Community Education and Giving

Community Involvement

Energizing Communities

Idaho Power’s strong connection to the communities where our employees live and work spans more than 100 years. Our local roots run deep and we’re proud to contribute time, talent and financial support to enrich the lives of our neighbors.

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Community Education & Giving

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Presentations, Tours and More

From electrical safety to environmental stewardship, our energy advisors can present to your group on a variety of topics. Or join us for a tour of one of our facilities.

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Apply for Funds and Scholarships

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

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Meet Our Economic Development Team

These employees actively participate in our communities by managing Idaho Power’s local contributions and implementing the company’s economic development initiatives.
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Volunteering for Justice: Protecting and Advocating for Idaho’s Children

When they’re not working hard at their day jobs, Idaho Power Customer Service Operations Support Leader Kim Dixon and Lead Counsel Lisa Nordstrom volunteer with Family Advocates — an organization that has worked for over 40 years to strengthen families and keep kids safe in the Treasure Valley. Although both women donate their time to the same family-centric organization, they serve in very different (and equally important) roles to advocate for the best interest of abandoned, neglected and abused children in our community.

Kim is a Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) volunteer. CASAs are appointed by the family court judge and advocate for the best interest of neglected children. Kim spends more than 10 hours-per-month interviewing children and family members, consulting with the children’s service providers, reviewing sensitive records and attending court hearings on behalf of children. It is Kim’s job to make recommendations to the judge about the children’s custody and placement…Read more.

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Get Involved

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Invite Idaho Power to Your Event

Idaho Power energy advisors offer presentations and materials to support your event, classroom or civic opportunity.

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Join Our Online Community

Join our exclusive online community of customers who provide feedback through monthly surveys on a variety of topics.

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Help Others in Need

Find out how you can donate to Project Share, a program that helps customers in need with heating and cooling costs.

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Go Clean

Idaho Power has additional clean options for you to choose what’s best for you, your home and your lifestyle.

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Learn About Regional Electric Plans

Find out more about how we’re planning for the future in your community.

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Try Our At-home Activities

Make energy education fun with our favorite at-home activities, coloring sheets and recipes.

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