As seen in the Argus Observer, 12/19/14 by Jessica Else JORDAN VALLEY—Four Rivers Healthy Community and Jordan Valley School District have partnered to bring the district a hot breakfast program. The nonprofit organization has donated $2,000 in equipment and supplies. Oregon Food Bank-Southeast Oregon Services has passed along six microwaves that had been donated to that nonprofit. All of these will be delivered to the school in early January. The district let go of its meal
Four Rivers Healthy Community Executive Director, Casey Clark Ney (right) presents Peggy Hawkins of St. Paul Lutheran Church a $5,000 check to benefit the Giggles and Grace Learning Center capital campaign fund. *As seen in the Argus Observer, 12/19/2014 by Larry Meyer ONTARIO—Four Rivers Healthy Community is wrapping up 2014 by looking back on its initiatives to help local nonprofits and communities meet the needs of the people they serve. The organization also is looking fo
As seen in the Argus Observer, by Larry Meyer ONTARIO — Four Rivers Healthy Community has received a second $50,000 grant from The Ford Family Foundation. That money will allow the group to continue its support of projects in local communities and work toward creating a community foundation. Four Rivers Healthy Community received the same grant last year. Four Rivers Healthy Community is a backbone nonprofit that supports a variety of local projects and programs undertaken by
For the month of December, Payette’s Hometown Competitiveness Group is sponsoring a local family for Christmas. The group is currently seeking donations for a family of four. According to group facilitator Liz Amason needs include a Christmas tree, Christmas dinner and gifts for the couple’s 5-year-old and 1-year-old sons. Donations can be dropped off at Coldwell Banker Classic Properties, 1545 S. Main St., Payette. To help coordinate a meal item or for more information, cont
Nyssa in ACTION continues to meet during the winter months working on its organizational structure. The group meets at 6:30 pm, the first Tuesday of each month at Thunderegg Coffee Company. They are currently seeking individuals with a passion or expertise in helping non-profit organizations establish structure, bylaws, procedures, etc. According to president, Susan Barton, the group is also raising funds for its future projects. "We have assumed responsibility for the Ford I
Four Rivers Healthy Community will host a buffet breakfast in conjunction with its monthly meeting in December. Current members are encouraged to attend and bring a guest. Agenda items will include Four Rivers Community Foundation, new bylaws, December projects, and plans for 2015. The meeting will take place from 7 a.m. - 8:30 a.m., Wednesday, Dec. 17th, at Saint Alphonsus Medical Center - Ontario, Snake River Conference Room. Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org by Dec. 9.