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Team Directory

Nora Carpenter
President & CEO
Mark Nail
Director of Finance
Robynn Browne
Director of Development and Community Engagement
Rebecca Lemmons
Director of Community Impact
Joyce Bailey
Community Investment Manager
Robyn Parsons Paffendorf
Grant and Development Manager
Patty Taylor
Senior Development Manager
Barb Aberg
Senior Staff Accountant
Juan Bravo
Database Administrator
Betsy Appelgren
Finance Administrator
Connie Hinderliter
Donor Services Manager
Jean Tomasek
Finance Assistant
Claudia LeBlanc
Executive Assistant
Ashley Havlicak
Resource Development Coordinator
Hannah Staller
Volunteer and Special Events Manager
Daniel Mediate
Marketing and Communications Manager
Jessica Ruehrwein
TVEP Executive Director
Jenni Kimball
TVEP Education Impact Manager
Christa Rowland
TVEP Partnership Coordinator

Board of Directors

Corey Surber
Trinity Health

Board Chair
Executive Committee
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Corey is the state advocacy director for Trinity Health. She also is an adjunct professor in the College of Health Science at Boise State University. She serves on various local committees and was appointed by Gov. Butch Otter to the Idaho Suicide Prevention Council. Corey earned a bachelor's degree from The College of Idaho and a master’s degree from Boise State University.
Hart Gilchrist
Intermountain Gas Co.

Executive Committee
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Hart is Vice-president of operations for Intermountain Gas. He has been with Intermountain Gas for 18 years, served in various operational capacities. He earned his undergraduate degree from University of Idaho and an MBA from Boise State University.
Scott Randolph
Saint Alphonsus Health System

Executive Committee
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Scott serves as associate general counsel at Saint Alphonsus. As an experienced attorney, he represents a variety of clients facing complex business disputes and employment litigation across a broad range of industries. He received a bachelor’s degree from Oregon State University and a Juris Doctor degree from the University of Texas at Austin.
Jennifer Reynolds
U.S. Bank

Past Chair
Executive Committee
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Jennifer is a Vice President and District Manager for U.S. Bank in Boise where she has worked since 1994. She has served on various nonprofit committees throughout Canyon and Ada County. She was a Tribute To Women and Industry honoree in 2009, as well as Women of the Year honoree in 2013.
Jeff Taylor
St. Luke’s Health System

Executive Committee
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Jeff is the system vice president, chief financial officer, for St. Luke’s Health System. Prior to joining St. Luke’s in 1994, he was a senior manager in the Boise office of Deloitte & Touche. Taylor has a bachelor's degree in accounting and finance from Albertson College of Idaho, now called The College of Idaho, and is a certified public accountant.
Molly Lenty
Wells Fargo Foundation
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Molly is the Community Affairs Program Manager for the regional Wells Fargo Foundation. She has worked for Wells Fargo since 1997. Molly serves on various nonprofit committees throughout the Treasure Valley. She is a past recipient of the Tribute to Women and Industry, Idaho Accomplished Under 40 and Idaho Accomplished Women in Business awards.
Diana Lachiondo
City of Boise
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Diana Lachiondo is the director of community partnerships for the City of Boise. She previously spent more than a decade working in the nonprofit sector in Seattle, Denver and her hometown of Boise. She has a bachelor’s degree in international studies and a certificate in nonprofit leadership from the University of Washington.
Gary Smith
Regence Blueshield of Idaho
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Gary is the director of community and business relations for Regence BlueShield of Idaho. He formerly served as an elected councilmember for the City of Boise and as director of the Idaho Department of Insurance. Gary earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Linfield College in Oregon.
Ericka Rupp
Idaho Health and Welfare
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Ericka is a program manager at Idaho Health and Welfare. She also has worked at Catholic Charities of Idaho in Boise and Community Action Partnership in Lewiston. At the University of Idaho, she earned a bachelor's degree and a master's degree in family and consumer sciences.
Brad Street
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Brad was named Albertsons Intermountain Division president in 2015. Brad joined Albertsons in 1983 and has held multiple positions within the company, including district manager positions in Houston and northern California. Brad was previously the vice president of operations for the Jewel-Osco Division in 2014.
David Peterson
Nampa School District
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David is superintendent of the Nampa School District. He has 36 years of experience in K-12 public education, including 26 in supervision and administration. He holds bachelor’s and master’s degrees from the University of Washington.
Sue Richardson
J.R. Simplot Company
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Sue is vice president of technology, information, marketing and communications, and a member of the Senior Leadership Team for the J. R. Simplot Company. Richardson joined Simplot in 2008 as director of communications and was promoted to her current position in 2012. Before joining Simplot, she served in a variety of leadership positions related to strategy, marketing and communications at Hewlett-Packard in Boise.
Wes Jost
Zions Bank
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Wes is the senior vice president and regional director of Zions Bank’s Idaho Real Estate Banking Group. Wes has more than 16 years of experience in real estate and commercial banking. Wes is active in the community as treasurer and executive board member of the Urban Land Institute-Idaho Chapter and as a board member of the Downtown Boise Association. Wes and his wife, Joanna, live in Boise with their two daughters.
Debra Leithauser
Idaho Statesman
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Debra is the president and publisher of the Idaho Statesman. She joined McClatchy, which owns the Statesman, in 2012, when she was named the top editor of its wire service. Before joining McClatchy, she spent almost a decade as an editor at The Washington Post, overseeing a variety of print and digital content. Leithauser graduated from the University of Florida with honors, earning a bachelor’s degree in journalism. She was named a distinguished alumna in journalism in 2013. Leithauser and her husband, Tom, have two sons, Luke and Zack.
Rep. Christy Perry
Idaho State Legislature
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Rep. Perry represents District 11 and has been an Idaho State Representative since 2010. She has served on a variety of committees within the legislature, including Health and Welfare, Ways and Means, and Judiciary, Rules and Administration. She earned both her bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Boise State University. Rep. Perry and her husband Matt have three children.
Josh Bishop
PacificSource Health Plans
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Josh is the Idaho Regional Vice President and a part of the Executive Management Group for PacificSource Health Plans. He has over a decade of health plan experience in the areas of pharmacy, medical management and Medicaid program administration. He holds a Bachelor of Science and Doctorate of Pharmacy from Oregon State University and Oregon Health & Science University.
Dave Jeppesen
Blue Cross of Idaho
View Bio
Dave joined Blue Cross of Idaho as Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing and Communications in May 2012. He is responsible for oversight of sales, product development, brand, corporate advertising, public relations and consumer initiatives. Prior to joining Blue Cross of Idaho, Jeppesen worked as an international independent marketing consultant from 2009 to 2012, providing marketing strategy and brand position identification and implementation to clients in the U.S., Australia and throughout Europe. Jeppesen received a Bachelor of Science Degree in Mathematics from Idaho State University and a Masters in Applied Statistics from Ohio State University.
Sheriff Stephen Bartlett
Ada County
View Bio
Bartlett has been a part of the Ada County Sheriff’s Office since 2003 and took over as sheriff in 2015. Bartlett and his wife Amanda live in Meridian. They have two children, David and Annika.
Jill Twedt
Boise Cascade
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Twedt is Associate General Counsel at Boise Cascade Company, and has been a practicing attorney in Boise for over 13 years. She is also active in the community as Board President of Boise Valley Habitat for Humanity. She graduated from the College of Idaho and University of Idaho College of Law. Twedt and her husband, Josh Sears, live in Eagle with their two daughters and two golden retrievers.

Our Story

LU -- Woman 20s rgb webUnited Way of Treasure Valley fights for the health, education and financial stability of every person in the Treasure Valley.

Through careful research, United Way identifies the biggest local needs. To meet those needs, United Way brings together people and organizations with the passion, expertise and resources necessary to improve our community.

We strive to build change that lasts for generations.

  • We help children and youth achieve their potential through education.
  • We improve people’s health through preventive action and access to care.
  • We promote financial independence.

Really, it’s about preventing problems before they begin.

It takes everyone working together to build something better. Each of us can give, advocate or volunteer. We all can Live United.

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Vision Council

United Way of Treasure Valley’s Vision Councils in the areas of Education, Financial Independence and Health are composed of local volunteers who develop objectives and strategies to address key issues, identify needed revenue and make funding recommendations. Email us to learn how to volunteer.

Corey Surber (Community Impact Chair) ― Executive director, Community Health & Public Policy at Saint Alphonsus Health System
Ericka Rupp (Community Impact Co-Chair) ― Program manager, Idaho Health and Welfare

Education Vision Council

Beth Oppenheimer (Chair)  Executive director, Idaho Association for the Education of Young Children (Idaho AEYC)
Brian Mitchell ― VP, Financial Consultant, Charles Schwab
Bill Khoury ― Vice president and branch manager, U.S. Bank
Ben Moore ― Assistant vice president, commercial lender Bank of the Cascades
Randy Morgan ― District manager, Boise, Intermountain Gas Co.
Jon Munn ― Social worker, Nampa School District
Denny Trumble ― Community volunteer
Ericka Rupp ― Program manager, Idaho Department of Health & Welfare
Matt McCarter ― Director, Student engagement & postsecondary readiness, State Department of Education
Anna Wolfenbarger ― CPA at Little-Morris, LLP
Alex Zamora ― School social worker, Idaho Virtual Academy
Brienne Sandow ― Clinical Support Director m St. Luke’s Health System
Claudia Borgna ― Retried school teacher
Kim Froehlich  Performance Management Consultant, WhiteCloud Analytics
Mitch Colburn  Engineering Leader, Idaho Power
George Thomas  Executive Director, Stevens-Henager College

Health Vision Council

Russ Duke (Chair) ― Director, Central District Health Department
Mark Babson ― Paramedic, Ada County Paramedics
Paula Coulter ― Oncology Service Line director, Saint Alphonsus Regional Medical Center
Jay Lugo ― Executive director, Idaho Lions Sight and Sound Foundation
Janee McLellan ― St. Luke’s Health System
Heidi Otto ― Regional sales director, TASC
Sonja Schriever ― Bureau chief, Bureau of Community & Environmental Health
Bessie Katsilometes ― Dean, academic programs, Idaho State University
Caroline Merritt ― Director of public relations, Boise Metro Chamber of Commerce
Teresa Shackelford ― Clinical Supervisor, Dept. of Health & Welfare
Samantha Kenney – Community Outreach Manager, Delta Dental of Idaho
Belia Paz – Promotion/Event/Marketing Director, Radio Rancho
Courtney Frost – Blue Cross of Idaho

Financial Stability Vision Council

Kelli Fairless (Chair)Executive director, Valley Regional Transit
Dan Clements ― IT professional, Hewlett-Packard
Courtney Keith ― Human services program specialist, State Department of Health and Welfare
Deanna Ward ― Development director, Home Partnership Foundation
Casey Quarders ― Senior relationship manager, KeyBank
Joey Perry ― Vice president and relationship manager, Washington Trust Bank
Natalie Chatfield ― Business development officer, Idaho Central Credit Union
Ron Berning ― Community volunteer
Brook Bond ― Attorney, Parsons Behle & Latimer
Joby Hyman ― CV Surgery Manager, St Luke’s Health System
Mindi McAllaster ― Associate Broker, Windermere/Richard B. Smith
Ronna Hargis  Executive Assistant, KeyBank
Adam Guyton – Risk Advisor & Commercial Insurance Broker, Payne West Financial
Elizabeth Flores – Self-Reliance Supervisor, Dept of Health & Welfare
Brian Rich – Marketing Coordinator, ICON Credit Union
Rhiannon Avery –  Grants & Program Manager, City of Boise

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Loaned Executives

Each year several United Way of Treasure Valley partners “loan” an employee, on a part-time basis, for 12 weeks to assist with the workplace fundraising campaigns at local businesses.

Helping Engage the Valley

Loaned Executives (LEs) play an integral role in our efforts to engage the community about United Way of Treasure Valley’s impact within local communities.

LEs …

  • Assist in workplace campaign planning
  • Correspond through email, phone calls and in-person meetings
  • Present information and facilitate conversations at employee meetings in workplaces throughout the Treasure Valley
  • Work with and motivate workplace campaign coordinators

Email chinderliter@unitedwaytv.org to learn more about the program.

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Corporate Partners

5280 Solutions
AAA Idaho
Acapulco Mexican Restaurant
Ada County
Aetna Life & Casualty
Albertsons, LLC
Allstate Insurance Company
American Express Travel Service
Anheuser Busch Companies LLC
Associated Food Stores, Inc
Assurant Health
AT&T Mobility
ATK Tactical Systems – Blackhawk
Bank of America, N.A.
Bank of the Cascades
Banner Bank
Beckman Coulter, Inc.
Berkley North Pacific Group
Best Buy Co., Inc.
Bi-Mart Corporation
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Southwest Idaho
BizPrint Inc.
Blue Cross of Idaho
Boise Cascade Company
Boise Metro Chamber of Commerce
Boise Rescue Mission Ministries
Boise School District
Boise State University
Boise Straight Ahead, the Hewlett Packard Jazz Big Band
Boys & Girls Club of Nampa, Inc.
Boys & Girls Clubs of Ada County
Business Psychology Associates
Caldwell School District
Caldwell Transportation Co.
Capital Power Corporation
Carpenter Screen Printing
CH2M Hill
City of Boise
City of Caldwell
City of Meridian
City of Nampa
Clemons Sales Corporation
CM Company, Inc.
CNO Financial Group Inc.
College of Idaho, The
ConAgra Foods
Crookham Company
D & B Supply
D. L. Evans Bank
Delta Dental of Idaho Inc.
Dr. Pepper Snapple Group
Echelon Group, Inc.
Eide Bailly, LLP
Eli Lilly and Company
Ennis Fine Furniture
Enterprise Rent-A-Car
Experis Finance
Family Advocates
Family Medicine Residency of Idaho Inc
Famous Idaho Potato Bowl
Fit Books Accounting LLC
Fred Meyer
Gardner Company
Genesis World Mission Inc
GeoEngineers, Inc.
Giraffe Laugh Early Learning Centers
Girl Scouts of Silver Sage Council
Givens Pursley LLP
Gotsch Ranch
Great West Casualty Company
Harris & Co., PLLC
Harris Moran Seed Company
Hawley Troxell
Hershey Food Corporation
Hewlett-Packard Company
Hobart Corporation
Hoffman Construction
Holland & Hart LLP
HomeStreet Bank
Horizon Air
IBM Corporation
Idaho Arts Charter School
Idaho Central Credit Union
Idaho Credit Union League
Idaho Housing & Finance Association
Idaho Independent Bank
Idaho Power Company
Idaho Statesman
Idaho Steelheads
Idaho Youth Ranch
Image National, Inc.
Intermountain Gas Company, A Subsidiary of MDU Resources Group, Inc.
J.R. Simplot Company
Jannus (formerly Mountain States Group)
Joan’s Uniform World
Johnson & Johnson
JPMorgan Chase & Co.
Kellogg Company
Kendall Ford of Meridian
KTVB Idaho’s NewsChannel 7
Laura Moore Cunningham Foundation
Learning Lab
Liberty Northwest Insurance Corporation
Lithia Ford of Boise
M & W Markets
Manpower Professional
MDU Service Center
Micron Technology, Inc
Midan Marketing
Moffatt Thomas
Mountain West Bank
Mutual of Enumclaw
Nampa School District
Nordstrom Rack
Northwest Farm Credit Services
Northwest Nazarene University
Oppenheimer Companies, Inc.
O’Reilly Auto Parts
Pacific Press Publishing Association
PacificSource Health Plans
Parma School District
Payne West Insurance
PCA (Packaging Corporation of America)
Peasley Transfer & Storage Company
Pennywise Drug
Pepsico/Frito Lay
Perkins Coie LLP
Petroglyph Energy Company
Principal Financial Group
PNC Bank
ProTeam Inc.
QUE Financial
R. C. Bigelow Inc.
Raymond James Financial
Refer.Com, Inc.
Regence BlueShield of Idaho
Rogers Machinery Co Inc
Rotary Club of Boise Sunrise
Saint Alphonsus Health System
Simplot Employees Credit Union
St. Luke’s Health System
State Farm Claims
State of Idaho
Statewide Education Philanthropic Gift Fund
Stewart’s Bar and Grill
Stoel Rives LLP
Stryker Instruments & Medical
Swire Coca-Cola Bottling Co. of Boise
Syngenta Seeds, Inc.
Terry Reilly Health Services
The Boise Centre
The Caprock Group
The Hartwell Corporation
The Terteling Company, Inc
The Wharton Foundation
TitleOne Corporation
TJ Maxx
Travelers Group Inc.
Travis-Jeffries, P.A.
Treasure Valley Family YMCA
TruGrocer FCU
TSYS Technology Center, Inc.
U.S.  Bank
Umpqua Bank
Union Pacific Foundation/Railroad
United Heritage
United Way of Treasure Valley
Unitedhealth Group
URS – Boise Site
US Airways
Vallivue School District
ValueOptions Inc.
Washington Federal.
Washington Trust Bank
Wells Fargo
West Ada School District
West Valley Medical Center
Western Aircraft
Westmark Credit Union
Whittenberger Foundation
Williams Northwest Pipeline
Women’s & Children’s Alliance
Xerox Corporation
Zamora Freight Management LLC
Zions Bank
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Women United

women united wayUnited Way of Treasure Valley’s women’s group, Women United, includes women leaders of all ages, dedicated to helping children learn and increase childhood literacy rates in the Treasure Valley.

Women United members take part in unique volunteering activities and high-level networking, engaging some of the valley’s most influential leaders.

  • Mission: “We ignite the wisdom and passion of women to help children succeed. We provide fun, effective ways to participate in projects that improve health, educational and economic outcomes for people in our community.”

To join Women United, women are encouraged to donate annually to the United Way Community Fund.

Click here to sign up for Women United for free!

To learn more, call Robynn Browne at 336-1070 or email WomenUnited@UnitedWayTV.org.


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United Way NEXT

united way next emerging leadersUnited Way of Treasure Valley’s millennial leaders group, United Way NEXT, features 20- and 30-somethings ready to impact the world, connect with peers and leaders, and improve the lives of children, individuals and families in the Treasure Valley.

NEXT is made up of a Leadership Committee and dozens of involved members, ready to volunteer, connect and advocate.

  • Mission: United Way NEXT is a program for the next generation of community leaders that offers unique volunteer, networking and leadership events to enhance connections, social calendars and improve the Treasure Valley’s most important needs in education, financial independence and health.

Formed in 2015 in Boise, Idaho, United Way NEXT emerging leaders have volunteered with United Way’s partner nonprofits, including the Idaho Youth Ranch, organized a school supply drive with Woodland Empire and Boise Fry Co., and held a professional development lunch with the Women’s and Children’s Alliance’s executive director.

United Way NEXT is free to join. Click here to register for NEXT.

For more information, email next@unitedwaytv.org.

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Work at United Way


POSITION TITLE: Resource Coordinator

United Way is looking for a natural community connector who understands the ‘community school’ strategy for student success and is eager to work for United Way within the Caldwell School District. The right person will discover and ignite the skills, resources, and passion of many to change the odds for individuals and families living in Caldwell, Idaho. The perfect person for this opportunity will have a passion for educational success and love connecting impactful resources for elementary students, their families, and neighbors.

‘Community School’ is a strategy, a place, and a set of partnerships between a school and other community resources. Students and families are connected to resources that empower and support parents to be engaged in the education of their children while also addressing barriers to student success in school. This integrated focus on academics, services, supports, and opportunities leads to improved student learning, stronger families, and healthier neighborhoods.

The Resource Coordinator is responsible for managing community partnerships and integrating them with school, academic, and support services. The Resource Coordinator reaches out to and engages family members and the community surrounding the school. This individual guides planning based on data, needs, and resource assessments to coordinate the delivery of high value community services at the school location.

This position is full time, year-round and housed at Sacajawea Elementary School in Caldwell, ID. Soonest possible start date. Position is contingent upon available funding.

What does United Way do?

United Way fights for the health, education and financial stability of every person in our community.

To change the odds, we focus on advancing the education, financial stability, and health of our neighborhoods and communities. These are the building blocks for a good life – a quality education that leads to a stable job, enough income to support a family through retirement, and good health. As we are successful, self-reliance will grow by ensuring that every child is successful every step of the way, from cradle to career.

The Purpose of This Position:

Success in this position means seeking and managing the programs and services of greatest value to the families in and around Sacajawea Elementary School in partnership with school leaders, so that children and families succeed.

Job Dimensions/Required Competencies:

– Highly skilled at building trust and confidence between individuals and organizations.
– Social work, counseling, or education experience preferred.
– Bachelor’s degree or higher preferred.
– Familiar with Caldwell/Canyon County area services and resources.
– Bilingual – Spanish and English highly preferred.
– Ability to communicate and connect with children and families of all circumstances.
– Excellent verbal, interpersonal and written communication skills.
– Community organizing and/or team building experience.
– Highly organized – able to manage multiple projects and priorities with ease.
– Capable of collecting, managing and understanding data (data driven decision-making).
– Results oriented.
– Facilitation skills.
– Competent technology user.

Additional information:

– Must be able to pass a criminal background check and drug test.
– Knowledge of office safety and ergonomics.
– Requires working in a school and office environment including sitting, bending,
reaching, speaking and walking.
– Ability to speak and hear on the telephone and in person.
– Public speaking may be required.
– Able to safely lift up to 25 pounds.
– Able to sit or stand for extended periods of time.
– Occasional use of a personal vehicle for transport of supplies and to attend offsite
meetings may be requested.
– Able to work outside usual office business hours may be required from time to time.

Wage Range: $17-$19 per hour, DOE, plus benefits

Benefits Include: Generous paid time off. Health and dental insurance for
employee and dependents if desired, retirement and more.

Are you the one? Send a cover letter, telling us how your expertise will ensure
success for Caldwell children and their families, and your resume to

Position Updated: 2/17



Why should I give to United Way of Treasure Valley’s Community Fund?

A gift to the United Way Community Fund benefits the entire community, not just one program, issue or population. Donations are invested exclusively in the Treasure Valley, to improve the lives of local people in need. Every program that benefits from the Community Fund must demonstrate measurable results and good financial management.


How can I donate?

You can donate today by clicking on the “Donate Now” link at the top of this page. It’s a quick, easy way to help United Way impact local communities.

Payroll deduction is another popular way to contribute. You decide a set amount to be taken out of your paycheck every pay period.


Do United Way organizations differ from one community to the next?

There are approximately 1,400 United Ways across the country. They exist in their respective communities to build partnerships and leverage resources to help drive long-lasting community change. Each individual entity is independently incorporated, led by local staff and volunteers, and sets its priorities in response to local community needs.


What percentage of my donation stays in the Treasure Valley?

100 percent of your donated money is invested exclusively in the Treasure Valley, to improve the lives of local individuals and families.


What if I don’t want my money to go to a certain agency?

Not every nonprofit organization appeals to every donor, but all agencies have met the meticulous standards of United Way of Treasure Valley. However, you can choose to designate donations to any nonprofit agency that fits your needs.


What is your relationship to the National Football League?

United Way of Treasure Valley is not affiliated with the NFL. However, on a national level, for more than 35 years the NFL has worked with United Way to strengthen America’s communities.


What is United Way of Treasure Valley’s Donor Privacy Policy?

United Way of Treasure Valley will not sell, share or trade our donors’ names or personal information with any other entity, nor send mailings to our donors on behalf of other organizations. This policy applies to all information received by United Way of Treasure Valley, both online and offline, on any platform, as well as any electronic, written, or oral communications.

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Financial Information

Valued-Partner-logo At United Way of Treasure Valley, we are devoted to fiscal responsibility amid our efforts to engage and mobilize the community to address common local challenges. Every health, education or financial independence project in which we’re involved begins with evidence-based decision-making that minimizes wasted effort among our community partners and maximizes the collective impact  of local resources.   United Way of Treasure Valley funds local projects three ways:

Community Impact Grants

Multi-year funding for collective impact partnerships that foster shared visions.

Program Grants

Program funding for individual organizations to support solutions that address community need in the areas of education, financial independence and health.

Flex Grants

Funding available year-round that allows United Way of Treasure Valley to support new projects outside of the annual grant process.

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Independent Auditor's Report:


IRS 990 Forms:


Workplace Campaign Toolkit

Tools to make your campaign rock!

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2016 Pledge Form

This form enables employees to sign up for payroll-deduction donations to United Way of Treasure Valley(No Designation)

2016 Pledge Form - Spanish

This form enables employees to sign up for payroll-deduction donations to United Way of Treasure Valley

2016 Company Pledge Envelope

Complete and print this form, then submit it to United Way with your donations and completed pledge forms.

2016 Company Pledge / Company Match

This form enables companies to impact the community through a donation to United Way of Treasure Valley

2016 Campaign Coordinator Guide

An overview of what Employee Campaign Coordinators can expect as they help facilitate the Community Impact Campaign at their workplaces.

Retiree Workplace Giving

Creating a Retiree Program can offer your organization’s former employees a great opportunity to remain connected and active in their community by continuing to support United Way with their gifts, their voice and their time.


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2016 Vertical Poster-Donor-with-Meeting

This set of awesome 11x17 posters that can help inform your staff about the time, date and place of your workplace campaign meeting(s).

2016 Vertical Poster-Donor-no-Meeting

This set of awesome 11x17 posters reminds your staff that they can make a donation through your United Way campaign.

2016 Campaign Ideas

This is a list of special events that can help raise funds in addition to payroll deductions.

Email Templates

Here is a collection of email communications you can use for daily blasts and countdown to build excitement.


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2016 United Way Brochure

This trifold-ready page provides a nice summary of what donors AND United Way achieve together

Ask me about United Way desk display

This 8.5x11 poster is perfect to display on your desk at work to encourage your coworkers to ask you about United Way of Treasure Valley.

'Where The Money Goes' Infographic

An infographic charting a child's path from early education and support to the career of his or her choice.

2016 Examples of What a Dollar Buys

This flyer shows examples of what one can buy with donor contributions.

2016-17 Social Media Table Tent

This includes United Way's hashtag #YouPlusUnitedWay and social media logos. Fold it in half, display it and tweet us!


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The Guidebook to Totally Awesome United Way Campaigns

Use this simple guide to help you plan your campaign.

Campaign Resource List

A list with marketing, educational, and FUNdraising tools, materials and resources that are available to support your campaign.

2016 'Making Choices' Game -- INSTRUCTIONS

Instructions for this fun game to engage your team during your workplace campaign.

2016 'Making Choices' Game

A fun game to engage your team and help them understand the challenges people face in education, health and financial independence.

United Way Memory Game

Use this game to have fun and educate your team about United Way actions.

Campaign Goal Setting Tool

Use this tool in your planning for an awesome campaign.

Thermometer Poster

This is the classic thermometer poster to display progress throughout the campaign.

Thank you Certificate

Use this form to make Thank you certificates for your participants.

Caring Card

If you contribute an annual gift of $180 or more to United Way’s Community Fund, you will receive a Caring Card. This entitles you to discounts at merchants throughout the Treasure Valley. Do you run an organization or company that would like to participate? Find out more. (Disclaimer: Discounts are valid in the Treasure Valley unless otherwise listed.)

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Chicago Connection

Two Large 1 Topping Pizzas for $23.94 plus tax. Must present card, dining room or carryout only


Deli George

One free cookie with any purchase.


Domino's Pizza

Buy a large 3-topping pizza and get a medium 3-topping pizza for FREE -- even good on delivery!
-- Any Treasure Valley location.


Jenny's Lunch Line

10% Off
-- 106 N 6th St., Boise


Port Of Subs

10% discount at all locations


Willowcreek Grill/RAW Sushi

10% Discount
2273 S. Vista Ave. Ste. 150, Boise



Radio Rancho LLC (includes Spanish radio stations La GranD 106.3FM & La Poderosa 100.7FM)

15% off radio ads. Contact Belia at Belia@radiorancho.com


Anytime Fitness

Half off enrollment and 3 months of free tanning with a membership


All Valley Animal Care Center

10% off at all locations


Black Smith Signs

20% off on signs, banners, and wide format printing (this discount does not apply to electrical signs, servicing or rentals)
-- 224 Caldwell Blvd., Nampa, ID (463-4523)


Body and Soul Salon

$10 off any 1-hour massage
-- 1760 State St., Boise


Blue Planet Photography, LLC.

15% off of your purchase. -- Phone: 208.466.9340



75% off of your purchase


Christy Stansell – Arbonne consultant

25% off
(Call Christy at 208.230.3036 to request the discount)


Custom Pools & Patio

10% off full priced swimming pool and spa chemicals (Cannot be combined with other offers)


Enterprise Rent-A-Car

Free upgrade, based on availability



$70 off a comprehensive eye exam (not Valid w/ vision insurance);
20% off any sunglasses in stock (Oakley, Maui Jim, Ray Ban and more)
-- 440 E. State St #140, Eagle


Idaho Business Review

Receive $30 off your new one-year subscription to Idaho Business Review.
Click the listed website to receive the $30 discount offer or call 800-451-9998 and mention promo code “WUNITED”.


Intermountain Agency, Inc.

Free evaluation of your current health insurance plan.
(Call Jeri Rhodes at 208.880.1832)


Jamie Robb – Bioceutica-Custom Nutritionals & Intuitive Skincare consultant

$30 off orders over $100 for new customers or choice of a free mascara ($32 value)
(Call Jamie at 208.407.5593 to request the discount)


Les Schwab Tire Centers

$25 off a front or rear brake service, or $50 off a complete (front and rear) brake service. (Passenger car or light truck only; offer good at all participating Treasure Valley Les Schwab Tire Centers -- Mountain Home to Ontario and McCall to Homedale)
-- Offer expires January 1, 2017


Modern Dental

A free bleaching with new patient cleaning exam and X-rays, also refill bleaching for established patient's cleanings
-- 2031 E Hospitality Lane Ste 100, Boise


New Balance

10% off any purchase
-- 4572 N. Eagle Road, Boise


R&R Hardwood Floors Inc.

$100 off a job of $1,000 or more, not to be combined with any other offer.


Second Chance, SHIP

20% Off


Shu's Idaho Running Co.

$10 off any regular price shoe.
-- 1758 W. State St., Boise


Squeaky Clean Car Wash

$2 off any car wash at the 4324 Garrity Blvd. location


Tates Rents

10% off equipment rentals at any Tates Rents location w/maximum $100 per rental (not valid at Tates Tents and Events locations; discount may not be combined with other discounts or promotions)


Treasure Valley Family YMCA

One free session of any Group Exercise Class for two people (Classes are listed online at www.ymcatvidaho.org)


Trina’s Cleaning Services, LLC

$75 off the first 3 cleanings ($25 off per cleaning)
-- 2104 W. Moose Creek Drive, Nampa
-- Phone: 208.283.9685


Don’t miss the opportunity to become a United Way Caring Card Merchant today! The Caring Card is a new program created to recognize and thank United Way donors, and to drive new customers to retailers in the Treasure Valley. Caring Card members will enjoy special discounts from area retailers. Now, you have an opportunity to increase visibility and store traffic while you help build a stronger community! Best of all, it costs nothing but the discount you offer. Last year, thousands of people gave to the community through United Way.  As we launch this exciting new program, we hope to significantly increase the Community Fund. Program Overview

  • Selected retailers are asked to participate in this donor recognition program by providing a fixed discount for merchandise/services to Caring Card members.
  • Eligibility for donors to join the Caring Card is a minimum annual contribution of $180 to United Way’s Community Fund.
  • Caring Card membership is valid for a one-year period.

For more information, contact Connie Hinderliter.