The Andrus Center for Public Policy is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization within the School of Public Service at Boise State University. The Center is overseen by a Board of Governors with Tracy Andrus serving as Chair in the wake of the passing of her father, Cecil D. Andrus.
The Center’s conferences have focused on, among other issues, the environment, journalism and public policy, national security, equality in the workforce and civil liberties. The Center has been instrumental in bringing to Idaho top national environmental and natural resources leaders, current and former members of Congress, nationally prominent journalists and business leaders.
As a nonprofit organization, we rely on the financial support of individuals, corporations, and foundations in order to sustain our work. If you enjoy what the Andrus Center has to offer, please consider donating a one-time, monthly or sustaining gift. Not only is your gift tax-deductible but it is also eligible for the Idaho Education Tax Credit.
Donors can choose to give in two categories:
Andrus Scholars Fund Endowment supports the selection of annually three (3) sponsored internships with federal, state, nonprofit, or other mission-centered business enterprises that provide Boise State Environmental Studies students with meaningful work experience that will enhance learning and skill development, assist in post-graduation job placement, and ultimately support the development of the environmental and public lands stewards of tomorrow.
Andrus Center Administrative Fund is used for day to day business operations and programming. Excess funds in the Administrative Account are rolled to the endowment on an annual basis.
You may click the fund link above to be brought to either giving center.