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Wood River Women’s Foundation Donate Record Amount to Nonprofits

Wood River Women’s Foundation members will dole out a record $348,000 in grants during 2022. by Karen Bossick The money is going to 16 Idaho nonprofits serving the Wood River Valley in the area of housing, education, outdoor initiatives, and emergency, social and therapeutic services. WRWF President Terri Bullock said the amount is more than […]

2023 February News Brief

february 2023 News Brief Grants Spotlight  Alli Frank connected with Kaz Thea, Co-Founder of the 2022 Grantee Kids Mountain Fund’s Rota-Rippers Rota-Rippers skiers and boarders at Rotarun Q: How has the WRWF grant furthered the mission of your organization at this moment in time? The lease packages provided to all the Rota Rippers and Rota Ravens […]

Snowfall and Warm Temperatures Challenge FIS Ski Racers at Sun Valley

Snowfall and Warm Temperatures Challenge FIS Ski Racers at Sun Valley by heather foster Nearly 200 athletes competed in the Western Region FIS Elite Tech Series at Sun Valley Jan. 12-15. Two giant slalom (GS) and two slalom (SL) races were on tap for both men and women across the four days. Top junior and […]

Rotaravens Join Rotarippers This Year

Rotaravens Join Rotarippers This Year by Karen Bossick Seven-year-old Bradley Marroquin isn’t quite sure what he’s getting into. But he sported a grin a mile wide as a ski tech at Sturtevants prepared to fit him for ski boots.“You don’t need big heavy socks to ski,” Kaz Thea told him, as she noted the super […]

‘State of the Valley’ forum keeps finger on the pulse of growth

‘State of the Valley’ forum keeps finger on the pulse of growth Community leaders address pandemic-related challenges “How do we maintain our community values while balancing growth?” That was the main question that four panelists took on at the Wood River Women’s Foundation’s annual “State of the Valley” forum, presented Tuesday evening at The Community […]

Wood River Women’s Foundation to open grant applications

Wood River Women’s Foundation to open grant applications by joey thyne Since 2005, the Wood River Women’s Foundation has awarded grants totaling over $3 million to Blaine County nonprofits. The Foundation will be accepting applications for its 2023 grant cycle from Jan. 15-29. Blaine County nonprofits, including the sectors of arts, education, environment, social services […]

What Do We Value and How do We Preserve That Given Growth?

What Do We Value and How do We Preserve That Given Growth? by Karen Bossick “Maintaining Community Values while Balancing Growth” will be the subject of the Third Annual Community State of the Valley Forum on Tuesday. The Wood River Women’s Foundation will host the forum from 3 to 6 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 15, at […]

2023 January News Brief

january 2023 News Brief Grants Spotlight  the space idaho Alli Frank connected with Kate Ristow of The Space about the impact of our WRWF 2022 Grant: How has the WRWF grant furthered the mission of The Space at this moment in time? The Wood River Women’s Foundation made it possible for The Space to continue for […]

Upcoming winter forums to address ‘smart growth’ in Wood River Valley

Upcoming winter forums to address ‘smart growth’ in Wood River Valley The Land Trust’s “Thinking Globally, Acting Locally” discussion is scheduled for 6 p.m. this Thursday, Jan. 27. The Women’s Foundation’s “State of the Valley” forum will take place on Tuesday, Feb. 15 at 3 p.m. Both events will be held at The Community Library, […]

3rd Annual Community State of the Valley Forum

Wood River Women’s Foundation Announces 3rd Annual Community State of the Valley Forum Feb. 1, 2022 — Ketchum, Idaho — The Wood River Women’s Foundation (WRWF) today announced that it is hosting the 3rd Annual Community State of the Valley Forum on Tuesday, Feb. 15, 2022. This year’s theme is “Maintaining Community Values while Balancing […]