Agnes Barrick Fund for the Children's Home Society of Idaho
Created through the bequest of this former Rexburg resident for whom the welfare of children was a primary concern, distributions provide permanent annual income to the Children’s Home Society of Idaho.
Established as one of the challenge grants made to each of the Foundation’s three regions by the corporation, this fund was the first to be matched on a dollar-for-dollar basis and now benefits charities in Eastern Idaho.
This fund was created as a memorial to long-time Caldwell residents, Alferd and Bethel Wing. The fund will focus on educational needs and opportunities for students in the Caldwell and Vallivue School Districts.
Established by ICF's Board of Directors along with colleagues and friends to honor this Boise resident's fifteen years of dedication and service to the Foundation, distributions provide ICF with the maximum flexibility to meet community needs as they change over time.
The purpose of this Fund is to create a reserve to be used, if necessary, to guarantee bank loans to individuals who are in need of borrowing money to purchase assistive technology devices from the disabled for themselves, family members, or others in their care. The Idaho Assistive Technology Project (IATP) at the University of Idaho shall administer the program for the University.
The fund was created by June Jeffres Robertson, Sandpoint, in memory of her late husband. Distributions provide scholarships to worthy students in Bonner County. Mrs. Robertson and descendants of Mr. Jeffres serve on the selection committee that selects the recipients.