SEICAA’s Handyman Services Survey

2020-05-27T21:39:57+00:00

We want to hear from you! Please take a moment to fill out the survey linked below. Your feedback helps SEICAA better understand the challenges of searching for handyman services in Southeast Idaho. Take SEICAA's Handyman Service Survey

SEICAA’s Handyman Services Survey2020-05-27T21:39:57+00:00

SEICAA Presents: The 8th Annual Urban Invasion

2020-05-06T16:45:03+00:00

Update: Considering the impact this pandemic has had (and will continue to have) on our sponsors, participants, volunteers, and staff, as well as the stages and restrictions set by the Governor’s Stay Healthy Order, the 8th Annual Urban Invasion Obstacle Challenge has been cancelled. Summertime is GAME TIME. Re/MAX and First Colony Mortgage present the 8th Annual Urban Invasion Obstacle Challenge! Pocatello’s only 5K obstacle race returns June 27, 2020. This is not a lone wolf campaign – grab three friends, come up with a team name, and register your team for a chance to take on the [...]

SEICAA Presents: The 8th Annual Urban Invasion2020-05-06T16:45:03+00:00

SEICAA Presents: The 14th Annual Driving For Dough Golf Tournament

2020-05-26T15:35:08+00:00

Update: Due to the impact the COVID-19 pandemic has had on our community, the 14th annual Driving for Dough golf tournament has been cancelled. Register Today! Everyone is driven by something. SEICAA’s Meals on Wheels program is driven not only to provide nutritious meals to home-bound and disabled individuals, but to provide them a connection with the outside community. But, we need your help. Enter the program’s most renowned event: the Driving for Dough Golf Tournament. Funds raised from the annual tournament help SEICAA’s Meals on Wheels program provide more meals to our community’s elderly and disabled [...]

SEICAA Presents: The 14th Annual Driving For Dough Golf Tournament2020-05-26T15:35:08+00:00

SEICAA’s 2020 Community Based Needs Assessment Survey

2020-01-08T18:25:32+00:00

We want to hear from you! Please take a moment to fill out the survey linked below. Regardless of the sector you represent, your feedback helps SEICAA not only identify the barriers around moving out of poverty, it helps structure our programs and services to assist our participants achieve economic independence and self-sufficiency. Click here to take the 2020 Community Based Needs Assessment Survey.    

SEICAA’s 2020 Community Based Needs Assessment Survey2020-01-08T18:25:32+00:00

SEICAA Presents: Socks for Seniors 2019

2019-11-04T20:01:08+00:00

  With the holiday season just around the corner, SEICAA’s Socks for Seniors 2019 program is gearing up for what we hope will be our strongest year yet! SEICAA’s Socks for Seniors Program mission is simple. We strive to fill the void – caused by isolation and loneliness – local seniors experience over the holiday season each year. While partnering with home health agencies helps us assist our aging population live independently, too often do seniors succumb to the negative effects of loneliness. The National Institute on Aging, a division of the U.S. National Institutes of Health, found loneliness leads to [...]

SEICAA Presents: Socks for Seniors 20192019-11-04T20:01:08+00:00

25th Annual Project Warmth Golf Tournament

2019-10-15T19:09:51+00:00

The Project Warmth Advisory Board is pleased to announce the 25th annual Project Warmth Golf Tournament! The 5-person scramble will be held on Saturday, July 27th. It will begin at 9am at the Oregon Trail Country Club in Soda Springs, Idaho. Prizes are donated by different business in and around Caribou County for the longest drive, longest putt, and closest to the pin for men and women. Payouts to the following teams: 1st Place Gross: $100.00 each team member 1st Place Net: $75.00 each team member 2nd Place Net: $50.00 each team member Deadline for registration is July 13, 2019. After [...]

25th Annual Project Warmth Golf Tournament2019-10-15T19:09:51+00:00

SEICAA Releases 2018 Community Report

2019-06-10T18:06:47+00:00

We are so excited to share the 2018 Community Report with you! Highlighted in this 2018 Community Report, are the programs SEICAA administered, ranging from emergency services to permanent home ownership opportunities. SEICAA provided over 150,000 units of services to 28,642 individuals. Local businesses and individuals volunteered 35,757 hours to SEICAA for an economic impact of $787,000. Thank you to the countless volunteers and supporters who continue to dedicate their time and resources supporting SEICAA's Mission, Vision, and Values!  

SEICAA Releases 2018 Community Report2019-06-10T18:06:47+00:00

13th Annual Meals on Wheels Charity Golf Tournament

2019-05-29T17:27:12+00:00

Join us for the 2019 Meals on Wheels "Driving for Dough" Golf Tournament on Saturday, June 8, 2019. This golf tournament is a four-person scramble, blind drawformat. The tournament will be held at Riverside Golf Course in Pocatello, Idaho. All proceeds benefit SEICAA's Meals on Wheels program. Meals on Wheels ensures a daily nutritious meal delivery coupled with a health and safety check to homebound senior and/or disabled individuals in Northern Bannock. Download your team registration form to sign up today. If you or your business would like to sponsor the 13th Annual Tournament download a sponsorship form here. This year's [...]

13th Annual Meals on Wheels Charity Golf Tournament2019-05-29T17:27:12+00:00

SEICAA’s South Oak Apartments Now Taking Applications

2019-05-17T20:49:12+00:00

SEICAA's South Oak Apartments is now taking applications for: 1-bedroom apartments ($386-$422 depending on income) and 3-bedroom apartments ($453-$496 (depending on income). Applicants must meet eligibility requirements. First month’s rent and security deposit required at move in No pets On-site laundry facilities Utilities included Quiet neighborhood Off-street parking for tenants only Click here to fill out an application.  or in person at: SEICAA's Community Services Outreach Office 206 S Spruce Blackfoot, Idaho 83221 Please call  208-785-1583 for more information.

SEICAA’s South Oak Apartments Now Taking Applications2019-05-17T20:49:12+00:00

SEICAA Low Income Board Member Seats

2019-05-17T20:47:28+00:00

SEICAA is seeking a Low-Income Sector Representative for the Board of Directors.  To satisfy the qualifications for these volunteer positions, you must meet one of the following: Live in a low-income area (51% or more of the households in the U.S. Census Tract have an income at or below 80% of the area median income, as defined by HUD) Have a household income at or below 80% of the area median income for the area in which you live Have been elected by a "Low Income Neighborhood Organization" These positions will remain open until filled.  Please return a completed application along with [...]

SEICAA Low Income Board Member Seats2019-05-17T20:47:28+00:00
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