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Community Connections

Over nearly a century of service, Idaho Power has built a strong connection to the communities where our employees live and work. Our local roots run deep and we’re proud to contribute time, talent and financial support to enrich the lives of our neighbors. Whether we’re furthering educational opportunities, painting the home of a senior citizen or assisting deserving nonprofits, we’re making a difference in our own backyard.

 

Education


Our long-term commitment to education includes free presentations in schools and at community events to ensure our customers – from kindergartners to seniors – are informed about electrical safety, energy generation, energy efficiency and environmental stewardship.

Materials for Teachers

Educators in Idaho Power’s service area may order teaching units and videos on a free-of-charge loan basis for a variety of topics and ages.

Community Education Representatives

Representatives are available to make presentations designed especially for children grades K-6 and senior citizens.

Invite Idaho Power to Your Event

Idaho Power offers personnel and materials focused on helping customers save energy.

 

 

Giving


Through grants, sponsorships, scholarships and corporate and employee giving, we extend our culture of caring to the communities we serve.

Powering Tomorrow Grants

Learn about how our Powering Lives campaign recognizes deserving nonprofits and schools by awarding grants in support of innovative programs.

Idaho Power’s Contributions Program

Nonprofits may view our eligibility guidelines for corporate contributions and complete an online application.

IDACORP’s Employee Community Fund

Health and human services agencies may apply for funding generously donated by employees.

Academic Scholarships

Area students seeking higher education can learn about the academic scholarships we offer.

 

 

In Our Communities


Volunteerism

Idaho Power employees are invested in the communities they serve. They volunteer at company-sponsored events and donate their personal time to help others in need. From fighting fires to feeding the hungry to helping our furry friends find homes, there’s no job too big or too small for the hearts and hands of our workforce.

Community Relations Representatives

These employees actively participate in the communities they serve by managing Idaho Power’s local contributions and implementing the company’s economic development initiatives.

 



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