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					                              2006 ANNUAL REPORT




Get Comfortable With Giving
                                                                                                           ICF Staff
   Contents
      History and Mission . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .C
      Leadership Letter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1
      Friend of the Foundation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1
      Directors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2
      About the Foundation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3
                         Choices for Donors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3
                         Endowed Funds . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3
                              Greatest Need Fund . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3
                              Advised Fund . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3
                              Field-of-Interest Fund . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3
                              Geographic Fund . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4
                              Designated Fund . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4
                              Scholarship Fund . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4
                              Agency Fund . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4
                              ICF Operating Endowment Fund . . . . . .4
                     Non-Endowed Funds . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4
                              Philanthropic Gift Fund . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4
                              Special Project Fund . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4
                     Other Giving Options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5
                              Supporting Organization . . . . . . . . . . . . .5
                              Charitable Gift Annuity . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5                      ICF Staff: Top: Stewart Edwards, Hilarie Engle, Holly Motes, Sami Jo Melton, Marc Orcutt;
                              The Legacy Society . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5                   Bottom: Josie Abels, Cathy R. Silak, Jennifer Wheeler.
                         Fees and Charges . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6
                         Advantages for Donors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6
                         Donors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7
      Information for Professional Advisors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14
      Individual Endowed Fund Descriptions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17
      Individual Non-Endowed Fund Descriptions . . . . . . . . . . .29
                                                                                                       Highlights
                                                                                                       • Total assets grew by 18% to $68.7 million. Grants and distributions totaled over $3.3 million.
      Supporting Organizations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .32
      Legacy Society Members . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .33               • Investment performance for the year 2006 was 14.3%.
      Grants and Distributions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .34               • 38 new funds were created.
      Regional Advisory Panels . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .47               • ICF’s Annual Luncheon hosted Greg Carr, an Idaho-grown international philanthropist.
      Membership . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .48         • ICF received a $25,000 grant from the Albertson Boise Open golf tournament to re-grant to
      Finance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .52      Boise area nonprofits that provide dental care to uninsured or under-insured children.
      Summarized Financial Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .53
                                                                                                       • The Board of Directors created its first new standing committee, the Marketing Committee, since
                                                                                                         the creation of the Foundation.
                                                                                                       • ICF partnered with the Idaho Nonprofit Development Center to create opportunities for Idaho

Our History                                                                                              nonprofits to participate in the Standards for Excellence program designed to strengthen the
                                                                                                         leadership and business practices of nonprofits.
The Idaho Community Foundation was established in November of
1988 to enhance the pool of philanthropic capital available to Idaho
charities. As Idaho’s only statewide community foundation, and with
early assistance from the Whittenberger Foundation, the Charles
Stewart Mott Foundation, the Northwest Area Foundation, and the
Council on Foundations, ICF has assumed a leadership role in
working with donors to build the state’s resources. In 2006, every one
                                                                                                           Our Mission
                                                                                                           The mission of the Idaho Community Foundation is to enrich the quality of life
of Idaho’s 44 counties benefited from ICF grants and distributions.                                        throughout Idaho. We achieve that mission by gathering funds from donors while
Through the Idaho Community Foundation, generous people around                                             helping them achieve their charitable objectives; growing the funds over time
Idaho work daily to enrich the quality of life throughout Idaho.                                           through a sound investment process; and granting the funds for a broad variety of
                                                                                                           worthwhile projects statewide.
On the front cover: CouchSurf by Patrick Stoll
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                                                                                                         Friend of the
                                                                                                         Foundation
Dear Friends,                                                                                            Roger Martell
    Idaho is a wonderful state in which to live and                                                          Roger Martell, a founding member
raise a family, and it is a true honor to serve the state                                                of ICF, was honored as the 2006 Friend
through the philanthropy of the Idaho Community                                                          of the Foundation. The award is given
Foundation. During the last year ICF experienced                 Cathy R. Silak     Duane Jacklin
                                                                                                         in recognition of outstanding service to
record growth in its assets and in the number of funds                                                   or support of ICF. Martell retired from
encompassed within the Foundation. At year-end, assets totaled $68.7 million. Of that amount,            service on the Idaho Community                   Roger Martell
over $59 million was in permanent endowment. By comparison, at year-end 2005, total assets               Foundation Board of Directors in 2006.
were $58.2 million with just over $49 million in permanent endowment. New donations for                      A native Idahoan and Eagle resident, Martell practiced public
2006 totaled slightly over $7 million. The remaining growth was achieved through ICF’s                   accounting from 1979 to 1994. He was the office-managing
investments for both endowed and non-endowed funds. Investment returns for the endowed                   partner and senior tax partner of the Boise office of Deloitte and
funds were 14.3 %. The total number of funds increased by 37 to 372. We continue to receive              Touche, LLP, and is an advisor with Washington Trust Bank.
various types of gifts including several donations directly from individual retirement accounts.         Martell sat on the steering committee that established the
    ICF’s mission is to enrich the quality of life throughout Idaho, and we accomplish this mission by   Foundation in the late 1980s. He became ICF’s first treasurer and
sound practices of grant-making. ICF continued its practice of distributing 5% from the endowed          served as such from 1988 to 1997. He also was chairman for
funds, so our 2006 grants and distributions awarded totaled $3.3 million, and we are proud to            three years. His board tenure started in 1996. He serves as co-
continue our tradition of making grants in all of Idaho’s 44 counties. The volunteer regional            advisor to the Gladys E. Langroise Advised Fund in the Idaho
grants panelists continue to inspire Board members and staff with the level of their community           Community Foundation—ICF’s largest advised fund.
knowledge, the depth of their research into the applications, and the wisdom they bring to the
grants panels. For 2006 the Board of Directors awarded $570,000 in competitive grants. The               Previous Recipients
competitive grants process remains a strong hallmark of the Idaho Community Foundation.
Again this year we were honored to have the continued support of the J.A. and Kathryn Albertson          1995                   1998                    2002
Foundation for the educational grants aspect of our competitive grant program.                           John Chapman           Warren McCain           J.A. and Kathryn
    In early 2006 the Board of Directors adopted an updated strategic plan which focuses on four         Hailey                 Boise                   Albertson
objectives: enhancing Foundation leadership; heightening the awareness of ICF throughout the             1996                   1999                    Foundation
state; increasing the asset base; and improving the grant distribution process. The plan provides        Miles Willard          Margaret Gigray         Boise
guideposts and a framework for focus as the Foundation continues to experience growth and new            Idaho Falls            Caldwell                2003
challenges and opportunities.                                                                                                                           James H. Roper
    Last year Roger Martell completed his Board service and he was honored at our Annual
                                                                                                         1997                   Nick Ifft
                                                                                                         Jane and Arthur        Pocatello               Burley
Luncheon as the Friend of the Foundation. We welcomed a new Board member, Joe Marshall of
Boise, the retired CEO of Idaho Power.
                                                                                                         Oppenheimer            2000                    2004
    In sum, 2006 was a record-setting year and we look forward to serving our donors and grant
                                                                                                         Boise                  John Fery               Alice E. Hennessey
recipients in 2007. Thank you to all our friends!                                                                               Boise                   Boise
    Sincerely,                                                                                                                  2001                    2005
                                                                                                                                Park Price III          Steele-Reese
                                                                                                                                Idaho Falls             Foundation
                                                                                                                                                        New York, NY
   Cathy R. Silak                      Duane Jacklin
President and CEO                    Chairman of the Board                                                                                                    ICF         1
    Board of Directors


     JOHN BENNETT        CAROL BURNETT      DOUG CHADDERDON       SANDY FERY          DIANE PLASTINO GRAVES      RALPH M. HARTWELL        SUS HELPENSTELL
       Grangeville          Pocatello          Coeur d’Alene         Boise                     Boise                 Idaho Falls               Nampa




RICHARD F. HUTTER        DUANE JACKLIN         DAN KELLER         BRAD LITTLE            IRVING LITTMAN            TODD MADDOCK             JOE MARSHALL
    Sandpoint              Post Falls            Preston            Emmett                    Boise                   Lewiston                  Boise




    ROGER A. MARTELL   MICHAEL G. MCBRIDE   DOUGLAS R. NELSON   JOHN A. ROSHOLT             RON SALI               JORDAN P. SMITH          KIKI TIDWELL
         Eagle              Twin Falls         Idaho Falls         Twin Falls                 Boise                    Salmon                   Hailey




                                                                  OFFICERS/Committee Chairs
                                                                  DUANE JACKLIN       SANDY FERY              IRVING LITTMAN         DOUG CHADDERDON
                                                                  Chairman            Marketing Committee     Treasurer              Audit Committee
                                                                                                              Investment Committee
                                                                  BRAD LITTLE         JOHN A. ROSHOLT                                DOUGLAS R. NELSON
                                                                  Vice Chairman       Secretary               NANCY SUE WALLACE      Vice Chairman, Asset
                                                                                      Nominating Committee    Grants Committee       Development Committee
NANCY SUE WALLACE        PAUL YOCHUM                              CATHY R. SILAK
     Hayden                 Pocatello                             President and CEO



2          ICF
                                   About the Foundation


DEFINITION                                                   A FUND IN THE FOUNDATION                                       Advised Fund
    A community foundation is a tax-exempt public               This is an individual account created by the                    Donors can have ongoing involvement in the
charity that enables individuals and organizations to        contribution of a donor or group of donors. Each fund          distribution of their gift by retaining the privilege of
achieve their charitable intent by establishing charitable   carries a name chosen by the donor(s). That name and           participating in the selection of beneficiaries of their
funds within the Foundation. Each fund is governed by        the guidelines established when the fund is created            fund. Donors can continue to address the issues and
its own legal document and is accounted for separately.      become its distinguishing characteristics.                     needs they care about most. While IRS regulations
Endowed funds are pooled for more efficient and cost            Anyone can create a Foundation fund. Individuals,           require that each final decision must rest with the
effective investment management.                             companies, nonprofit organizations, and other                  Foundation’s Board of Directors, the advice given by
    The Idaho Community Foundation is Idaho’s only           foundations have created funds, and anyone may add to          donors is fully considered in making grants from these
statewide philanthropic organization supported by the        any fund in any amount at any time.                            funds. Recommendations are submitted to ICF’s Board
public with private funds. ICF assists with a broad             A person need not be wealthy to establish a “named          for approval, then grants are distributed in the name of
range of charitable, cultural, and educational projects      fund” in the Foundation. Such a fund can be established        the fund.
within Idaho and occasionally beyond the state’s             with a minimum contribution of $5,000 in assets (or a              Minimum Amount: $25,000 (can be a pledge payable
borders.                                                     pledge payable within a maximum of five years).                over five years).
                                                                                                                                Management Fees: 1% annually (assessed quarterly at
GOVERNANCE                                                                                                                  a rate of .25%) on the Fund’s average balance. The Fund

   The Foundation is governed by a volunteer Board of
                                                             Choices for Donors                                             also bears its prorata share of the trustee fees paid to the
                                                                                                                            Foundation’s investment managers (approximately .28%
Directors representing Idaho’s diverse geography (see                                                                       at year end 2006).
page 2 for a list of Directors). Directors are elected by
ICF’s members who also serve as a communications              E N D OW E D F U N D S
network (see page 48 for a list of members and                                                                              Field-of-Interest Fund
information on how to join). The Foundation’s Bylaws                                                                            Donors can target their gift to address specific
provide that none of the state’s three regions—
                                                             Greatest Need Fund                                             community needs or issues such as arts, education, aging,
Northern, Eastern, or Southwestern— can have less                The donor’s gift can address ever-changing needs           or at-risk youth. The donor identifies one or more
than 25% or more than 48% of the Foundation’s                throughout Idaho (or any of ICF’s three regions),              personal interest areas when making the gift; ICF’s
representation, thus ensuring that no one region can         including future needs. The flexibility of the donor’s         volunteer Regional Advisory Panels make
dominate Foundation governance.                              unrestricted gift enables ICF’s volunteer Regional Advisory    recommendations to the Board which then awards grants
                                                             Panels and Board of Directors to respond to Idaho’s most       to community organizations and programs that are
                                                             pressing needs today and long into the future.                 making a difference in the area(s) selected.
ASSETS AND ENDOWMENT                                             Minimum Amount: $5,000 (can be a pledge payable                Minimum Amount: $25,000 (can be a pledge payable
   Total assets of the Foundation at year-end 2006 were      over five years).                                              over five years).
$68.7 million. Endowment was $59.7 million. The                  Management Fees: 1% annually (assessed quarterly at            Management Fees: 1% annually (assessed quarterly at
difference between total assets and total endowment is       a rate of .25%) on the Fund’s average balance. The Fund        a rate of .25%) on the Fund’s average balance. The Fund
comprised mainly of special project funds and                also bears its prorata share of the trustee fees paid to the   also bears its prorata share of the trustee fees paid to the
philanthropic gift funds that may be fully expended          Foundation’s investment managers (approximately .28%           Foundation’s investment managers (approximately .28%
and therefore are not invested in the endowment.             at year end 2006).                                             at year end 2006).

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                                                             Scholarship Fund                                              otherwise have to be assessed to other funds of the
                                                                                                                           Foundation.
                                                                Donors can invest their gift in Idaho’s future by              Minimum Amount: $5,000 (can be a pledge payable
                                                             helping educate our youth. Donors determine the criteria      over five years).
                                                             students must meet in order to receive the scholarship            Management Fees: 1% annually (assessed quarterly at
                                                             and may customize the fund to provide opportunities for       a rate of .25%) on the Fund’s average balance. The Fund
                                                             graduates of certain schools, specific fields of study, or    also bears its prorata share of the trustee fees paid to the
Geographic Fund                                              for programs at selected institutions of higher education.    Foundation’s investment managers (approximately .28%
                                                             With assistance from an ICF scholarship, students             at year end 2006).
    These are Field-of-Interest funds that are targeted to   achieve their academic and career-oriented goals.
address needs in a particular geographic area. Be it a          Minimum Amount: $25,000 (can be a pledge payable
city, a county, or one of ICF’s regions, the donor (or a     over five years).
group of donors) identifies the geographic area when            Management Fees: 1% annually (assessed quarterly at         N O N - E N D OW E D
making the gift. Depending on the donor’s wishes,
donors or a designated committee may advise on the
                                                             a rate of .25%) on the Fund’s average balance.                 FUNDS
                                                             Scholarship funds are subject to a minimum annual fee
fund distribution or the donor may designate ICF’s           of $250. The Fund also bears its prorata share of the
volunteer Regional Advisory Panels to advise on              trustee fees paid to the Foundation’s investment
distributions which are forwarded to the Board for           managers (approximately .28% at year end 2006).               Philanthropic Gift Fund
final approval.                                                                                                               Donors can create a non-endowed, fully expendable
    Minimum Amount: $25,000 (can be a pledge                                                                               fund from which they (or their designees) may
payable over five years).                                    Agency Fund
                                                                                                                           recommend distributions of $250 or more to any IRS-
    Management Fees: 1% annually (assessed quarterly             Nonprofit organizations can establish an agency fund      recognized charity at any time. Advantages of such a fund
at a rate of .25%) on the Fund’s average balance. The        in ICF to build their endowment and ensure long-term          include the ability to make tax-deductible donations of
Fund also bears its prorata share of the trustee fees paid   annual support for their future. By utilizing ICF to obtain   appreciated assets at any time, thus bypassing capital
to the Foundation’s investment managers                      the economies and potential rewards of participating in a     gains tax liability. The donor advises the Board on the
(approximately .28% at year end 2006).                       larger investment pool, nonprofits enhance their ability      amount and timing of subsequent gifts from the fund.
                                                             to accept large and complex gifts and can focus more             Minimum Amount: $5,000.
Designated Fund                                              attention on their constituencies. Distributions are made        Management Fees: There is no charge related to the
                                                             annually to the participating agency for use as its Board     monies that remain in the fund for at least six months.
    Donors can direct their gift to a specific nonprofit     of Directors deems appropriate.                               ICF, however, retains the earnings on the fund. Monies
organization (or group of organizations) such as a               Minimum Amount: $10,000 (can be a pledge payable          expended from a philanthropic gift fund in less than six
senior center, museum, or virtually any nonprofit            over five years).                                             months are charged 2%.
charitable organization. Should the designated               Management Fees: .5% annually (assessed quarterly at a
organization cease to exist or become dysfunctional,         rate of .125%) on the Fund’s average balance. Agency
the Foundation has the contractual ability to redirect       funds are subject to a minimum annual fee of $250. The        Special Project Fund
the distributions in accord with the donor’s                 Fund also bears its prorata share of the trustee fees paid        The Foundation occasionally serves its statewide
original intent.                                             to the Foundation’s investment managers (approximately        community by receiving and managing non-endowed
    Minimum Amount: $25,000 (can be a pledge                 .28% at year end 2006).                                       funds to support a special project. Contributions, as well
payable over five years).                                                                                                  as the net income earned while the assets are held, may
    Management Fees: 1% annually (assessed quarterly                                                                       be expended in the near future to support the project.
at a rate of .25%) on the Fund’s average balance. The        ICF Operating Endowment Fund                                      Minimum Amount: No minimum.
Fund also bears its prorata share of the trustee fees paid      Distributions generated by these permanent funds               Management Fees: The Foundation negotiates the fee
to the Foundation’s investment managers                      help offset operating costs of the Idaho Community            with the organization based on the amount of
(approximately .28% at year end 2006).                       Foundation and reduce the administrative fees that might      administrative work required.
4       ICF
                                                                                                                       Regence Caring Foundation
                                                                                                                       for Children   Grant Recipient in all three ICF
                                                           minimum requirement to establish a fund. If that is                                                  Competitive Regions
 OT H E R G I V I N G O P T I O N S                        not the case, the residual will be placed in ICF’s
                                                           Community Trust Fund to support greatest needs
                                                           throughout Idaho.
                                                               Minimum Amount: $10,000.
Supporting Organization                                        Management Fees: No fees are charged to
    Donors can use their gift to establish an excellent    administer an Idaho Community Foundation CGA.
alternative to a private foundation with only a fraction   When the CGA matures, fees will be assessed to the
of the administrative responsibilities. In certain         ICF endowment fund created with the remainder
supporting organization structures, the donors may         interest according to established ICF policy for the
select some of the board members, maintain personal        type of fund established.
involvement, and support the causes and they care              Minimum Age: While there is no minimum age to
about while enjoying the favorable tax treatment of a      set up a CGA, an annuitant must be at least age 60          The Tooth Fairy A.K.A. Kathy Ellis, Idaho Coordinator,
public charity. Investment management, startup costs,      before payments start. If the annuity is for more than      visits children.
grant administration, and reporting can all be left        one annuitant, the younger of the two must be age 60
to ICF.                                                    before any payments start.                                     The Regence Caring Foundation provided free
    Minimum Amount: Varies, depending on the type              Annuity Rates: The value of the contribution, the       dental care to low-income and uninsured children as
of fund the supporting organization chooses to             age(s) of the annuitant(s), and the annuity rates in        well as conducted education and prevention clinics
establish in ICF.                                          effect at the time the annuity is established all           throughout 2006, reaching over 3,800 Idaho kids.
    Management Fees: Dependent on the type of fund         contribute to determining the amount of the annuity            “The Regence Caring Foundation’s goal is to assist
established.                                               payments an annuitant receives.                             children with oral health care problems by providing
                                                                                                                       access to dental care services,” said Idaho Coordinator
                                                           The Legacy Society                                          Kathy Ellis. “Research tells us that thousands of Idaho
Charitable Gift Annuity
                                                              Donors preferring to make a deferred gift may            children are going without adequate dental care which
    Giving through a charitable gift annuity allows        choose to name the Foundation as the beneficiary of a
donors to arrange generous gifts to their community
                                                                                                                       could result in long-term affects on their overall health.
                                                           charitable trust, will, bequest, or other deferred giving   The Foundation is committed to treating and educating
while providing themselves with a reliable income          instrument. Those willing to be recognized are named
source for the rest of their lives.                                                                                    children and parents early, so Idaho kids grow up
                                                           and thanked in the annual report as members of the
    Under this arrangement, donors transfer assets (cash   Legacy Society. In many instances, the deferred gift        strong, healthy members of our communities.”
or securities) to the Foundation in exchange for a         donor receives benefits such as income or other use of         The Regence Caring Foundation works with over
commitment by the Foundation to pay them (and a            property during his or her lifetime. Upon the donor’s       100 dentists throughout the state who provide
second annuitant, if the donor so chooses) a fixed and     death, the remaining principal is transferred to the        uninsured children with dental care for reduced fees.
guaranteed payment for the remainder of their              Foundation, and the assets become available for             The Foundation works in partnership with area public
lifetime(s). On the death of the annuitant(s), the         charitable use as specified by the donor. Funds created
remaining principal is retained by the Foundation to                                                                   schools, Head Start programs, YMCA organizations,
                                                           through deferred gifts offer permanent recognition for      and local health departments to help identify and
carry out the donor’s charitable intentions.               the donor’s philanthropic service to the community.
    A specific charity can also be named to benefit from                                                               enroll qualifying children for dental programs and
the remainder interest. Once all of the annuity                                                                        services and to provide school-based preventive dental
payments have been made, up to one half of the                                                                         services such as fluoride applications and sealants,
remainder can be paid to a charity as a direct                                                                         along with classroom-based oral health education.
contribution. The residual portion of the remainder                                                                       “Thanks to our partnership with ICF, children
interest may be placed in an ICF fund to benefit the
                                                                                                                       throughout the state will grow up with healthy smiles.”
named charity, providing this residual meets ICF’s
                                                                                                                                                                   ICF          5
    FEES AND CHARGES                                        Advantages to Donors                                           personal property. Endowment funds may be established
                                                                                                                           with pledges payable within five years. Contributions can
                                                                                                                           be made during the donor’s lifetime and/or through
   There is no set-up fee to establish a fund in the                                                                       deferred gifts and bequests.
Foundation, and a minimal amount of paperwork is            TAX BENEFITS
required. The management fee varies with the type of           ICF qualifies as a public charity under federal
fund established. See “Choices for Donors” on pages         regulations, so gifts during a donor’s lifetime or bequests    PERPETUITY
3–5 for fees related to each type of fund.                  to ICF are accorded the maximum tax advantages                    The agreement drawn to create an endowment fund in
                                                            allowed by law. Major gifts to a community foundation          ICF ensures that the Foundation will honor the donor’s
                                                            such as ICF may qualify for special tax considerations         charitable intent in perpetuity.
    GRANTS AND                                              and, in some cases, may be an attractive alternative to
    DISTRIBUTIONS                                           creating a private foundation. Potential donors should
                                                            consult with a qualified estate planning professional          RECOGNITION
   ICF makes grants statewide to fund a broad range of      about their specific circumstances.
                                                                                                                              Each grant recipient is notified of the Fund name and
activities, services, and projects of established 501(c)                                                                   donor unless the donor requests anonymity. ICF
charitable organizations, governmental units, or their      FLEXIBILITY                                                    constantly strives to respect donor wishes.
subsidiaries. The Foundation considers requests for
                                                               ICF works with donors and their advisors to create a
grants from its greatest need and field-of-interest funds
                                                            fund with terms and conditions designed to meet the
on a regional basis. Applications from the Northern
                                                            specific requirements of each individual situation.            INVESTMENT EXPERTISE
Region are accepted November 1– January 15; from the
Eastern Region February 1– April 1; and from the                                                                              Donors are assured of professional management of
Southwestern Region May 1– July 1. Deadlines are            CONVENIENCE AND EFFICIENCY                                     the Foundation’s assets by experienced investment
subject to change. Please check ICF’s website at               Minimal paperwork is required to establish a fund in        professionals with oversight by the Investment
www.idcomfdn.org for current information.                   the Foundation, and ICF takes responsibility for all           Committee of ICF’s Board of Directors.
Distributions from designated and agency funds are          reports to the Internal Revenue Service and other
generally made in the spring of each year. Grants from      governmental entities. Even a single contribution to the
donor-advised and scholarship funds may be made             Foundation can address a wide range of needs or
                                                                                                                           ACCOUNTABILITY
throughout the year.                                        interests and can benefit a number of charitable                  For investment purposes, endowment funds are
                                                            organizations.                                                 pooled which provides the opportunity to achieve better
                                                                                                                           returns at lower costs. However, for accounting and
                                                            EFFECTIVENESS                                                  reporting purposes, each fund is maintained as an
                                                                                                                           individual, named entity with separate tracking of
                                                               The Foundation ensures good use of donor gifts              earnings, prorata fees, and grant disbursements. The
                                                            through the professional grant research of the staff, the      Foundation’s financial records are subject to ongoing
                                                            prudent and informed judgment its volunteer Regional           oversight by the Board of Directors and an annual
                                                            Advisory Panels that review and make recommendations           independent audit.
                                                            on grant requests, and the oversight of the Board of
                                                            Directors.
                                                                                                                           GRANTS OUTSIDE IDAHO
                                                            GIVING OPTIONS                                                    Each fund in ICF must be of substantial benefit to
                                                                Almost any asset of value may be considered for a          Idaho, but fund creators may structure their funds so that
                                                            contribution. The Foundation can accept cash, securities,      some of the distributions go to charitable projects
                                                            retirement assets, real estate, closely held stock, or other   outside Idaho.

6        ICF
                              Founding Donors                                                                         Todd L. Maddock

                                 The Idaho Community Foundation owes its existence to the foresight of                                      Todd L. and Patricia G. Maddock Fund
                              individuals, corporations, foundations, and organizations that joined together to                            Fund creator: Todd Maddock, Lewiston
                              create and endow the Foundation. Our Founding Donor campaign concluded                      Fund type: Designated Fund for the Lewiston City Library
                              December 31, 1992, having raised a total of $5 million. We are pleased to give
                              continuous recognition to the vision and generosity of those who supported the
                              Foundation in its first stages of growth. Many of these donors have made
                              additional contributions to the Foundation in subsequent years.



 MAJOR FOUNDING                               LEADERSHIP
 DONORS                                       FOUNDING DONORS
(Gifts of $250,000 and above)               (Gifts of $100,000 – $249,999)
J.A. and Kathryn Albertson                  Albertsons, Inc.                       G. Nicholas and Sara Ifft
Donald and Gretchen Fraser                  Harry Bettis                           Sara M. Maas
Northwest Area Foundation                   Boise Cascade Corporation              Warren E. McCain
Ethel B. “Stevie” Rawlinson                 Charles Stewart Mott Foundation        Arthur and Jane Oppenheimer
Earl C. Reynolds Jr.*                       Daugherty Foundation                   Treasure Valley Family YMCA        Todd Maddock in the Lewiston
J.R. Simplot                                John B. and Delores L. Fery            US Bank                            City Library.
                                            Lewis Hower                            The Whittenberger Foundation
                                                                                                                         “I’ve been a long-time supporter of the
                                                                                   Miles and Virginia Willard
                                                                                                                      Lewiston City Library, and my late wife was a
 FOUNDING                                                                                                             wonderful advocate for the program, as well.
 DONORS                                                                                                               Our community is desperate for a new library
                                                                                                                      facility, and for a very long time I’ve had the
(Gifts of $25,000 – $99,999)                                                                                          desire to help. Fortunately, the new IRA law
Arthur Andersen LLP                         William R. Hewlett                     Potlatch Corporation               helped me make my dream a reality.
Amalgamated Sugar                           Hewlett-Packard Company                Robert and Dorothy Rebholtz           “I decided to create this fund with ICF
Boise Philharmonic                          Richard M. and Mary B.                 Bob and Carol Reed                 because I’ve also had a long relationship with
  Association, Inc.                           Hormaechea                           Tom, Sheila, John and Joy          this foundation and watched it grow quite
Joan Chesbro                                Idaho Power Company                      Richards                         successfully. I wanted to help the library with a
Jim and Barbara Cimino                      Intermountain Gas Industries           Jim and Bette Roper                lasting and continual flow of revenue, and ICF
Robert and Mary Evans                         Foundation                           John Roper                         offered me the best vehicle to create this
Roger and Sybil Ferguson                    Kenlon P. and Carol J. Johnson         Carmelita G. Spencer
                                                                                                                      perpetual contribution.
First Security Bank of Idaho, N.A.          D. Whitman and Paula Jones             The Terteling Company, Inc.
Global Travel, Inc.
                                                                                                                         “The thought that my gift to the Lewiston
                                            Key Bank of Idaho                      Harry B. Turner
Linda Grable-Curtis                         H.F. and Colleen Magnuson              Union Pacific Foundation           Library will be viable long into the future and
Green Giant/Pillsbury                       Merrill Lynch & Co. Foundation         U S WEST Communications            my great respect for the principles on which ICF
Hecla Mining, Inc.                          Park Price Motor Company               Wells Fargo Bank (formerly First   is built definitely make me comfortable with
Tom and Alice Hennessey                     David and Vaniece Petso                   Interstate Bank)                giving in Idaho.”
                                                                                   * Denotes a deferred gift                                               Donors           7
                               2006 Donors


    A Abate
    Kathi
                             Robert and Michelle Angell
                             Kathryn Anger
                                                          Basque Museum and
                                                            Cultural Center
                                                                                         Jeffrey Block
                                                                                         George and Susan Blodgett
                                                                                                                      Kay Brill
                                                                                                                      Mark and Mary Brinkman
                                                                                                                                                   Rosa Y. Campbell
                                                                                                                                                   Ellen Campion
                             Angora Ridge Foundation      Norman and Ellen Batt          Robert and Dixie Blome       Broadcast Music, Inc.        David W. Cantrill
    Mary Abercrombie         Edwin and M. Loretta Apel    Karl Baughman                  Bloom Hergott Diemer         Bonnie Brod                  Canyons, Inc.
    Mark and Cindy Absec Bradley Appleman                 Arden K. Bauman                   Rosenthal & LaViolette,   Katie Brodie                 Donald W. Carleton
    Ada County Association Brendan and Shelley            Ida Beal                          LLP                       Howard and Tina Brookline    Joan D. Carley
      of Realtors, Inc.        Armstrong                  Paul and Carol Bearce          Blue Cross of Idaho          Brookover Properties, L.P.   Robert and Elaine Carpenter
    Lisa Adam                Tim B. Armstrong             Randy Beard                    The Bruce and Ann Blume      C. Richard and Vonnie Lue    Gregory C. Carr Foundation
    Nat and Sally Adams      Jan Aronson                  David Beck                        Fund                        Broulim                    John and Lillian Carr
    Andrew Akers             John and Martha Arrington    Marty and Teresa Becker        Gregory Blume                Barbara B. Brown             Kathleen M. Carr
    Albertsons —a            Carl Arriola                 Deanna Behr                    William and Karla Bodnar     Barbara Brown                William Cary
      SUPERVALU Company Mark Arstein                      Joseph and Janet Bejsovec      Roger and Donna Boe          Chris and Chrisanne Brown    Lorel Case
    Simon Aleksander         Jerry and Mildred Asker      Frederick Belzer and Theresa   Bogus Basin Hill Climb       G. Richard Brown and Iris    Clinton and Carolyn Casey
    Catheryn Alexander       Assistance League of Boise     Kaufmann                     Boise Cascade, L.L.C.          Young                      Jay Cassell
    All West Aviation        Clen and Emma Atchley        Marjorie H. Bender             Boise Centre on the Grove    Glenn Brown                  William and Jeanne Cassell
      Services, Inc.         Susan Athay                  Bennett Forest Industries      Boise Consumer Co-op         Stephen and Anne Brown       Pete and Freda Cenarrusa
    John and Jean Allan      John and Shirley Atteberry   John and Susan Bennett         Boise Development Cycling    James Bruce                  Central Coast Pediatric
    Fred Allcott             Janice Attomori              Richard and JoAnn Bennett         (BODE)                    Michelle Bruner                Dental Group
    Barry and Jana Alleman Sue Atwood                     Janet Benoit                   Isabel Bond                  Michael and Cheryl Brush     Central Idaho Construction
    Arn Allemand and         Jesse and Melissa Avery      Nathaniel and Sara             Jamie Bond                   William and Doris Brydon     CH2M Hill, Inc.
      Nicole Tomaino-                                       Berberich                    Bonner County Historical     Dean and Judy Buffington     Douglas and Deidre
      Allemand
                            B
    Bill and Elizabeth Allen Margie Baehr
                                                          Cyndy Berlin-Lantz nd
                                                            Robert Lantz
                                                                                            Society
                                                                                         Henry R. Boomer
                                                                                                                      Mark and Mary Bunce
                                                                                                                      Ted Burgess
                                                                                                                                                     Chadderdon
                                                                                                                                                   Ken and Nancy Chadderdon
    Gayle Allen and Carol    Frederick and Betty Bagley   Susan Berry                    Mary Boone                   Don and Theresa Burkes       Gayle Chalfant
      MacGregor              Sally A. Bakes               Jean Betebenner                Susan Borowicz               Felicia Burkhalter           Susan Chaloupka and
    Richard and Sharon       Jameas Balaguer              Laura Bettis and Benjamin      Margaret Borresen            Doris Burnett                  Thomas McCabe
      Allen                  Irv Baldwin and Betsy Hill     Rydalch                      Barbara A. Botsch            Kaye Burnham                 Randal and Sharon Chance
    Sally Allen              Brian and Karen Ballard      Melvin E. Beutler              Marijke Boulware             Russell and Janet Buschert   Asa Chandler
    Timothy and Eileen       John Ballenot and Susan      Bickett Family Trust           Richard and Connie Bowen     Anne Bush                    Earl and Kathleen Chandler
      Allen                    Reinhard                   Harvey and Myrna Bickett       Carol Bower                  Stewart and Mary Butler      Michael and Vickie Chaney
    Robert and Meridith      Anthony and Susie Balukoff   Lucile Bickett                 Robert and Marvel                                         David and Myna Chang
      Allis
    Lawrence and Bertha
                             Britt and Cynthia Bambic
                             Bank of America
                                                          Dan and Bonnie Bilbao
                                                          Robert and Jeannine Bilow
                                                                                            Boydstun
                                                                                         Richard and Aris Boyle
                                                                                                                      C
                                                                                                                      E. Caldwell
                                                                                                                                                   Don and Dolores Chapman
                                                                                                                                                   Peter K. Chappell
      Allsberry                Foundation                 William and Wendy Binegar      Suzanne Boyle and Michael    Hazen and Joan Calhoun       Charitable Leadership
    Kay Alspaugh             Bank of Idaho                W. Kurt and Lin Birkenhagen       Hummel                    Lawrence and Sandra            Foundation
    Patricia Aluisi          David and Marlene Barber     John and Sandra Bishop         Michael and Sylvia Boyle       Calkins                    Steve Chattin
    American Home            Timothy and Eileen Barber    Bishop, Christensen &          Chris Bracher                Richard Callow and Marcia    Trish Checketts
      Mortgage Corp.         Sarah Barber                   Associates, Inc.             William D. Braddock            Driscoll                   LeeAnn Cheeley
    David and Debra          Robert D. Barclay            Ernest Blackwelder and         J. Robb Brady                Alice Calvert                Thomas and Susan
      Anderson               Delma L. Barnett               Sheila Hennessey             Dorothy Brassey              Camille Beckman                Chelstrom
    Jill and Ron Anderson    Sara Barnett                 F. Gerald and Ann Blackwell    Scott and Kay Brassey          Corporation                Julie Chenoweth
    Paul and Carol           David and Annette Bartle     Susan Blair                    Vernon and Isabel Brassey    Cindy L. Campbell            Chesbro Music Company
      Anderson               David and Dorothy Barton     Gary and Vickie Blaylock       Richard E. Bridges           Edith M. Campbell            Larry and Shirley Chetwood
    Wayne Anderson           Audrey Bashaw                Dan and Brenda Blitman         M.C. and L.D. Briggs         Margaret Campbell            Steven and Ling Chi
8      Donors
Carol Chipman                Charles and Jacqueline Crist   Glenn and Joan Downing      Andrew and Shannon Erstad     The Foundation for the       Claude Gillespie and Hollis
Richard and Dawn             Jim Crooke                     Debra Drake                 Hyatt and Belen Erstad          Jewish Community             Brookover
   Christensen               Shirley L. Crowe               Wil Drake                   John P., Patrick H., and      Maurice and Linda            Dan and Mary Givens
Garn and Jackie              Gregory and Paula Culet        Drape Couture                 Ryan T. Erstad                Fournier                   Jason Gleed
   Christensen               Lee and Lori Cullen            Eddie and Mary Lou Droge    John and Bonnie Esposito      Randall and Keri Fowler      Global Credit Union
Marie S. Christofferson      Clyde and Vieno Culp           Robert and Mary             Kenneth and Valaree Estep     Franklin County              Scott Goldstein
Melanie Chun                 Bonnie Curran                    Drummond                  John and Lola Evans           James Freeman                Vivian Good
Jeffrey Cilek                Terry Curtis and Linda         Paul Dubman and Diane                                     Robert and Lorri Freeman     Janine Gooden
Donald and Joann Cissel
Citadel Public Relations
                               Grable-Curtis                  Newton
                                                            David and Teresa
                                                                                        F Services Alliance of
                                                                                        Family
                                                                                                                      Allen and Raina Frei
                                                                                                                      George and Mary Freund
                                                                                                                                                   William and Nancy
                                                                                                                                                     Goodman
Donald and Marcia Clark
Trent and Rebecca Clark
                             D Dahl
                             Barbara
                                                              Ducharme
                                                            Dunkley Music
                                                                                           Southeast Idaho, Inc.
                                                                                        John Pennings and Terese
                                                                                                                      Wayne and Susan Frieders
                                                                                                                      Margery Friedlander
                                                                                                                                                   Bob Gordon
                                                                                                                                                   Victor and Betty Gormley
Jonalyn R. Clayton           James and Candy Dale           A. Dale and Jane Dunn          Fandel                     Joyce Friedman               Linda Gossett
Edward and Arita Cleary      D. Allen and Sandra Dalton     James and Patricia Dunn     R. Starr Farish               Friends of the McCall        Vicki Gowler
Elbert and Edith             Bill and Bernadean Daniels     Jack and Robin Dyck         Constance Farmer                Library                    Susan Graham
   Cleaveland                Robert R. Dargatz                                          Farmers and Merchants State   Mary Ellen Frischmuth        Ronald Graves and Diane
Richard Clemens
David and Monica
                             Jay Dark and Suzanne
                               Janzen
                                                            E of Eagle
                                                            City
                                                                                           Bank
                                                                                        Farmers Group, Inc.
                                                                                                                      Tyler and Barbara Frizzell
                                                                                                                      Edson and Patricia Fujii
                                                                                                                                                     Plastino Graves
                                                                                                                                                   Elizabeth Gray
   Clements                  Thomas G. Dater                O. Keener Earle and Karen   Reeta R. Farr                 Steven R. Fuller             Jeremy Gray and Bron
J. Michael and Robbye        Richard and Inez Davey           Moore                     Tony and Beth Faulkner        Fulton Associates, LLC         Roberts
   Clements                  Julie Davidson                 Gina Eaton                  John Fawcett                  Mike Fusselman               Norman and Cathy
Lance and Diane Clow         Peter and Arlene Davidson      Jean and W. Eberle          Sharry Feldner                                               Graybeal
Leo and Lulu Mae Coates
Lawrence and Victoria
                             Davis Partners, LLC
                             Donna L. Day
                                                            Greg Eby
                                                            Angella Eckert
                                                                                        Michael and Brenda Felton
                                                                                        Joyce Fenton
                                                                                                                      G and Elfriede
                                                                                                                      Myron
                                                                                                                                                   Carol Green
                                                                                                                                                   Robert W. Greenwood
   Coelho                    Darin and Ann DeAngeli         Jan Edelstein               Steven James Fenton Living      Gabbert                    Gary and Virginia Gribben
Susan Cohen                  Janet DeBard                   Cherie Edwards                 Trust                      Paul and Janice Gallant      William and Gratia Griffith
Laura K. Colson              Judd and Diane DeBoer          Henry and Frances Edwards   Kristin Le Fenwick            Bill and Karen Gamble        Grismer Family Trust
Community Foundation         Diane L. DeChambeau            Edwards Mother Earth        Jeffrey Fereday and Kay       William and Luann Ganz       George and Florence
   of Jackson Hole           Lisa Dedapper                    Foundation                   Hummel                     Alex Gardner                   Grismer
Glen M. Compton              Delta Dental                   Hugh and Josephine Egbert   Roger and Sybil Ferguson      Gregory Garlick and Marcia   Joseph Grismer
J. Brett and Candace         Design Spectrum                Robert and Linda            Richard and Karen Fernand       Wing                       Joseph H. Groberg
   Comstock                  Betty Ann Diehl                  Eggimann                  J. Brent and Sandra Fery      Ann Garrett                  Todd and Angela Groberg
ConAgra Foods Specialy       Linda Digiorgio                Gale Elkins                 John and Delores Fery         Patricia Garrett             Pirie and James Grossman
   Potato Processing         Randy J. Dillon                Barbara Elkinton            FHC Health Systems Inc.       Marile Garrott               Daniel Guggenheim
Marcello and Kimberly        Peter and Patricia             Kathy Ellis                 Fidelity Investments          Sallee C. Gasser             Alan L. Gummersall
   Conigliaro                  Dinkelspiel                  Ted E. Ellis                   Charitable Gift Fund       R. Todd and Tracy Gatesh     Sergio and Mary Gutierrez
Judie Conlan                 Rick Dinning                   Lillian Ellis-McCoy         Clark and Sydney Fidler       Thomas Gattiker
James Cook
Linda J. Cook
                             Carol Dixon
                             Thomas and Linda Dixon
                                                            Roy and Frances Ellsworth
                                                            Ford and Jean Elsaesser
                                                                                        Mike and Debra Field
                                                                                        Richard and Shirley Fields
                                                                                                                      George and Barbara
                                                                                                                        Gauzza
                                                                                                                                                   H and Betty Haire
                                                                                                                                                   James
Richard E. Cooke             Del and Arlene Dodd            Elwell Family Foundation    Financial Security            LaVern and Marian Gentry     L.K. Hall
Louise Cooley                Lanny and Sandra Dohse         Emmett Public School           Corporation                Shane Gentry                 Linnea Hall
Robert and Patricia Cooper   John and Carey Dondero           Foundation, Inc.          First Clearing, LLC           Betsy Gerdeman               Ronald and Vivien Hall
Michael and Kerrie Cope      Margit Donhowe                 Hilarie Engle               Sandra Fisher L.P.            Jeanette E. Germain          David and Norma Halter
Robert L. Copeland           Rex and Marilyn Dorman         Carl and Joanna Engle       Susan Fisher                  Christopher Gibson           Michael and Dana Halter
Sandra Coultrap              Heidi Dornier                  Richard and Mary Lou        Kent and Kim Fletcher         Daniel and Carolyn Gibson    Robert Hamill
James and Peggy              Ted Douglass and Ainoa           Ennis                     Terry Floyd                   Krista Gilbert               George Hamilton and Leisa
   Countryman                  Autele Douglass              Enterprise Rent-A-Car       FMC Corporation               Louis Gilbert and Tracy        Musser Hamilton
Steve Covington              James Dowen and Sue              Company of Utah Group     Andy and Patricia Forbes        Steffen                    Mildred Hamilton
Roger and Elizabeth            Bridgeman                      4799                      Maryalice Ford                William G. Gilbert, Jr.      Robert and Carol Hamlin
   Crandlemire               Downey Lions Club              Ted Epperly                 Jennifer Foster               David Giles                  David and Tiffanie Hanks
                                                                                                                                                               Donors            9
                              Debra A. Heise              William House                   Donald and Dorothy            Harriet Joseph               Philip and Jo Ella Kleffner
                              Patricia J. Heldt           Robert and Sara Howard             Jacklin                    Paul Jozwik                  James and Debbie Kling
                              Fred and Sus Helpenstell    Matt and Patty Howarth          Doyle and Kathryn Jacklin     JR Simplot Revocable Trust   Mattie Kling
                              Rebekah Helzel              Kenneth and Alexa Howell        Duane and Susan Jacklin       June E. Judd                 George Knight
                              Mike and Margaret           Tiffany Hoxie                   Richard and Trudy Jackson     Richard A. and Jill H.       Bliss Knowles
                                Henbest                   Albert and Mildred Huber        Bill and Jacqueline Jackson     Jurvelin Trust             Leo M. Knudson
                              Donald and Iris             Kenneth R. and Betty Huff       D. Blaine and Cynthia                                      Vic and Nancy Kobe
     Christian Hansen           Hendrickson               Barbara Huguenin                   Jacobson                                                R. Stanwood and Sharon
     Jane Hansen
     Orval and June Hansen
                              Nate Hennessey
                              Tom and Alice Hennessey
                                                          Charles and Lissa Hummel
                                                          Humphreys Diabetes Center
                                                                                          Pam Jank
                                                                                          Todd Jankiweitz
                                                                                                                        K and Cheryl Kaatz
                                                                                                                        Stephen
                                                                                                                                                       Kohls
                                                                                                                                                     Christina Kowrach
     Ralph W. Hansen          Tom and Shana Hennessey     Jack and Sylvia Hunt            James and Wendy Jaquet        KACH-AM Radio                Peter Kozisek and Julia
     George and Beverly       Martin and Frances Hepker   Rick Hunter                     Amy Jauregui                  C. David and Renee             Robinson
       Harad                  Patrick and Karen           Richard and Donna Hutter        Heather Jauregui                Kading                     Kate Krakker
     Patricia A. Harberd        Hermanson                 Lawrence Hyatt                  Judith Jellinek               Dave and Maria Kahn          Thomas and Bevra
     Fred and Patricia Harder Alex Herrington             Susan Hyde and James            Jack and Debra Jenkins        Richard Kahn                   Krattenmaker
     Nick Hardy               Amy Herzfeld                  Anderegg                      E. G. Jenkins                 Thomas and Marilyn           James and Sandra Kravik
     David and Carol Harms    Terry Heslin                                                Ernest M. Jensen                Kalange                    Sam Krieg
     Dan Harpole
     Gregory and Sandra
                              Christopher Hess
                              Michael and Danece Hess     I Education Access
                                                          Idaho
                                                                                          John and Anna Jensen
                                                                                          Jewish Foundation of
                                                                                                                        Sondra Kantor
                                                                                                                        Bruce and Lynn Kaplan
                                                                                                                                                     Robert E. Krueger
                                                                                                                                                     Art and Sherry Krulitz
       Harris                 Michael and Jenene Hester                                      Greensboro                 Helen Kaufman                Mark Kubiak and Susan
     Shirley Harris           Amy Hewel                     Association, Inc.             Helen John Foundation                                        Fenton Kubiak
                                                          Idaho Housing and Finance                                     Ray and Effie Kaufman
     Aldon and Jacquelyn      Hewlitt Packard, Finance                                    Bruce and Martha Johnsen      Richard Kaylor               Edward and Marjorie
       Harshman                 Operations                  Association                   Byron Johnson                                                Kuchynka
                                                          Idaho Human Rights                                            Donald and Mary Kayser
     Norbert and Eileen       Heymann Wolf                                                Daniel and Carmelyn           Daniel and Pamela Keller     Martha Kuhn
       Hartmann                 Foundation                  Education Center                 Johnson                                                 Lex and Celia Kunau
                                                          Idaho Peace Officers                                          David Kellner
     Ralph and Mary Lynn      Robert Higens                                               Debra Johnson                 Virginia Kelly               Bill Kunerth
       Hartwell               Betty Hill                    Association, Inc.             Gregory E. Johnson                                         Lewis and Louise Kunkel
                                                          Idaho Power Company                                           Mike Kennedy
     Thomas W. Hartwell       Gene and Rosie Hill                                         Helen K. and Arthur E.        Marcia Kent                  Donald and Nettie Kunz
     Michael and Lori Harvey The Hill Family              Idaho Society of CPAs              Johnson Foundation                                      Diane Kushlan
                                                          Idaho State Journal                                           William and Linda Kerby
     Andrew and Marie         Jill Hitchin                                                Julie Johnson                 Kiersten Kerr                Shelley Kuther
       Harwood                John Hockberger and         Idaho State Police,             Kenlon and Carol Johnson                                   Lynn Kuwahara
                                                            Chapter 1                                                   Kerr Surveying
     Mark and Christine         Velma Morrison                                            Kenneth E. Johnson            Kessler’s Cafe
       Hatch                  Leslie Hoerner              Idaho Women’s Charitable        Leroy M. Johnson              Key Foundation
     John and Kristen Hauck Brian and Karen Hoff
     Richard and Patricia     Mark and Lynn Hofflund
                                                            Foundation
                                                          Sara Ifft
                                                                                          Peter and Carolyn Johnson
                                                                                          Richard E. Johnson
                                                                                                                        Charles and Sharon Keyes
                                                                                                                        Dorothy M. Kidd
                                                                                                                                                     L and Patricia
                                                                                                                                                     David
       Hauff                  Constance G. Hogland        Gerry and Ellen Ikola              Recovable Trust
                                                          ILO —Vollmer Historical                                       Kids Klub, Inc.                Lachiondo
     Jack and Julie Hawkins   Lisa Holley                                                 Richard Johnson and           Charles and Diane Kiehn      John and Elizabeth Laden-
     James and Gail Hawkins Ken and Maureen Holman          Society                          Roberta Crockett
                                                          Intermountain Eye & Laser                                     Thomas and Teresa              Losch
     Barbara A. Hawley        Robert and Patti Holman                                     Elaine P. Johnston              Killingsworth              Eric Lafferty
     Donald and Jan Haworth Thomas J. Holmes                Centers, P.L.L.C.             W. James and Karen
                                                          Intermountain Gas                                             Elaine Kimball               Patrick and Joan Lamb
     Hayden, Ross &           Kurt Holzer                                                    Johnston                   Jon J. Kimberling            Howard and Beverly
       Company                Homestyles                    Industries Foundation, Inc.   Danyel and Sarah Joines
                                                          Ireene S. Barnett Foundation                                  J.R. and Jeanne King           Lancaster
     Robert and Donna Marie Maggie Hooks                                                  Sean Jolie                    Robert and Marcia Kirk       James and Sandra Lancaster
       Hayes                  Robert and Leslee Hoover    Karen Ireland                   Suzy Jolley                   Willa Kirk                   Elgin Lance
     Tracy Hayworth           Tom Hoppell
     N. Charles and Polly     Twila Hornbeck              J                               Anna Jones
                                                                                          J. Thomas Jones
                                                                                                                        Rick Koffey and Barbara
                                                                                                                          Thrasher
                                                                                                                                                     John Land
                                                                                                                                                     Robert J. Lane
       Hedemark               Charles and Kathleen        J Crist Inc.                    M. Louise Jones               Kissler Family Foundation,   Elliott Larsen
     June E. Heilman            Hosack                    J. Eshman Law p.c.              Monica J. Jones                 Inc.                       Robert and Judith Larson
     Leland and Brenda        Paul Hosefros and C. Gaye   J.A. & Kathryn Albertson        Joseph and Cynthia Jordan     Sheila and Karl Klages       Gordon Lassahn
       Heinrich                 Bennett-Hosefros             Foundation, Inc.             Rich and Betty Jordan         Elwood and Mary Kleaver      William and Rebecca Lathen
10      Donors
Basil Lattimer           Steven Love and Diane        Camille McCray               Michael Miller                                            Jane Falk Oppenheimer
Dale and Rose Lavigne      Ludgate
                         Dixon D. Low
                                                      Kevin and Debbie
                                                         McDonald
                                                                                   Nicholas Miller and Cathy
                                                                                      Silak
                                                                                                                N and Rhonda Naftz
                                                                                                                Robert
                                                                                                                                             Orange County Community
                                                                                                                                                Foundation
Robert and Deborah
  Law                    S. Del Low                   Mike McDonald                Walter Minnick and A. K.     Richard L. Napier            Marc Orcutt and Chantel
Diane Lawrence           Gregory N. Lucas             Teresa McDonald                 Lienhart-Minnick          Arlinda Nauman                  Tilton
Thomas and Mary Lay      Don W. and R. Bernice        Douglas and Sharon           David and Sandi Minshall     J. Craige and Toni Naylor    J. Keith Ormond
Gail Le Bow                Ludington                     McEwan                    Donald Mitchell              James and Linda Neeley       Owen and Janet Orndorff
H. Larry and Ilene       Elise G. Lufkin              James and Maureen            Michelle Mitchell            Hilarie Neely                F. Edward and Jeanne
  Leasure                William Lund                    McFadden                  Shawn Mitchell               David Negri                     Osborne
Robin Leavitt            Denise Lundy                 Patrick and Karen McGahan    Jeffrey and Jane Moeser      Doug and Billie Nelson       Charlotte S. Oslund
Tom and Briana           Glenn and Betty Lungren      John and Mary McGown         J. S. Molen                  Marcella Nelson              Eric and Marlys Osterhues
  LeClaire               Grace Lusk                   Nanette McGrath              Bill Molina                  Randall and Melissa Nelson   Erin O’Toole
Lisa Leff                Lyle Pearson Acura           John W. McHugh               Monge Realty &               Roger and Sharon Nelson      C.L. “Butch” Otter
David and Kirsten        Maureen and M. Lynch         Bryan and Hannah McKuin         Investments, Inc.         Ryan and Barbara Nelson      The Otter Foundation
  Lehman                 Marc and Maggie Lyons        James and Willa McLaughlin   Sarah D. Monk                Scott and Sara Nelson        Ryan and Heather Owsley
Madonna Lengerich                                     Robert McLaughlin            Monsanto                     Walter and Patricia Nelson
Blaine and Dixie Lenon
Ann Leonardo             M and Kathleen Maag
                                                      J. Michael and Theresa
                                                         McLeod
                                                                                   John and Beverly
                                                                                      Montgomery
                                                                                                                Robert and Harriet Netson
                                                                                                                Paul Nettleton
                                                                                                                                             P Steel & Recycling
                                                                                                                                             Pacific
Martin and               Gregory                      Brian McMahan                Ernest Fokes and Marilyn     Helen Newton                 Mark and Erin Page
  Susan Lesica           Todd Maddock                 Harold and Eva McMillian        Montgomery                Robert Nichols               Edward Palmieri
Debra and Jack Levin     Robert Magel                 Michael and Martha           Bob and Jeanie Mooney        Carol Nie                    Panhandle Alliance for
Brian Lewis and Renee    H.F. Magnuson Family            McMurray                  Michael and Karen Mooney     Jim Nieman                     Education Inc.
  Arst                     Foundation, Inc.           Michael and Kathryn          Basil and Susan Moore        Susan Nipp                   Michael and Cathryn
Donald and Marcia        Harry and Colleen               McNichols                 Christine Moore              Larry and Phyllis Nodler       Pankau
  Liebich                  Magnuson                   James and Carole             Christopher and Pam          Kathleen Noh                 Jerald and Carolyn Panko
Richard and Yvonne       Michele Magnuson                McWilliam                    Moore                     Herald and Donna Nokes       Don Pape
  Lierz                  Thomas and Betty Mahan       Evelyn Meany                 William L. and Mary Moore    David and Yoshie Nordling    Mike E. Paradis
Elsie Lillibridge        Gary and Kathleen Mahn       Anthony and Teresa Meatte    William B. Moore             Dick Norquist and Kathleen   Bonnie K. Parden
David Lindsay            Vicky Mainzer                Robert and Rita Mecham       W.H. Moore Company              Anderson                  Walter and Genevieve
Paul and Katie Link      Majors and Minors, Inc.      Melanie Medford              Jeffrey Morbeck              Wilhelm and Patricia           Paroni
Brad and Teresa Little   Jerry and Charlotte Mallet   Daniel Meeker                Carole Morgan                   Northrop                  John and Jackie Parrish
Brent & Laura Little     James and Sharon Manning     Meeting Systems, Inc.        Don and Diane Morgan         Northwind Computers, Inc.    Richard and Susan Parrish
  Foundation             C. B. Marcinkowski           Meridian Rotary Club         Jane Morgan                                               Craig S. Parry
David A. Little          Bernadine Marconi and        Cecilia M. Merz              Morgan Stanley                                            William A. Parsons
Irv and Trudy Littman
Brent and Carol Lloyd
                           Kenneth Howell
                         Vicki Markizon
                                                      Brian and Jill Meyer
                                                      Christopher and Sandra
                                                                                   Robert and Mary Lee
                                                                                      Morrell
                                                                                                                O O’Brien
                                                                                                                Dennis
                                                                                                                                             Carolyn D. Patrick
                                                                                                                                             Steve and Marylyn Pauley
William and Patricia     Corey and Kristie Marsh         Meyer                     Ann Morris                   Michael and Esther           Payette Lakes Ski Club
  Lodge                  Joseph and Patricia          Michaels of Oregon           Joseph and Lynn Morris         Ochsman                    Dallas Peck and Cynthia
David and Judith           Marshall                      Company                   Richard and Brenda           John and Norma Odiaga          Keller-Peck
  Lombardi               Roger and Claudia Martell    Micron Technology               Morrow                    Rebecca A. Offerdahl         Peco Foundation
Arthur and Dorothy       Jon Mathews                     Foundation, Inc.          Rodney Mortensen             Greg Ohrstrom                William and Kimberly Peel
  Long                   Kelly Matthews               Bruce Miewald and Claudie    Bev Moss                     Pamela A. Olsen              Mary Ann Pelkey
Jo-Ann Long              Gary Maxwell                    Gehring Miewald           Mount Harrison Heritage      Eric and Connie Olson        Tom Pemberton Insurance
Jodie Long               May Scholarship Fund         Chris and Kris Mikkelsen        Foundation                Kenneth L. Olson               Agency, Inc.
W.K. Long                Theodore and Jacqueline      Daniel Miller                Mountain Lakes Realty Inc.   John O’Meara                 Richard and Jodi Penn
Donald and Nancy           Maybach                    Daniel and Maxine Miller     Teresa Mullen                Brian O’Morrow and Kristen   Alan and Wendy Pesky
  Longwith               Clyde McNeal                 Harold Miller                Phillip and Anita Murelaga     De Boer                    Pesky Family Foundation
Brian and Karen Loosli   Warren and Bernie McCain     James and Laree Miller       Kingsley Murphy              Robert F. O’Neill            Candice Peterson
Robert and Ann Loucks    Bill and Lori McCann         John S. Miller               Vicki Murphy                 Skip and Esther              Dale and Mary Ellen
Don Louderbough          Tee McCovey                  Josephine N. Miller          Jo Murray                      Oppenheimer                  Peterson
                                                                                                                                                         Donors          11
                             Richard and Mary Ellen       John and Wendy Reilly       Steven Malek and Leanne    Shirley Severn               Judith and Richard Smooke
                               Pugh                       Kenneth and Pat Reiman        Rousseau                 Rogers Severson              Paula Smyly
                             Leonard Purdy                Dennis and Donna            Bryant and Valerie Rudd    Mary Sewell                  Mary Fran Soltman
                             Marie H. Putnam                Reinstein                 Alan and Roberta Russell   Louise Shadduck              Sony/ATV Music Publishing
                             Mark and Hillary Pyper       Malcolm and Carol Renfrew   Todd and Amy Rustad        Richard A. Shaffer              LLC
                                                          D.H. and Patsy Reynolds     Stephen and Dianne Ryan    Catherine Shalz              Patsy L. Sorenson
     Gina Peterson           Q                            Doug and Susan Rhymes
                                                          Norma Rich
                                                                                      Thomas and Pamela Rybus
                                                                                      Justin and Laura Rychak
                                                                                                                 Carl H. Shaver
                                                                                                                 David B. Shaw
                                                                                                                                              Phillip Soulen
                                                                                                                                              Gayle Speizer
     Shelly Peterson          Quality Evaluations, Inc.   Jean Richard                Thomas and M. Susan        Mary Jo Shaw                 Carmelita Spencer
     Steven Peterson          Kent and Cynthia            Joy Richards                  Ryder                    John Sheldon                 Craig and Jane Spencer
     Keith and Michelle         Quickstad                 Robert and Sally Richards                              Barbara Shelton              Mark Spenner
       Pettyjohn              Allen and Jolean Quimby     Virginia Ricketts                                      E. Sherman and Louise        Keith and Marsha Spiers
     Gae Peyron
     Marc Pfisterer
                              Timothy and Wanda Quinn Lawrence and Marsha Rigby
                              Bill and Suzanne Quirk      John E. Riley
                                                                                      S
                                                                                      Sabala Realty, Inc.
                                                                                                                   Regelin
                                                                                                                 Kenneth and Janet Sherman
                                                                                                                                              Frances Spofford
                                                                                                                                              Patricia Spofford
     Alex Phillips and                                    Shelley Rinella             Marilyn Sabella            Larry R. Shideler —          John G. St. Clair
       Rebecca Sall                                       Paul and Alexis Rippel      Rechelle Sahli               Investments                St. Luke’s Regional Medical
     C Blake Phillips        R
     Dale and Jackie Phillips Richard and Georgiann
                                                          Ritter Consulting
                                                          R. Lee and Antoinette
                                                                                      Maria Salazar
                                                                                      Salmon River Chamber of
                                                                                                                 Marion and Lorena Shinn
                                                                                                                 Michael and Gloria Shirley
                                                                                                                                                 Center
                                                                                                                                              Avis Stafford
     Sue Phillips               Raimondi                    Roberts                      Commerce                Susan Short                  Dan and Tana Stahn
     Physiotherapy P.A.       Robert and Carol Randall    Donn and Patricia Roberts   David and Anne Samuelsen Marilyn T. Shuler              Alan and Janette Stanek
     Picabo Livestock Co.,    Les Range and Eavester      Jack Y. Robertson           Mary Sanderson             Gail and Nannette Siemen     Ray and Linda Stark
       Inc.                     Simpson                   Robideaux Motors            David and Dayna Sanna      Rose Silak                   Jack and Katherene Starr
     Gary and Carol Pietsch   Kim Ransier                 Rebecca S. Robideaux        Constance Sathre           Margot and Richard Silver    State of Idaho
     William and Valerie Pihl Bette Rasmussen             Wynn and Jennifer Robison   Juanita Sathre             John and Susan Simchock      Norman C. Steadman
     Ed and Doris Pilkerton   Tod and Dani Rasmussen      Ausey and Janet Robnett     Joe Savola                 Don and Mary Jean Simis      Daniel and Amy Steckel
     Pinkerton Ranch Trust    Colette Rattner             Rocky Mountain Section of   Hayward and Karen Sawyer J.D. and Carrie Simplot        James A. Steele
     Margaret A. Plastino     Eric and Lisa Rawlings        the PGA                   Gregory J. Schade          Gay C. Simplot               Steele-Reese Foundation
     Larry Plott              Philip and Nancy Reberger Bob Roehl                     Craig Nicol and Jan        Paula Brown Sinclair         Harry and Suzanne Steger
     Ray Polk                 Recreational Equipment      Richard and A. Anita           Scharnweber             Pete and Rosalie Sisson      J. D. and LaPriel Stein
     Holly Ponath and Raino     Inc. (REI)                  Rognas                    John and Deborah Schenk    Sisters of Mercy             W. Clinton and Michelle
       Zoller                 Red Lion Downtown Boise Ronald Rohrer and               Rae Schiller               SKAL International Boise        Stennett
     J.B. Pontefract          Jeremy Redding                Catherine Jones           Robert and Ellen Schmand     S. Idaho                   Marti Stephen
     Curtis Pope              Diane Reed                  Scott Rolles                Father Joseph F. Schmidt   Norma Slade                  Robin and Nancy Stewart
     Richard B. Porter        Margaret W. Reed            Ben and Anna Rolphe         L.H. Schneider             David and Debbie Slaughter   Sue Stillman
     Potlatch Corporation       Foundation                Roman Catholic Diocese of   Schneidmiller Family       Smith Barney Charitable      Edward and Dorothy
     Robert and Hayley Potter Frederick and Deborah         Boise                        Foundation Inc.           Trust                         Stimpson
     J.H. Powell                Reed                      Diane Ronayne               Gary T. Schneidmiller      Carol E. Smith               Stimson Lumber Company
     Michael and Jane Powell Scott and Mary Lou Reed      James and Bette Roper       Gladys Schneidmiller       Casey Smith                  Thomas and Pamela Stocks
     Tom Powell               Philip and Jill Reed        Hazel Rose                  Marci Lynn Schreiber and   Dale and Victoria Smith      Russell and Jane Stoddard
     Marion Powers            Marjorie and D. Peter Reedy Candice Rosenberg              John Lundeby            Daniel Smith                 Michael Stoddard and
     Tom and Michelle         Susan B. Reents             Rosenberger Construction    Schwab Fund for Charitable Jordan and Mary Smith           Diane Minnich
       Praggastis             Spencer and Maryann Reese Cathy Rosera                     Giving                  Richard and June Smith       Debra Stoenner
     Ruth Pratt               E. Sherman and Louise       John and Karen Rosholt      Don and Barbara Scott      Loyce Smith                  Thomas P. Stoeser
     Donald and Rose Price      Regelin                   John Ross                   Greg Scott                 Martha H. Smith              John Stone and Kristine
     Park and Sharon Price    Regence Blue Shield of      Robert and Thelma Ross      J. L. and Pat Scott        Michael and Susan Smith         Ablin-Stone
     Marshall F. Priest         Idaho                     Vincent and Phyllis Rossi   Robert K. Seehusen         N. Randy and LaDean          Ron Storer
     Skip Priest and Tricia   Kristi Regotti              Steve Rost                  Fred and Nancy Seghi         Smith                      Charles and Patricia Story
       Bennett                Julie Reichel               Rotary Club of Boise-       Mary Ann Seitz-Hart        Randy Smith                  Kenneth and Teresa Stosich
     Thomas and MaryLou       Ami Reid                      Sunrise                   Jerome and Marcia Selig    Thomas W. Smith              Spencer and Evelyn Strand
       Puckett                Estelle Reid                Carlos and Debrah Roundy    Carol Severa                 Foundation                 Robert and Brittany Strebel
12      Donors
Paul and Peggy Street      Terry Thompson                United Way of King CountySara Watson                 Wyatt and Elizabeth
Brad Streeter
Edwin and Barbara
                           Pat Thorne
                           Phebe Thorne
                                                         United Way of Treasure
                                                            Valley
                                                                                  Wattis Dumke Foundation
                                                                                  Connie Weaver
                                                                                                                Williams
                                                                                                              David and Betty Willman
                                                                                                                                           In-Kind
  Strickfaden
Fred Stringfield
                           Thornton Byron LLP
                           Gail Thornton
                                                         University of Idaho—     Stephen Weeg and Nancy
                                                            Teaching Research Service
                                                                                    Greco
                                                                                                              Monte and Helen Wilson
                                                                                                              Randy and Deneen Wilson
                                                                                                                                           Donations
Student Loan Fund of       John and Jan Thornton         J. and M. Updyke         George and Anna Marie       David and Shannon Wimer      Boys and Girls Club of
  Idaho Marketing          Lavar and Wilma Thornton      Janeanne Upp               Weissbeck                 Rosemarie Wimer                Nampa
  Association, Inc.        Russell Thorstrom             US Bank                  Wells Fargo Bank            Jack and Mary Pat Winderl    Communication et al
Robert and Debra Suitter   Kiki Tidwell                                           Wells Fargo Community       Dennis M. Winward            Hewlett Packard
Sullivan and Associates,   Timberline High School—                                  Support Campaign          Tyson and Janelle Wise
  Inc.
Joan E. Sullivan
                             Associated Student Body
                             Fund
                                                         V                        Wells Fargo Foundation
                                                      Timothy and Debora Vallues Mark Wells
                                                                                                              James and Marlene
                                                                                                                Wogsland
                                                                                                                                           Human Rights Center in
                                                                                                                                             Coeur d’Alene
                                                                                                                                           Richard and Donna Hutter
Sunshine Cycling &         James and Cindy Todeschi   Kyle Van Cleave             Sheree Welshimer            Susan Wolford                Duane and Susan Jacklin
  Recreation               Alexander and Nicole       Diane Van Engelen           John M. Werdel              Barbara Wolverton            Greg and Donna Johnson
Roger and Yvonne             Toeldte                  Juno Van Ocker              Jerry and Connie West       The Woman’s Clinic           Dan Keller
  Swanstrom                Theodore Tokumoto          Klaas Vanden Beld           Marty and Julie Westbrook   Jeffrey Wood                 Irv Littman
Jon Swarthout              Bill and Barbara Tonkin    The Vanguard Group          Patrick Westcott            Douglas and Mary Lee         Todd Maddock
Tricia Swartling           Tourism Cares for          Eileen Varin                Western Union                 Wood                       Harry and Colleen
Steven and Laura Swayne      Tomorrow                 Jena Vasconcellos           Julie Weston                Mrs. Carl R. Woodburn          Magnuson
Benjamin and Judith        Stephen and Alyson         James Vavrek and Anne-      Joanne Wetherell            Sharon L. Woodhead           Nicholas Miller and Cathy
  Sweat                      Townsley                   Marie Lodge Vavrek        Graham and Donna            Gerald and MaryEllen           Silak
Bruce and Marilyn          Thomas F. Trail            Verby Ventures, Chartered     Wetherley                   Woodworth                  Jo Murray Public Relations
  Sweeney                  Treasure Valley Family     Chuck and Beth Vertrees     Jennifer Wheeler            William and Virginia         MPC Computer Bowl
Sylvan Creek Foundation,     YMCA                     Irene Victory               Joseph Whilden                Woolley                    Fred Orcutt, Enterprise
  Inc.                     Treasure Valley Lodging    Russell and Barbara Viehweg Gerald and Maryanne         World Cycle                    Technology, Inc.
R. A. and Nancy Symms        Association              Katherine S. Vogel            Whitcomb                  Thomas C. Wright             Robert Overstreet
                           Trebar, Inc.               Ronald and Kathleen Vogt    Alan J. White               Victoria Wright
T S. Tanner
George
                           Millie Tribolet
                           TriWest Healthcare Alliance
                                                      Jim and Jole Voulelis       Ken White
                                                                                  Scott White
                                                                                                              Tyler and Kristan Wymond
                                                                                                                                           Panhandle State Bank,
                                                                                                                                             Sandpoint
                                                                                                                                           Pend d’Oreille Winery,
James Tanner
John F. Tate
                           Stephen and Carol Trott
                           Nicholas and Tacia            W
                                                                                  H. James and Stephanie
                                                                                    White
                                                                                                              Y and Judy Yochum
                                                                                                              Paul
                                                                                                                                             Sandpoint
                                                                                                                                           Lindsey Pontius
Donald Tator                 Tsakrios                 Walter J. Wadman            Frank and Lynn Whittelsey   Gary and Ann Young           Power House Grill,
Riley Temple               Kathleen Tuller            Fred Wagahoff               Phillip Wickhoff            Youth Equestrian Education     Sandpoint
Barton and Patricia        The Tunney Foundation      Peter and Anne Wagstaff     Richard and Patricia         Center                      Shows, etc.
  Templeman                Harry and Gerry Turner     Raymond and Lynne             Wilcomb                   Ramona Yrazabal              Patrick Stoll Photography
Robert and Mary Templin    Raymond and Bonnie           Wahlert                   Gayle Wilde                                              St. Lukes Regional Medical
Ten Thousand Villages
  Boise
                             Turner
                           Twiga Foundation, Inc.
                                                      Marc and Nancy Sue Wallace Tom and Mary Glynn
                                                      Gerald A. Waller              Wilford
                                                                                                              Z Zanetti
                                                                                                              Lucille
                                                                                                                                             Center
                                                                                                                                           Wallace Inn
Terry Reilly Health                                   Robin and Mimi Wallis       Dean Wilke                  Zena Creek Ranch             Stephanie Worrell
  Services                                            Wal-Mart Foundation         Jeff and Carla Wilkins      Stephanie Zilk
Carolyn A. Terteling
Joe and Flinda Terteling
                           U
                           John and Julie Ukich
                                                      Wal-Mart Stores, Inc.
                                                      Jess and Harriet Walters
                                                                                  Kristina Wilkins
                                                                                  R. Mason and Gloria
                                                                                                              Zions Management Services    Although we make every effort
                                                                                                                Company                    to be accurate, mistakes are
Wayne and Peggy            Sarah Unger                Jeri Walz                     Wilkins
                                                                                                                                           sometimes made despite care
  Thiessen                 Thomas and Charlotte       Richard Wandrocke           James and Sally Will
                                                                                                                                           and good intentions. Please
Tom and Susan Thilo          Unger                    Warde Foundation            Beverly Williams
                                                                                                                                           notify us if you have a
Craig and Linda Thomas     United Heritage Life       Thomas Warde                The Williams Companies,
                                                                                                                                           correction: info@idcomfdn.org
David Thomas                 Insurance Company        Thomas Warde Charitable       Inc.
Gloria Jean Thomas         United Heritage Property &   Lead Trust                Melisa Williams
Debbie L. Thompson           Casualty Company         Washington Group            Robert and Michele
Henry Thompson             United Water                 International               Williams
                                                                                                                                                        Donors          13
                                    Information for Professional Advisors
                                                                                                                               Ten reasons people choose to give
                                                                                                                               through community foundations
                                                                                                                               one
THE CHALLENGE                                                 decisions structure gifts in a more strategic way. Many          We are a local organization
    Completing a charitable plan that meets the needs of      donors find starting a fund with ICF is a hassle-free and        with deep roots in the community.
each and every client can be time consuming. Your             attractive alternative to establishing a private foundation.
clients are counting on you for answers. By knowing                                                                            two
more about the possibilities of charitable giving which       PLANNED GIVING DESIGN CENTER                                     Our professional program staff
can offer specific tax benefits, you can help them achieve        In an effort to provide the tools you need to help your      has broad expertise regarding community issues and needs.
their financial, personal and business goals. In fact, by     clients make informed decisions regarding their
assisting your clients with planned giving that truly         charitable giving, ICF serves as the statewide sponsor of
                                                                                                                               three
integrates philanthropy with financial and estate             the Planned Giving Design Center (PGDC), a
                                                                                                                               We provide highly personalized service tailored to each
planning, you can help your clients to achieve critical       comprehensive interactive internet-based resource which          individual’s charitable and financial interests.
lifetime goals.                                               you can use to research, design, illustrate, and implement
    There are opportunities to assist your clients in         advanced charitable financial and estate planning                four
maximizing the personal benefits of giving when they are      strategies. Accessing this resource is fast, simple, and free.   Our funds help people invest in
making other major business, personal, and financial          Simply click on the link provided at ICF’s website               the causes they care about most.
decisions in connection with the following: (1) estate        www.idcomfdn.org or go to www.pgdc.com/icf. From
planning; (2) writing or revising a will; (3) sale of a       there you can explore the site and register to receive all       five
business or other major asset; (4) retirement planning;       the PGDC benefits. This resource includes tax rulings,           We accept a wide variety of assets and can facilitate even the
and (5) times of a financial windfall.                        sample documents, current planned giving news, and a             most complex forms of giving.
                                                              “Discussion Forum” where you can post questions and
TWO KEY QUESTIONS                                             engage in conversations with other financial advisors.           six
   One of the simplest and most important things you                                                                           We partner with professional advisors to create highly
can do to help your clients enjoy the benefits of planned     “TECHNIQUES”                                                     effective approaches to charitable giving.
giving is to ask these two questions:                             The Techniques newsletter is an income, estate, and
   “How much money do you want your heirs to have?”           gift tax service for attorneys and other financial advisors.
                                                              It is provided free of charge on a quarterly basis. It offers    seven
   “Are there charitable or community needs you would                                                                          We offer maximum tax advantage for most gifts under
like to consider?”                                            a new subject each quarter and a special section on “New
                                                                                                                               federal law.
                                                              Tax Developments” providing the practicing professional
HELPING YOUR CLIENTS                                          with valuable updates on news and events impacting tax
   ICF values our working relationship with financial         laws and policies. To receive Techniques by mail, please         eight
advisors. We can be a resource for you and a                  contact ICF at info@idcomfdn.org.                                We multiply the impact of gift dollars by pooling them with
philanthropic partner for your clients. The Foundation                                                                         other gifts and grants.
enables individuals, families, companies, and charitable      “TOOLS FOR GIVING”
organizations to make gifts, current or deferred, to             Created internally in ICF, this comprehensive                 nine
benefit the community.                                        publication serves as a reference for legal or financial         We build endowment funds that benefit the community
   ICF offers a variety of flexible giving options that can   advisors and their clients. Available in hard copy or            forever and help create personal legacies.
help your clients achieve maximum tax benefits. As a          electronically at www.idcomfdn.org, this book walks
resource, we can help facilitate family conversations         planners and clients through a decision process that             ten
about philanthropy. We offer our expertise to help            analyzes the different funds and different reasons to            We are a community leader, convening agencies and
donors find groups doing work they care about, and we         develop a connection with the Idaho Community                    coordinating resources to create positive change.
help donors who have already made their philanthropic         Foundation.


14       ICF
                          Comparing ICF with a Private Foundation

                          IDAHO COMMUNITY FOUNDATION                                                PRIVATE FOUNDATION

Length of Time            A fund is easy to establish and can be set up in as little as one day.    Can be time-consuming and expensive. Generally requires creation
To Establish                                                                                        of articles of incorporation, bylaws, and filing with the state and IRS.
                                                                                                    Usually requires the review of an attorney. The process can take more
                                                                                                    than three months.
Tax Benefits              A donor realizes maximum tax benefits.                                    Gifts may not receive as favorable tax treatment.

Excise Taxes              The fund does not pay excise tax. Therefore, there is more money          The private foundation pays excise tax on net investment income,
                          available for charity.                                                    including net capital gains.

Tax Preparation           No separate tax return to file for donors.                                Must file annual federal tax return, disclosing investments, grants,
                                                                                                    trustee fees, salaries, and other expenses.

Professional Oversight    Every fund benefits from well-qualified, professional staff and           Many private foundations are too small to afford staff and liability
                          responsible Board oversight and fiduciary responsibility. Each donor      insurance, or to benefit from reasonable investment fees.
                          receives an annual financial report on the activity of the fund, noting
                          distributions, income, and investment performance.

Professional Management   Highly qualified, professional management for the long term.              Succession plans guaranteeing sound, effective management can be
                                                                                                    difficult to formulate and execute.

Required Payout           None. Distributions may vary from year to year in accordance with         Must distribute 5% of net asset value annually.
                          ICF’s distribution policy.

Grant Requests            Experienced staff available to help evaluate potential grantees.          Must establish a process to evaluate and respond to grant requests.


Disclosure                While tax returns of ICF are public, the records of individual funds      Tax returns are public information and are entered into directories
                          are not, affording greater privacy in the operation of a fund.            for grant-seekers.

Administrative Costs      All of ICF’s services are provided at a very low cost (1% of the          Must bear all administrative costs, including staff salaries, benefits,
                          average fund balance for endowment funds, with scholarship funds          insurance, office space, equipment, legal and accounting expenses,
                          subject to a $250 minimum annual fee ). Costs are lower because           etc. Most experts agree that it takes a substantial asset base to justify
                          every fund shares in defraying total costs.                               the costs of creating and maintaining a private foundation.


The Bottom Line           The donor who creates a fund in the Idaho Community Foundation
                          can attain his or her philanthropic objectives and gain favorable tax
                          advantages while avoiding administrative costs and headaches.
                                                                                                                                                                     ICF        15
                                   New Funds in the Idaho Community Foundation
                                                                                                                          Established in 2006


     E N D OW E D F U N D S
• Basque Museum and Cultural Center Agency Endowment               • Idaho Nursing Scholarship                      • Bonnie and Tom Stitzel Advised Fund for
• Harv B. Bickett and Lucile Stevens Bickett Greatest Needs Fund   • Kalange Family Advised Fund                      Elementary Teacher Support
• George and Jean Cruickshank and Aunt Adis Little                 • Kids Klub Endowment Fund                       • Student Loan Fund of Idaho Marketing
  Scholarship Fund                                                 • John and Alberta Klingback Fund                  Association Scholarship Fund
• Betty Ann Diehl Greatest Needs Fund for Bonner County            • Todd G. and Patricia L. Maddock Fund           • Turn Around Scholarship
• Harold and Bertha Hadley Designated Fund                         • W.L. Shattock Scholarship                      • Raymond and Bonnie Turner Scholarship Fund
• Homedale Neighborhood Scholarship Fund                                                                            • Jack and Mary Pat Winderl Fund for At-Risk
                                                                                                                      Teenagers
                                                                    S P E C I A L P RO J E C T
 N O N - E N D OW E D F U N D S                                     FUNDS
• Blaine County Assistance Fund                                    • Lloyd and Tillie Arnold Special Project Fund   • Julia Davis Park Capital Campaign Special
• Ed and Susan Cutter Gift Fund                                    • Christmas Box Angel Special Project Fund         Project Fund
• Donald W. Jacklin Fund                                           • Early Childhood Care and Learning Fund         • Silver Creek Restoration Special Project Fund
• Thomas E. and Marilyn E. Kalange Family Fund                     • Friends of Teton Valley Special Project Fund   • Small Business Success Center Special Project Fund
• Kalange Family Philanthropic Gift Fund                           • Idaho House Special Project Fund               • Templeman Special Project Fund
• Nampa Christian School Technology Fund                           • Idaho Velodrome and Cycling Park Special
• Roger A. and Sharon M. Nelson Charitable                           Project Fund
  Foundation Fund
• North Idaho Family
  Literacy Project
• The Cathy R. Silak and
  Nicholas G. Miller
  Philanthropic Gift Fund
• Updyke Philanthropic
  Gift Fund
• Wood River Women’s
  Charitable Foundation
  Administrative Fund




16       Funds
                                    Individual Funds
                                                                                                          in the Idaho Community Foundation


ENDOWED                                            Dolores Chapman Greatest Need Fund—
                                                   2004
                                                   Established by family members Bob and Tena
                                                                                                      Tom and Alice Hennessey Fund—1992
                                                                                                      Charitable giving is directed at meeting needs
                                                                                                      statewide.
                                                                                                                                                       respond to the most pressing needs
                                                                                                                                                       throughout Idaho.
                                                                                                                                                       Betty Penson Memorial Fund—2002
FUNDS                                              Lokken of Boise, to honor this McCall
                                                   resident’s years of dedication and service to
                                                                                                      William and Glenn C. Janss Fund—1990
                                                                                                      Established by this Sun Valley couple, this
                                                                                                                                                       Created to memorialize the former Idaho
                                                                                                                                                       journalist, distributions support various
                                                   the Foundation and to Idaho, grants will           fund meets immediate and long-term needs         charitable organizations and projects.
                                                   support the area of greatest needs statewide.      throughout Idaho.                                Gordon C. and Frances B. Randall
                                                   Community Trust Fund—1989                                                                           Memorial Fund—1989
                                                   This fund was created by ICF to receive            Peter T. and Carolyn C. Johnson Fund—
                                                                                                      2002                                             Created in memory of this long-time Boise
 G R E AT E S T N E E D                            contributions from a wide range of donors.
                                                                                                      Created on behalf of this McCall couple, this    couple, distributions are directed at meeting
                                                   Contributors are assured that the distributions
 FUNDS                                             will be used in perpetuity to meet charitable      fund provides unrestricted funds to support a    needs throughout Idaho.
                                                   needs of Idaho.                                    wide variety of charitable projects throughout   Alice and John Roper Fund—1992
The donor’s gift can address ever-changing                                                            the state.                                       This fund continues the tradition of support
                                                   Deer Creek Endowment Fund—1995                                                                      for Idaho established by this Twin Falls
needs throughout Idaho (or any of ICF’s three                                                         Whit and Paula Jones Fund—1991
                                                   Lynn Campion-Waddell and Thomas B.                                                                  couple.
regions), including future needs that often                                                           This fund is designed to give maximum
                                                   Campion, Jr. established this fund in
cannot be anticipated when the gift is made.                                                          flexibility to meet community needs as they      Hollis Selders Memorial Fund—2003
                                                   collaboration with the Helen K. and Arthur E.
Greatest Need Funds that specifically benefit                                                         change over time.                                Created by family and friends in memory of
                                                   Johnson Foundation of Colorado and the
any of ICF’s three regions are listed on page 19                                                                                                       this Caldwell resident, grants will support a
                                                   Campion Foundation.                                Charles Stewart Mott Charitable Fund—
in the “Geographic Funds” section.                                                                                                                     wide variety of charitable needs throughout
                                                   Cally Galpin Fund—1997                             1990                                             Idaho.
J.A. & Kathryn Albertson Fund—1990
                                                   Created by this Ketchum resident, the fund         This fund was created as a challenge grant in
The late Mr. and Mrs. Albertson’s gift that
                                                   provides support for projects that best meet       recognition of the
created this fund was earmarked for broad
                                                   the state’s most pressing needs as they change     importance that
charitable giving throughout Idaho.
                                                   over time.                                         unrestricted giving has
Amalgamated Sugar Company Charitable                                                                  in a responsive
                                                   Alice Hennessey Greatest Need Fund—
Fund—1992                                                                                             community
                                                   2004
The distributions are aimed at meeting the                                                            foundation.
                                                   Established by ICF’s Board of Directors along
most critical needs of the state.                                                                     Richard B. & Susan
                                                   with colleagues and friends to honor this
Anonymous Fund I—1996                              Boise resident’s fifteen years of dedication and   S. Parrish Fund—
This fund, created anonymously, distributes to     service to the Foundation, distributions           2000
the Greatest Need Fund.                            provide ICF with the maximum flexibility to        Created by this Boise
Anonymous Fund III—1992                            meet community needs as they change over           couple, this fund
This fund distributes to the Greatest Need         time.                                              provides unrestricted
Fund.                                              Sheila Hennessey and Ern Blackwelder               funds to support a
Louise F. Beatty Memorial Fund—1999                Fund—1998                                          wide variety of
This fund memorializes this Boise resident         This fund was created by this former Boise         organizations
who was known for her long-time volunteer          couple to “give back” to communities in the        throughout Idaho.
work in the community.                             state where Sheila was raised.                     William and
Don J. Black Memorial Fund—1996                    Tip Hennessey Memorial Fund—2002                   Kimberly Peel Fund
Created by Louise F. Beatty, distributions are     Created to memorialize this former Nampa           for Idaho—2004
used to meet immediate and long-term needs         resident, distributions support the area of        Grants will enable the
throughout Idaho.                                  greatest needs throughout Idaho.                   Foundation to

                                                                                                                                                                                      Funds            17
Robert and Lucille Smylie Fund—1999                 John B. and Delores L. Fery Fund—1989              continue far into the future. Upon the death        Gladys E. Langroise Advised Fund—2000
Established by Idaho’s 23rd governor and his        Donor advice on use of the fund will continue      of the donors, distributions benefit a wide         Created by a bequest from this long-time
wife Lucille, the fund provides support in the      during the couple’s and their children’s           variety of organizations in Idaho and Nevada.       Boise resident, distributions are made
area of greatest need. Governor Smylie shared       lifetimes. Upon the death of the advisors, this    John William Jackson Fund—2000                      primarily to organizations that provide for the
in ICF’s success by participating in the very       fund will be placed in the unrestricted            Created to memorialize this young man who           health, education, and welfare of youth,
first meeting that eventually resulted in the       endowment of the Foundation.                       was tragically killed in a climbing accident,       including college students.
formation of the Foundation in 1988.                Richard C. and Shirley I. Fields Family            distributions support organizations that            Donald R. and Nancy Bowen Longwith
Ray and Linda Stark Fund—1997                       Fund—2003                                          provide opportunities to participate in sports      Advised Fund—2004
Created by this Boise couple, this fund insures     Established by this Boise couple, grants will be   activities, arts organizations, and organizations   Mr. and Mrs. Longwith retain the privilege of
flexibility in meeting immediate and long-          made upon the advice of the donors and their       involved in Boise and Taiwan international          advising on annual distributions during their
term needs throughout Idaho.                        children during their lifetimes. Subsequently,     student exchange.                                   lifetime. It will eventually convert to a
Troxell Greatest Need Fund—2003                     it will become a greatest need fund, providing     Kalange Family Advised Fund—2006                    designated fund benefiting selected
Grants enable the Foundation to respond to          the Foundation with maximum flexibility in         Created as a lasting perpetual legacy, this Boise   organizations in the Idaho Falls area and
the most pressing needs throughout Idaho.           meeting needs throughout Idaho.                    family will advise on distributions that will       Eastern Idaho.
Whittenberger Foundation Fund—1988                  The Fund for Joe’s Kids—1998                       assist charities that the family has found          Joe and Patty Marshall Family Fund—
This fund was established through a challenge       Created by the family and friends of the late      important in their lives and in their               2003
grant when the Foundation was created. The          Joe Cenarrusa, this fund ensures that the          communities.                                        Created by this Boise couple, this fund
fund was designed to enhance unrestricted           children’s programs he championed would            King’s Stores Fund—1999                             provides a permanent contribution to the
charitable giving.                                  continue in perpetuity.                            Created by the transfer of assets of the M.H.       quality of life in Idaho. The fund will be
                                                    Ralph and Mary Lynn Hartwell Family                King Foundation, the trustees of this private       advised by the donor’s family during their
                                                    Fund—1997                                          foundation advise on annual distributions.          lifetimes. Subsequently it will become a
                                                    This fund was established by the Idaho Falls       Grants are made to support charitable               greatest need fund providing maximum
                                                    couple with a gift of closely held stock. Mr.      activities in areas served by King’s Stores.        flexibility in meeting needs throughout Idaho.
                                                    and Mrs. Hartwell and their children retain
 A DV I S E D F U N D S                             the privilege of recommending grant
                                                    recipients during their lifetimes.
Donors can have ongoing involvement in the          Helpenstell Family Advised Fund—2004
use of their gift by retaining the privilege of     Established by this Nampa couple, this fund
participating in the selection of beneficiaries     ensures that their lifelong commitment to
of their fund, thereby addressing the issues        philanthropy will continue far into the future.
and needs they care about most.                     Upon the death of the advisors, distributions
Harry Bettis Fund—1991                              will provide annual operating support to three
This fund supports charitable activities            local charities.
throughout Idaho that meet current and              Homedale Neighborhood Scholarship
emerging needs. Upon the death of the               Fund—2006
advisors, this fund will be placed in the           Created to benefit the students of Homedale
unrestricted endowment of the Foundation.           High School, this fund will provide
Warren H. Brown Memorial Fund—2001                  scholarships to eligible students.
Created by the Warren H. Brown Family of            Hormaechea Family Fund—1992
McCall and the Payette Lakes Ski Club,              Advice on distribution from this fund,
distributions support youth Nordic and              established by Richard M. and Mary B.
Alpine skiing recreation activities at the Little   Hormaechea, is given by the donors. Upon
Ski Hill near McCall, Idaho.                        their deaths, funds will be transferred to the
Daugherty Foundation Fund for                       Foundation’s unrestricted endowment.
Children—1999                                       Albert H. and Juanita F. Huber Fund—
Created by this Idaho Falls private foundation      1995
to support organizations and programs               Established by this Jackpot, Nevada, couple,
serving children throughout Idaho. Trustees of      this fund ensures that their lifelong
the Daugherty Foundation act as advisors.           commitment to charitable activities will

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Bernie and Warren McCain Fund—1996                Suzanne C. and Robert P. Rainville                benefit the Valley County area. Trustees of the   Dave and Laurie Wall Fund—2004
Created by this long-time Idaho couple, this      Endowment Fund—2004                               Shelton Foundation act as advisors.               Created by this Sandpoint couple,
fund provides a permanent contribution to         The fund will be advised by this Boise couple     Howard and Georgia Shonk Simmons                  distributions support charitable organizations
the quality of life in Idaho. The donors and      during their lifetimes. Subsequently, it will     Fund—2005                                         and projects recommended by the donors
their daughters recommend grant recipients.       become a field-of-interest fund that benefits     Created by this Sandpoint couple, the fund        during their lifetimes. Subsequently, it will
                                                  children and young adults in foster care          supports charitable causes in Idaho.              become a field-of-interest fund to address
Merrill Lynch & Co. Foundation, Inc.              environments.                                                                                       charitable needs in the Sandpoint area.
Fund—1992                                                                                           Bonnie and Tom Stitzel Advised Fund for
                                                                                                    Elementary Teacher Support—2006                   Jack and Mary Pat Winderl Fund for At-
Distributions are made with the advice of the     Paul C. Rebholtz Memorial Fund—2003
resident vice president of the company’s          Created by Amy Rebholtz, along with family        This fund, created by this Boise couple, helps    Risk Teenagers—2006
Boise office.                                     and friends, to memorialize her late husband,     elementary school teachers buy necessary          Created by this Boise couple, this fund
                                                  distributions support charitable organizations    school supplies for their classrooms.             provides financial support to organizations
David L. and Yoshie K. Nordling Advised           and projects recommended by the advisors.                                                           that help teenagers who struggle with
                                                                                                    Student Loan Fund of Idaho Education              substance abuse, mental health issues, or are
Fund—2005
The fund, created by this Boise couple,           Robert and Dorothy Rebholtz Fund—                 Fund—2006                                         in need of alternative education programs or
                                                                                                    Distributions from this fund are granted to       after-school support.
supports charitable organizations and             1992
                                                                                                    institutions of higher education that serve
projects recommended by the advisors.             The donors chose the Foundation to carry out                                                        Lane Williams Memorial Fund—1993
                                                                                                    Idaho students. The distributions are re-
                                                  charitable activities on their behalf while                                                         This fund supports organizations providing
Arthur and Jane Oppenheimer Fund—                                                                   granted to qualifying students to provide
                                                  retaining the ability to help select                                                                sports and recreation opportunities for youth
1988                                                                                                financial assistance as they complete their
                                                  beneficiaries.                                                                                      in Blaine County.
This was the first fund created in the                                                              education.
Foundation by individuals. The donors             Richards Family Ministry Fund—2004                Archie B. Teater Fund for Children with
provide advice on distribution of grants.         Established by Thomas and Kirste Richards,        Disabilities—1994
                                                  formerly of Hayden and currently residing in
Carolyn Patrick Fund—2001                         Austria, distributions support charitable         This fund was established with the transfer        GEOGRAPHIC FUNDS
The fund is advised by this Emmett donor          organizations and projects recommended by         of assets—primarily artwork—from an
during her lifetime. Subsequently, it will        the donors and their family.                      existing nonprofit organization created at
become a field-of-interest fund for projects in   Jean E. Rolles Advised Fund—2005                  the request of the late artist. ICF continues     These are Field-of-Interest funds that are
Gem County.                                       This endowed fund was created in honor of         to sell the Teater paintings to provide           targeted to address needs in a particular
                                                  Mrs. Jean E. Rolles, who lives in Honolulu, by    donations to the fund. Grants benefit the         geographic area. Greatest need funds that
David and Vaniece Petso Family Fund—                                                                                                                  specifically benefit any of ICF’s three regions
                                                  her daughter, Kiki Tidwell, and is advised by     needs of youth in Idaho who have
1991                                                                                                                                                  are listed in this section.
                                                  Mrs. Rolles, Ms. Tidwell, and Miss Madison        disabilities.
Created to involve their children in                                                                                                                  Albertson’s Eastern Region Fund—1989
                                                  Tidwell.                                          The Terteling Company, Inc. Fund—1990
philanthropy, the family takes an active role                                                                                                         Established as one of the challenge grants
in recommending grant recipients.                 Harold E. Rumsey Fund—1994                        Advisors depend on recommendations of the
                                                  The donor and family members recommend            Regional Advisory Panels in making                made to each of the Foundation’s three
James A. Pinney Memorial Fund—1996                grant recipients.                                 distributions.                                    regions by the corporation, this fund was the
Established by the Erstad family to ensure                                                                                                            first to be matched on a dollar-for-dollar basis
                                                  Guy H. Shearer Memorial Fund—1995                 Wayne and Peggy Thiessen Family                   and now benefits charities in Eastern Idaho.
recognition of Ann Erstad’s great                 The late Mary Jane and Jim Kinney established     Foundation Fund—2003
grandfather’s contributions to the early          this fund to ensure recognition of her father’s   Created by this Boise couple, distributions
                                                                                                                                                      Albertson’s Northern Region Fund—1989
development of Boise, including his 1881          contribution to development of Twin Falls                                                           Distributions from this challenge grant benefit
                                                                                                    support charitable organizations and projects
election as the city’s ninth mayor and his        County as founder of Filer State Bank in 1908.                                                      charitable organizations in North Idaho.
                                                                                                    recommended by the donors’ family during
development of cultural programs in the           Their children, Mary Abercrombie and John         their lifetimes. Subsequently, it will become a   Albertson’s Southwestern Region Fund—
region through construction and operation of      Kinney, advise on annual beneficiaries during     greatest need fund, providing the Foundation      1989
the Columbia and Pinney Theaters. Grants          their lifetimes.                                  with maximum flexibility in meeting needs         Distributions from this challenge grant benefit
are made to theater arts groups in ICF’s                                                            throughout Idaho.                                 charitable organizations in Southwestern
Southwestern Region.                              Perc H. Shelton and Gladys A. Pospisil
                                                  Shelton Foundation Advised Fund—2004              Robert I. and Barbara Troxell Fund—               Idaho.
Praggastis Family Fund—2004                       This fund, established through the transfer of    1998                                              Leland D. Beckman Foundation Fund—
Distributions from this fund established by       assets of this private foundation, was created    Created by Mrs. Troxell, in part, to              1992
Tom and Michelle Praggastis of Sun Valley         by a bequest from these long-time McCall          memorialize her late husband, the fund is         Established by the trustees of this private
support charitable organizations and projects     residents. Distributions are made primarily to    advised by the trustees of The Troxell Fund,      foundation in Idaho Falls, grants assist
recommended by the advisors.                      charitable organizations and projects that        Inc., a private foundation.                       charitable activities in the Eastern Region.

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Harv B. Bickett and Lucile Stevens Bickett         Eagle Community Fund—1994                         George E. and Florence D. Grismer               Theodore E. Munson Fund—1996
Greatest Need Fund—2006                            Charitable organizations and projects in the      Greatest Need Fund for North Idaho—             Established by Bon Munson to memorialize
Created by this Idaho family, this fund provides   City of Eagle benefit from this fund.             2003                                            her late husband, the fund supports charitable
the Foundation with maximum flexibility in                                                           Established by this Wallace couple, the fund    needs in the Southwestern Region.
meeting the needs of the Magic Valley.             Donald W. and Gretchen K. Fraser                  is designed to give maximum flexibility to
                                                   Fund—1994                                                                                         Post Falls Community Fund—1999
Bitterroot Foxfire Teachers’ Network Fund                                                            meet needs throughout North Idaho as they       Created by a group of Post Falls leaders, this
                                                   Established through a charitable remainder        change over time.
for North Idaho—2004                               trust, the fund continues the commitment of                                                       fund supports a wide variety of projects in the
Created by this group of North Idaho teachers,     the Sun Valley couple to support charitable                                                       Post Falls area as recommended by a local
                                                                                                     Joseph Grismer M.D. Greatest Need
grants provide the Foundation with the             organizations that benefit Blaine County.                                                         advisory group.
                                                                                                     Fund for North Idaho—2000
flexibility to respond to changing community                                                                                                         Ethel R. and Ronald Rawlinson Fund—
                                                                                                     Created by this Wallace resident, this fund
needs in North Idaho.                              Greatest Need Endowment Fund for                  provides unrestricted funds to support a        1992
Jim and Barbara Cimino Fund—1992                   Eastern Idaho—2004                                wide variety of organizations in North          Established through a charitable remainder
Charitable organizations and projects in the                                                         Idaho.                                          trust to continue Dr. and Mrs. Rawlinson’s
Ketchum/Sun Valley area benefit from the
                                                   Greatest Need Endowment Fund for
                                                                                                                                                     lifelong commitment to the Emmett area,
generosity of this couple.                         North Idaho—2004                                  Duane and Lola Hagadone Fund—1998               grants are made in support of charitable
Betty Ann Diehl Greatest Need Fund for             Greatest Need Endowment Fund for                  Mr. and Mrs. Hagadone retain the privilege      organizations and activities that benefit Gem
                                                                                                     of advising on the annual distributions         County.
Bonner County—2006                                 Southwestern Idaho—2004
                                                                                                     during their lifetimes. The fund will
Created by this Sandpoint resident,                These three funds were created to receive gifts                                                   Robert W. and Carol A. Reed Fund—1992
                                                                                                     eventually benefit organizations in the four
distributions will be made to Bonner County        from anyone interested in helping to build                                                        Established to further this pioneer family’s
                                                                                                     northern counties of Bonner, Boundary,
nonprofit organizations and educational            permanent endowment funds for any of                                                              tradition of philanthropy, the fund benefits
                                                                                                     Kootenai, and Shoshone.
institutions upon recommendation of the            ICF’s three regions. Distributions from each                                                      charities and their activities in the Magic
Northern Region Advisory Panel.                    of the funds benefit only the specific region.    Ifft Eastern Region Fund—1989                   Valley.
                                                                                                     Sara Ifft and her late husband, Nick,           Earl C. and Harriet Reynolds Fund—1990
                                                                                                     established one of the Foundation’s earliest    This fund was created by Mr. Reynolds, in
                                                                                                     funds to provide grants in support of           part, as a memorial to his late wife.
                                                                                                     charitable organizations and activities in      Distributions are dedicated to the support of
                                                                                                     Eastern Idaho.                                  charitable organizations in the Southwestern
                                                                                                                                                     Region.
                                                                                                     Ifft Foundation Fund—2001
                                                                                                     Created through the transfer of the assets of   Tom and Sheila Richards and John and
                                                                                                     this private foundation which was               Joy Richards Fund—1991
                                                                                                     established in 1984 by Sara Ifft and her late   Grants are made for projects recommended by
                                                                                                     husband, Nick, distributions benefit projects   the Northern Region Advisory Panel.
                                                                                                     in Southeastern Idaho and the Greater           Jim and Bette Roper Fund—1990
                                                                                                     Pocatello area.                                 Established by this lifelong Idaho couple,
                                                                                                     Lex and Celia Kunau Fund—1998                   grants support a broad range of charitable
                                                                                                     Created by this Burley couple, distributions    activities in the Southwestern Region
                                                                                                     are used to support charitable activities in    Rogers and Hazel Rose Fund—1995
                                                                                                     Cassia County. The Kunaus advise on the         Established by this Idaho Falls couple,
                                                                                                     annual beneficiaries during their lifetime.     distributions benefit charitable needs in
                                                                                                     Harry and Colleen Magnuson Fund—                Eastern Idaho.
                                                                                                     1990                                            John and Carmelita Spencer Fund—1990
                                                                                                     The fund targets charitable organizations       Established to memorialize her late husband,
                                                                                                     and activities in the City of Wallace.          the fund supports charitable needs in the
                                                                                                     Wendell P. and Barbara J. Marshall              Northern Region.
                                                                                                     Family Trust Fund—1994                          Curtis Turner Memorial Fund—1992
                                                                                                     The fund established by this Pocatello          Established by Harry Turner to ensure
                                                                                                     couple benefits charities in the                recognition of his father’s contribution to the
                                                                                                     Eastern Region.                                 development of Twin Falls and the

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                                                                                                  Silver Creek Restoration Special Project Fund
surrounding area, grants are made to charities    Agnes Barrick Fund for the Children’s                                                                Fund creator: Nick Purdy, Picabo
in the Magic Valley.                              Home Society of Idaho—2002                                                                                 Fund type: Special Project
H.R. and Betty Weston Fund—1998                   Created through the bequest of this former
Created to support a wide variety of              Rexburg resident for whom the welfare of
organizations in the Treasure Valley area, Ms.    children was a primary concern, distributions
Weston retains the privilege of advising on the   provide permanent annual income to the
annual beneficiaries during her lifetime.         Children’s Home Society of Idaho.
Women’s Gift Alliance Endowment                   Board Brothers Fund—1993
Fund—2004                                         Proceeds are used for structural maintenance
The alliance and fund were created to expand      of the historic Emmanuel Episcopal Church
the number of women involved in directed          in Hailey.
and informed philanthropy in North Idaho          Pete and Freda Cenarrusa Fund—2004
and the surrounding area, and to demonstrate      Created by this Boise couple, this fund
the significance a group of investors can have    provides a permanent source of support to
in bringing positive change to our                selected organizations.
communities. $250 of each member’s annual
dues is allocated to this permanent               Annie Chalfant Designated Fund—2006
endowment fund in which the annual                Created by this Boise resident, distributions
distribution will provide additional support      from this Legacy fund will provide
for the collective grant recommended by the       scholarships for Idaho high school girls who
membership each year.                             attend Syringa Girls State, support the
                                                  Treasure Valley YMCA Youth Government
                                                  program, and create a scholarship recognizing   Sharon and Nick Purdy.
                                                  graduating Boise High School student leaders.
                                                  Robert L. Cook Memorial Fund—1997                  When asked what makes Silver Creek Restoration Special Project Fund
 D O N O R D E S I G N AT E D                     Created to memorialize a long-time resident     creator Nick Purdy comfortable with his partnership with ICF, he said,
 FUNDS                                            of Idaho Falls and his support of needy         “The Silver Creek Restoration Project requires the generosity of people
                                                  individuals during the holiday season, grants
                                                  are made to the Idaho Falls Goodfellows.        interested in protecting the environment and in creating habitat for
Donors can direct their gift to a specific
nonprofit organization or group of                Robert L. (Tony) & LaDean J. Copeland           wildlife. People are very interested in helping financially with this work
organizations such as a senior center,            Endowment Fund—2000                             but they want to have confidence that their money will be administered
museum, or virtually any nonprofit charitable     Created by this Lewiston couple, this fund      wisely. The ICF gives our world-wide donors that confidence and comfort.
organization.                                     provides annual operating support to two
                                                  local charities.                                   “Silver Creek,” according to Purdy, “is one of the wonders of the world
Anonymous Fund IV—2000
At the request of the fund creator, details       Endowment for Meridian School’s                 when it comes to fishing. Also of great importance is the diversity of
about this endowment fund will not be             Reading Improvement Program—2000                insects, birds, water fowl, and mammals it supports, and of course, its
disclosed until after his/her death.              Created by Roy Montague, Star, distributions    natural beauty. It also contributes water for raising abundant crops for the
Assistance League of Boise Endowment              will be used to support innovative reading
                                                  programs in the Meridian School District.       valley. In the last three years the stakeholders that use the creek for
Fund—2000
Several members of this nonprofit                 Robert P. and Mary H. Evans Fund—               recreation have dedicated nearly a quarter of a million dollars in cash and
organization created this fund to provide         1992                                            pledges to improve and restore Silver Creek. It simply wouldn’t be possible
ongoing support for its charitable programs.      Proceeds are designated for distribution in     without an organization like ICF to collect and administer the funds and
Agnes Barrick Fund for the CASI                   support of the St. Nicholas Catholic School
                                                  in Rupert.                                      make everyone feel comfortable about the process.” Neighboring
Foundation—2002
Created through the bequest of this former        Roger and Sybil Ferguson Fund—1990              landowners like Nick and Sharon Purdy, are working along side the Nature
Rexburg resident who cared deeply for the         Madison County Senior Citizens are              Conservancy to protect almost 10,000 acres of the Silver Creek Valley
welfare of children, distributions provide        beneficiaries of this gift with proceeds        through conservation easements, making Silver Creek one of the country’s
annual support for the CASI Foundation for        disbursed annually to the organization’s
Children.                                         Board for use in meeting critical needs.        most successful examples of community-based conservation.

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Fund for the Cross at Table Rock—1999           Eugene and Joan Hagedorn’s                        City of Idaho Falls Parks and Recreation          Esther Simplot Performing Arts Academy
Created by Rich and Betty Jordan of Boise,      Cottonwood Benedictine Monastery                  Division to be used for beautification of the     Endowment Fund—1992
annual distributions are used for maintenance   Fund—2005                                         public parks.                                     Distributions from this fund established by
and repairs of this Boise landmark.             This fund was created to support the North        Todd G. and Patricia L. Maddock Fund—             J.R. Simplot are disbursed regularly to defray
Jeremy Gray and Bron Roberts Fund—              Idaho Cottonwood Benedictine Monastery            2006                                              operating costs of the Academy named for
2000                                            building or the Monastery’s greatest needs.       Named for this Lewiston resident and his late     his wife.
Created by this Boise couple, distributions     Barry L. Keller Music and Museum                  wife, this fund ensures long-term support of      Southern Idaho Learning Center Fund—
provide long-term support for Boise State       Fund—2002                                         the Lewiston City Library.                        1998
University’s scholarship program, Idaho         Created through the bequest of this long-time                                                       The fund was created by the late Hermon King
Public Television, Idaho Public Radio, and      Pocatello resident, distributions provide         Warren E. and Bernie McCain Fund—                 of Burley to provide an annual gift to this
Planned Parenthood of Idaho, Inc.               annual support to the South Bannock County        1990                                              Twin Falls organization serving individuals
Harold and Bertha Hadley Designated             Historical Center, Inc., St. John’s Episcopal     Proceeds are made available to the Warren E.      with learning disabilities.
                                                Church in Idaho Falls, and the Idaho Falls        McCain Middle School in Payette for use at
Fund—2006                                                                                         the discretion of school administrators.
                                                                                                                                                    Gilbert C. and Jane B. St. Clair Fund—
This fund was established to ensure long-term   Symphony.                                                                                           1997
support of the Star Community Church, Little    Maxine Elliott Kussy Forget Me Not                Susan Michelbacher Memorial Fund—                 Created by Mrs. St. Clair, in part as a
Miracles Preschool and Kindergarten in Star,    Fund—1998                                         2003                                              memorial to her late husband, distributions
Idaho and the Quaker Hill Conference and        Created by this long-time Idaho Falls resident,   Established by Bert Michelbacher of Idaho         are divided equally between All Saints’
Retreat Center in McCall, Idaho.                distributions provide an annual gift to the       Falls as a memorial to his wife, grants to the    Episcopal Church in Boise and the Idaho
                                                                                                  Idaho Falls Goodfellows provide support for       Youth Ranch in Rupert.
                                                                                                  needy individuals during the holiday season.      Nif and Sue Sullivan Fund—1998
                                                                                                                                                    Distributions provide an annual gift to Hope
                                                                                                  Del Moore Fund—1998                               House, a shelter in Marsing established to
                                                                                                  Created through a gift of land in Idaho           help children needing a warm, caring
                                                                                                  County, proceeds from the sale of the land        environment.
                                                                                                  will be used to create a fund to benefit two
                                                                                                  Grangeville nonprofit organizations.              Weiser River Trail Fund—2000
                                                                                                                                                    Created by Patricia Pontefract of Boise, this
                                                                                                  Mt. Harrison Heritage Foundation                  fund supports development of the Weiser
                                                                                                  Endowment Fund—1999                               River Trail.
                                                                                                  Created by the late Hermon King of Burley,
                                                                                                  annual distributions provide operating
                                                                                                  support for the performing arts center. Mr.
                                                                                                  King invited others to join him in building
                                                                                                  this permanent endowment for the
                                                                                                                                                     FIELD-OF-INTEREST
                                                                                                  performing arts center.                            FUNDS
                                                                                                  Almeda Oglesby Fund—1999                          Donors can target their gift to address needs
                                                                                                  Created through the bequest of this long-time     in an important area of community life.
                                                                                                  Lewiston resident, distributions are designated
                                                                                                  to purchase books for the Lewiston Public         Elinor Angelo Fund—2000
                                                                                                  Library.                                          Created by Barbara Troxell, Boise, in honor of
                                                                                                                                                    her niece, grants support programs that
                                                                                                  Rogers and Hazel Rose Fund for Eastern            advance or encourage reading either by adults
                                                                                                  Idaho Technical College—1999                      or children in ICF’s Southwestern Region.
                                                                                                  Created by this Idaho Falls couple, this fund     Assistive Technology Endowment Fund—
                                                                                                  provides annual support for scholarships and
                                                                                                                                                    1997
                                                                                                  maintenance needs at the College.
                                                                                                                                                    Created by the transfer of funds from an
                                                                                                  Rogers and Hazel Rose Fund for KISU               existing ICF special project fund, this
                                                                                                  Public TV—1997                                    fund ensures annual support for programs
                                                                                                  The fund was created by this Idaho Falls          providing assistance to individuals with
                                                                                                  couple to provide permanent annual income         disabilities who need assistive
                                                                                                  to this charitable organization.                  technology devices.
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Boo Bushell Youth in the Performing                Fund for a Better Life for North Idaho
Arts Fund—1999                                     Kids—1999
Created in memory of Boo Bushell, grants           Created by James and Marlene Wogsland,
provide scholarships to Blaine County              grants are made upon the advice of the
secondary school graduates wishing to pursue       donors to support programs and
theater arts, to provide scholarships to Camp      organizations in Benewah, Bonner,
Little Laugh, and to assist special projects       Boundary, Kootenai, and Shoshone counties
which enhance performing arts opportunities        which serve young children and their
for youth in Blaine County.                        families and focus on the prevention of
                                                   juvenile delinquency.
Chesbro Family Music Fund—1992
This fund supports and enhances music in the       Geography Knowledge Fund—1992
Eastern Region. During their lifetimes, it is      Linda Grable-Curtis established this fund to
advised by the daughters of Joan Chesbro.          further the study of geography by Idaho
                                                   students. She and her husband advise on the
Children’s Charities of Idaho—1990                 beneficiaries.
Organizations throughout Idaho meeting the
needs of children in the areas of health,          Margaret E. Gigray Fund for
education, recreation and the arts benefit from    Philanthropy—1999
this fund.                                         Created in memory of this long-time Idaho
                                                   philanthropist and founding ICF Board
Curtis Critter Rescue Fund—1999                    member, distributions support organizations
Created by Linda-Grable Curtis, Boise,             and activities that promote philanthropy
distributions support programs in the fields of    throughout Idaho.
research, health maintenance, and rescue of
small animals.                                     Green Giant Community Fund—1991
Betty Ann Diehl Fund for Music and Arts            Organizations meeting the needs of
Education—2003                                     disadvantaged youth, or those addressing
Established by this Sandpoint resident to          issues of hunger, benefit from this fund.
                                                   Grants are made in the geographic area in        Kenlon P. and Carol J. Johnson Fund—              Herbert D. McAvoy Fund—1996
support music and arts education for students                                                       1992                                              Established through a bequest by this Coeur
served by the Lake Pend Oreille School             which growers supplying the Buhl company
                                                   are located.                                     The fund helps purchase clothing for needy        d’Alene resident, the fund benefits educational
District, the Panhandle Alliance for Education                                                      children in the Eastern Region.                   needs in Kootenai County.
advises on the beneficiaries of the Fund.          Idaho Community Foundation Anti-                 Leslie K. Kiehn Memorial Fund—1999                Jeanette S. Miller Fund for the Fort Hall
Walter and Leona Dufresne Fund—1997                Poverty Endowment Fund—2002                      Created in memory of this Eagle resident,         Reservation—1999
Created by the transfer of assets from a private   Created through the conversion of a fully        distributions support programs dealing with       Distributions from this fund, created by this
foundation, distributions provide scholarships     expendable fund created by the Northwest         women’s and children’s issues. Leslie’s           Washington, D.C. resident and Idaho native
and grant support for the prevention of child      Area Foundation, distributions assist ICF’s      husband and eventually her two sons will          who grew up in Blackfoot and Idaho Falls to
abuse, crime prevention, promotion of the          efforts to alleviate poverty throughout Idaho.   advise on the annual beneficiaries of the fund.   memorialize her father, Dave Segal, and
fine arts, the elimination of poverty, and the     Idaho Community Foundation Youth                                                                   family friend, Mary Arnquist, support
                                                                                                    John and Alberta Klingback Fund—2006
enhancement of scientific research.                                                                                                                   charitable activities on the Reservation with an
                                                   Trust Fund—1992                                  Established through transfer of a trust, grants
Roger and Sybil Ferguson Education                 Established by ICF to respond to needs of        benefit senior citizens in Gem County.            emphasis on children and the elderly.
Fund—1991                                          disadvantaged and homeless youth between         Sara Maas Fund—1995                               Charlotte S. Oslund Fund—1999
Established to benefit innovative educational      12 and 18 years of age, the Foundation           Established through a charitable remainder        Created by this Boise resident to support
programs in Madison County schools, the            encourages gifts to this fund of any size,       trust, the fund benefits worthwhile needs in      special projects and activities for schools and
Fergusons participate in the selection of          from any source.                                 Boise with preference given to programs           libraries in communities with populations of
worthy projects to be supported.                   Idaho Education Access Fund—2005                 supporting the arts.                              less than 3,000, Ms. Oslund advises on the
Fortissimo Fund—2003                               This fund was established to support access                                                        annual beneficiaries of the Fund.
                                                                                                    Majors and Minors Fund—2005
Created and advised by Paula Brown Sinclair,       to post-secondary education for underserved      This fund was established to keep the nine-       Peaceful Settlements Foundation Fund—
Twin Falls, grants are made to promote the         students and to encourage students to            foot piano originally donated by the Majors       1998
live performance of classical music in the         complete their degree or certification           and Minors, Inc., concert-ready and in            When an existing organization dissolved, the
Twin Falls area.                                   programs in Idaho.                               good repair.                                      remaining assets were given to ICF to create a
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permanent fund to provide education and                                                                                                                Emmett Public Library Children’s
services to citizens of Idaho addressing the                                                                                                           Endowment—2000
prevention, management, and/or peaceful                                                                                                                Created by the Library, this fund provides
resolution of conflict.                                                                                                                                annual support for its children’s programs.
Frank and Dorothy Peavey Memorial                                                                                                                      Family Practice Residency of Idaho
Fund—2000                                                                                                                                              Fund—2004
Created in memory of this Boise couple, half                                                                                                           This fund was established to provide a
of the available distribution each year is                                                                                                             permanent base of support for this
divided equally among five designated                                                                                                                  organization which trains medical school
organizations with the remainder being                                                                                                                 graduates to become outstanding family
granted to organizations and programs that                                                                                                             physicians serving the citizens of Idaho,
support the arts, the environment, the                                                                                                                 especially in rural areas and where
homeless, or the mentally ill.                                                                                                                         populations are underserved.
Jane Sandy Fund—1995                                                                                                                                   Family Services Alliance of Southeast
Established by transfer of a trust created in                                                                                                          Idaho Endowment Fund—2004
1963, grants are made statewide in support of                                                                                                          Created by this Pocatello agency, distributions
programs serving disadvantaged youth.                                                                                                                  support its services which include providing
Troxell Small Community Library Fund—                                                                                                                  shelter and advocacy for victims of sexual
2005                                                                                                                                                   assault and domestic violence.
This fund was created to benefit small                                                                                                                 First Presbyterian Church of Idaho Falls
community libraries in the Southwestern                                                                                                                Fund—1995
Region of Idaho.                                                                                                                                       Established through transfer of a trust,
Lynn and Frank Whittelsey Fund—2000                                                                                                                    distributions support programs as designated
Created by this Sun Valley couple, the fund                                                                                                            by trustees of the Idaho Falls church.
initially benefits three designated charities. As                                                                                                      Foundation for Idaho History
it grows, it will broaden its scope to include a                                                                                                       Endowment Fund—2003
wide range of projects in Blaine County.                                                                                                               This fund was created to provide a permanent
Miles and Virginia Willard Fund—1992                                                                                                                   source of funds to help the Idaho State
Established by Mrs. Willard and her late            Aid for Friends Endowment Fund—1997                 Boise Philharmonic Association Fund—           Historical Society preserve the State’s heritage.
husband, grants support youth services and/or       Established to assure ongoing operating             1990                                           Friends of the McCall Public Library
arts organizations in Eastern Idaho.                support for this Pocatello organization which       This fund was established to assure ongoing    Endowment Fund—2004
Ed F. Winn Fund—1993                                serves the homeless and low-income                  operating support for the Boise Philharmonic   This fund provides a permanent source of
Established through transfer of a trust, grants     individuals.                                        Association.                                   income for the special projects of the McCall
benefit the homeless and disadvantaged in           Mary V. Arnold Fund for the Idaho Falls             Bonner County Historical Society               Public Library.
Bonneville County.                                  Symphony—1997                                       Endowment Fund—2004                            Friends of the Nampa Public Library
                                                    Created by the transfer of an existing trust, the   This fund was created to provide a permanent   Endowment Fund—1995
                                                    fund provides annual support to the Idaho           source of funds to help the organization       This fund was established to assure ongoing
                                                    Falls Symphony.                                     preserve the Bonner County’s heritage.         support for operation of the Nampa Public
 AG E N C Y                                         Basque Museum and Cultural Center                   Caldwell Fine Arts Series Endowment            Library.
 E N D OW M E N T F U N D S                         Endowment Fund—2006                                 Fund—1990                                      Friends of Zoo Boise Endowment Fund—
                                                    Established by the Basque Museum and                This fund was established to assure ongoing    2003
Nonprofit organizations can establish an            Cultural Center, annual distributions support       operating support for the Caldwell Fine Arts   This fund provides annual operating support
agency fund through ICF to build their              this museum’s objective to preserve Basque          Series.                                        for Zoo Boise.
endowment, ensuring long-term annual                history and culture.                                Camp Hodia Endowment Fund—1998                 Humphreys Diabetes Center Endowment
support for the future, participate in a larger     Boise Cooperative Preschool Endowment               Created by Idaho Diabetes Youth Programs,      Fund—2000
investment pool and enhance their ability to        Fund—2003                                           Inc., this fund provides annual operating      Created by this Boise nonprofit organization,
accept large and complex gifts.                     Created by this nonprofit school, funds help        support for the camp serving Idaho youth       this fund helps provide ongoing operating
                                                    provide for its ongoing operating needs.            with diabetes.                                 needs.

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                                                                                                  CASA—
Idaho Association of Family and                   Marshall Public Library Endowment
                                                                                                  Court Appointed Special Advocates for Children
Consumer Sciences Endowment Fund—                 Fund—1991                                                                                Grant Recipient in all three ICF Competitive Regions
2004                                              This fund was created to assure ongoing
This fund was established to provide a            operating support for the Marshall Public
permanent base of support for this statewide      Library in Pocatello.
nonprofit organization of professionals & pre-    McCall Memorial Hospital Foundation
professionals that leads, educates, informs and   Endowment Fund—2004
brings people together to improve the lives of    This fund was established to provide annual
Idaho citizens.                                   operating support for McCall Memorial
Idaho Black History Museum                        Hospital.
Endowment Fund—1998                               Panhandle Alliance for Education
Distributions are used for the maintenance of     Endowment Fund—2003
the historic building which houses the            The Panhandle Alliance for Education, an
museum.                                           organization promoting excellence in
                                                  education and broad-based community
Idaho Falls Ducks Unlimited Fund—                 support, created this fund for the Lake Pend
1995                                              Oreille School District.
Established through transfer of a trust,          Pocatello Zoo Endowment Fund—2002
distributions support programs designated by      This fund will assure ongoing support for the
the board of the Idaho Falls organization.        Pocatello Zoo.                                     “There are no more important decisions I make as a judge than those in child
Idaho Humanities Council Education                Portneuf Greenway Foundation                    protection cases. I need help in making these important decisions. The CASA can
Programs Fund—2001                                Endowment Fund—1998
This fund was created to support the Council’s    Distributions are used for expansion and        share with me what is best for the child, from the child’s point of view. If the
various education programs.                       maintenance of the Portneuf Greenway in         decision is made to remove a child from his/her parents or leave him/her there, it is
                                                  Pocatello.                                      being made with the best possible information.”
Idaho Humanities Council Endowment
Fund—2000                                         Sacajawea Interpretive, Cultural, and                                           Bryan K. Murray, Juvenile Judge, Pocatello, Idaho
Created by this nonprofit organization, this      Education Center Endowment Fund—
                                                  2001                                               In 2006, the state CASA Program trained 137 CASA/GALs. Each is actively
fund provides annual operating support for its
activities.                                       This fund was created to accumulate funds for   taking cases joining the ranks of the other approximately 453 volunteers
                                                  future operating support. The Center, located   throughout the state. These volunteer guardians serviced 3,017 children in
Idaho Museum of Mining and Geology                in Salmon, is the main feature of a group of
Endowment Fund—1994                               sites that interpret the longest overland       protection cases last year. Guardians are also servicing many carry-over cases
This fund was established to assure ongoing       portion of the Lewis and Clark Expedition and   from past years. Costs are approximately $1,800 for initial and on-going
support for operation of the museum at the        commemorates the story of Sacajawea.
Old Idaho Penitentiary site in Boise.                                                             training of Guardians. “It is an expensive, but necessary expense, said Vicky
                                                  Salmon Elk’s Lodge #1620 Trust Fund—            Hadley, executive director of the 6th Judicial District CASA program. “We
Junior League of Boise Endowment                  1999
Fund—2002                                         This fund provides annual operating support     have children who had been diagnosed socially and academically
This civic group created this fund to assure      to carry out the Elk’s charitable mission.      unredeemable who have excelled in both areas with the encouragement and
ongoing support for its projects that improve     Stanley Sawtooth Meditation Chapel              help of strong volunteers.
lives in the Treasure Valley community.
                                                  Endowment Fund—1997                                “We have a teenager who was on the road to failure who is now an honor
The Kids Klub Endowment Fund—2006                 This fund provides a permanent source of
The fund ensures ongoing support for the Kids     funds to maintain this historic building in     student and participating in a Jr. Miss America pageant in another state. One
Klub organization in Grangeville.                 Stanley.                                        teenage girl told the judge that when she grew up she wanted to be just like
Learning Lab, Inc. Endowment Fund—                Terry Reilly Health Services Endowment          her CASA Guardian. Are we comfortable with our relationship with the
1997                                              Fund—2001                                       Idaho Community Foundation? The money we receive from the Idaho
Established to ensure permanence for gifts to     Created by this Treasure Valley agency,
this organization, distributions support its      distributions help support its services which   Community Foundation has helped make these good works possible. We are
ongoing operating needs.                          provide access to quality health care—          very comfortable and deeply appreciative of the hope provided by ICF grants
                                                                                                  throughout the state.”
                                                                                                                                                                         Funds          25
particularly to those who are uninsured, poor,     Mary Fran Aguirre Academic Scholarship            Daugherty Foundation - ISU Education          Eastern Idaho Technical College
living in rural areas, non-English-speaking,       Fund—1998                                         Scholarship Fund—1991                         Scholarship Fund—1993
homeless, or face other barriers to getting        Created by Felipe Aguirre in honor of his wife,   This fund recognizes Idaho students at the    Established by the Daugherty Foundation,
needed care.                                       this fund provides scholarships to graduating     junior level or above at Idaho State          scholarships benefit students attending
Treasure Valley Family YMCA Cooper                 seniors of Mountain Home High School.             University who meet high                      Eastern Idaho Technical College at Idaho Falls.
Wilcomb Fund—2002                                  Boise Branch, American Association of             academic standards.                           Ted Ellis Scholarship Fund for the Boys
Created in memory of Cooper Wilcomb who            University Women Inez Robb                        Downey Lions Club Fuhriman Memorial           and Girls Club of Ada County—2000
lost his life in an accident at age 12,            Scholarship Fund—1997                                                                           Created by KeyBank in recognition of the
distributions assist youth programs which he
                                                                                                     Scholarship Fund—1999
                                                   This fund was created to memorialize the          Created by this organization, this fund       efforts made on behalf of needy children by
enjoyed at the Treasure Valley Family YMCA.        former journalist who bequeathed funds to                                                       this retired Key Bank executive who then
                                                                                                     provides scholarships to graduating seniors
Treasure Valley Family YMCA                        the organization to provide scholarships to       of Marsh Valley High School.                  became mayor of Garden City, distributions
Endowment Fund—1993                                Boise State University juniors or seniors.                                                      provide scholarships for graduating high
This fund was established to assure ongoing        Boise High School Band Boosters                   Paul and Jo Easterbrook Scholarship           school seniors who have been involved in the
operating support for the Treasure Valley          Endowment Scholarship Fund—2000                   Fund—1997                                     Boys & Girls Clubs of Ada County.
Family YMCA.                                       Scholarships are awarded to students who          Created by this Emmett couple, this fund      Irma Frisch Farrington Fund—1993
United Way of Ada County - Gustav                  have given their time and talents to the Boise    provides scholarships to graduating seniors   The fund memorializes Ms. Farrington’s sister
Linning Endowment Fund—1995                        High School Band.                                 of a Gem County high school who are           and brother-in-law through the creation of the
Established with an initial gift from the estate                                                     pursuing a bachelor degree at any Idaho       Alice Wolfe Art Scholarship and the George V.
                                                   Wendell P. Carnefix Memorial                      institution of higher learning.
of Gustav Linning, distributions support                                                                                                           Wolfe Pre-Law Scholarship at Albertson
                                                   Scholarship Fund—2003                                                                           College of Idaho.
ongoing operating needs of the Treasure Valley     Created in memory of this long-time Fruitland
United Way.                                        nurseryman and orchard owner, this fund was
Willard Arts Center and Colonial Theater           established by his family to provide
Fund—2000                                          scholarships for Fruitland High School
The Idaho Falls Arts Council created this fund     graduates pursuing a career in agriculture or
to provide for ongoing operating needs of the      horticulture.
performing arts center.                            Fredrick Chandler Memorial Scholarship
                                                   Fund—2000
                                                   Created in memory of this Ketchum resident,
                                                   scholarships benefit students of the
 SCHOLARSHIP FUNDS                                 Community School in Sun Valley who have
                                                   an aptitude for science.
With the assistance and personal service of        Theodore H. Correll Memorial
ICF, donors can invest in Idaho’s future—          Scholarship Fund—1999
                                                   Created by a number of his former students,
its students. Donors often determine the           distributions provide scholarships to worthy
scholarship selection criteria and may             students of Moscow High School.
customize the fund to provide
opportunities for graduates of certain             Mike Crapo Math and Science
schools, specific fields of study, or for          Scholarship Fund—2004
                                                   Created by U.S. Senator Mike Crapo,
programs at selected institutions of higher        scholarships will benefit students pursuing a
education. To apply for ICF scholarships,          degree in math or science at an Idaho school.
visit www.idcomfdn.org for instructions.
                                                   George and Jean Cruickshank and Aunt
Jean Adams Scholarship Fund—1999                   Adis Little Scholarship Fund—2006
Created by this 1946 graduate of Mountain          Created in honor of these Idaho citizens, this
Home High School, this fund provides               fund provides scholarships to seniors
scholarships to graduates of her alma mater        graduating from high schools under the
who plan to pursue higher education in the         governance of the Emmett Public School
state of Idaho.                                    District who attend BSU, U of I, ISU, or
                                                   Albertson College.
26        Funds
Harry and Lisa Garlick Scholarship                 Lewis and Jeanette Hower Fund—1992                Idaho State Council of Trout Unlimited               Mountain Home High School Class of
Fund—2005                                          The fund was created to benefit Idaho             Graduate Scholarship Fund—1998                       1960 Trust Fund—1995
This scholarship fund was created as a             students, preferably from the Emmett area,        Distributions provide scholarships to students       Established by transfer of a trust, scholarships
memorial for these Emmett residents who had        planning to major in journalism at the            pursuing a graduate research project that            are awarded to graduating Mountain Home
strong ties to Garden Valley.                      University of Idaho and/or music at               involves native or endemic cold water fish.          High School seniors for educational expenses
Alois and Marie Goldmann Memorial                  Albertson College of Idaho in Twin Falls.         Jayo Family Scholarship Fund—2005                    at a college or university of their choice.
Scholarship Fund—1997                              Idaho Nursing Scholarship Fund—2006               Established by the Emmett Public School              Carol Ormond Scholarship Fund—2000
This fund was created by the George and Mary       This fund was created to help students who        Foundation through the transfer of an                Created by Carol and Keith Ormond, Idaho
Freund Family of Idaho Falls to memorialize        are obtaining a nursing degree at an Idaho        endowment, this fund assists graduates of            Falls, scholarships are awarded to graduating
Mr. Freund’s grandparents who were murdered        institution.                                      Emmett area high schools with their first year       seniors of Kamiah High School who are
during World War II at Auschwitz.                                                                    of study at any institution of higher learning.      majoring in the field of education.
Gooding High School Class of 1956                  Idaho Power Company - Douglas E.                  Alvie C. Jeffres Memorial Scholarship                Dan and Ruth Panko Memorial
Scholarship Fund—1996                              Sprenger Memorial Scholarship Fund—               Fund—1997                                            Scholarship Fund—1995
Created by the 1956 graduating class, the fund     1995                                              The fund was created by June Jeffres                 Established by their family in memory of this
provides scholarships to graduating seniors.       Created by Idaho Power Company in                 Robertson, Sandpoint, in memory of her late          couple long associated with the Idaho Old
                                                   memory of this long-time employee and             husband. Distributions provide scholarships          Time Fiddlers, scholarships are awarded to
Donovan and Evelyn Grable Memorial                 engineer, distributions provide scholarships
Scholarship Fund—1990                                                                                to worthy students in Bonner County. Mrs.            high school graduates active in the
                                                   to qualifying children of Idaho Power’s           Robertson and descendants of Mr. Jeffres serve       organization who attend college. Preference is
Established by Linda Grable-Curtis as a            employees to attend a college, university, or
memorial to her parents, the fund recognizes                                                         on the selection committee that selects the          given to students who attend Idaho State
                                                   technical school in Oregon or Idaho.              recipients.                                          University.
her mother’s lifelong interests by assisting
students of the Business and Office Education      Idaho Power Company - Larry R.                    Nora Johnson Memorial Fund—1990                      Jim Poore Memorial Scholarship Fund—
Program in the College of Technology at Boise      Wimer Memorial Scholarship Fund—                  Established by the New Plymouth Kiwanis              1994
State University.                                  1996                                              Club in conjunction with the Dorothy L.              Established to recognize the late Idaho
Steve and Donna Guerber Scholarship                Established by Idaho Power Company in             White Memorial Scholarship, the fund assists         Statesman sports editor, scholarships are
                                                   memory of this long-time employee, a              graduates of New Plymouth High School with           awarded to college journalism students who
Fund—1994                                                                                            their first year of study at any Idaho
Proceeds benefit mass communications               scholarship is awarded to a graduate of an                                                             attended high school in Idaho.
                                                   accredited high school in the company’s           institution of higher learning.                      Paul C. Rebholtz Memorial Scholarship
students at Idaho State University.
                                                   service territory to attend a college,            Kuna High School Scholarship Fund—                   Fund—2005
Irene Gustafson Scholarship Fund—1999
Created to honor this Moscow High School           university, or technical school.                  2000                                                 Created by Amy Rebholtz, along with family
English teacher, graduates during Ms.                                                                Created by an anonymous donor, this fund             and friends, to memorialize her late husband,
                                                   Idaho Press Club - Don Watkins                    provides scholarships to worthy graduates of         scholarships assist graduating seniors from
Gustafson’s tenure (1948-1956) joined Loyce        Scholarship Fund—1992
Smith and Inez Davey of Boise in                                                                     Kuna High School.                                    Boise High School with educational expenses
                                                   Established to memorialize this journalist                                                             at the college, university, vocational, or
contributing. Distributions provide                                                                  Yvonne and Dick Lierz Scholarship
                                                   and political consultant, the fund has two                                                             technical school of their choice.
scholarships to graduating seniors of Moscow       components: the Don Watkins Memorial              Fund—1999
High School.                                       Scholarship is awarded to a graduate of an        Created by this Boise couple, distributions          Frances Reed Purkhiser Memorial
James and Rose Helebrant Education                 Idaho high school pursuing a career in            provide scholarships to qualifying children of       Scholarship Fund—1996
Scholarship Fund—1991                              journalism or communications who has              Franklin Building Supply employees to attend         Established by Paul and Judith Schultz in
Established by transfer of a trust, scholarships   completed at least one year of college study;     any public institution of higher education in        memory of her mother, the fund honors this
are awarded to financially needy Buhl High         the Don Watkins Mid-Career Scholarship is         the state in which they reside.                      outstanding New Plymouth school teacher by
School graduates for educational expenses at a     awarded to members of the Idaho Press             J. Carl Mattson Scholarship Fund—1997                providing scholarships to graduating seniors
college or university of their choice.             Club to use for training or a project that will   Created by the transfer of an existing trust, this   of that community’s high school.
Hokey Pokey Scholarship Fund—2001                  improve the working press in Idaho.               fund provides vocational agricultural                Richfield High School Scholarship
Created in memory of Roland L. LaPrise, who                                                          scholarships.                                        Fund—2002
                                                   Idaho Society of CPA’s Scholarship                Larry J. May Hospitality Management                  Created by Richfield residents Lawrence and
co-wrote the popular song, the “Hokey
                                                   Fund—2003                                         Scholarship Fund—2005                                Sandra Calkins, Richfield Lodge AF & AM #70,
Pokey,” this fund was established by his
                                                   Created to attract the best and brightest         Created by family and friends to memorialize         and through donations in memory of John
family to provide scholarships to assist
                                                   students to the profession, scholarships          this long-time hotel entrepreneur, funds             Paul Lemmon and Betty Ann Clark,
second-year music students with educational
                                                   benefit students pursuing an accounting           provide scholarships for Idaho students              scholarships are awarded to worthy students
expenses at the College of Southern Idaho in
                                                   degree at an Idaho school.                        pursuing a degree in hospitality management.         of Richfield High School.
Twin Falls.

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                                                                                                     Robert C. Weaver Memorial Scholarship             Deloitte & Touche Operating Fund—1991
                                                                                                     Fund—1991                                         John B. Fery Fund—1994
                                                                                                     Established by Neola Weaver in memory of          This fund was established by Boise Cascade
                                                                                                     her late husband, residents or former residents   Corporation in appreciation of Mr. Fery’s
                                                                                                     of Buhl are eligible for scholarship support as   distinguished service as chief executive officer
                                                                                                     either traditional or nontraditional students.    of the company and in recognition of his
                                                                                                     Dorothy L. White Memorial Scholarship             contribution to Idaho as founding chairman
                                                                                                     Fund—1990                                         of the Idaho Community Foundation.
                                                                                                     Established by the New Plymouth Kiwanis           First Interstate Bank Fund—1991
                                                                                                     Club as a permanent memorial, earnings
                                                                                                     assist graduates of New Plymouth High             First Security Bank Operating
                                                                                                     School with their first year of study at an       Fund—1991
                                                                                                     institution of higher learning.                   Global Travel Operating Endowment
                                                                                                     Wood River Odd Fellows & Rebekahs                 Fund—1991
                                                                                                     Scholarship Fund—1996                             Hecla Mining Company Fund—1991
                                                                                                     Created by Alturas Lodge #13, I.O.O.F. and
                                                                                                     Snowdrop Rebekah Lodge #71 with the               William R. Hewlett Fund—1992
                                                                                                     proceeds from the sale of their building, the     Idaho Community Foundation General
                                                                                                     fund provides scholarships for graduates in       Operating Endowment Fund—2002
                                                                                                     the Wood River Valley who choose to attend a      This fund was created to receive gifts from
                                                                                                     college, university, vocational, or technical     anyone interested in helping ICF build a
                                                                                                     school in Idaho.                                  permanent endowment fund to assist with its
                                                                                                                                                       operating expenses.
                                                                                                                                                       Idaho Power Company Fund—1990
Roger C. Sathre Memorial Scholarship             graduating seniors of Wood River Valley high
                                                                                                                                                       Nick and Sara Ifft Operating Endowment
Fund—2000                                        schools who are pursuing careers in the visual       T H E O P E R AT I N G                           Fund—1999
Reflecting this Boise resident’s long-term       and/or performing arts.                              E N D OW M E N T
interest in professional-technical education,    Treasure Valley Family YMCA Scholarship                                                               Intermountain Gas Industries
scholarships are awarded to worthy students      for Civic Engagement Fund—2000                                                                        Foundation Fund—1991
throughout the state who are pursuing            Ed and Dottie Stimpson and the Henry M.             ICF is fortunate that in its early years its      Key Bank Operating Endowment
advanced professional-technical training.        Jackson Foundation created this fund because        Board of Directors had the vision to              Fund—1992
                                                 they believe that service to others is the most     develop an operating endowment,
Manuel and Gladys Schneidmiller                                                                      contributed mainly by the business                Morrison Knudsen Corporation
                                                 important characteristic of a healthy, civil, and
Scholarship Fund—1999                            successful society. Scholarships are awarded to     community. The operating endowment has            Foundation Fund—1991
Created by Mrs. Schneidmiller, this fund
                                                 qualified students in the service area of the       always been important in helping to fund          Northwest Area Foundation Operating
provides scholarships to graduating seniors of
                                                 Treasure Valley Family YMCA.                        ICF’s administrative expenses—its costs of        Fund—1989
Post Falls High School.
                                                 Turn Around Scholarship Fund—2006                   doing business.                                   Potlatch Corporation Operating
Perc H. Shelton and Gladys A. Pospisil           Created to help students who have                   J.A. and Kathryn Albertson Operating              Endowment Fund—1992
Shelton Foundation Scholarship                   successfully turned their lives around and          Fund—1990
Fund—2004                                        graduated from a recognized alternative high                                                          John & Karen Rosholt Operating
This fund, established through the transfer of   school, this fund provides scholarships to          Bank of Idaho Operating Endowment                 Endowment Fund—1998
assets of this private foundation, was           public school students in Meridian Joint            Fund—1998                                         Steele-Reese Foundation Operating
originally created by a bequest from these       School District 2 or Boise Independent School       Basic American Inc. Operating Fund—               Fund—1994
long-time McCall residents. Distributions        District.                                           1991
provide scholarships to worthy students of
                                                                                                                                                       US West Foundation Operating
                                                 Raymond and Bonnie Turner Scholarship               Boise Cascade Corporation Operating               Endowment Fund—1992
McCall-Donnelly High School.                     Fund—2006                                           Fund—1989                                         Washington Trust Bank Operating
Sonja Tarnay Educational Fund—1998               This fund provides scholarships to assist
The fund was created in memory of this Sun       recipients with educational expenses at the         Coeur d’Alene Mines Corp. Operating               Endowment Fund—1998
Valley resident. Scholarships are awarded to     University of Idaho.                                Endowment Fund—1995                               West One Bank Operating Fund—1991

28        Funds
      NON-                                       from this advised fund will help residents of
                                                 Blaine County during times of need.
                                                 Chesbro Philanthropic Gift Fund—2002
                                                                                                   Fund for Rural Idaho—2005
                                                                                                   Established by the Idaho Rural Partnership, a
                                                                                                   coalition of individuals and federal, state,
                                                                                                                                                     Idaho Women’s Charitable Foundation
                                                                                                                                                     Members’ Philanthropic Gift Fund—2001
                                                                                                                                                     These two funds were created in Boise to expand
                                                                                                   and local organizations work together to
    ENDOWED                                      Established in memory of Joan Chesbro,
                                                 distributions further music programs and
                                                 music education in Southeastern Idaho.
                                                                                                   support organizations and projects that
                                                                                                   benefit rural Idaho.
                                                                                                                                                     the number of women involved in philanthropy
                                                                                                                                                     in Idaho and to demonstrate the significance a
                                                                                                                                                     group of investors can have in bringing positive
                                                                                                                                                     change to our communities. Half of the annual
     FUNDS                                       Children’s Foundation Fund—2003
                                                 Created through the transfer of assets of this
                                                 private foundation which was established in
                                                                                                   Earl M. Hardy Advised Fund—2002
                                                                                                   This fund was created by Anita Kay Hardy to
                                                                                                   memorialize her father who was the long-
                                                                                                                                                     membership dues are pooled in the Idaho
                                                                                                                                                     Women’s Charitable Foundation Fund and are
                                                 1994 by Bob and Carol Hamlin of Eagle,                                                              distributed through a grant solicitation and
                                                                                                   time owner of Boise’s Egyptian Theatre and        selection process. The other half is available for
                                                 distributions support charitable organizations    responsible for restoring the historic building
                                                 and projects recommended by the advisors.                                                           members to designate to nonprofit charities of
                                                                                                   to its former grandeur. Mr. Hardy was also an     their choice through the IWCF Members’ Fund.
                                                 Ed and Susan Cutter Gift Fund—2006                early pioneer of the Idaho trout industry.
 P H I L A N T H RO P I C                        This fund was created to help facilitate the                                                        Donald J. Jacklin Fund—2006
 GIFT FUNDS                                      charitable giving of this couple.                 Tom and Alice Hennessey Philanthropic             Distributions support charitable organizations
                                                                                                   Gift Fund—1998                                    and projects recommended by the advisors.
                                                 Deer Creek Philanthropic Gift Fund—               Distributions support charitable
Donors can create a non-endowed, fully-                                                                                                              John William Jackson Philanthropic Gift
                                                 1999                                              organizations and projects recommended by
expendable fund from which they or their         This fund was created through the generosity                                                        Fund—2005
                                                                                                   this Boise couple.                                Created to memorialize this young man who
designees may recommend distributions of         of the Helen K. and Arthur E. Johnson
$250 or more to any IRS-recognized charity.      Foundation (a Colorado nonprofit                  Idaho Women’s Charitable Foundation               was tragically killed in a climbing accident,
Advantages of such a fund include the ability    corporation), Lynn Campion-Waddell, Thomas                                                          distributions support organizations that provide
                                                                                                   Fund—2001                                         opportunities to participate in sports activities,
to make tax-deductible donations of              B. Campion, Jr., Ashley and Berit Campion.
appreciated assets at a time of the donor’s      Grants from the fund generally benefit Blaine
choice thus bypassing capital gains tax          County, Idaho, and the surrounding area.
liability, while the donor advises on the
                                                 Draper Family Foundation—2005
amount and timing of subsequent gifts from
                                                 Established by Ranney and Priscilla Draper of
the fund.
                                                 Ketchum, this fund was created to involve
Ada County Medical Society Charitable            their children in grant decision-making and
Gift Fund—2003                                   help them become active in philanthropy.
Distributions support charitable organizations   The Emmett Public School Foundation
and projects recommended by the advisors.
                                                 Fund—2002
Allen Family Charitable Gift Fund—2004           Established in memory of David Little, the
Established by Gayle Allen of Boise to           fund was created by the Little family to accept
facilitate his family’s giving.                  contributions from a wide variety of donors
Jon and Mimi Barnes Philanthropic Gift           which will be used to support education in
Fund—2004                                        Emmett public schools.
Created through a gift of land in Boise          The Fenton Family Fund—2005
County, proceeds from the sale will support      Distributions from this fund, established by
charitable organizations and projects            Joyce Fenton, Dover, Idaho, help support
recommended by the advisors.                     charitable causes in Idaho.
Richard and JoAnn Bennett Family                 Steven J. Fenton Fund—2005
Foundation—2004                                  Established by Steven J. Fenton and his
Created to honor this Hayden Lake couple,        mother, Joyce Fenton, both of Dover, Idaho,
this fund was established by their children to   distributions support charitable organizations
support charitable organizations and projects    and projects recommended by the advisors.
recommended by the advisors.                     Mary & George Freund Philanthropic
Blaine County Assistance Fund—2006               Gift Fund—2000
Established in the aftermath of several          This fund was established by this Idaho Falls
community tragedies in 2006, distributions       couple to facilitate their charitable giving.
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arts organizations, and organizations            organizations and projects recommended by       Doug and Billie Nelson Fund—2001                  The W.E. Sullivan Fund—2005
involved in Boise and Taiwan international       the advisors.                                   Distributions are made upon the advice of this    Established in memory of W.E. Sullivan, the
student exchanges.                               Macedonian Trust—2002                           Idaho Falls couple.                               fund was created by Tuck Sullivan Thomas,
Kalange Family PG Fund—2006                      Created by an anonymous North Idaho             Roger A. and Sharon M. Nelson                     Springfield, Ore., and Meghan Sullivan, Boise,
Distributions from this fund are made to         donor and named to honor the “grace of          Charitable Foundation Fund—2006                   to help support charitable causes in Idaho.
charities chosen by the Kalange Family.          giving” modeled by the Macedonian people        Created through the generosity of this Coeur      Cindy Thiede Wood River Valley
Thomas E. and Marilyn E. Kalange                 mentioned in the Bible, distributions support   d’Alene couple, this fund will facilitate their   Memorial Fund—2003
Family Fund—2006                                 charitable organizations and projects           charitable giving.                                Created by family and friends in memory of
To ensure a lasting perpetual legacy,            recommended by the advisors.                    North Idaho Family Literacy Projects              this Hailey resident, grants support
distributions are made to charities that the     Carol MacGregor, Ph.D. Philanthropic            Fund—2006                                         worthwhile charitable projects in the Wood
Kalange Family has found important in their      Gift Fund—2003                                  This fund was established to help with family     River Valley.
lives and in their communities.                  Distributions support charitable                literacy projects in the Shoshone and Kootenai    United Heritage Fund—2002
Kissler Family Foundation Philanthropic          organizations and projects recommended by       Counties.                                         Distributions support charitable organizations
Gift Fund—1999                                   the advisor.                                                                                      and projects recommended by the advisors.
                                                                                                 Old Church Operating Fund—2001
The Kissler Family Foundation, also a            Main Street Mile Men’s Health                   Established by Duane Jacklin, distributions       Updyke Philanthropic Gift Fund—2006
supporting organization of ICF, established      Fund—2005                                       help support the ongoing operations of the        Created to enhance the Wood River Odd
this fund to benefit organizations of special    Established with proceeds from the “Main        Old Church in Post Falls.                         Fellows and Rebekahs Scholarship Fund in the
interest to the fund creators with an            Street Mile,” an annual family                                                                    Idaho Community Foundation, distributions
                                                                                                 Pacific Coast Building Products
emphasis on health-related projects. The         running/walking event held in Boise, grants                                                       will augment scholarships awarded by the
Kissler family established Norco and, as         help support charitable organizations and
                                                                                                 Philanthropic Gift Fund—2000                      selection committee.
                                                                                                 This fund was created by this California-based
individuals and corporate citizens, has always   programs that promote prostate cancer
                                                                                                 company to facilitate its giving in Idaho.
been interested in the constructive              awareness through education and early
development of the communities served by         detection/screening.                            Marian Pritchett Memorial Scholarship
Norco.                                           Marshall Family Fund—1998                       Fund—2002
Larry and Ilene Leasure Philanthropic            Established by Barbara Marshall of Pocatello    Established by the Angora Ridge Foundation
Gift Fund—2005                                   to facilitate her family’s charitable giving.   in memory of this long-time teacher at Booth
Created with a gift of real estate, this Boise                                                   Memorial High School in Boise, scholarships
                                                 Pat and Lisa McMurray Family Fund—              are awarded to young women who were
couple’s fund will support charitable causes     1998
in Idaho.                                                                                        enrolled at the school during the 2001-2002
                                                 This Boise couple created this fund to help     academic year.
Lindsey Foundation Philanthropic Gift            achieve their philanthropic goals.
Fund—2004                                                                                        Thomas J. and Kirste E. Richards
                                                 G. Rynd and LeNelle Miller Memorial
Created through a transfer of assets from this                                                   Philanthropic Gift Fund—2000
                                                 Fund—2003                                       Established by these former Hayden residents,
private foundation which was established by      Created by family members to memorialize
Todd and Cassy Lindsey of Boise,                                                                 distributions support charitable organizations
                                                 this former Boise couple, distributions         and projects recommended by the donors and
distributions support charitable                 support charitable organizations and projects
organizations and projects recommended by                                                        their family.
                                                 recommended by the advisors.
the advisors.                                                                                    Rolphe Family Fund—2001
                                                 Nampa Christian School Technology               Ben and Anna Rolphe, Hayden Lake, created
Brad and Teresa Little Philanthropic Gift        Fund—2006
Fund—1999                                                                                        this fund to help facilitate their charitable
                                                 Distributions will be used to acquire and       giving to a variety of organizations
Grants are made upon the advice of this          install software and computers, cabling,
Emmett couple.                                                                                   and projects.
                                                 monitors, printers and similar equipment for
Irv and Trudy Littman Philanthropic              classrooms and technology labs in the           The Cathy R. Silak and Nicholas G.
Gift Fund—1998                                   proposed new Nampa Christian High School        Miller Family Fund—2006
The fund was created by this Boise couple to     building.                                       This fund, created by this Boise couple and
facilitate their charitable giving.                                                              their children, helps the family plan their
                                                 N/Plus Hayhook Fund—2003                        yearly charitable giving.
Earl and Judy Lunceford Fund—2001                Established by an anonymous donor from
Created by this Coeur d’Alene couple,            Southern Idaho, grants support charitable       Susan A. Smith Fund—2005
distributions support charitable                 organizations and projects recommended by       Established by Suzi Smith, Boise, distributions
                                                 the advisors.                                   help support charitable causes in Idaho.

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                                                                                                Alliance Members’ Fund, and $50 of the dues      Christmas Box Angel Special Project
                                                                                                support the operations of the organization.      Fund—2006
                                                                                                Wood River Women’s Charitable                    This fund supports the construction of the
                                                                                                Foundation Administrative Fund—2006              Christmas Box Angel Monument in
                                                                                                                                                 Idaho Falls.
                                                                                                Wood River Women’s Charitable
                                                                                                Foundation Fund—2005                             Early Childhood Care and Learning
                                                                                                Wood River Women’s Charitable                    Fund—2006
                                                                                                Foundation Member’s Fund—2005                    This fund will help establish a statewide
                                                                                                These funds were created to expand the           communication plan for early childhood
                                                                                                number of women involved in directed and         and develop a long-term fund to assist in
                                                                                                informed philanthropy in Idaho’s Wood River      developing an early childhood
                                                                                                Valley and to demonstrate the significance a     infrastructure.
                                                                                                group of investors can have in bringing          Early Care and Learning Special Project
                                                                                                positive change to our communities. A            Fund—2005
                                                                                                portion of each member’s annual dues is          Established as a component of Governor
                                                                                                allocated to the WRWCF Members’ Fund to          Kempthorne’s Generation of the Child
                                                                                                allow each to designate to the nonprofit         Initiative and funded by the J.A. & Kathryn
                                                                                                charities of their choice. A portion of each     Albertson Foundation, distributions support
                                                                                                member’s annual dues is allocated to the         the areas of early care and learning between
                                                                                                WRWCF Fund to be pooled then distributed         parents, health, social, educational initiatives,
                                                                                                through a grant solicitation and group           and community activities.
                                                                                                selection process.
                                                                                                                                                 Friends of Patricia Special Project
                                                                                                                                                 Fund—2003
                                                                                                                                                 Created to collect contributions from a wide
                                                                                                                                                 variety of donors, distributions support the
                                                                                                 S P E C I A L P RO J E C T                      “Friends of Patricia” luncheon, an annual
                                                                                                                                                 fundraising event established by friends of
                                                                                                 FUNDS                                           Idaho’s former First Lady, Patricia
                                                                                                                                                 Kempthorne. Net proceeds are transferred to
The Marc E. and Nancy Sue Wallace                Women’s Gift Alliance Fund—2004                The Foundation occasionally serves its           the Children’s Charities of Idaho, a
Fund—2005                                                                                       statewide community by receiving and             permanent ICF endowment fund benefiting
Created by this Hayden couple, distributions     Women’s Gift Alliance Members’                 managing non-endowed funds to support a          children in the areas of health, education,
support charitable organizations and projects    Fund—2004                                      special project. Contributions, as well as the   recreation and the arts.
recommended by the advisors.                                                                    net income earned while the assets are held,
                                                 Women’s Gift Alliance Administrative           may be expended in the near future to            Friends of the Alexander House
Daniel Ross Wallis Memorial Fund—                Fund—2004                                      support the project.                             Fund—2002
2001                                             The Women’s Gift Alliance was created to                                                        Created to collect contributions from a wide
                                                 expand the number of women involved in         J.A. and Kathryn Albertson Foundation
Created to memorialize this young man who                                                                                                        variety of donors, distributions support the
                                                 directed and informed philanthropy in          Education Fund—1999
was tragically killed in a skateboarding                                                                                                         refurbishment of the Alexander House, a
                                                 North Idaho and the surrounding area and       The fund was created through a special
accident, grants support organizations                                                                                                           state-owned historical home built by Moses
                                                 to demonstrate the significance a group of     partnership with this private foundation.
providing opportunities to participate in                                                                                                        Alexander, a mayor of Boise who became the
                                                 investors can have in bringing positive        In 2006 it provided $275,000 in grants up
sports and other youth activities specified by                                                                                                   nation’s first elected Jewish governor.
                                                 change to our communities. $500 of a           to $5,000 each for innovative
his family.                                                                                     educational projects.
                                                 member’s annual dues are pooled in the                                                          Friends of the Teton Valley Special
Wattis Dumke Foundation Philanthropic            Women’s Gift Alliance Fund and are             Lloyd and Tillie Arnold Fund—2006                Project Fund—2006
Gift Fund—2002                                   distributed through a grant solicitation and   This fund was created to help defray the         Funds will be distributed to nonprofit
Distributions support charitable organizations   selection process. $500 is available for the   expenses related to the Hemingway Festival       organizations in Teton County, Idaho,
and projects recommended by this private         member to designate to nonprofit charities     photo-essay and short story competition held     through the Idaho Community Foundation’s
foundation.                                      of her choice through the Women’s Gift         in Sun Valley, Idaho.                            Eastern Regional Competitive Grant process.

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Governor’s Roundtable for Families and              Sacajawea Interpretive, Cultural, and              SUPPORTING                                       organization. The Kissler Family Foundation
Children Fund—2004                                  Education Center Special Project Fund—                                                              provides grants to organizations and projects
This fund was created to support an annual          2001                                               O R GA N I Z AT I O N S                          of special interest to the family with an
event established by the Governor’s office to       This fund was created to collect contributions                                                      emphasis on health-related projects. The
facilitate collaboration and partnerships that      from a wide variety of donors to establish this   Depending on the type of supporting               Kisslers created Norco, a six state distributor
create awareness regarding issues affecting         Center in Salmon.                                 organization structure, donors can establish an   of welding, safety and medical gases and
children and families.                                                                                excellent alternative to a private foundation—    supplies in the Northwest. As individuals and
                                                    Silver Creek Restoration Special Project
                                                                                                      with a fraction of the administrative             as corporate citizens, Kissler family members
Idaho Assistive Technology Project                  Fund—2006                                                                                           have always been interested in the
                                                    This fund was established to help defray the      responsibilities. Donors who create a
Fund—1994                                                                                             supporting organization can select some of        constructive development of the communities
The fund is used as collateral to guarantee         cost for the repair and restoration of Silver                                                       served by Norco.
                                                    Creek stream in the Wood River Valley.            the board members, maintain personal
loans for the purchase of adaptive equipment                                                          involvement, and support the causes they care     The Lindsey Foundation was established by
intended to improve the lifestyle of disabled       Small Business Success Center                     about while enjoying the favorable tax            Todd and Cassy Lindsey, Boise, as a
individuals.                                        Temporary Special Project Fund—2006               treatment of a public charity.                    supporting organization, it provides
                                                    This fund was created to support the programs                                                       supporting grants to the Idaho Community
Idaho House Special Project Fund—2006                                                                 The Kissler Family Foundation was
                                                    and operations of the Small Business Success                                                        Foundation and other selected charitable
Formerly the Governor’s Housing Committee                                                             established in 1998 by James A. Kissler, Boise,
                                                    Center in Boise.                                                                                    organizations with an emphasis on youth.
Fund established in 2005, distributions are                                                           and is affiliated with ICF as a supporting
made to the Department of Administration            Steele-Reese Foundation Special Project
Governor’s Residence Fund for the                   Fund—1997
construction, remodel, furnishing, equipping        Created by this private foundation, grants are
or maintenance of a Governor’s residence            recommended by ICF’s Regional Advisory
in Idaho.                                           Panels and earmarked to organizations in
                                                    rural Idaho in the areas of education, social
Idaho Velodrome and Cycling Park                    welfare, health, and the humanities.
Special Project Fund—2006                           Templeman Special Project Fund—2006
This fund was established to develop a multi-       This fund, established by this Idaho couple,
use cycling facility dedicated to advancing all     helped build a new track for Salmon
aspects of cycling in the Treasure Valley region.   High School.
Julia Davis Park Capital Campaign                   United Cerebral Palsy of Idaho
Fund—2006                                           Scholarship Fund—1996
This fund was created to help defray the            Created through gifts from Micron
renovation cost of Julia Davis Park.                Technology, Ore-Ida Foods, and T.J.
                                                    International, the fund provided nine
Northwest Area Foundation Fund—2000                 scholarships to students enrolled in an Idaho
Created by the Northwest Area Foundation of         college or university who were chosen from
St. Paul, Minnesota, this fund will be used in      among entrants to the Les Bois Run, Walk, &
conjunction with Northwest Area’s anti-             Roll event which benefited United Cerebral
poverty initiative.                                 Palsy of Idaho, Inc.
Operating Unrestricted Fund—1999                    Washington County Youth Hope Center
This fund was created to receive gifts from         Fund—2001
anyone interested in giving ICF ongoing help        Created to collect contributions from a wide
with its operating expenses.                        variety of donors, distributions help support
                                                    the development of the Washington County
Pocatello Zoo Capital Fund—2002                     Youth Hope Center Complex. The Weiser
Created to collect contributions from a wide        complex will include recreational facilities,
variety of donors, distributions will be used to    including a skateboard park, a children’s
develop and expand the existing facilities at       dream playground, a water-play area and a
the Pocatello Zoo.                                  talent development/activity center.



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                               Legacy Society                                             Basque Museum and Cultural Center
                                                                                          Endowment Fund
                               Members of the Legacy Society are individuals who have                                                  Fund creator: Basque Museum and
                               identified themselves as having designated the Idaho                                                                Cultural Center, Boise
                               Community Foundation as an ultimate beneficiary of                                                         Fund type: Agency Endowment
                               deferred gifts in such documents as wills, bequests, and
                               other planned giving instruments. To these generous
                               donors we extend our sincere gratitude.




Arthur D. and Anna Marie Adams           Tom and Ann Jacobs
Don and Judy Atkinson                    Dr. Christina Kowrach
Guy E. and Mary D. Butterfield           Donald Longwith and Nancy Bowen Longwith         Dancing in the Anduiza Fronton on a
                                                                                          field trip to the Basque Museum
Pete and Freda Cenarrusa                 Tom Morgan
Annie Chalfant                           Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Murdoch
                                                                                             The Basque Museum & Cultural Center’s Endowment Fund was
John S. Chapman                          Tricia L. Nance                                  established at the Idaho Community Foundation in June, 2006 with
Lee and Lori Cullen                      Dick and Susan Parrish                           funds directed to the Museum from a very generous donor.
Dennis Dahl                              Carolyn Patrick                                  Merrianne Cook Hunter, a long-time Boisean, recognized the
Robert and Barbara Dargatz               Mr. and Mrs. Allen Pennay                        Basque Museum & Cultural Center’s role of cultural diversity and
James M. David and R. Kay Snyder         Robert P. and Suzanne C. Rainville               education in the community and wanted to be able to support this
John B. Fery                             Earl C. Reynolds Jr.                             work through her substantial contribution. After much research
                                                                                          and communication with the staff at ICF, the Board felt assured that
Richard C. and Shirley I. Fields         Ron J. Sali
                                                                                          the investment of funds in the Foundation would be safe, and that
Bill and Gay Fruehling                   Ann McCutchan Sandven
                                                                                          there has been a proven record of success in the development of
Linda Grable-Curtis                      Edward C. Schroeder                              funds through their years of experience. The statewide exposure the
Ron and Diane Plastino Graves            Jerry and Marcia Selig                           ICF brings to smaller organizations is very valuable as is the expert
Steve and Donna Guerber                  Jack and Suzanne Sherbert                        management of the invested funds. Our organization recently
Alice E. Hennessey                       Edward and Dorothy “Dottie” Stimpson             received its first financial report regarding the ICF funds and was
Pamela K. Howard                         Jim and Karin Thompson                           pleased to see a substantial return for the investment. The Basque
Kenneth R. and Betty J. Huff             Ann Lucini Williams                              Museum & Cultural Center’s goal is to increase the endowed funds
Ron and Mary Hughes                      Jack J. Winderl
                                                                                          through promotion of the fund established at ICF which will, in
                                                                                          turn, allow for permanent growth and perpetuation of the
Richard and Donna Hutter                 Bobbette F. Youmans-Viker
                                                                                          Museum’s goal to preserve and perpetuate Basque history and
Sara Ifft                                Lucille F. Zanetti                               culture. It’s definitely a win-win situation for the Basque Museum &
                                                                                          Cultural Center and for the citizens of the State of Idaho. This
                                                                                          organization feels very comfortable with the guidance, leadership,
                                                                                          and expertise the Idaho Community Foundation staff and board
                                                                                          offers to non-profit organizations in the State.
                                                                                                                                 by Patty Miller, Executive Director
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                                    Grants & Distributions


■ LIFE IN IDAHO                                                 ■ REGIONAL ADVISORY PANELS                                   ■ PARTNERSHIPS
   ICF’s grant making brings together all of Idaho.                 In order to receive grass roots input on the                The Idaho Community Foundation has well-
Thanks to the generosity of our donors, the dedicated           competitive grant applications, ICF depends on the           established relationships with a number of funding
work of the Regional Advisory Panels, and the                   recommendations made by an advisory panel in each of         partners. Foundations such as the J.A. and Kathryn
commitment of Idahoans who submit grant applications,           its three regions. The community leaders who serve as        Albertson Foundation and the Steele-Reese Foundation
the Foundation continues to help enrich life’s quality in       volunteers on the Panels have the demanding task of          take advantage of ICF’s application process and the
our state. Since ICF grant making began in 1991, the            carefully analyzing the applications from their respective   local knowledge of our Regional Advisory Panel
Foundation has distributed more than $31 million for            regions. In making funding decisions, ICF’s Board of         members to make grants through the Idaho
worthwhile philanthropic projects.                              Directors relies heavily on the local knowledge that         Community Foundation. ICF is always exploring ways
■ RESPONDING TO YOUR NEEDS                                      Panel members bring to the review process. Membership        to work with other partners to deepen the pool of
    ICF’s mission is to enrich the quality of life throughout   on the Regional Advisory Panels is shown on page 47.         philanthropic money available to support Idaho
Idaho. Responding to the needs of applicants and the                                                                         projects.
wishes of donors helps us keep this mission alive in all
                                                                ■ GIVING WHERE THE DOLLARS MAKE A
that the Foundation undertakes. Distributions of
                                                                DIFFERENCE                                                   ■ GEOGRAPHIC GIVING
competitive grants are as local in nature as possible
                                                                   Most of ICF’s competitive grants are less than $5,000         We are often asked why some geographic areas seem
responding to community or regional issues as presented
                                                                which means we help many people in many ways. Our            to fare better than others in terms of the grants they
via online applications. Non-competitive distributions
                                                                philosophy with the competitive grant distribution is to     receive. The answer: some areas benefit directly from
from advised, donor designated, and agency funds also
                                                                reach across every county of the state and touch a variety   endowment funds established by donors with the
reflect the needs of Idaho as perceived and defined by
                                                                of nonprofits in different arenas of need. ICF provides      distributions directed in perpetuity to those specific
the people that established and advise the funds.
                                                                philanthropic capital in cities as well as small towns       geographic areas. Blaine, Gem, and Kootenai counties
■ REGIONAL GRANT CYCLES                                         where charitable dollars are often very hard to find. We     are good examples of this generosity. If you would like
   While the Foundation distributes grants in many              like the idea of making grants that can be leveraged to      to see more grants made in your area, please contact
ways, the most visible is the competitive grants program        produce an improved result for the community.                the Foundation to discuss the opportunity of creating
which includes three regional grant cycles.                                                                                  an ICF fund to benefit your city, county, or region.
   The Northern Region consists of Benewah, Bonner,
Boundary, Clearwater, Idaho, Kootenai, Latah, Lewis, Nez        ■ DONOR ADVISED GRANTS
Perce, and Shoshone counties.                                      The grant making process of the Idaho Community           ■ GRANTS OUTSIDE IDAHO
   The Eastern Region consists of Bannock, Bear Lake,           Foundation gives ongoing consideration to the desires           Each fund established in the Idaho Community
Bingham, Bonneville, Butte, Caribou, Clark, Custer,             of donors who have established funds in the                  Foundation must be of substantial benefit to Idaho.
Franklin, Fremont, Jefferson, Lemhi, Madison, Oneida,           Foundation. Many advisors review the competitive grant       Within this guideline, ICF believes it is appropriate to
Power, and Teton counties.                                      applications ICF receives before making their                consider the advice of donor advisors who, while
   The Southwestern Region consists of Ada, Adams,              recommendations for distributions each year. The grants      recommending distributions to Idaho charities, also
Blaine, Boise, Camas, Canyon, Cassia, Elmore, Gem,              made upon the recommendation of donor advisors and           may recommend distributions in other states where
Gooding, Jerome, Lincoln, Minidoka, Owyhee, Payette,            other non-competitive distributions represent more than      they have roots and connections. Examples of this can
Twin Falls, Valley, and Washington counties.                    half of the Foundation’s total distributions each year.      be found with our scholarship awards as youth from
   More details on grant cycle deadlines and criteria are       Turn to the Funds section beginning on page 17 to learn      Idaho high schools often choose to pursue education
available on page 37 and at www.idcomfdn.org.                   more about distributions from the Foundation’s funds.        out-of-state.

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                                                                              2006 GRANTS AND DISTRIBUTIONS
                                  Charts                                      ■ BY COUNTY
                                                                              Awards are listed in the primary county served by a
                                                                              project. Many projects benefit more than one county.
                                                                              Ada                       135            $1,223,300
                                                                              Adams                       2                $1,682
                                                                              Bannock                    19               $75,300
                                                                              Bear Lake                   5               $17,400
2006 GRANTS AND DISTRIBUTIONS                                                 Benewah                     3                $6,609
■ BY INTEREST AREA                                                            Bingham                     9             $119,010
                                                                              Blaine                     55             $250,396
                                                                              Boise                       1                $1,000
                                                                              Bonner                     16             $123,035
                                                                              Bonneville                 33             $126,217
                                                                              Boundary                    6               $14,833
                                                                              Butte                       3                $9,500
                                                                              Camas                       2                $4,000
                                                                              Canyon                     28             $210,770
                                                                              Caribou                     5               $25,415
                                                                              Cassia                     15               $50,542
                                                                              Clark                       1                $1,250
                                                                              Clearwater                  8               $26,870
                                                                              Custer                      2                $5,000
DISTRIBUTIONS FROM                                                            Elmore                      3                $9,688
■ AGENCY ENDOWMENT FUNDS                                                      Franklin                    7               $32,452
                                                                              Fremont                     2                $6,308
Fund                                                                 Grants   Gem                        13               $41,738
Aid for Friends Endowment Fund                                       $1,109   Gooding                     3                $3,838
Bonner County Historical Society Endowment Fund                        $569   Idaho                       5               $12,175
Boise Philharmonic Association Fund                                  $6,642   Jefferson                   3                $6,700
Caldwell Fine Arts Series Endowment Fund                             $1,604   Jerome                      1                $2,750
Emmett Public Library Children’s Endowment                           $1,362   Kootenai                   59             $177,255
Friends of Zoo Boise Endowment Fund                                  $1,335   Latah                       9               $44,730
Humphreys Diabetes Education Center                                 $38,628   Lemhi                       7               $15,741
Idaho Association of Family and Consumer Sciences Endowment Fund       $458   Lewis                       1                $5,000
Idaho Black History Museum Endowment Fund                            $1,455   Lincoln                     2                $4,000
Idaho Falls Ducks Unlimited Fund                                       $255   Madison                     2                $3,463
Idaho Humanities Council Endowment Fund                             $13,658   Minidoka                    6               $19,358
Idaho Museum of Mining and Geology Endowment Fund                      $281   Nez Perce                   8                $9,902
Junior League of Boise Endowment Fund                                  $552   Oneida                      8               $17,950
Learning Lab, Inc. Endowment Fund                                   $12,601   Owyhee                      4               $89,159
Mary V. Arnold Fund for the Idaho Falls Symphony                     $1,136   Payette                     3               $60,439
Friends of the Nampa Public Library Endowment Fund                   $3,699   Power                       6               $21,767
Panhandle Alliance of Education Endowment Fund                       $6,236   Shoshone                    8               $17,032
Portneuf Greenway Foundation Endowment Fund                            $244   Teton                       3                $9,933
First Presbyterian Church of Idaho Falls Fund                        $3,732   Twin Falls                 23               $57,440
Salmon Elk’s Lodge 1620 Trust Fund                                     $430   Valley                     18               $64,674
United Way of Ada County - Gustav Linning Endowment Fund             $7,152   Washington                  2                $8,000
Willard Arts Center and Colonial Theater Fund                       $11,674   Out of State               29               $60,676
Boise Family YMCA Endowment Fund                                    $52,339   Total                      583*              $3,094,297
Total Distributions                                                $167,151
                                                                              *Total number of organizations receiving grants.
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DISTRIBUTIONS FROM
■ SCHOLARSHIP FUNDS                In 2006, scholarship awards were made for students to attend the following institutions or to participate in their programs.
Ada                           19   Distributions to Idaho Institutions or Programs       Distributions to Other Programs
Bannock                        2   Albertson College of Idaho                            Big Bend Community College, WA              New York University, NY
Blaine                        12   Boise State University                                Brigham Young University, UT                Northwest College of Art, WA
Bonner                         2   College of Southern Idaho                             Cornish College of the Arts, WA             Seattle University, WA
Bonneville                     6   Eastern Idaho Technical College                       Everett Community College, WA               Southwestern Oregon
Butte                          1   Idaho State University                                Fort Lewis College, CO                        Community College, OR
Cassia                         1   ITT Technical Institute                               George Washington University,               Stanford University, CA
Clearwater                     1   Lewis-Clark State College                              Washington, D.C.                           University of Montana Western, MT
Elmore                         5   North Idaho College                                   Humboldt State University, CA               University of Oregon, OR
                                   Northwest Nazarene University                         Lewis and Clark College, OR                 University of Portland, OR
Gem                            3
                                   Treasure Valley Community College                     Lower Columbia College, WA                  University of San Diego, CA
Jefferson                      1
                                   University of Idaho                                   Mary Mount Manhattan College, NY            Walla Walla Community College, WA
Kootenai                       3
Latah                          5
Lewis                          1
Lincoln                        1
Payette                        5                                                      DISTRIBUTIONS FROM
Shoshone                       1                                                      ■ SPECIAL PROJECT FUNDS
Twin Falls                     2
Valley                        10                                                      Early Care and Learning Special Project Fund                                  $71,773
Total Number of Awards        81                                                      Friends of the Alexander House Fund                                            $1,194
                                                                                      Governor’s Roundtable for Families and Children Fund                          $28,127
Total Dollars Awarded    $98,510
                                                                                      Idaho Assistive Technology Project Fund                                          $426
                                                                                      Idaho Peace Officers Memorial Fund                                            $13,531
                                                                                      Idaho Velodrome and Cycling Park Special Project Fund                          $9,250
                                                                                      Pocatello Zoo Capital Fund                                                    $43,900
                                                                                      Silver Creek Restoration Special Project Fund                                 $31,257
                                                                                      Steele-Reese Foundation Special Project Fund                                  $49,637
                                                                                      Templeman Special Project Fund                                                $97,103
                                                                                      Treasure Valley’s Best: A Celebration of Thanks Special Project Fund          $40,965
                                                                                      Total Distributions                                                     $387,163


                                                                                      DISTRIBUTIONS FROM
                                                                                      ■ SUPPORTING ORGANIZATIONS
                                                                                      Kissler Family Foundation Philanthropic Gift Fund*                            $140,136

                                                                                      *Distributions from Supporting Organizations are also reported elsewhere in
                                                                                      this report.

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                                 ICF Grant Guidelines
                                                         The Idaho Community Foundation makes grants to fund activities, services, and projects of established 501(c)
                                                         charitable organizations or governmental units or their subsidiaries, consistent with ICF’s mission to enrich the
                                                         quality of life throughout Idaho. The Foundation is especially interested in providing assistance to organizations
                                                         seeking to meet emerging community needs.

                                                                • Grant applications are typically separated into the         • Attendance at conferences, seminars or other projects
 C o m p e t i t i ve G r a n t C yc l e s                        following categories: Arts and Culture; Education;          • Endowments
                                                                  Emergency Services; Libraries; Natural Sciences; Health;    • Programs that fall more appropriately under
• The Northern Region Call for Proposals begins on                Recreation; Social Services, and Public Projects.             government funding, such as operating expenses for
  November 1 and closes on January 15 with final                                                                                public schools and police and fire protection
                                                                  ICF accepts grant applications only during the cycle
  approval by the Board of Directors scheduled for the                                                                        • Capital projects for which the Foundation’s ability to
                                                                specified for the region in which the proposed grant
  May meeting.                                                                                                                  contribute will be only a very small portion of the
                                                                making activity happens. Additional details on the
• The Eastern Region Call for Proposals begins on                                                                               total budget and, therefore, will have little impact on
                                                                Regional Grant Cycles, along with current applications,
  February 1 and closes on April 1 with final approval                                                                          the success of the project
                                                                samples and criteria, are available on the Foundation’s
  by the Board of Directors scheduled for the                   website at www.idcomfdn.org
  August meeting.                                                                                                             The Foundation will not consider grants for:
• The Southwestern Region Call for Proposals                                                                                  • Religious organizations for the sole purpose of
  begins on May 1 and closes on July 1 with final                 Favo r e d Ac t i v i t i e s                                 furthering that religion. (This prohibition does not
  approval by the Board of Directors scheduled for the                                                                          apply to funds created by donors who have specifically
  November meeting.                                                In general, the Idaho Community Foundation favors            designated religious organizations as beneficiaries of
                                                                activities that:                                                the funds.)
                                                                • Reach a broad segment of the community especially           • Political activities or those designed to influence
                                                                  those citizens whose needs are not being met by               legislation
                                                                  existing services that are normally expected to be          • National organizations (unless the monies are to be
                                                                  provided by private rather than government sources            used to benefit citizens of Idaho or the organizations
                                                                • Request seed money to realize unusual opportunities           are specifically designated by the donor as beneficiaries
                                                                  to meet urgent needs in the community                         of the fund)
                                                                • Stimulate and encourage additional funding                  • Grants that directly benefit the donor or the donor’s
                                                                • Promote cooperation and avoid duplication of effort           family
                                                                • Help make a charitable organization more effective
                                                                  and efficient and better able to sustain itself over the    Amount:
                                                                  long term                                                   • For 2007, the Foundation will consider competitive
                                                                                                                                grants in the range of $500 to $5,000. Grants of lesser
                                                                                                                                or greater amounts may be considered under special
                                                                  L ow P r i o r i t y A r e a s                                circumstances. Multi-year grants will not be
                                                                                                                                considered.
                                                                   The following areas are of low priority to ICF and         • Additionally, the J. A. and Kathryn Albertson
                                                                usually will not receive funding:                               Foundation has a special project fund in ICF. Grants of
                                                                • Reduction of debt                                             up to $5,000 will be made from this fund to benefit
                                                                • Grants to individuals (except scholarships)                   pre-K through 12 education in the State of Idaho. The
                                                                • Fund raising projects                                         online application process is incorporated into ICF’s
                                                                • Travel for individuals or teams                               regional cycles.

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                                    2006 Grants & Distributions
                                                      Following is a list of grants and distributions awarded by ICF in 2006. Grants from unrestricted, advised, field-of-interest,
                                                      geographic, and designated funds are listed by county. These are followed by grants given outside Idaho. Grants
                                                      benefiting multiple counties are shown under the primary county served or the county in which the recipient
                                                      organization is based. Distributions from agency, scholarship, and special project funds are shown on pages 35–36. Any
                                                      grant description listed with an (A) received some funding from the J.A. and Kathryn Albertson Education Foundation
                                                      Fund in the Idaho Community Foundation.

ADA COUNTY                                    Boise Community Radio Project, Inc.
                                              $500
                                                                                           Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist
                                                                                           Boise, $1,000
                                                                                                                                         Family Advocate Program, Inc.
                                                                                                                                         Boise, $1,000
                                              Boise Contemporary Theater, Inc.             Children’s Free Dental Clinic, Inc.           First Presbyterian Church
Ada County and Elmore County Meals on         $3,264                                       Boise, $21,000                                Boise, $1,500
Wheels Program                                Boise Eastside Foursquare Church
Boise, $1,500                                                                              Children’s Home Society of Idaho              First United Methodist Church of Boise
                                              $2,000                                       Boise, $138,342                               $2,000
Agency for New Americans                      Boise High School
Boise, $250                                                                                The Children’s School of Boise, Inc.          Foothills School of Arts & Sciences
                                              $2,000                                       $750                                          Boise, $750
All Saints Episcopal Church                   Boise Little Theater, Inc.
Boise, $1,308                                                                              Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints   Garden City Library Foundation
                                              $1,000                                       Boise, $500                                   $1,000
Alzheimer’s Disease & Related Disorders       Boise Master Chorale
Association, Inc.                                                                          Cole Community Church                         Genesis World Mission, Inc.
                                              $100                                         Boise, $250                                   Garden City, $3,500
Boise, $250
                                              Boise Philharmonic Association, Inc.         CARE: Community Alzheimer’s Respite &         Hillview United Methodist Church
American Heart Association                    $126,036 (A)
Boise, $1,500                                                                              Enrichment Inc.                               Boise, $5,000
                                              Boise Public Schools Education Fnd., Inc.    Boise, $650                                   Humphreys Diabetes Center, Inc.
American Red Cross of Greater Idaho—          $22,964
Treasure Valley Branch                                                                     Computers for Kids, Inc.                      Boise, $46,508
                                              Boise Rescue Mission                         Boise, $250                                   Idaho Black Bear Rehab, Inc.
Boise, $3,250                                 $25,444
Animals in Distress Association, Inc.                                                      Congregation Ahavath Beth Israel              Garden City, $440
                                              Boise Samaritan Village’s Care Center        Boise, $1,800                                 Idaho Black History Museum, Inc.
Boise, $2,000                                 $250
ArtFaire, Inc.                                                                             Culinary Skills Training Center, Inc.         Boise, $1,955
                                              Boise State University                       Boise, $34,122 (A)                            Idaho Botanical Gardens, Inc.
Boise, $2,900 (A)                             $8,500
Assistance League of Boise                                                                 Discovery Center of Idaho, Inc.               Boise, $37,500
                                              Boise State University Foundation            Boise, $12,500 (A)                            Idaho Dept. of Commerce & Labor
$3,385                                        $43,152
Balance Dance Company                                                                      Dress for Success Boise, Inc.                 Boise, $13,750
                                              Boise Unitarian Universalist Fellowship      Meridian, $2,250
Boise, $714                                   Garden City, $500                                                                          Idaho Community Foundation
Ballet Idaho, Inc.                                                                         Eagle Academy                                 Boise, $22,117
                                              Boise Valley Habitat for Humanity, Inc.      $1,694
Boise, $19,000                                $214                                                                                       Idaho Conservation League, Inc.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Southwest Idaho                                                Eagle Elementary School                       Boise, $1,000
                                              Boys and Girls Club of Ada County            $389
Boise, $1,500                                 Garden City, $10,357 (A)                                                                   Idaho Dance Theatre Inc.
Bishop Kelly High School Foundation                                                        Easter Seals-Goodwill Northern Rocky          Boise, $1,413
                                              The Cabin                                    Mountain, Inc.
Boise, $3,450                                 Boise $3,480                                                                               Idaho Diabetes Youth Programs, Inc.
                                                                                           Boise, $1,500 (A)                             Boise, $22,401
The Bogus Basin Lifetime Sports Education     Capital City Public Market
Foundation, Inc.                                                                           Esther Simplot Performing Arts Academy        Idaho Educational Public Broadcasting
                                              Boise, $1,000
Boise, $714                                                                                Boise, $51,073                                Foundation, Inc.
                                              The Caring Foundation, Inc.
Boise Art Museum, Inc.                        Boise, $7,692                                Faith in Action of Boise, Inc.                Boise, $14,446
$21,570                                       Cascade Lake 4-H Camp, Inc.                  $1,297                                        Idaho Elks Rehabilitation Hospital
Boise City Independent School District 1      Caldwell, $250                               Family Advocacy Center and Education          Boise, $4,500
$2,500                                        CASI Foundation for Children, Inc.           Services                                      Idaho Foodbank Warehouse, Inc.
                                              Boise, $1,842                                Boise, $18,500                                Boise, $2,750


38       Funds
Idaho House Special Project Fund             Idaho Wildlife Federation                   Lee Pesky Learning Center                   Simply Cats
Boise, $5,000                                Boise, $2,117                               Boise, $250                                 Boise, $500
Idaho Humane Society, Inc.                   Idaho Women’s Charitable Foundation, Inc.   Meridian Boys and Girls Club                Small Village Foundation, Inc.
Boise, $4,980                                Boise, $5,900                               Garden City, $1,000                         Boise, $1,000
Idaho Humanities Council                     Idaho Women’s Network Education &           Meridian Education Foundation               South Junior High School
Boise, $15,658                               Research Fund                               $1,000                                      Boise, $300
Idaho Lions Sight and Hearing Fnd., Inc.     Boise, $500                                 Meridian Joint School District 2            Special Olympics Idaho, Inc.
Boise, $3,707                                Idaho Youth Ranch, Inc.                     $2,750 (A)                                  Boise, $500
Idaho Museum of Mining and Geology           Boise, $3,655                               Ministry to the Aged                        St. Joseph’s School
Boise, $281                                  Idaho Zoological Society                    Boise, $500                                 Boise, $1,000
Idaho Oral History Center                    Boise, $89,335                              Mothers Against Drunk Driving,              St. Luke’s Health Foundation, Ltd.
Boise, $3,613                                Innerlight Women’s Recovery Association     Idaho Chapter                               Boise, $5,714 (A)
Idaho Rivers United, Inc.                    Boise, $1,750                               Boise, $500                                 St. Mark’s Catholic Church
Boise, $500                                  The Jesse Tree of Idaho                     Mountain States Group, Inc.                 Boise, $500
Idaho Shakespeare Festival, Inc.             Boise, $1,643                               Boise, $10,000                              St. Mary’s Church
Boise, $10,502 (A)                           Junior League of Boise                      National Alliance for the Mentally Ill,     Boise, $4,000
Idaho Syringa Girls State                    $1,002                                      Idaho Chapter, NAMI                         St. Michael’s Episcopal Cathedral
Boise, $500                                  Kuna Joint District                         Albion, $214                                Boise, $6,750
Idaho Voices for Children Foundation, Inc.   $7,800                                      National Federation of the Blind of Idaho   State of Idaho Commission for the Blind and
Garden City, $10,300                         The Landing Foundation                      Boise, $250                                 Visually Impaired
Idaho Assoc. for the Education of Young      Eagle, $2,000                               Neighborhood Housing Services, Inc.         Boise, $1,000
Children                                     Learning Lab, Inc.                          Boise, $1,000                               The Cross at Tablerock
Boise, $500                                  Garden City, $30,856 (A)                    New Heritage Theatre Company                Boise, $1,683
                                                                                         Boise, $1,000                               Teen Challenge of Idaho, Inc.
                                                                                         Opera Idaho, Inc.                           Boise, $1,000
                                                                                         Boise, $8,700                               Terry Reilly Health Services
                                                                                         Peregrine Fund                              Nampa, $4,500
                                                                                         Boise, $500                                 Treasure Valley Family YMCA
                                                                                         Planned Parenthood of Idaho, Inc.           Boise, $115,839
                                                                                         Boise, $2,383                               Turn Around Scholarship Fund
                                                                                         Poetry Slam Incorporated                    Boise, $11,500
                                                                                         Boise, $1,413                               United Way of Treasure Valley
                                                                                         Project PATCH                               Boise, $7,902
                                                                                         Boise, $1,000                               Vineyard Christian Fellowship
                                                                                         Riverstone Community School, Inc.           Boise, $250
                                                                                         Boise, $1,500                               Women’s and Children’s Alliance, Inc.
                                                                                         Ronald McDonald House Charities of Idaho,   Boise, $13,402
                                                                                         Inc.
                                                                                         Boise, $1,350                               Total Ada County – $1,223,300
                                                                                         Saint Alphonsus Regional Medical Center
                                                                                         Foundation
                                                                                         Boise, $1,608                               BANNOCK COUNTY
                                                                                         The Salvation Army Boise Corps              Aid for Friends, Inc.
                                                                                         $1,000                                      Pocatello, $1,109
                                                                                         Salvation Army, Boise Chapter               Bright Tomorrows, Inc.
                                                                                         $3,618                                      Pocatello, $500
                                                                                         Senior Solutions, Inc.                      City of Pocatello—Parks and Recreation Dept.
                                                                                         Boise, $4,592                               $2,000

                                                                                                                                                                 Grants         39
Family Services Alliance of Southeast Idaho    BENEWAH COUNTY                                 Blaine County Hunger Coalition, Inc.   The Crisis Hot Line, Inc.
Pocatello, $10,000                                                                            Hailey, $250                           Ketchum, $3,000
Idaho Association for the Education of         Benewah Community Hospital                     Blaine County Recreation District      Emmanuel Episcopal Church
Young Children                                 St. Maries, $4,000                             Hailey, $6,245                         Hailey, $3,000
Boise, $750                                    Hospice of Benewah County, Inc.                Blaine County Seniors’ Council, Inc.   Environmental Resource Center
Idaho Educational Public Broadcasting          St. Maries, $1,309                             Hailey, $14,500                        Ketchum, $1,000
Foundation, Inc.
Boise, $2,488                                  St. Maries Seventh-day Adventist School        Blaine Manor                           Family Connection Project, Inc.
                                               $1,300 (A)                                     Hailey, $1,500                         Hailey, $1,250
Idaho Shakespeare Festival, Inc.
Boise, $7,000 (A)                              Total Benewah County – $6,609                  The Campfire Foundation, Inc.          Fifth Judicial District CASA Program, Inc.
Idaho State Civic Symphony Association, Inc.                                                  Ketchum, $3,700                        Jerome, $5,000
Pocatello, $3,500 (A)                                                                         Caritas Chorale Limited                Hailey Ice, Inc.
Idaho State University
                                               BINGHAM COUNTY                                 Ketchum, $2,000                        $3,000
Pocatello, $11,693 (A)                                                                        College of Southern Idaho              Hailey Public Library
                                               Bingham County Historical Society
Idaho State University Foundation                                                             Hailey, $19,500                        $4,831
                                               Blackfoot, $2,000
Pocatello, $2,000 (A)                                                                         Community Library Association, Inc.    Hailey Ski Team
                                               Blackfoot Community Players, Inc.
Marshall Public Library                                                                       Ketchum, $2,500                        $5,000
                                               $4,000
Pocatello, $5,830                                                                             Company of Fools, Inc.                 Hospice of the Wood River Valley, Inc.
                                               The Cabin
Pocatello Art Center                                                                          Hailey, $1,000                         Ketchum, $2,080
                                               Boise, $2,000 (A)
$2,000                                                                                        The Council Circle Foundation, Inc.    Idaho Foodbank Warehouse, Inc.
Pocatello Arts Council                         Firth Middle School
                                                                                              Hailey, $2,580                         Boise, $500
$5,000                                         $3,525 (A)
Pocatello Cross Country Ski Foundation, Inc.   Idaho Education Alliance for Solutions, Inc.
$1,000                                         Shelley, $2,065 (A)
Portneuf Greenway Foundation, Inc.             Lillian Valley School, Inc.
Pocatello, $8,544                              Blackfoot, $59,028
Salvation Army Pocatello Corps                 North Bingham County District Library
$3,500                                         Shelley, $546
Sixth Judicial District CASA Program, Inc.     Shoshone-Bannock Tribes
Pocatello, $3,000                              Fort Hall, $44,564
South Bannock County Historical Center,        Silver Sage Girl Scout Council, Inc.
Inc.                                           Boise, $1,282
Lava Hot Springs, $586
Southeast Idaho Farmers Market                 Total Bingham County – $119,010
Pocatello, $4,800
Total Bannock County – $75,300                 BLAINE COUNTY
BEAR LAKE COUNTY                               Advocates for Real Community Housing
                                               Ketchum, $1,750
Bear Lake County Library District              Advocates for Survivors of Domestic Violence
Montpelier, $3,500                             and Sexual Assault, Inc.
Bear Lake Valley Health Care Foundation        Hailey, $9,500
Montpelier, $4,400                             American Association of Avalanche
Montpelier Community Foundation, Inc.          Professionals
$4,000                                         Ketchum, $1,000
Montpelier Parks and Recreation                American Red Cross of Greater Idaho
$1,500                                         Boise, $250
National Oregon/California Trail Center        Animal Shelter of Wood River Valley
Montpelier, $4,000 (A)                         Hailey, $500
Total Bear Lake – $17,400                      Bellevue Public Library
                                               $10,500
40       Grants
Idaho Youth Ranch, Inc.                            University of Idaho, Blaine County Extension   Panida Theater Committee, Inc.                Idaho Diabetes Youth Programs, Inc.
Boise, $5,000                                      Hailey, $1,500                                 Sandpoint, $8,000                             Boise, $7,489
Jerome County Senior Citizens Service Area, Inc.   Wood River Community Young Men’s               Pend Oreille Arts Council, Inc.               City of Idaho Falls
$3,000                                             Christian Association, Inc.                    Sandpoint, $5,000 (A)                         $4,772
Lee Pesky Learning Center                          Ketchum, $40,250                               Sandpoint Area Seniors, Inc.                  Idaho Falls Arts Council, Inc.
Boise, $5,750                                      Wood River Jewish Community Center Inc.        $5,000                                        $15,174
Make-a-Wish Foundation of Idaho                    Ketchum, $750                                  Sandpoint Waldorf School                      Idaho Falls Ducks Unlimited
Boise, $250                                        Wood River Land Trust                          $10,000                                       $255
The Nature Conservancy                             Hailey, $7,250                                 West Bonner County School District 83         Idaho Falls Public Library
Hailey, $4,675                                     Wood River Valley Dollars for Scholars Fnd.    Priest River, $5,000 (A)                      $5,117
Papoose Club                                       Ketchum, $500                                                                                Idaho Falls Symphony Society, Inc.
                                                                                                  Total Bonner County – $123,035
Ketchum, $500                                      Wood River Women’s Charitable Foundation                                                     $5,429 (A)
Planned Parenthood of Idaho, Inc.                  Ketchum, $18,500                                                                             Idaho Falls Youth Arts Centre, Inc.
Boise, $4,000                                                                                                                                   $8,000 (A)
Positive Partners Assistance Dogs, Inc.
                                                   Total Blaine County – $250,396                 BONNEVILLE COUNTY                             Idaho Old Time Fiddlers Association, Inc.
Hailey, $1,000                                                                                    Big Brothers Big Sisters of Southeast Idaho   Idaho Falls, $2,000
Presbyterian Church of the Big Wood                                                               Idaho Falls, $4,000                           Idaho Youth Ranch, Inc.
Ketchum, $1,000                                    BOISE COUNTY                                   Bonneville County Historical Society, Inc.    Boise, $2,000
Rotarun Ski Club, Inc.                             Garden Valley School District 71               Idaho Falls, $5,117                           Judicial District VII CASA
Hailey, $4,830                                     $1,000                                         Bonneville County Humane Society              Idaho Falls, $1,950
Sagebrush Equine Training Center for the                                                          Idaho Falls, $1,059                           Opera Idaho, Inc.
Handicapped, Inc.                                  Total Boise County – $1,000                    Boy Scouts of America, Grand Teton Council    Boise, $15,000
Hailey, $5,000                                                                                    Idaho Falls, $1,000                           Parent to Parent, Inc.
Sawtooth Botanical Garden, Inc.                                                                   The Caring Foundation, Inc.                   Idaho Falls, $10,000
Sun Valley, $500                                   BONNER COUNTY                                  Boise, $6,000                                 Regional Council for Christian Ministry, Inc.
Silver Sage Girl Scout Council, Inc.                                                              Chapel of the Valley                          Idaho Falls, $691
Boise, $250                                        Bonner Community Food Center                   Swan Valley, $2,117                           Shepherd’s Inn Corporation
Snake River Alliance Education Fund, Inc.          Sandpoint, $6,250                              Community Outreach Center, Inc.               Idaho Falls, $1,250
Boise, $2,000                                      Bonner County Historical Society               Idaho Falls, $500                             St. Luke’s Episcopal Church
South Central Head Start                           Sandpoint, $569                                Eagle Rock Art Museum & Education Center,     Idaho Falls, $585
Twin Falls, $2,000                                 Bonner County Partners in Care Clinic, Inc.    Inc.                                          St. Vincent de Paul of Idaho Falls Conference
St. Luke’s Wood River Foundation, Inc.             Sandpoint, $3,000                              Idaho Falls, $1,000                           $2,500
Ketchum, $3,000                                    East Bonner County Free Library District       Eastern Idaho Technical College Foundation    Tautphaus Park Zoological Society, Inc.
St. Thomas Episcopal Church                        Sandpoint, $15,000                             Idaho Falls, $2,238                           Idaho Falls, $3,175
Ketchum, $9,000                                    Festival at Sandpoint, Inc.                    Family Assistance in Transitional Housing,
                                                   $20,000 (A)                                                                                  Total Bonneville County – $126,217
Sun Valley Adaptive Sports                                                                        Inc. (F.A.I.T.H.)
Ketchum, $250                                      Hope Elementary School                         Idaho Falls, $400
Sun Valley Center for the Arts and Humanities,     $4,150 (A)                                     First Presbyterian Church of Idaho Falls
Inc.                                               Hope-Clark Fork-Trestle Creek Chamber of       $3,732                                        BOUNDARY COUNTY
$4,250                                             Commerce, Inc.                                 Goodfellow Fund, Inc.
Sun Valley Opera Company                           $1,500                                         Idaho Falls, $4,241                           Bonner County Economic Development
Ketchum, $3,000                                    Lake Pend Oreille School District 84           Habitat for Humanity of                       Corp.
Sun Valley Performing Arts Center, Inc.            Ponderay, $20,000                              Idaho Falls $2,250                            Sandpoint, $2,000
$4,995                                             NW Lions Foundation for Sight & Hearing        Haven Homeless Shelter                        Boundary County
Sun Valley Summer Symphony                         Seattle, WA $1,000                             Idaho Falls, $4,000                           Bonners Ferry, $2,443
$10,960 (A)                                        Panhandle Alliance for Education, Inc.         Hospice of Eastern Idaho, Inc.                Boundary County 4-H
United Church of Religious Science Light On        Sandpoint, $8,566                              Idaho Falls, $2,117                           Bonners Ferry, $4,890 (A)
the Mountains Spiritual Center                     Panhandle Animal Shelter                       Humane Society of the Upper Valley            Lake Pend Oreille High School
Sun Valley, $500                                   Sandpoint, $10,000                             Idaho Falls, $1,059                           Sandpoint, $1,000
                                                                                                                                                                             Grants         41
                                                                                   Idaho Association of Family and Consumer   Grace Joint School District 148
                                                                                   Sciences                                   $9,915 (A)
                                                                                   Parma, $458                                North Gem School District 149 Education
                                                                                   Lee Pesky Learning Center                  Foundation, Inc.
                                                                                   Boise, $3,659 (A)                          Bancroft, $3,500 (A)
                                                                                   The Mentoring Network, Inc.                Soda Springs Joint School District 150
                                                                                   Caldwell, $3,000 (A)                       $1,000 (A)
                                                                                   Mercy Hospital, Inc.                       Total Caribou County – $25,415
                                                                                   Nampa, $1,000
                                                                                   City of Nampa
                                                                                   $3,650 (A)                                 CASSIA COUNTY
                                                                                   Nampa Civic Foundation, Inc.               Albion American Legion Auxiliary Unit 124
                                                                                   $1,250                                     $500
                                                                                   Nampa Family Justice Center                Albion Senior Citizens, Inc.
                                                                                   $2,500                                     $500
                                                                                   Nampa Schools Foundation                   City of Burley
                                                                                   $250                                       $5,000
                                                                                   Northwest Children’s Home Inc.             Burley Public Library
                                                                                   Nampa, $6,000 (A)                          $6,235 (A)
                                                                                   Northwest Nazarene University, Inc.        Declo Junior High School
                                                                                   Nampa, $3,000                              $2,287 (A)
                                                                                   Original Gangster’s Basic Academy of       Elba, Inc.
                                                                                   Delinquency, Inc.                          $2,500
                                                                                   Nampa, $3,000 (A)                          Idaho Humanities Council
North Idaho Community Action Network    Camas County Senior Citizens Association   Patricia Romanko Public Library            Boise, $2,000
Sandpoint, $1,500                       Fairfield, $1,000                          Parma, $1,700                              King Fine Arts Center
Sandpoint High School                                                              Planned Parenthood of Idaho, Inc.          Burley, $5,000
                                        Total Camas County – $4,000                Boise, $2,500
$3,000                                                                                                                        Mini-Cassia Community Chest, Inc.
                                                                                   The Salvation Army Cascade Division        Burley, $10,000
Total Boundary County – $14,833         CANYON COUNTY                              Nampa, $10,000                             Mount Harrison Heritage Foundation
                                                                                   SÍ Se Puede Idaho, Inc.                    Burley, $2,011
                                        Albertson College of Idaho, Inc.           Boise, $500
BUTTE COUNTY                            Caldwell, $133,000                                                                    Oakley Jr./Sr. High School
                                                                                   St. Paul’s Catholic Church                 $2,000 (A)
                                        The Boys and Girls Club of Nampa, Inc.     Nampa, $500
Butte County High School                $9,500 (A)                                                                            Pomerelle Institute, Inc.
Arco, $4,500 (A)                                                                   Terry Reilly Health Services               Albion, $2,759
                                        The Cabin                                  Boise, $8,250
Lost Rivers Senior Citizens, Inc.       Boise, $1,000 (A)                                                                     Raft River Bookmobile
Arco, $500                                                                         Treasure Valley Family YMCA                Almo, $3,000
                                        Caldwell Fine Arts Series, Inc.            Boise, $500
Lost Rivers Medical Center Foundation   $1,604                                                                                Raft River Elementary School
Mackay, $4,500                                                                     Valley Crisis Center, Inc.                 Burley, $3,750 (A)
                                        Canyon County 4-H                          Nampa, $1,000
Total Butte County – $9,500             Caldwell, $250                                                                        Raft River Jr./Sr. High School
                                                                                   Total Canyon County – $210,770             Malta, $3,000 (A)
                                        Canyon County Habitat for Humanity, Inc.
                                        Nampa, $5,000                                                                         Total Cassia County – $50,542
CAMAS COUNTY                            First Book-Treasure Valley                 CARIBOU COUNTY
                                        Caldwell, $3,000 (A)                                                                  CLARK COUNTY
Camas County District Library           Friends of the Nampa Public Library        City of Grace
Fairfield, $3,000                       $3,699                                     $10,000                                    Clark County School District 161
                                                                                   Grace District Library                     Dubois, $1,250
                                        Hope House, Inc.
                                        Marsing, $1,000                            $1,000                                     Total Clark County – $1,250

42       Grants
CLEARWATER COUNTY                              Franklin County Clerk’s Office
                                               Preston, $2,000
                                                                                      West Central Highlands Resource
                                                                                      Conservation & Development Council
                                                                                                                              KOOTENAI COUNTY
Cavendish-Teakean Elementary School            Franklin County Medical Center         Emmett, $8,000                          Association for Handicapped Recreation, Inc.
Lenore, $5,000 (A)                             Preston, $2,700                        Total Gem County – $41,738              Coeur d’Alene, $2,500 (A)
Clearwater United Education Foundation         Franklin County Reading Association                                            Big Brothers Big Sisters of North Idaho, Inc.
Orofino, $2,850 (A)                            Preston, $3,000 (A)                                                            Coeur d’Alene, $5,250
Clearwater Valley Hospital and Clinics, Inc.   Larsen-Sant Public Library             GOODING COUNTY                          Birthright of North Idaho, Inc.
Orofino, $2,500                                Preston, $3,000                        American Legion Post 0030 Perry Byam    Coeur d’Alene, $250
Clearwater Youth Alliance, A Community         West Side School District 202          Gooding, $500                           Boy Scouts of America, Inland Northwest
Coalition for Youth                            Dayton, $6,587 (A)                     Gooding County Senior Citizens          Council
Orofino, $2,000                                                                       Organization, Inc.                      Hayden, $9,000
                                               Total Franklin County – $32,452
Orofino Joint School District                                                         $1,500                                  Boys and Girls Club of Kootenai County
$6,520 (A)                                                                            Hagerman Valley Senior and              Idaho, Inc.
Pierce Recreation District                                                                                                    Coeur d’Alene, $250
$1,000
                                               FREMONT COUNTY                         Community Center
                                                                                      $1,838                                  The Caring Foundation, Inc.
Weippe Community Club                          Ashton Elementary School                                                       Boise, $6,000
$2,000                                                                                Total Gooding County – $3,838           Carrousel Players of the Coeur d’Alene
                                               $2,808 (A)
Weippe Elementary School                       Fremont County Joint School District                                           Summer Theatre
$5,000 (A)                                     St. Anthony, $3,500 (A)                IDAHO COUNTY                            $1,250
                                                                                                                              Children’s Village, Inc.
Total Clearwater County – $26,870              Total Fremont County – $6,308          Grangeville Joint School District 241   Coeur d’Alene, $1,750
                                                                                      $1,150                                  Christ the King Lutheran Church
                                                                                      Idaho CASA Association, Inc.            Coeur d’Alene, $750
CUSTER COUNTY                                  GEM COUNTY                             Jerome, $1,000                          Coeur d’Alene Area Swim Team
Challis Joint School District 181                                                     Kids Klub, Inc.                         Post Falls, $250
                                               City Life, Inc.                        Grangeville, $4,625 (A)
$2,500 (A)                                     Emmett, $5,000                                                                 Coeur d’Alene Homes, Inc.
Clayton Area Historical Association, Inc.                                             Monastery of St. Gertrude               $18,750
                                               City of Emmett                         Cottonwood, $3,900 (A)
$2,500                                         $3,217                                                                         Coeur d’Alene Public Library Fnd., Inc.
                                                                                      Royal Gem Rebekah Lodge #13             $250
Total Custer County – $5,000                   Emmett Community Playhouse, Inc.       White Bird, $1,500
                                               $535                                                                           Coeur d’Alene Symphony Orchestra, Inc.
                                               Emmett Ferret Shelter                  Total Idaho County – $12,175            $8,500 (A)
                                                                                                                              Community Building Partners, Inc.
ELMORE COUNTY                                  $441
                                                                                                                              Post Falls, $6,000
Mountain Home Performing Arts, Inc.
                                               Emmett Public Library
                                               $5,362
                                                                                      JEFFERSON COUNTY                        Consolidated Free Library District
$2,688 (A)                                     First Presbyterian Church              Hamer Elementary School                 Hayden, $3,250 (A)
South Fork Boise River Association             Emmett, $250                           $500                                    Debt Reduction Services, Inc.
Pine, $3,500                                   Gem County Recreation District         Mud Lake City Council                   Boise, $1,000
Three Island Senior Citizens, Inc.             Emmett, $3,216                         Terreton, $2,000                        Dirne Community Health Clinic
Glenns Ferry, $3,500                           Gem County Senior Citizens, Inc.       West Jefferson School District 253      Coeur d’Alene, $1,250
                                               Emmett, $4,000                         Terreton, $4,200 (A)                    First Judicial District CASA Program, Inc.
Total Elmore County – $9,688                                                                                                  Coeur d’Alene, $500
                                               Idaho Foodbank Warehouse, Inc.         Total Jefferson County – $6,700
                                               Boise, $4,000                                                                  Fresh Start
                                                                                                                              Coeur d’Alene, $750
FRANKLIN COUNTY                                Project Starfish, Inc.
                                               Emmett, $3,217                         JEROME COUNTY                           Genesis Associates, Inc.
City of Franklin                               St. Mary’s Episcopal Church                                                    Coeur d’Alene, $2,000
                                                                                      Jerome School District                  Good Samaritan Rehabilitation, Inc.
$13,000                                        Emmett, $500                           $2,750 (A)                              Coeur d’Alene, $1,000
Franklin County                                Sweet-Montour Elementary School
Preston, $2,165                                $4,000                                 Total Jerome County – $2,750            Greyhound Pets of America
                                                                                                                              Hauser, $250
                                                                                                                                                           Grants         43
Hospice of North Idaho, Inc.                    Post Falls Public Library                        Palouse-Clearwater Environmental        Salmon Valley Civic Arts Council, Inc.
Hayden, $500                                    $2,000                                           Institute, Inc.                         $1,500
Human Rights Education Institute, Inc.          Project Safe Place                               Moscow, $2,000                          Steele Memorial Benefit Association
Coeur d’Alene, $250                             Coeur d’Alene, $1,000                            Sojourners’ Alliance Inc.               Salmon, $500
Idaho Association for the Education of          Red Hot Mamas                                    Moscow, $2,500
                                                                                                                                         Total Lemhi County – $15,741
Young Children                                  Coeur d’Alene, $500                              St. Mary’s Catholic Elementary School
Boise, $750                                     Salvation Army FBO Coeur d’Alene KROC            Moscow, $142
Idaho Child Abuse Response (I.C.A.R.E.), Inc.   Center                                           University of Idaho
Coeur d’Alene, $500                             Seattle, WA, $20,000                             Moscow, $20,339 (A)
                                                                                                                                         LINCOLN COUNTY
Idaho Drug Free Youth                           Second Chance Pet Rescue                         University of Idaho Foundation, Inc.    Richfield District Library
Coeur d’Alene, $250                             Hayden, $250                                     Moscow, $3,500 (A)                      $1,000
Idaho Shakespeare Festival, Inc.                Senior Citizens of the Post Falls Area of        Total Latah County – $44,730            Richfield School District 316
Boise, $5,000                                   Kootenai County                                                                          $3,000 (A)
Idaho Syringa Girls State                       $2,000                                                                                   Total Lincoln County – $4,000
Boise, $5,000                                   The Society of St. Vincent de Paul in the City
                                                                                                 LEMHI COUNTY
Idaho Women’s Network Education &               of Coeur d’Alene                                 Lemhi Community Grange
Research Fund
Boise, $250
                                                $5,000                                           $1,500                                  MADISON COUNTY
                                                Spokane Symphony Society                         Lemhi’s Afterschool Promise, Inc.
Idaho Youth Ranch, Inc.                         $3,000 (A)                                       Salmon, $7,000 (A)                      Carousel Chorus, Rexburg Chapter
Boise, $250                                     St. Luke’s Episcopal Church                                                              Idaho Falls, $1,750
                                                                                                 Lemhi’s Promise to Youth and Family
Kootenai County Police and Fire Memorial        Coeur d’Alene, $5,000                            Salmon, $1,500 (A)                      Madison County Senior Citizens
Foundation, Inc.                                St. Thomas Catholic Church                                                               Association, Inc.
                                                                                                 City of Salmon
Hayden, $250                                    Coeur d’Alene, $250                                                                      Rexburg, $1,713
                                                                                                 $3,500
Kootenai County Search and Rescue Council       St. Vincent de Paul Salvage Bureau                                                       Total Madison County – $3,463
                                                                                                 Salmon Elks Lodge #1620
Hayden, $250                                    Coeur d’Alene, $250                              $241
Kootenai Environmental Alliance                 TESH, Inc.
Coeur d’Alene, $250                             Coeur d’Alene, $500
Kootenai Humane Society, Inc.                   Volunteers of America
Hayden, $1,000                                  Coeur d’Alene, $9,375
Kootenai Medical Center Foundation, Inc.        The Women’s Center, Inc.
Coeur d’Alene, $18,000                          Coeur d’Alene, $1,250
Lake City Community Church                      Women’s Gift Alliance
Coeur d’Alene, $10,000                          Coeur d’Alene, $5,710
Mullan Trail Elementary School
Post Falls, $420                                Total Kootenai County – $177,255
National Multiple Sclerosis Society
Spokane, WA, $250
North Country Chapel
                                                LATAH COUNTY
Post Falls, $500                                Festival Dance and Performing Arts
North Idaho Friends of the Opera and the        Association, Inc.
Arts, Inc.                                      Moscow, $5,000 (A)
Coeur d’Alene, $5,000                           Idaho Assistive Technology Project
North Idaho Parents as Teachers                 Moscow, $7,899
Coeur d’Alene, $250                             Idaho Educational Public Broadcasting
Open Arms Pregnancy Care Center, Inc.           Foundation, Inc.
Coeur d’Alene, $1,250                           Boise, $2,350 (A)
Planned Parenthood of the Inland Northwest      Kenworthy Performing Arts Centre, Inc.
Spokane, WA, $250                               Moscow, $1,000

44       Grants
MINIDOKA COUNTY                                 Oneida County Library
                                                Malad, $2,500
                                                                                        Inland Northwest Lutheran Outdoor
                                                                                        Ministries
                                                                                                                                         Magic Valley Arts Council, Inc.
                                                                                                                                         Twin Falls, $1,256
American Legion Auxiliary #77                   Oneida County Senior Citizens           Coeur d’Alene, $5,000 (A)                        Magic Valley Symphony Orchestra
Paul, $500                                      Malad, $1,000                           Kellogg High School                              Twin Falls, $3,956
City of Rupert                                  Oneida Crisis Center, Inc.              $2,522 (A)                                       Mercy Housing Idaho, Inc.
$5,000                                          Malad, $7,400                           Shoshone County Community Health Clinic          Eagle, $1,000
Idaho Youth Ranch/Rupert Ranch                  Oneida School District 351              Osburn, $5,000                                   Murtaugh Joint School District
$1,307                                          Malad, $750                             Silver Valley Habitat for Humanity               $4,000 (A)
Mini-Cassia Reading Foundation                  Stone School                            Kellogg, $1,000                                  People for Pets—Magic Valley Humane
Heyburn, $3,000 (A)                             Malad, $2,000 (A)                       Wallace District Mining Museum, Inc.             Society, Inc.
Renaissance Arts Center, Inc.                                                           $500                                             Twin Falls, $500
                                                Total Oneida County – $17,950
Rupert, $5,000                                                                          Total Shoshone County – $17,032                  Ronald McDonald House Charities of
St. Nicholas Catholic School                                                                                                             Idaho, Inc.
Rupert, $4,551 (A)                              PAYETTE COUNTY                                                                           Boise, $3,250
Total Minidoka County – $19,358                 Armoral Tuttle Public Library
                                                                                        TETON COUNTY                                     The Salvation Army
                                                                                                                                         Twin Falls, $1,000
                                                New Plymouth, $2,220                    Targhee Institute                                Southern Idaho Learning Center
                                                Pioneer Youth Ranch                     Driggs, $1,933 (A)                               Twin Falls, $4,020
NEZ PERCE COUNTY                                Parma, $3,000                           Teton County School District 401                 Twin Falls County
                                                Warren E. McCain Middle School          Driggs, $5,500 (A)                               $2,500
Boys & Girls Clubs of the Lewis Clark Valley,   Payette, $55,219
Inc.                                                                                    Teton Valley Hospital Foundation                 Twin Falls Music Club Scholarship
Lewiston, $613                                  Total Payette County – $60,439          Driggs, $2,500                                   Foundation, Inc.
Habitat for Humanity Lewiston Clarkston                                                 Total Teton County – $9,933                      $1,256
Partners                                                                                                                                 Twin Falls Public Library Foundation, Inc.
$2,500
                                                POWER COUNTY                                                                             $2,513
Lewis-Clark State College                       American Falls District Library         TWIN FALLS COUNTY                                Valley Housing Coalition Twin Falls,
Lewiston, $614                                  $1,120                                                                                   $3,500
                                                                                        American Red Cross of Greater Idaho—             YMCA of Twin Falls, Inc.
Lewiston Library                                American Falls Education Foundation     Sawtooth Branch Office                           $2,000
$1,675                                          $2,000                                  Twin Falls, $1,000
Northwest Children’s Home                       American Falls Youth Center                                                              Total Twin Falls County – $57,440
                                                                                        Boy Scout Troop 20
Lewiston, $1,500                                $4,447                                  Burley, $2,500
Snake River Community Clinic, Inc.              Power County                            Boy Scouts of America, Snake River Council
Lewiston, $1,000                                American Falls, $9,300                  Twin Falls, $8,000                               VALLEY COUNTY
Whitman Elementary PTA                          Power County Fair Board                 Buhl Arts Council                                The Builder’s Thrift Store
Lewiston, $1,000                                American Falls, $2,400                  $2,000                                           Riggins, $1,000
Willow Center, Inc.                             Power County Search & Rescue            College of Southern Idaho Foundation, Inc.       Cascade Medical Center Foundation, Inc.
Lewiston, $1,000                                American Falls, $2,500                  Twin Falls, $3,500                               $250
Total Nez Perce County – $9,902                 Total Power County – $21,767            Filer Senior Haven, Inc.                         Cascade Public Library
                                                                                        $1,839                                           $1,000
                                                SHOSHONE COUNTY                         First Church of Christ Scientist of Twin Falls   Central Idaho Historical Museum
ONEIDA COUNTY                                                                           $500                                             McCall, $5,000
                                                City of Mullan                          Hansen Free Library District                     Idaho Educational Public Broadcasting
Idaho CASA Association, Inc.                    $1,000                                  $1,500
Jerome, $1,000                                                                                                                           Foundation, Inc.
                                                Clarkia Free Library District           Interfaith Volunteer Caregivers of the Magic     Boise, $5,000
Malad Elementary School                         $1,010                                  Valley
$1,300 (A)                                                                                                                               Idaho Shakespeare Festival, Inc.
                                                Greater Wallace Community Development   Twin Falls, $4,000                               Boise, $2,000
Malad Valley Theater Guild c/o City of Malad    Corporation                             Kimberly Public Library
$2,000                                                                                                                                   Long Valley Families in Crisis
                                                $1,000                                  $1,850                                           McCall, $5,000

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McCall Memorial Hospital Foundation, Inc.   Payette Lakes Ski Club             WASHINGTON COUNTY                      Mission Aviation Fellowship
$1,000                                      McCall, $7,159                                                            California, $2,000
McCall Public Library                       Shepherd’s Home, Inc.              Community Outreach Learning            National Center for Fathering
$1,500                                      McCall, $15,015                    Weiser, $4,000 (A)                     Kansas, $1,000
McCall Senior Center                        Snowdon Wildlife Sanctuary, Inc.   Project Rose Incorporated              Pacific Legal Foundation
$3,000                                      McCall, $2,000                     Weiser, $4,000                         Washington, $3,500
MCPAWS, Inc.                                Treasure Valley Family YMCA        Total Washington County – $8,000       Pasado’s Safe Haven
McCall, $1,750                              Boise, $5,000                                                             Washington, $250
Northwest Children’s Home, Inc.             Valley Center Cemetery District                                           Peninsula Bible Church
Lewiston, $2,000                            Donnelly, $2,000                   OUT-OF-STATE                           California, $2,250
Our Lady of the Lake Catholic Church        Total Valley County – $64,674                                             Rancho Santa Marta/Bethesda Teaching
                                                                               Aequus Institute
McCall, $5,000                                                                                                        Ministry
                                                                               New York, $3,000
                                                                                                                      California, $4,076
                                                                               Alzheimer’s Association Treatment &
                                                                                                                      Resonance Listening and Growth for
                                                                               Research Center
                                                                                                                      Women Inc.
                                                                               Minnesota, $500
                                                                                                                      Oklahoma, $500
                                                                               American Cancer Society, Inc.
                                                                                                                      Samaritan’s Purse
                                                                               Nevada, $500
                                                                                                                      North Carolina, $500
                                                                               America’s Future
                                                                                                                      Seeds of Peace, Inc.
                                                                               Missouri, $3,000
                                                                                                                      New York $250
                                                                               Campus Crusade for Christ, Inc.
                                                                                                                      Shikar-Safari Club International
                                                                               Florida, $900
                                                                                                                      Foundation
                                                                               Ezra International                     Alabama, $10,000
                                                                               California, $250
                                                                                                                      Sisters of the Road Cafe, Inc.
                                                                               Feed the Children, Inc.                Oregon, $250
                                                                               Oklahoma, $250
                                                                                                                      St. Michael the Archangel Parish
                                                                               Free the Children International        Hawaii, $5,000
                                                                               Canada, $250
                                                                                                                      University of California at San Francisco
                                                                               The Gideon’s International             Foundation
                                                                               Tennessee, $250                        California, $500
                                                                               Hands of Hope International            University of San Francisco
                                                                               California, $4,200                     California, $1,000
                                                                               Institute of Metaphysical Science      The University of Wisconsin Foundation
                                                                               California, $2,000                     Wisconsin, $300
                                                                               Jewish Federation of Greater Phoenix   Young Life
                                                                               Arizona, $500                          Colorado, $10,700
                                                                               Ludwig von Mises Institute
                                                                               Alabama, $3,000                        Total Out-of-State – $60,676




46       Grants
                     Regional Advisory                                                                     Rogers and Hazel Rose

                              Panel Members                                                                        Rogers and Hazel Rose Fund for KISU Public Television
                                                                                                          Rogers and Hazel Rose Fund for Eastern Idaho Technical College
                                                                                                                        Fund creators: Rogers and Hazel Rose, Idaho Falls
                                                                                                                                Fund type: Advised and Designated funds




 NORTHERN                                             EASTERN
 REGION                                               REGION
MARTY BECKER           DENNIS O’BRIEN                JILL ANDERSON          JORDAN SMITH
Boundary               Shoshone                      Madison                Lemhi
DONNA HUTTER           DICK ROGNAS                   RON BOLINGER           EVELYN STRAND
Bonner                 Nez Perce                     Power                  Custer
GREG JOHNSON           MARY SCHMIDT                  CAROL BURNETT          LAWRENCE RIGBY
Lewis                  Idaho                         Bannock                Caribou
MONICA JONES                                         LOUIS CHRISTENSEN
Clearwater             Panel Service Ended in 2006   Teton                  Panel Service Ended in 2006
FLIP KLEFFNER          PAUL ANDERSON                 KERRIE COPE            VONNIE LUE BROULIM
Latah                  Kootenai                      Jefferson              Jefferson
DAVE LINDSAY           KATIE BRODIE                  MIKE HESS              LAUREL HALL
Benewah                Kootenai                      Oneida                 Bonneville
TODD MADDOCK           BRUCE SWEENEY                 CAROLE MCWILLIAM       RANDY KERN
Nez Perce              Nez Perce                     Bannock                Bonneville
                                                                                                           Hazel Rose at home in Idaho Falls.
                                                     KAREN LOOSLI           PAUL PUGMIRE
                                                     Fremont                Madison
                                                                            J. WALTER ROSS                    “Kenlon Johnson was on the ICF Board and he
                                                     A.E. “BUD” MILLER
                                                     Bingham                Franklin                       invited us to the luncheon. We were impressed
                                                     VERLYN PARKER          BILL SAVAGE                    with what we heard at that event. We were
                                                     Bear Lake              Custer
                                                                                                           comfortable with the vision of the Foundation,
                                                                                                           and we were looking for a way to publicly
                                                                                                           support PBS.
 SOUTHWESTERN REGION
                                                                                                              “We started with our first fund in 1995 and
                                                                            Panel Service Ended in 2006
                                                                                                           eventually created the other two. I was enchanted
CYNDY BERLIN-LANTZ     SUS HELPENSTELL               PAT NELSON
Minidoka               Canyon                        Gooding                ELAINE JOHNSTON                with the young women from Eastern Idaho
MIKE FELTON            TOM KILLINGSWORTH             NORMA ODIAGA           Council                        Technical College and wanted to find a way to
Twin Falls             Ada                           Jerome                 DALE PETERSON                  help future students with their education.
                                                                            Caldwell
SYDNEY FIDLER          SANDRA LANCASTER              JULIE OXRANGO-INGRAM                                     “My late husband and I always felt it was the
Ada                    Gem                           Blaine                 CHRIS SALOVE
                                                                            Murphy
                                                                                                           right thing—a good thing, to go with ICF for
KIM FLETCHER           DON LIEBICH                   LINDA RAWLINGS
Cassia                 Blaine                        Ada                    KIKI TIDWELL                   these distributions. I am absolutely comfortable
BILL GILBERT           JAN MCBRIDE                   AMY ROE                Blaine                         with the long term support we’ve created for
Ada                    Twin Falls                    Payette                RON SALI                       these programs through our relationship with the
                                                                            Ada
SERGIO GUTIERREZ       SHAWN MILLER                  DALE SMITH                                            Idaho Community Foundation.”
Canyon                 Valley                        Elmore
                                                                                                                                         Panel Members            47
                                    Membership
                                                      The Idaho Community Foundation reaches far and wide, not only with its grant making, but with its
                                                      membership. Hundreds of people all over the state believe in ICF and support its mission of enriching the quality
                                                      of life throughout Idaho.




                                                      Benefactor (Membership              Patron (Membership of                Sponsor (Membership of              Kevin and Debbie McDonald,
                                                      of $1,000 and above)                $500-$999)                           $250-$499)                             Boise
                                                      Anthony and Susie Balukoff,         John and Martha Arrington,           Mary Abercrombie, Boise             Michael and Kathryn McNichols,
                                                         Boise                                Idaho Falls                      Richard and Sharon Allen,              Lewiston
                                                                                                                                                                   James and Carole McWilliam,
RESPONSIBILITIES                                      Richard and JoAnn Bennett,          Thomas and Marilyn Beck, Boise
                                                                                          Julie Chenoweth, Orofino
                                                                                                                                  Pasadena, CA
                                                                                                                               Gayle Allen and Carol                  Pocatello
                                                         Hayden Lake
   Members are charged with the responsibility                                            Darin and Ann DeAngeli, Boise           MacGregor, Boise                 Thomas and Cynthia Monge,
                                                      John and Susan Bennett,                                                                                         Sun Valley
of annually electing the Foundation’s Board and          Grangeville                      J. Brent and Sandra Fery, Boise      Kay Alspaugh, Boise
                                                                                          George and Barbara Gauzza,           Robert and Michelle Angell, Boise   Robert and Mary Lee Morrell,
providing general advice and assistance. It is this   Douglas and Deidre                                                                                              Boise
                                                         Chadderdon, Coeur d’Alene            Sandpoint                        Brad and Janice Baldwin,
statewide network that allows the good news of                                            Dan and Mary Givens, Boise              Hayden Lake                      Peter and Barrie O’Neill, Boise
                                                      Christopher Davidson and                                                                                     Skip and Esther Oppenheimer,
ICF to reach even the smallest Idaho towns.              Sharon Christoph, Boise          Ronald Graves and Diane Plastino     Harvey and Myrna Bickett,
                                                                                              Graves, Boise                       Gooding                             Boise
Members share the vision, encourage nonprofits        Edmund and Carol Dumke,                                                                                      C.L. “Butch” Otter, Star
                                                         Sun Valley                       Ralph and Mary Lynn Hartwell,        Katie Brodie, Hayden Lake
to apply for grants, and help create more funds                                               Idaho Falls                      Claude Gillespie and Hollis         Carolyn D. Patrick, Emmett
                                                      John and Delores Fery, Boise                                                                                 Keith and Michelle Pettyjohn,
so more distributions can be made. Our goal is                                            Jack and Julie Hawkins, Boise           Brookover, Boise
                                                      Robert and Roberta Halliday,        Donald and Jan Haworth, Eagle        Larry and Shirley Chetwood,            Boise
to have members in every Idaho county and                Boise                            Albert and Mildred Huber,               Meridian                         Park and Sharon Price,
community.                                            Fred and Sus Helpenstell,               Jackpot, NV                      Terry Curtis and Linda Grable-         Idaho Falls
                                                         Nampa                            Sara Ifft, Pocatello                    Curtis, Boise                    Marie H. Putnam, Idaho Falls
                                                      Tom and Alice Hennessey, Boise      Lex and Celia Kunau, Burley          Eugene and Letty Davis, Bruneau     Timothy and Wanda Quinn,
                                                      Michael Hummel and Suzanne          Mark and Kim Liebich, Boise          Ford and Jean Elsaesser,               Coeur d’Alene
                                                         Boyle, Eagle                     Richard and Yvonne Lierz, Boise         Priest River                     Richard and Georgiann
                                                      Duane and Susan Jacklin,            Brad and Teresa Little, Emmett       Michael and Brenda Felton, Buhl        Raimondi, Boise
MEMBERSHIP FEES                                          Post Falls                       Michael and Janet McBride,           Clark and Sydney Fidler, Boise      Earl and Jodi Reynolds, Boise
                                                                                                                                                                   James and Bette Roper, Burley
                                                      Ray and Effie Kaufman, Boise            Twin Falls                       Kent and Kim Fletcher, Burley
   ICF offers a graduated membership fee              Thomas and Teresa                   Alan and Royanne Minskoff, Boise     Ernest Fokes and Marilyn            Benjamin Rydalch and Laura
structure to accommodate those members who                                                Doug and Billie Nelson,                 Montgomery, Hayden Lake             Bettis, Boise
                                                         Killingsworth, Boise
                                                                                              Idaho Falls                      Betsy Gerdeman, Boise               Bryant and Valerie Rudd, Eagle
wish to support Foundation operating expenses.        Mark Kubiak and Susan Fenton                                                                                 Todd and Amy Rustad, Boise
                                                         Kubiak, Dover                    F. Craig and Carolyn Nelson,         Jack M. Gruber, Lewiston
The minimum donation for an annual                                                            Twin Falls                       Alan L. Gummersall, Boise           Louise Shadduck, Coeur d’Alene
                                                      Steven Love and Diane Ludgate,                                                                               David B. Shaw, Emmett
individual membership is $25. Corporate and              Boise                            T. Douglas and Nancy O’Brien,        David and Tiffanie Hanks,
                                                                                              Idaho Falls                         Fairfield                        Adelia G. Simplot, Boise
nonprofit memberships are also available.             Joseph and Patricia Marshall,                                                                                Gay C. Simplot, Boise
                                                         Boise                            Jane Falk Oppenheimer, Boise         Kenneth R. and Betty Huff, Boise
Membership contributions are 100% tax-                                                    Don and Lauri Ovitt, Salmon          Kenlon and Carol Johnson,           David and Debbie Slaughter,
                                                      Roger and Claudia Martell, Eagle                                                                                Sandpoint
deductible and are deposited directly into the        Richard and Susan Parrish, Boise
                                                                                          Alan and Wendy Pesky, Ketchum           Idaho Falls
                                                                                          Cathy Rosera, Boise                  Gregory Kaslo and Anita Kay         Alan and Janette Stanek, Pocatello
ICF General Operating Endowment to help               Dallas Peck and Cynthia Keller-                                                                              Will and Verle Storey, Bend, OR
                                                                                          J. L. and Pat Scott, Boise              Hardy, Boise
maintain the Foundation. For information                 Peck, Boise                      Jordan and Mary Smith, Salmon        Thomas and Joy Kealey, Boise        Bruce and Marilyn Sweeney,
about becoming a member, please refer to the          William and Lynda Rawlings,         Darrell Swigert and Elaine Martin,   R. Stanwood and Sharon Kohls,          Lewiston
                                                         Boise                                Meridian                            Hayden                           James and Cindy Todeschi, Eagle
enclosed envelope, visit our website at               Ben and Anna Rolphe,                                                                                         Stephen and Carol Trott, Boise
                                                                                          R. A. and Nancy Symms, Caldwell      John and Elizabeth Laden-Losch,
www.idcomfdn.org or contact the ICF office.              Hayden Lake                      Kiki Tidwell, Hailey                    Island Park                      Rosemarie Wimer, Boise
                                                      Gladys Schneidmiller, Post Falls    Thomas and Charlotte Unger,          Irv and Trudy Littman, Boise        James and Marlene Wogsland,
                                                      Gary T. Schneidmiller, Post Falls       Ketchum                          William and Patricia Lodge,            Hayden Lake
                                                      Richard and June Smith, Boise       William and Virginia Woolley,           Caldwell                         Peggy Wolfe, Caldwell
                                                                                              Boise                            Todd Maddock, Lewiston              Raymond Wolfe, Caldwell
                                                      Carmelita Spencer, Grangeville
                                                                                          Lucille Zanetti, Osburn              Barbara J. Marshall, Pocatello      Paul and Judy Yochum, Pocatello
                                                      Thomas C. Wright, Kirkland, WA

48       Membership
                                                                                                                                      Kalange Family
                                                                                                                                                         Kalange Family Philanthropic Gift Fund
Sustainer (Membership              Pete and Freda Cenarrusa, Boise   Gary and Carolyn Fletcher,      Charles and Lissa Hummel,
                                                                                                                                                  Thomas E. and Marilyn E. Kalange Family Fund
of $100-$249)                      Earl and Kathleen Chandler,          Boise                           Boise
Robert and Meridith Allis, Boise      Boise                          Randall and Keri Fowler,        Jack and Sylvia Hunt, Caldwell               Fund creators: Tom and Marilyn Kalange, Boise
Lawrence and Bertha Allsberry,     Don and Dolores Chapman,             Pocatello                    Richard and Donna Hutter,                                               Fund type: Advised
   Pocatello                          McCall                         Wayne and Susan Frieders,          Sandpoint
Paul and Carol Anderson,           Garn and Jackie Christensen,         Eagle                        Doyle and Kathryn Jacklin,
   Post Falls                         Boise                          Myron and Elfriede Gabbert,        Post Falls
Clen and Emma Atchley,             Donald and Joann Cissel,             McCall                       Bill and Jacqueline Jackson,
   Ashton                             Logandale, NV                  Richard and Peggy Garvin,          Boise
Don and Judy Atkinson,             Trent and Rebecca Clark,             Pocatello                    Heather Jauregui, Boise
   Ketchum                            Soda Springs                   David Giles, Eagle              E. G. Jenkins, Caldwell
Brian and Karen Ballard, Boise     Edward and Arita Cleary, Boise    Susan Graham, Boise             Peter and Carolyn Johnson,
David and Marlene Barber,          Richard Clemens, Boise            William and Gratia Griffith,       McCall
   Boise                           David and Monica Clements,           Hayden                       W. James and Karen Johnston,
Philip and Jacque Batt, Wilder        Eagle                          George and Florence Grismer,       Pocatello
Norman and Ellen Batt,             Linda J. Cook, Idaho Falls           Post Falls                   Joseph and Cynthia Jordan,
   Caldwell                        Richard E. Cooke, Boise           Sergio and Mary Gutierrez,         Boise
Marty and Teresa Becker,           Michael and Kerrie Cope,             Nampa                        Stephen and Cheryl Kaatz, Buhl
   Bonners Ferry                      Monteview                      James and Carol Haddock,        C. David and Renee Kading,
Joseph and Janet Bejsovec,         Robert Copsey, Boise                 Onaway                          Boise
                                   James and Peggy Countryman,       Orval and June Hansen,          Daniel and Pamela Keller,        Marilyn and Tom Kalange, Boise
   Boise
James and Sharon Bennett,             Coeur d’Alene                     Arlington, VA                   Preston
   Idaho Falls                     Shirley L. Crowe, Boise           George and Beverly Harad,       Mary Anne Kennevick, Boise          “We created our funds to be able to give back
William and Wendy Binegar,         Doris Cruzen, Boise                  Boise                        Randy and Debra Kern,            to the communities where we’ve lived and raised
   Boise                           Lee and Lori Cullen,              Fred and Patricia Harder,          Idaho Falls
W. Kurt and Lin Birkenhagen,          Hayden Lake                       Twin Falls                   Donald and Mary Knodell,         our family. Through hard work and good
   Pocatello                       D. Allen and Sandra Dalton,       Norbert and Eileen Hartmann,       Eagle                         fortune we’ve been blessed in our lives so we’ve
John and Sandra Bishop, Boise         Boise                             Monmouth, OR                 Bliss Knowles, Ketchum
                                   Harold and Katherine              Thomas W. Hartwell,             Leo M. Knudson, Pocatello        chosen to partner with the Idaho Community
Ernest Blackwelder and Sheila
   Hennessey, Chevy Chase, MD         Damiano, Coeur d’Alene            Idaho Falls                  Vic and Nancy Kobe,              Foundation to help others.
George and Susan Blodgett,         Bill and Bernadean Daniels,       Mark and Christine Hatch,          Boise
                                      Boise                             Idaho Falls                  Peter Kozisek and Julia             “As the son of a Greek immigrant, I feel
   Salmon
Margaret Borresen, Boise           Peter and Arlene Davidson,        James and Gail Hawkins, Boise      Robinson, Boise               fortunate to have been raised in Boise and to
                                      Boise                          Robert and Donna Marie Hayes,   Art and Sherry Krulitz,
Barbara A. Botsch, Sandpoint
                                   Judd and Diane DeBoer, Boise         Boise                           Pinehurst                     have attended St. Joseph’s School along with my
Richard and Connie Bowen,
   Boise                           Thomas and Linda Dixon, Boise     N. Charles and Polly            Lynn Kuwahara, Idaho City        three brothers. My wife, Marilyn, and I met in
Susan H. Bower, Idaho Falls        Del and Arlene Dodd, McCall          Hedemark, Boise              David and Patricia Lachiondo,    high school while we were both attending St.
James Dowen and Sue Ellen          James Dowen and Sue               June E. Heilman, Pocatello         Boise
   Bridgeman, Sun Valley              Bridgeman, Sun Valley          Leland and Brenda Heinrich,     Patrick and Joan Lamb,           Theresa’s Academy. Recently, we celebrated our
C. Richard and Vonnie Lue          Robert and Mary Drummond,            Cascade                         Sun Valley                    50th wedding anniversary along with our entire
   Broulim, Rigby                     Hayden Lake                    Patricia J. Heldt, Cambridge    James and Sandra Lancaster,
Barbara B. Brown, Idaho Falls      Paul Dubman and Diane             Tom and Shana Hennessey,           Emmett                        family, including our four children, their
Matthew and Sherri Brown,             Newton, Boise                     Mountain Home                Howard and Beverly Lancaster,    spouses, and our twelve grandchildren. The
   Caldwell                        David and Teresa Ducharme,        Patrick and Karen Hermanson,       Dalton Gardens
                                      Bellevue                          Pocatello                    Robert Lantz and Cyndy Berlin-   family is looking forward to giving back to our
Stephen and Anne Brown, Boise
Mark and Mary Bunce,               A. Dale and Jane Dunn, Eagle      Michael and Danece Hess,           Lantz, Rupert                 Church, the school system, and other worthy
   Pocatello                       Jack and Robin Dyck,                 Malad                        Mike and Ann Lane, Salmon
                                      Sandpoint                      Daniel and Mary Hess, Rexburg   Elliott Larsen, Preston          charities, which were instrumental in our
Carl and Gisela Burke, Boise
Anne Bush, Idaho Falls             Carl and Joanna Engle, Boise      Gene and Rosie Hill, Boise      James Laski and Jennifer Card,   family’s origin, education, and success.
                                   Andrew and Shannon Erstad,        John Hockberger and Velma          Bellevue
Stewart and Mary Butler,
                                      Boise                             Morrison, Boise              Dale and Rose Lavigne, Osburn       “Our comfort level with the Foundation was
   Hayden Lake
Richard Callow and Marcia          Kenneth and Valaree Estep,        Mark and Lynn Hofflund, Boise   David and Kirsten Lehman,        reached with ease after our first few interactions
   Driscoll, Boise                    Arbon                          Robert and Leslee Hoover,          Meridian                      with the staff. They continue to answer our
Joan D. Carley, Boise              John and Lola Evans, Burley          Caldwell                     Walter Minnick and A. K.
Robert and Elaine Carpenter,       John Pennings and Terese          Tom Hoppell, Emmett                Lienhart-Minnick, Boise       questions, take care of our needs, and will allow
   Caldwell                           Fandel, Hayden Lake            Charles and Kathleen Hosack,    Paul and Katie Link, Pocatello   us to help our favorite charities in this
Steven and Cindy Carr,             Roger and Sybil Ferguson,            Coeur d’Alene                Brent and Carol Lloyd, Boise
   Idaho Falls                        Rexburg                        Ronald and Mary Hughes, Boise   Bob and Tena Lokken, Boise       community for a very long time.”

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Donald and Nancy Longwith,        F. Edward and Jeanne             N. Randy and LaDean Smith,         Gene and Harriet Badesheim,     Nate Dallolio and Jennifer        June E. Judd, St. Maries
   Idaho Falls                       Osborne, Boise                   Pocatello                          Boise                           Peterson, Boise                Marion Kalbus, Nampa
Brian and Karen Loosli, Ashton    Herbert and Judith Patriarche,   Philip Nuxoll and Deborah          Irv Baldwin and Betsy Hill,     Robert R. Dargatz, Stanley        Jeffrey and Pamela Keller,
John and Marci Lynn Lundeby,         Boise                            Snyder, Lewiston                   Idaho City                   Mike Denning and Margaret            Yemassee, SC
   Coeur d’Alene                  Jeffrey Smith and Linda Payne    Sally Soltman, Grangeville         John Ballenot and Susan            Ganyo, Chubbuck                Virginia Kelly, Pocatello
Gregory and Kathleen Maag,           Smith, Boise                  Mary Fran Soltman, Grangeville        Reinhard, Boise              O. Keener Earle and Karen         Jana M. Kemp, Boise
   Pocatello                      Tom and Michelle Praggastis,     Patsy L. Sorenson,                 Britt and Cynthia Bambic,          Moore, Idaho Falls             Dorothy M. Kidd, Caldwell
Harry and Colleen Magnuson,          Sun Valley                       Coeur d’Alene                      Boise                        Ted E. Ellis, Garden City         Philip and Jo Ella Kleffner,
   Wallace                        Donald and Rose Price,           Craig and Jane Spencer,            Bill Clark and Amy Baruch,      Lillian Ellis-McCoy, Boise           Moscow
Steven Malek and Leanne              Nampa                            Grangeville                        Boise                        Roy and Frances Ellsworth,        Edward and Marjorie Kuchynka,
   Rousseau, Post Falls           Thomas and MaryLou Puckett,      Neal and Mary Lu Spencer,          Karl Baughman, Caldwell            Boise                             Weippe
Warren and Bernie McCain,            Nezperce                         Boise                           Judy M. Beeson,                 Richard and Shirley Fields,       Bill Kunerth, Pocatello
   Boise                          Richard and Mary Ellen Pugh,     Dan and Tana Stahn,                   Schaumburg, IL                  Boise                          Karen Lansing, Boise
Bill and Lori McCann, Lewiston       Cambridge                        Idaho Falls                     Frederick Belzer and Theresa    William and Beverly Fraser,       Thomas and Mary Lay, Eagle
James and Maureen McFadden,       Allen and Jolean Quimby,         J. D. and LaPriel Stein, Rexburg      Kaufmann, Pocatello             Boise                          Gail Le Bow, Boise
   Idaho Falls                       Boise                         Edward and Dorothy Stimpson,       Jean Betebenner, Boise          Allen and Raina Frei, Craigmont   Tom and Briana LeClaire,
Patrick and Karen McGahan,        Tod and Dani Rasmussen,             Boise                           Melvin E. Beutler, Dayton       George and Mary Freund,              Meridian
   Idaho Falls                       Boise                         Michael and Diana Thomas,          Dan and Brenda Blitman,            Idaho Falls                    David and Joan Lindsay,
James and Willa McLaughlin,       Madelyn D. Rawlinson,               Weiser                             Kuna                         William and Gay Fruehling,           Saint Maries
   Ketchum                           Seattle, WA                   Fred and Joan Thompson, Boise      William and Karla Bodnar,          Ketchum                        Arthur and Dorothy Long,
Michael and Martha McMurray,      Scott and Mary Lou Reed,         James and Karin Thompson,             Boise                        Edson and Patricia Fujii, Boise      Hope
   Eagle                             Coeur d’Alene                    Boise                           Roger and Donna Boe,            Steven R. Fuller, Preston         Robert and Ann Loucks, Salmon
Robert and Rita Mecham,           Philip and Jill Reed, Boise      John and Jan Thornton,                Pocatello                    Gregory Garlick and Marcia        Elise G. Lufkin, Hailey
   Spokane, WA                    Ami Reid, Boise                     Scio, OR                        Richard and Aris Boyle,            Wing, Boise                    Thomas and Betty Mahan,
M. Jay and Ranae Meyers,          Malcolm and Carol Renfrew,       Katherine S. Vogel, Emmett            Idaho Falls                  Carrie L. Getty, Idaho Falls         Jerome
   Pocatello                         Moscow                        John and Mary Wagers, Boise        Jayne Brown, McCall             William G. Gilbert, Jr., Boise    Gary and Kathleen Mahn, Boise
Chris and Kris Mikkelsen,         Lawrence and Marsha Rigby,       Peter and Anne Wagstaff,           James Bruce, Boise              Myron M. Goffin, Boise            James and Sharon Manning,
   Spokane                           Soda Springs                     Hayden Lake                     William and Doris Brydon,       Stephen Weeg and Nancy               Pocatello
Donald and Janet Miller, Boise    Julia Robinson, Boise            Marc and Nancy Sue Wallace,           Pocatello                       Greco, Pocatello               Douglas and Sharon McEwan,
Daniel and Maxine Miller,         Mike and Amy Roe, Payette           Hayden                          Dean and Judy Buffington,       Joseph Grismer, Wallace              Boise
   Lewiston                       Hazel Rose, Idaho Falls          Jess and Harriet Walters, Boise       Boise                        Todd and Angela Groberg,          John and Mary McGown, Boise
Josephine N. Miller, Boise        John and Karen Rosholt,          Margaret Watson, Parma             Doris Burnett, Pocatello           Idaho Falls                    Archie and Lorraine McGregor,
Sarah D. Monk, Boise                 Twin Falls                    Scott and Jennifer Wayman,         Howard and Carol Burnett,       James and Cynthia Hammond,           St. Maries
John and Beverly Montgomery,      J. Walter and Christina Ross,       Coeur d’Alene                      Pocatello                       Post Falls                     J. Michael and Theresa McLeod,
   Caldwell                          Preston                       Jennifer Wheeler, Boise            Alan and Lynne Caba, Nampa      John and Michele Hansen,             Boise
Michael and Karen Mooney,         Thomas and M. Susan Ryder,       Virginia W. Willard, Idaho Falls   Lawrence and Sandra Calkins,       Idaho Falls                    Dennis and Donna Meier, Boise
   Boise                             Boise                         David and Betty Willman, Boise        Richfield                    Dan Harpole, Boise                Glenn and Christina Michael,
Bob and Jeanie Mooney, Boise      Hayward and Karen Sawyer,        Jack and Mary Pat Winderl,         Cindy L. Campbell, Blackfoot    Richard and Patricia Hauff,          Boise
William and Mary Moore,              Sun Valley                       Garden City                     Donald W. Carleton, Moscow         Salmon                         Nicholas Miller and Cathy
   Caldwell                       James and Mary Schmidt,          Tyson and Janelle Wise, Boise      Michael and Vickie Chaney,      Barbara A. Hawley, Boise             Silak, Boise
Joseph and Lynn Morris,              Grangeville                   Sharon L. Woodhead, Boise             Meridian                     Amy Herzfeld, Boise               Michael Stoddard and Diane
   Coeur d’Alene                  Don and Sharmon Schmitt,         Gerald and MaryEllen               Bill Clark and Amy Baruch,      Nolan and Monica Hoffer,             Minnich, Boise
Phillip and Anita Murelaga,          Coeur d’Alene                    Woodworth, Rupert                  Boise                           Meridian                       Donald Mitchell, Boise
   Boise                          Marci Lynn Schreiber and John    Patricia G. Young, Boise           Elbert and Edith Cleaveland,    Ken and Maureen Holman,           Leon Smith and Janice
Robert and Rhonda Naftz,             Lundeby, Coeur d’Alene                                              Boise                           Pocatello                         Mittleider-Smith, Twin Falls
   Pocatello                      Jerome and Marcia Selig,         Supporter (Membership              Leo and Lulu Mae Coates,        Thomas J. Holmes, Pocatello       Christopher and Pam Moore,
Richard L. Napier, Idaho Falls       Scottsdale, AZ                of $50-$99)                           Jerome                       Lawrence Hyatt, Boise                Lewiston
James and Linda Neeley,           Alan and Laura Shealy, Boise     Mark and Cindy Absec, Kellogg      Charles Cole and Betsy          Donald and Dorothy Jacklin,       Basil and Susan Moore,
   Idaho Falls                    Marilyn T. Shuler, Boise         Andrew Akers, Pocatello               Dunklin, Boise                  Post Falls                        Sandpoint
Walter and Patricia Nelson,       Don and Mary Jean Simis,         Mike and Linda Allen, Salmon       Bernice B. Comstock, Boise      Richard and Trudy Jackson,        Vicki Murphy, Boise
   Gooding                           Gooding                       Bill and Elizabeth Allen,          Judie Conlan, Sandpoint            Emmett                         Ryan and Barbara Nelson,
Larry and Phyllis Nodler, Boise   J.D. and Carrie Simplot, Boise      Salmon                          Charles and Jacqueline Crist,   D. Blaine and Cynthia                Alexandria, VA
David and Yoshie Nordling,        J.R. and Esther Simplot, Boise   Ron and Jill Anderson, Rexburg        Boise                           Jacobson, Boise                Randall and Melissa Nelson,
   Boise                          Joe and Katherine Simunich,      Alan and Kelly Anderson, Boise     Gregory and Paula Culet,        James and Wendy Jaquet,              Boise
John and Norma Odiaga,               Meridian                      Jerry and Mildred Asker,              Caldwell                        Ketchum                        Herald and Donna Nokes,
   Jerome                         Pete and Rosalie Sisson, Boise      Grangeville                     Clyde and Vieno Culp,           Daniel and Carmelyn Johnson,         McCall
Eric and Connie Olson, Eagle      H. Eugene and Norma Slade,       John and Shirley Atteberry,           Rochester, MN                   Boise                          Marc and Chantel Orcutt, Boise
                                     Moscow                           Cambridge                       James and Candy Dale, Boise     Debra Johnson, Boise              Rich E. Orme, St. Anthony

50        Membership
Owen and Janet Orndorff, Boise   Frances Spofford, Boise            Isabel E. Bond, Moscow
Michael and Cathryn Pankau,      James and Christin Steele, Eagle   Mary Boone, New Meadows
   Idaho Falls                   Randy and Molly Steele,            Susan Borowicz, Elk City
Walter and Genevieve Paroni,        Lewiston                        Terry L. Brower, Pocatello
   Post Falls                    Harry and Suzanne Steger, Boise    Karen C. Bruner, Emmett
Steven R. Parry, Idaho Falls     W. Clinton and Michelle            Felicia Burkhalter, Boise
Paula Parsons, Sandpoint            Stennett, Ketchum               E. G. Caldwell, Malad City
William and Kimberly Peel,       Spencer and Evelyn Strand,         Edith M. Campbell,
   Eagle                            Challis                            Coeur d’Alene
Steven and JoAnn Peterson,       Robert and Brittany Strebel,       Kathleen M. Carr, Boise
   Twin Falls                       Smithfield                      Trish Checketts, Preston
Dale and Mary Ellen Peterson,    Edwin and Barbara Strickfaden,     Marie S. Christofferson,
   Caldwell                         Salmon                             Pocatello
Gary and Carol Pietsch,          Joan E. Sullivan, McCall           Jonalyn R. Clayton, Hayden
   Sandpoint                     H. Dean and Lynne Summers,         Laura K. Colson, Boise
Ed and Doris Pilkerton, Boise       Boise                           Charles Davis, Boise
Robert and Kathleen Pingree,     Michael and Hazel Sutton,          Natalie B. DelRio, Berkeley, CA
   Georgetown, MA                   Pocatello                       Rick Dinning, Bonners Ferry
James and Patricia Plumtree,     Roger and Yvonne Swanstrom,        Michael Doellman, Pocatello
   Garden City                      Boise                           Marcia L. Donner, Twin Falls
Robert and Hayley Potter,        Jon Swarthout, Boise               Glenn R. Downing, Pocatello
   Idaho Falls                   Robert and Mary Templin,           Donald F. Driscoll, McCall
Leonard and Ruth Purdy,             Post Falls                      Kathy Ellis, Boise
   Picabo                        Tom and Susan Thilo,               Hilarie Engle, Boise
Greg Putnam and Cindy Smith-        Coeur d’Alene                   Ted Epperly, Boise
   Putnam, Idaho Falls           Craig and Linda Thomas,            Reeta R. Farr, Ola
Susan Qualls, Nampa                 Montpelier                      James R. Fazio, Moscow
Kenneth and Pat Reiman, Kuna     Nicholas and Tacia Tsakrios,       Mary H. Freund, Idaho Falls
Stephen and Julie Rice,             Pocatello                       Richard M. Fryer, Idaho Falls
   Lewiston                      Keith and Ruth Turner,             Bonnie W. Gardner, Blackfoot
Paul and Alexis Rippel,             Twin Falls                      Sallee C. Gasser, Pocatello
   Idaho Falls                   Catherine Valenti, Meridian        Jeanette E. Germain, Boise
Alicia Ritter, Boise             Fred Wagahoff, Boise               Ralph S. Gorton, Boise            Elwood Kleaver, Boise             Marcella Nelson, Sandpoint       Martha H. Smith, Boise
Lorraine Roach, Grangeville      Robin and Mimi Wallis, Boise       Cheryl L. Gratton, Boise          Philip Kleffner, Moscow           Chris P. Nelson, Boise           Loyce Smith, Boise
Richard and A. Anita Rognas,     Connie Weaver, Boise               Joseph H. Groberg, Idaho Falls    Christina Kowrach, Kendrick       Paul Nettleton, Murphy           John G. St. Clair, Idaho Falls
   Lewiston                      Marty and Julie Westbrook,         Joan Hagedorn, Spokane, WA        Shelley A. Krehbiel, Blackfoot    Helen Newton, Sandpoint          Jack Starr, Tacoma, WA
Roger and Kathleen Roos, Boise      Coeur d’Alene                   Suzie Hall, Boise                 Shelley Kuther, Craigmont         Jim Nieman, Sandpoint            Norman C. Steadman, Weippe
Carlos and Debrah Roundy,        Alan J. White, Preston             Linnea Hall, New Meadows          Elsie R. Lillibridge, Pinehurst   Dennis O’Brien, Wallace          James A. Steele, Boise
   Rupert                        Dwight and Leann Wicks,            Mildred E. Hamilton, Lewiston     David A. Little, Emmett           Janet Orndorff, Boise            Thomas P. Stoeser, Post Falls
Rusty Sabella, Sandpoint            Kooskia                         Ralph W. Hansen, Boise            Scott B. Lukins, Spokane, WA      Mike E. Paradis, Council         John F. Tate, Fairfax, VA
Maria Salazar, Emmett            Jeff and Carla Wilkins,            Iris J. Hawley, Grangeville       Stan Maddock, Lewiston            Bonnie K. Parden, Hayden Lake    Wayne L. Thiessen, Boise
Lawrence Schoen, Bellevue           Grangeville                     John E. Heath, Spokane, WA        Thomas P. Mahan, Jerome           Craig S. Parry,                  Gloria J. Thomas, Malad
Don and Barbara Scott, Boise     Brad Williams, Sandpoint           Debra A. Heise, Sandpoint         Vicky Mainzer, Pocatello             American Fork, UT             Craig H. Thomas, Montpelier
Archie and Anastasia Service,    Robert and Michele Williams,       Arthur E. Helbling, Moscow        Georgia Marshall, Boise           Olney R. Perry, Idaho Falls      Debbie L. Thompson, Pocatello
   Pocatello                        Morgan Hill                     Constance G. Hogland, Boise       Gary Maxwell, Sandpoint           Sue Phillips, Elk City           Thomas F. Trail, Moscow
Catherine Shalz, Boise           David and Shannon Wimer,           William House, Idaho Falls        John W. McHugh, Post Falls        Neal Powell, Blackfoot           Mary Jean Troxel, Nampa
E. Sherman and Louise Regelin,      Grangeville                     Barbara Huguenin, Sandpoint       Brian L. McMahan, McCall          Linda Rasmussen, Grace           Pamela Tucker, Fairfield
   Moscow                        Barbara Wolverton, Buhl            Ernest M. Jensen, Idaho Falls     Cecilia M. Merz, Boise            Virginia Ricketts, Jerome        Diane Van Engelen, Twin Falls
Kenneth and Janet Sherman,                                          Byron Johnson, Boise              Marjorie H. Mickelson,            Diane Ronayne, Boise             Juno Van Ocker, Boise
   Boise                         Friend (Membership of              Kenneth E. Johnson, Boise             Pocatello                     Carlos Roundy, Rupert            Paul J. Villano, Pocatello
Marion and Lorena Shinn,         $25-$49)                           Gregory E. Johnson, Kamiah        A. E. Miller, Blackfoot           Marilyn D. Sabella, Sandpoint    Richard Wandrocke,
   Lewiston                      John Amonson, Wallace              Elaine P. Johnston, Council       John S. Miller, Twin Falls        Jan Scharnweber, Coeur d’Alene      Coeur d’Alene
Barbara P. Shinn, Boise          Pat W. Arney, Coeur d’Alene        Monica J. Jones, Orofino          Barbara Miller-Garcia, Rupert     Joseph F. Schmidt, Moscow        Gayle A. Wilde, Meridian
Gail and Nannette Siemen,        Mark H. Arstein, Boise             M. Louise Jones, Boise            Michelle Mitchell,                Shirley Severn, Boise            Kristina Wilkins, Kooskia
   Pocatello                     Mikkel Becker, Bonners Ferry       Cary J. Jones, Blackfoot              Coeur d’Alene                 Richard A. Shaffer, Wallace      Beverly J. Williams, Boise
Dale and Victoria Smith,         Lex Becker, Bonners Ferry          Robert M. Kennedy, Pocatello      J. S. Molen, Idaho Falls          Rose Silak, Boise                Helen G. Wilson, Boise
   King Hill                     Joe H. Berenter, Boise             Jon J. Kimberling, Moscow         Christopher J. Moore, Lewiston    Jane N. Slattery, Boise          Monte D. Wilson, Boise
Steve and Marsha Smylie, Boise   Jeffrey D. Block, Coeur d’Alene    Mary Lou Kinney, Boise            Hilarie Neely, Ketchum            Carol E. Smith, Garden Valley    Mary Lee Wood, Parma

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                                       Finance


Investments                                                               INVESTMENT MANAGERS                                                                     INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT FEES
                                                                             ICF currently retains the following managers for the                                   The overall investment management fee rate of the
POLICY                                                                    equity portion of its portfolio: Dimensional Fund                                       endowment fund was approximately .28% at year
   The Idaho Community Foundation invests for the
                                                                          Advisors, Wells Capital Management, and the Vanguard                                    end 2006.
long term in accord with a written policy on investments
                                                                          Group. The Foundation’s fixed income manager is State
and distributions. The Foundation currently targets an
                                                                          Street Global Advisors. Strategic Investment Solutions                                  Distributions
asset allocation of 70% domestic equities, 10%
                                                                          provides performance measurement services as well as
international equities, and 20% domestic fixed income.
                                                                          investment advisory consultation. The Investment
                                                                                                                                                                  TOTAL RETURN CONCEPT
Funds in the Foundation which are not endowed and are                                                                                                                The Foundation applies the Total Return Concept in
                                                                          Committee meets at least annually with individual
fully expendable are invested in liquid, money market                                                                                                             determining the funds available for distribution from a
                                                                          managers to discuss past performance and plans for the
instruments. Such funds include donor-advised                                                                                                                     given fund. In accord with this concept, the Foundation
                                                                          coming year.
philanthropic gift funds and special project funds.                                                                                                               Board establishes a funding level each year which bases
                                                                          INVESTMENT PERFORMANCE                                                                  distributions on the average market value of an
INVESTMENT COMMITTEE                                                         Like most long term investors, ICF believes in
   The Investment Committee of the Board of Directors                                                                                                             individual fund for the prior two to thirteen quarters,
                                                                          accepting the risks inherent in investing in equities in                                depending upon when the fund was established. This
provides oversight for the investment process. The
                                                                          order to benefit from the long term rewards which                                       spending level is based on long term performance trends,
Investment Committee makes recommendations to the
                                                                          usually result from such an investment strategy.                                        and not on results for any one year, thus avoiding severe
Board on asset allocation and the selection of investment
                                                                             The Foundation’s annual rate of returns investment                                   fluctuations in dollars available for distribution.
managers to provide the Foundation with good long-
                                                                          performance for the periods ending 12/31/06 was:                                           Historically, the funding level has been 5% of the
term investment performance with a prudent degree of
                                                                                    1 year      14.3%                                                             fund’s average market value. The objective of the Total
diversification and management style differentiation.
                                                                                    3 years     10.6%                                                             Return Concept is to allow the Foundation to be
                                                                                    5 years      8.5%                                                             responsive to current needs while maintaining the
                                                                                                                                                                  purchasing power and grant making capacity of its
2006 ASSETS OF THE FOUNDATION BY TYPE OF FUND
                                                                                                                                                                  endowment over the long term.
                   ENDOWED                      NON-ENDOWED               TOTAL: $ 68,670,700
                         Other Assets* $ 1,057,581 2%                                                               TOTAL ASSETS AT YEAR-END 2006
                   Special Project $ 4,345,406 6%                                                                                   70
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                68.7
                                                                                                                                    65
       Philanthropic Gift Funds $ 3,711,191 5%                          Advised                                                                                                                                                              58.2
                                                                        $ 31,107,002                                                60
                                                                                                                                    55                                                                                                54.5
               Scholarship $ 3,630,926 5%                               45%
                                                                                                                                    50                                                                          47.8 47.5 40.6 48.6
       Operating Endowment $ 877,866 1%                                                                                             45
                                                                                                              Millions of Dollars




Greatest Need (Unrestricted) $ 2,080,955 3%                                                                                         40
                                                                                                                                    35                                                                   32.4
     Advised-Field of Interest $ 1,634,522 2%
                                                                                                                                    30
                                                                                                                                    25                                                            24.1
                                                                  Agency
                  Field of Interest $ 8,052,430 12%                                                                                 20                                                     19.4
                                                                  $7,332,140                                                                                                        14.8
                                                                  11%                                                               15                                       12.3
                                  Designated $ 4,797,737 7%                                                                         10                                 8.6
                                                                                                                                                           5.4   5.7
                                     Charitable Gift Annuity $ 42,944 0%                                                            5          2.1   3.5
                                                                                                                                         .9
52        Finance                                 *Includes value of ICF house, property, and equipment.                                 ‘89   ‘90   ‘91   ‘92   ‘93   ‘94    ‘95    ‘96    ‘97   ‘98    ‘99    ‘00   ‘01   ‘02   ‘03 ‘04 ‘05 ‘06
■ SUMMARIZED FINANCIAL DATA For Idaho Community Foundation
    For Years Ended December 31, 2006 and 2005

A copy of the complete 2006 financial statements audited by Eide Bailly, LLP is available upon request from the
Idaho Community Foundation, 210 West State Street, Boise, ID 83702.                                                   ■ PROFESSIONAL SERVICES
                                                                                                                      Independent Public Auditors:
STATEMENTS OF FINANCIAL POSITION                                                                                          Eide Bailly, LLP
Assets                                                                               2006               2005
                   Cash and Equivalents                                           $7,295,684         $7,467,100       Investment Managers & Consultants:
                   Investments held by trustees                                  $59,659,795        $49,171,916           Dimensional Fund
                   Other Investments                                                $242,530           $242,530           Advisors Inc.
                   Pledge receivable, net of reserves                              $100,457           $126,844
                                                                                                                          State Street Global Advisors
                   Other Receivables                                                $218,441             $4,348
                   Property and Equipment, net                                     $398,187           $418,264            Strategic Investment Solutions
                   Land held for resale (1)                                         $755,500           $755,500           Wells Capital Management
                   Total Assets                                                  $68,670,594        $58,186,502
                                                                                                                          The Vanguard Group
Liabilities                                                                                                           Legal Counsel:
                   Accounts Payable and accrued liabilities                           $2,110             $7,500
                   Funds Held as Agency Endowments (2)                            $7,331,891         $5,844,823           John McGown, Jr.
                   Charitable Gift Annuity Liability                                 $27,597            $29,863           Hawley Troxell Ennis & Hawley LLP
                   Total Liabilities                                              $7,361,598         $5,882,186
Net Assets                                                                                                            Annual Report Design:
                   Unrestricted:                        Operating                 $1,057,583           $719,142           Communications et al
                                                        Endowment                $52,267,274        $44,104,382
                                                                                                                      Web and technical assistance:
                                                        Non-Endowed               $7,883,682         $7,353,948
                   Temporarily Restricted:              Endowment (3)               $100,457           $126,844           Enterprise Technology, Inc.
                   Total Net Assets                                              $61,308,996        $52,304,316
                   Total Liabilities and Net Assets                              $68,670,594        $58,186,502

STATEMENTS OF ACTIVITIES
Revenues, gains and other support                                                    2006               2005      (1) Land for resale include three non-cash contributions of property
                                                                                                                  donated to the Foundation. These pieces of property will be sold and the
                    Contributions and Memberships                                 $6,366,511         $5,757,461   proceeds will enable the donors to fulfill their charitable interests.
                    Interest and Dividends                                        $1,078,596           $980,902   (2) During 2000 the Foundation adopted Statement of Financial
                    Investment gains (losses)                                     $5,521,217         $1,489,908   Accounting Standards No. 136, which specifically requires that if a not-
                                                                                                                  for-profit organization establishes a fund at a community foundation with
                    Total Revenues                                               $12,966,324         $8,228,271   its own funds and specifies itself as the beneficiary of that fund, the
                                                                                                                  community foundation must account for the transfer of such assets as a
Expenses                                                                                                          liability. The Foundation refers to such funds as agency endowments. For
                   Grants and Distributions (2)                                   $3,125,246         $4,326,324   financial reporting purposes, distributions from agency endowments in
                                                                                                                  the amounts of $147,063 in 2005 and $167,151 in 2006 are not included in
                   Administrative (4)                                               $871,606           $785,694   the reported Grants and Distributions of the Foundation.
                   Total Expenses                                                 $3,996,852         $5,112,018   (3) Represents outstanding pledges.
                                                                                                                  (4) Includes investment management fees of $54,764 in 2005 and $75,564
                   Other/Transfers                                                   $35,208            $30,974   in 2006.
                                                                                                                  Tax ID # 82-0425063
                   Excess (Deficiency) of Revenues Over Expenses                  $9,004,680         $3,147,227

                   Net Assets, beginning of year                                 $52,304,316        $49,157,089
                   Net Assets, end of year                                       $61,308,996        $52,304,316
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                                                                                                      Non-Profit
                                                                                                     Organization
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                                                                                                     Boise, Idaho
                                                                                                    Permit No. 673




210 West State Street
Boise, Idaho 83702
Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 8143
Boise, Idaho 83707-2143
208-342-3535
1-800-657-5357
208-342-3577 (fax)




                                                                                                                     photo by Eric Daarstad
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www.idcomfdn.org (website)




                             An ICF grant helped fund new love seats at Panida Theater in Sandpoint so patrons are
                               comfortable during performances. What makes you comfortable with giving in Idaho?




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