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Good deeds by Treasure Valley companies: July-August 2016

The Idaho Humane Society is one beneficiary of Mountain West Bank’s donations to four animal shelters. Here, Zoey and Audra Shaw are the Sticky Licky Champions in the peanut butter lick-off at See Spot Walk, the society’s biggest community fundraiser, in 2014.
The Idaho Humane Society is one beneficiary of Mountain West Bank’s donations to four animal shelters. Here, Zoey and Audra Shaw are the Sticky Licky Champions in the peanut butter lick-off at See Spot Walk, the society’s biggest community fundraiser, in 2014. Idaho Statesman

Automotive

Mercedes-Benz/Lyle Pearson Auto Show held its annual fund raising Mercedes-Benz Golf Championship Golf Tournament at Hillcrest Country Club. The tournament raised $10,400 for the Boys & Girls Clubs of Ada County.

Banking

Four Treasure Valley animal shelters received donations totaling more than $1,500 from Mountain West Bank and customers who opened checking accounts and opted to give their $10 promotional gifts to their favorite animal shelter during a one-day promotion. The recipients were the Idaho Humane Society, Boise; Helping Idaho Dogs Inc., Eagle; Meridian Valley Humane Society, Meridian; and Pet Haven Cat Adoption Center, Nampa.

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Mountain West Bank donated $30,000 to the Salvation Army to support construction of a new, expanded campus off Emerald Street and Maple Grove Road in west Boise. The campus will include a community center, school program for pregnant and parenting teens, child care center, auditorium/chapel, gymnasium, commercial kitchen and cafeteria, administrative offices and multipurpose athletic fields.

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D.L. Evans Bank sponsored the 2016 Treasure Valley Heart and Stroke Walk on May 14 and helped by raising $1,048. Several bank employees and their families and friends participated.

Health Care

West Valley Medical Center gave the Caldwell Family YMCA $17,000, the proceeds from the 2016 West Valley 5K/10K. The donation is largest in the 10-year history of the event. More than 550 participants registered for the 5K/10K.

This story appears in the July 20-Aug. 16, 2016 edition of the Idaho Statesman’s Business Insider magazine. Click here for the daily Statesman e-edition, including Business Insider (subscription required).

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