TWIN FALLS, Idaho (KLIX)- Magic Valley groups dedicated to a healthier community have a little more money to carry out their mission thanks to St. Luke's Community Health Improvement Fund. The health group hosted a luncheon honoring the recipients of $267,000 in grants on Thursday. The fund helps support financially organizations who share the goal of improving the health of people in the region. The fund was started by Magic Valley Regional Medical Center in 1998. Since 2006 the fund has given out more than $2.2 million to groups in the Magic Valley.

Here is a list of those who received money:

Boys and Girls Clubs of Magic Valley

Community Council of Idaho

Crisis Center of Magic Valley

CSI Head Start/Early Head Start

CSI Refugee Program

CSI Office on Aging Senior Corps Senior Companion Program

Family Health Services Corporation, Gooding Volunteer Group, Helping Hearts and Hands, Inc.

Hospice Visions, Inc.

I.B. Perrine Elementary School

Idaho Food Bank

Interlink Volunteer Caregivers, Inc.

Jerome Interfaith Association

Jerome Recreation District

Jerome Senior Center

Jubilee House, Inc.

Kids Count Too, Inc.

Living Independence Network Corporation

Magic Valley Rehabilitation Services

Oregon Trail Elementary

Rising Stars Therapeutic Riding Center

South Central Public Health District

St. Jerome Food Ministry: Jerome Community Kitchen

Stanton Healthcare Magic Valley

Twin Falls County Safe House/Youth Group Home

Twin Falls County Treatment and Recovery Clinic

Twin Falls Senior Citizens’ Federation, Inc.

The Wellness Tree Community Clinic

West End Senior Center.


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