Idaho Power Provides Helping Hands in the Magic Valley

Idaho Power continues to step up its community giving efforts during the COVID-19 pandemic. Regional Manager Joe Kendall and Regional Customer Relations Manager Jim Mason recently joined energy advisors Chris Bell and Angela Miller in delivering donations to five worthy causes in the Magic Valley. Pandemic relief was a priority, as the contributions went toward meals, educational resources and medical research.

Organizations receiving assistance included Community Helping Hands in Hagerman, East End Providers and Park Ave Preschool in Kimberly, The Salvation Army in Twin Falls, and the Twin Falls chapter of Tough Enough to Wear Pink. Photos and additional details about each donation are available upon request.

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.

Media note: Additional photos are available by request.

Jordan Rodriguez
Communications Specialist
jrodriguez@idahopower.com
208-388-2460