Safety is a core value at Idaho Power — and it’s one that extends to customers and the community. Regional Manager Brent Lulloff recently delivered a donation to the Boise-based Idaho Mountain Search and Rescue Unit (IMSARU), a group of volunteers who are dispatched when someone goes missing in the Idaho wilderness.
“For more than 60 years, volunteers from IMSARU have been ready to respond to requests for rescue support from agencies across Idaho,” said Scotty Perkins, public relations director for IMSARU. “As an all-volunteer organization, maintaining our vehicles, facilities and training readiness requires support from outside organizations and individuals. We’re incredibly grateful to the shareholders of IDACORP for their generous support.”
Lulloff met with IMSARU’s Mike Rowe and Doug Zamzow to deliver the check. With Idaho Power’s service area crisscrossing remote landscapes, supporting the life-saving work of IMSARU is a logical fit.
“Idaho Power’s service area covers 24,000 square miles of diverse terrain where our employees and customers live, work and play year-round,” said Lulloff. “Groups who help when people need them most are important to our way of life and to Idaho Power’s strong safety culture.”
Community contributions come from IDACORP shareowners and do not impact customer rates. To learn more about Idaho Power’s community work, visit: idahopower.com/community.