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Caring for Our Community: Micron Foundation Supports Community Partners

Micron Foundation   |   December 10, 2012   |   Our Communities

Reflecting the spirit of the holiday season and its commitment to enriching our communities, the Micron Foundation participated in KTVB's Cares Day on Saturday, Dec. 8.

During the event, Micron Foundation Executive Director Dee Mooney presented the Salvation Army, Idaho Foodbank and Boise Rescue Mission with a $5,000 gift each to help them address the variety of and growing needs facing the Treasure Valley community.

Idaho Foodbank’s Karen Vauk, Boise Rescue Mission’s Rev. Bill Roscoe, and Salvation Army’s Captain John Stennett receive holiday donations from the Micron Foundation during KTVB’s Cares Day. Photo courtesy of the Idaho Foodbank.

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