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WRWF Nonprofit Partners Write Letters of Thanks

By April 8, 2020Press

Published in Idaho Mountain Express April 8, 2020

“Thank you. In this time of serious need, The Crisis Hotline thanks many for their substantial support and leadership, including the Tidwell Family Foundation, The Spur Foundation, The Wood River Women’s Foundation, as well as the local Papoose Club and many other generous individuals. Through this amazing show of support and the new partnership we’ve formed with ProjecT.O.O.L.S & Partners, Herbert Romero, we are able to enhance our services and offer a new bi-lingual support line staffed by local Hispanic leaders and provide Family Care Packages to help keep our children and families emotionally healthy and engaged during these difficult times. We are humbled to be helping on the front lines with our community partners. The Crisis Hotline has been dedicated to enhancing the emotional health of our local community since 1987. We are staffed by an amazing group of trained volunteers available 24 hours a day. It’s because of the support we receive from these organizations and individuals that The Crisis Hotline is able to continue to deliver these important services that are needed to keep our community healthy and engaged.” – Tammy Davis, Executive Director and The Crisis Hotline Board. 

“Thank you. NAMI-WRV extends enormous gratitude to the Wood River Women’s Foundation for their considerate and generous grant donation. With the pandemic and quarantined lifestyles of our community there is a growing need to accomodate youth, adults, and families with our trained facilitators and support groups. We know the mental challenges of many will increase substantially over the months, so we are blessed to have these funds to further our outreach in the Wood River Valley.” – NAMI-WRV (ED of NAMI-WRV & WRWF Member Christina Cernansky).

Click here to view a NAMI-WRV advertisement from Idaho Mountain Express featuring the Wood River Women’s Foundation.