Media Coverage

Wood River Women’s Foundation cuts ribbon on new office at Zions Bank - Bank Donated Ketchum Space In an article by Tony Evans of Idaho Mountain Express: The Wood River...
Housing Advocates ‘Occupy Town Square’ In an article in Idaho Mountain Express: Dozens of people gathered in Ketchum Town Square on Saturday to highlight the need for workforce...
Hunger Coalition, Community Library hit the road with Bloom Truck In an article by Gretel Kauffman of Idaho Mountain Express: The Hunger Coalition and The Community Library are...
Men's Second Chance Living Seeking Second Home In an article by Karen Bossick in Eye on Sun Valley: Men’s Second Chance Living is trying to raise a quarter-million dollars to...
The Wood River Women’s Foundation is making Idaho nonprofits serving the Valley $348,000 richer in 2022. “To our delight 2022 proved to be a record-breaking funding year for WRWF,” said...
Wood River Women’s Foundation teams up with the Idaho Association for the Education of Young Children In an article by Tony Tekaroniake Evans of the Mountain Express: Charitable organizations...
In an article by Tony Tekaroniake Evans of the Mountain Express: The charitable organization dedicates $100,000 to early-childhood education The Wood River Women’s Foundation, a...
Article by Karen Bossick of Eye on Sun Valley Wood River Women’s Foundation members will dole out a record $348,000 in grants during 2022. The money is going to 16 Idaho nonprofits serving the...
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...
Story 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...