are able to reinstate them. We are humbled and grateful for BJ’s loving support. Click on the link below to read about the winners of our 2020 scholarship programs.
Learn more about grant opportunities offered by the Angels Over Sandpoint. The New Direction Grant is open to individuals and the Community Grants are open to non-profit organizations. Click the links below to learn more.
New Direction Grant
A New Direction Grant is offered in honor of Amber Coffman Campbell for adults looking to make a change in their life/vocation to better their opportunities and improve their circumstances in the future. Applications are being accepted now. Click the link to learn more.
The Angels Over Sandpoint seeks to enhance the lives of the citizens of Bonner County through its support of charitable and educational institutions. Primary consideration is given to non-profit organizations involved in health, education and youth-oriented projects and services.
Grant requests are considered twice annually on March 15th and September 15th.
Click the link below to learn about the application process.
Thank you for your donation. We are so grateful for your support of our goals to engage, instruct and equip our students in the musical and performing arts.
2018 Community Grant Recipient
Second Annual Lazy A .08K Race
August 29th - MickDuff's Beer Hall
Theme: Straight Outta Quarantine
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