Category: Donations

Thank you IDACORP employees for generously donating $1,061 to our organization!

Their support for our organization shows that they share the same passion for eliminating violence in our community just as we do. It is support like this that enabled us to provide over 44,000 victim services in 2016! THANK YOU IDACORP!!!

Dear Staff:

The Treasure Valley Lag Employee Community Fund, Idaho Power and IDACORP, Inc., are pleased to present you with the enclosed check totaling $1,061.00. Through voluntary employee contributions and corporate matching funds we are able to provide this assistance.

The work your organization does for our community is valued. Through this contribution, it is hoped that you can continue the work you are doing.

Special thank you to Caldwell Night Rodeo and the Man Up Crusade for donating $4000 to Advocates Against Family Violence! Their continued support provides hope, healing, and strength to all survivors served through Advocates Against Family Violence.

This $4000 donation will provide 80 bed nights for women and children in our shelter!

Caldwell Night Rodeo

Caldwell Night Rodeo

Now in its 82nd year, Caldwell Night Rodeo is one of the largest and longest-running annual events in Canyon County. It draws in rodeo fans in excess of 40,000 over 5 action-packed nights. It is listed among the Top 30 Professional Rodeos AND Top 6 Outdoor Rodeos in the nation. Caldwell Night Rodeo features some of the best professional cowboys, cowgirls and animal athletes in the world. It is an annual stop on the professional rodeo tour.

Caldwell Night Rodeo offers a true rodeo experience unlike any other. With over 500 world-class contestants and 7 action-packed nightly events, the excitement in our arena is electric. Equally divided by the infamous “Rowdies” and “Civies” – the CNR crowd plays an interactive role in the excitement of this one-of-a-kind rodeo.

In 2015 CNR was voted the #1 Large Outdoor Event in Canyon County, one of the Top 10 Rodeo’s in the US by Real Time Cowboy Magazine and one of the 101 Best Events in the West by American Cowboy Magazine.

Man Up Crusade

Man Up Crusade

The mission of the Man Up Crusade™ is to reduce domestic violence in society and contribute to social change by promoting safe and healthy relationships through education, advocacy and funding community services, and programs that share in our mission.

The Man Up Crusade was created by Canyon County Sheriff, Kieran Donahue. Kieran grew up on a cattle ranch in Eastern Idaho and learned from an early age the definition of hard work and dedication. His western heritage taught him strong family values and gave him the strength to overcome trials and tribulations.

As Kieran’s career in law enforcement developed, he saw first-hand the traumatic effects that domestic violence has on victims and their families. Domestic Violence has become an epidemic in our society and is a public health and safety issue. It is with these facts in mind that Kieran began this journey called the Man Up Crusade.

Corwin Ford of Nampa Donates $25,000 to AAFV

Corwin Ford presented Advocates Against Family Violence with a check for $25,000! We greatly appreciate the generous support of AAFV’s mission to end violence! Hope, healing, and strength will continue to those we serve! Over 450 bed nights in our Shelter will be provided for women and children!

Back to School

It’s that time of year again and the kids are back off to school!

We wanted to thank Grotto Group Chapter #19 for their kind donations of over $350 for the kids! With these much-needed supplies, the kids are well equipped for the new school year!

The school supplies supported children of families that use AAFV’s programs and services. These children attend schools located in Parma, Wilder, Caldwell, Valley View, the Hope Lane Learning Center and our Shelter.

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