IDAHO STAMPEDE COMMUNITY FOUNDATION DONATES TO HOPE HOUSE
Cummins Rocky Mountain assists holiday-time effort

BOISE, Idaho, December 20, 2012 The Idaho Stampede Community Foundation donated $12,000 to the Hope House on the morning of December 18 at the Boise Sunrise Rotary meeting. Stampede officials in attendance were Managing Investor Bill Ilett and media and public relations coordinator Travis Tate. The Foundation was aided in its donation by Cummins Rocky Mountain.

The support from Cummins comes as an added bonus for the Idaho Stampede Community Foundation, the first-ever community foundation for a professional sports team in Idaho.

"The responsibility taken on by Cummins, along with our Idaho Stampede Community Foundation, is tremendous and instrumental in helping the Hope House and other local institutions that need assistance," said Ilett.

The Idaho Stampede Community Foundation has a long-running relationship with the Hope House, a home for children based out of Marsing. Over the years, the organization has donated tens of thousands of dollars to Hope House.

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