Keeping customers safe is an important part of Idaho Power’s role in the community. And a recent vehicle donation to the Power County Hospital District in American Falls will help ensure more patients get the care and services they need.
Idaho Power donated a retired 2010 Chevrolet Impala to the Power County Hospital. The car will be used to help nurses and other staff members travel between multiple locations and safely serve community members in need. Regional Manager Joe Kendall, Regional Customer Relations Manager Dave Spillett and Key Account Energy Advisor Matt Stucki stopped by to deliver the vehicle to Jacklyn Taylor, Marketing & Foundation Director for the hospital.
“The foundation and the hospital work together for better healthcare, and this car will help a ton with our staff traveling to our clinics, to trainings — Idaho Power is a great partner!” Taylor said.
“With our core value of safety, we’re happy to give back to our communities, especially when the donation provides an avenue to assist in keeping others safe,” Kendall added.
Idaho Power occasionally donates retired equipment to public service agencies in the company’s service area. To learn more — including information on how to apply — visit idahopower.com/community.