CHARITABLE CONTRIBUTIONS


SHOP AMAZON SMILE

 
 

Shop at our Amazon Smile store and raise money for the Memorial Foundation:

https://smile.amazon.com/ch/20-3926660

 

SHOP Fred Meyer
Community Rewards

Fred Meyer’s Community Rewards program is the latest addition to the Fred Meyer Rewards Program. You can earn donations for Kootenai County Police and Fire Memorial Foundation by shopping with your Rewards Card. Fred Meyer will donate to the Memorial Foundation on your behalf based on eligible purchases you’ve made using your Rewards Card. All you have to do is link your Rewards Card and scan it every time you shop at Fred Meyer.

Here's how it works:
Link your Rewards Card to Kootenai County Police & Fire Memorial Foundation by logging in to your online account:
https://www.fredmeyer.com/account/communityrewards/enroll

Enter the organization number, 83404 or enter, Kootenai County Police and Fire Memorial Foundation. 

Whenever you use your Rewards Card when shopping at Freddy's, you’ll be helping Kootenai County Police and Fire Memorial Foundation earn a donation from Fred Meyer.

For more information about the Fred Meyer Community Rewards program visit https://www.fredmeyer.com/topic/community-rewards-4.

DONATE!

All funds raised by the Kootenai County Police & Fire Memorial Foundation are used to financially assist Kootenai County first responders and their families. College scholarships for responder dependents are awarded annually.

No public funds are used. The Foundation is sponsored solely by private and corporate donations, first responder’s payroll contributions and an annual golf tournament.

No board director member receives compensation. 

*The Kootenai County Police & Fire Memorial Foundation provides financial grants to Kootenai County first responders and their families who experience unforeseen catastrophic circumstances including death, illness, and injury. Thank you!

We at the Kootenai County Police & Fire Memorial Foundation and the families we serve are deeply grateful for your generosity! 

DONATE NOW!
A firefighter was injured on the job and awaited surgery when he and his wife were blessed with a daughter. Christmas quickly approached; medical bills for his injury and for the birth of their daughter mounted. The Foundation provided relief for the young family, and they were able to enjoy their first Christmas as parents.

Employee Contributions

In 2005 Coeur d’ Alene City, Post Falls Police Department and Rathdrum Police Department established a voluntary payroll deduction program, which allow contributions to be made to the Foundation.

The Memorial foundations is an Idaho tax-exempt non-profit organization, we receive charitable contributions from citizens as well as our fundraiser Golf Tournament. First responders may also make a charitable contribution via a payroll deduction each month.

All funds raised are used for the sole purpose of supporting the Kootenai County first responders and their families; you may contact the Foundation for further information regarding this voluntary program. 

Contact your payroll administrator for more information or better yet contact us and we will get the ball rolling for you.

Police & Fire Departments in Kootenai County

 
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Coeur d' Alene Police Department

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Post Falls Police Department



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Idaho State Police

 
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Kootenai County Sheriff Office

Coeur d' Alene Tribal Police Department

 
 

Rathdrum Police Department

 
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Spirit Lake Police Department

 
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Hayden Lake Police Department

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Coeur d' Alene Fire Department


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Kootenai County Fire & Rescue Fire Department


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Northern Lakes Fire Department 

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Spirit Lake Fire Department

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Timberlake Fire Department

 
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Worley Fire Department





 
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Mica Bay-Kidd Isl. Fire Department

Eastside Fire Department