Mountain America Credit Union Donates $21,000 to St. Luke’s Health Foundation

As the preferred credit union of the Boise State Broncos, Mountain America Credit Union committed to donate $50 to a charity for every first down completed by the Broncos during the 2017 football season.  Mountain America selected the St. Luke’s Health Foundation as this year’s recipient.

As the season comes to a close, the numbers have come in, and the Broncos completed over 400 first downs during the 2017 football season.

As a result, Mountain America Credit Union presented $21,000 to St. Luke’s Health Foundation in support of the many different causes served by St. Luke’s in the Treasure Valley.

Tim Toy, vice president of branches in Idaho for Mountain America, presented the check to Dr. David Pate, president and CEO of St. Luke’s Health System, during the final home game on November 18.  Also present representing St. Luke’s were Children’s Executive Medical Director & Administration Dr. Kathryn Beattie, Director of Special Events Zoë Brunelle, Beckham MacGillivray, 2017 Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals Champion for Idaho, and Angie Nelson of Mountain America.

“St. Luke’s relies on community partners like Mountain America Credit Union to provide essential support to our patients and their families,” said Brunelle. “Their efforts make a real difference and we are so grateful!”

“Our lives and communities are impacted in countless ways through services provided by St. Luke’s,” Toy said. “Mountain America is proud to support their mission of making the Treasure Valley a healthier place for everyone.”

Beckham, the 2017 Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals Champion for Idaho, on the Blue at Boise State University

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