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Wine, Women and Shoes coming to Boise!

In July 2013, Idaho Youth Ranch held our first Wine Women & Shoes event in Coeur d’Alene (check out the video at http://youtu.be/XKiR4ZEtAvA). The event is a wine tasting, shoe-shopping fundraiser to help raise money so that every kid in Idaho has the chance at a promising future. We experienced…

Family Weekend Pinewood Derby

Reconnecting kids and families is a critical part of building promising futures. Last weekend was “Family Weekend” at the Ranch Campus, and Program Director Jim Stockberger was glad to report a fun and meaningful experience for all concerned. In Jim’s words: “We are having a wonderful time out here at…

Idaho Youth Ranch launches bold vision for helping more Idaho kids

Idaho Youth Ranch moving after 60 years in Magic Valley KTVB After 60 years in the Magic Valley near Rupert, the Idaho Youth Ranch is making plans to relocated its beloved Ranch Campus. http://www.ktvb.com/news/Idaho-Youth-Ranch-Changing-Locations—246620941.html

Rebecca Musser visits IYR girls

Rebecca Musser, nationally renowned speaker, human rights advocate, and best- selling author, visited Hays Shelter Home last Monday to talk with girls from our Hays and Ranch Campus programs. She presented “Red Flags for Girls,” a program designed to help young women set healthy boundaries and learn to recognize and…

The Thrill of the Hunt

On February 4, we asked our thrift store customers a simple question on our Facebook page, and boy did they have answers. “Just tell us what your best deal, find, treasure, or score (or whatever you call it) is at an Idaho Youth Ranch thrift store.” In just six days,…

Vision

As Idaho Youth Ranch celebrates sixty years of helping good kids on a dangerous path find promising futures, we never stop asking the question, “How can we do the best possible job for the children and families we serve?” That’s why the Idaho Youth Ranch is embarking on the first…

Christina Hatfield is a leading lady in volunteerism

Thanks to the Coeur d'Alene press for recognizing one of our valued volunteers! http://www.cdapress.com/lifestyles/article_f841d469-6a75-534b-aa3c-660d0678325d.html “When Amy Evans, development director for North Idaho Youth Ranch, asked Christina Hatfield to help plan and execute the Idaho Youth Ranch inaugural Wine, Women and Shoes Event Fundraiser, she knew she had a power player…

A Little Piece of History

It's true: what goes around comes around. This morning, the IYR Distribution Center crew found an unlabelled CD full of photos buried in a box of donated items. It contained about 30 shots; some showed Ranch Campus residents and staff taking part in a holiday parade (from the hairstyles of…

Ranch Readers Program Pays Off

Thanks to Julie Wootten at the Twin Falls Times-News for this story of one very happy young book lover: http://magicvalley.com/news/local/idaho-youth-ranch-reading-program-pays-off/article_eb27feb2-0ed9-54e5-a97c-050e061b1d2d.html?comment_form=true

The Art of Thankfulness

If you've visited the Idaho Youth Ranch website or Facebook page recently, you will have seen this original drawing by Gina Johnson. Gina is currently a trainee in IYR’s YOUTHWORKS! program, someone who is not used to thinking of herself as an artist. But last fall, we asked kids currently…

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