Idaho Central Credit Union Delivers Sweet Treats to the Thrift Stores

Posted by Idaho Youth Ranch on May 19, 2020 9:54:42 PM

Last week our friends at Idaho Central Credit Union (ICCU) took treats to all Idaho Youth Ranch Treasure Valley thrift store locations to thank them for all the hard work they have done to reopen the stores and begin taking donations again.  

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Topics: Thrift Stores, Community Partners, Covid-19

Kendall Auto Group Makes Generous Donation to Idaho Youth Ranch

Posted by Idaho Youth Ranch on Aug 9, 2019 3:14:03 PM

 

When North by Northwest , a local production company, needed a few vehicles for a video they were producing, they turned to the great folks at Kendall Auto Group . They asked Kendall Auto Group if they could use a few of their cars and pay them for them. Kendall Auto Group let them use the cars but said that they would rather the company give a nonprofit the funds instead as part of their Kendall Cares program.
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Topics: Community Partners, Donations

Buy a Home. Give a Home.

Posted by Idaho Youth Ranch on Sep 5, 2018 4:11:25 PM

We always feel so fortunate to receive so much incredible support from our community. Without support from generous partners, we wouldn't be able to help as many kids through our therapeutic services and residential programs. Recently, our network of community support grew when we met Suzi Boyle and Max Mohammadi.

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Topics: Community Partners, In the News

Your Fred Meyer Rewards Card Helps IYR Kids & Families

Posted by Idaho Youth Ranch on Feb 25, 2018 12:00:00 AM

If you have a Fred Meyer Rewards card, you are just one step away from helping Idaho’s at-risk kids and families every time you shop.

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Topics: Community Partners, In the News

Courageous Transformation in North Idaho

Posted by Idaho Youth Ranch on Oct 27, 2015 12:00:00 AM

Courageous Transformation in North Idaho

At last July’s Wine, Women & Shoes fundraising event in Coeur d’Alene, IYR clinician Amanda Smith shared an amazing story with hundreds of generous guests, all gathered to support promising futures for Idaho kids and families. With her permission we're glad to have the opportunity to share this story with you. The story is true, but we've changed the hero's name to protect his privacy.

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Topics: Community Partners, In the News

Middleton Kids Week Helps Kids Help Other Kids

Posted by Idaho Youth Ranch on Oct 1, 2015 12:00:00 AM

Middleton Kids Week Helps Kids Help Other Kids

When we opened our new IYR thrift store in Middleton in June 2013, we launched an annual community support program called “Middleton Kids Week.” Every day during the third week in June, the Idaho Youth Ranch Middleton store donates 20% of that day’s sales to a different local youth organization.

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Topics: Community Partners, In the News

Partners for Promising Futures

Posted by Idaho Youth Ranch on Aug 25, 2015 12:00:00 AM

There’s a new vehicle parked in the lot at our Boise distribution center, but it doesn’t belong to the Idaho Youth Ranch. You might say we’re “fostering” it here; keeping it safe and sheltered until it’s called into service for some very special children.

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Topics: Community Partners, In the News

Fred Meyer Helps Make “Call to the Heart” a Win for Idaho Kids

Posted by Idaho Youth Ranch on Jul 21, 2015 12:00:00 AM

Fred Meyer Helps Make “Call to the Heart” a Win for Idaho Kids

In May, Fred Meyer in Boise graciously donated gift cards for us to use as a matching opportunity for the “Call to the Heart” portion of our Wine, Women & Shoes fundraiser. For every donation our WWS guests made at the $50 level, the Fred Meyer (Franklin Store) donated a $50 gift card for Idaho Youth Ranch clients to use. The store provided $2,500 worth of gift cards as well as 440 long-stemmed white roses--one for each Wine, Women & Shoes guest to take home.

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Topics: Community Partners, In the News

Reaching for the Sky with the National Guard and Reserve

Posted by Idaho Youth Ranch on Jun 16, 2015 12:00:00 AM

Reaching for the Sky with the National Guard and Reserve

Healing doesn’t happen in a vacuum; it takes the support and collaboration of a caring community to make promising futures possible for kids and families. That’s why community partnerships are so important to all of us involved with the Idaho Youth Ranch . Both on the job and off, we welcome opportunities to connect with a broad range of other service organizations, from the YMCA to United Way to the Idaho National Guard

Greg Orlando, our program director at Anchor House, recently had the honor of being nominated by one of his staff who serves in the Guard to take part in “Operation Boss Lift 2015,” sponsored by theEmployer Support of the Guard and Reserve (ESGR).The mission of ESGR is to “gain and maintain employer support for Guard and Reserve service by recognizing outstanding support, increasing awareness of the law, and resolving conflicts through mediation.”

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Topics: Community Partners, In the News

The Maverick Newsletter Spring 2015

Posted by Idaho Youth Ranch on May 1, 2015 12:00:00 AM

Here it is- the Spring 2015 issue of The Maverick newsletter, full of success stories about Idaho kids and families whose lives have changed for the better, thanks to your generous support. 

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Topics: Community Partners, In the News