The J.A. & Kathryn Albertson Family Foundation in Boise, Idaho, has announced that it awarded grants totaling $32 million in 2019.
Awards were made in support of organizations working in the areas of education, community development, and veterans' services. Grant recipients include the Challenged Athletes Foundation Idaho, which supports camps and clinics for individuals with permanent physical challenges; Mission43, whose Leaders Fellowship program is focused on improving the lives of veterans and military spouses as well as the communities they live in; and Boise Bike Park, a new seven-acre public bike park that serves riders of all abilities.
"We invest our resources based on a passion for limitless learning, innovation, and strong communities," executive director Roger Quarles wrote in the foundation's annual report. "We are dedicated to expanding ways to learn and enhancing sense of place and community for all Idahoans. Our approach to giving looks to courageous leaders who exemplify our values of leadership, integrity, opportunity, and results."
For a complete list of the foundation's 2019 grant recipients, see the Albertson Family Foundation website.
(Photo credit: Challenged Athletes Foundation Idaho)