To accelerate opportunities in Idaho, we invest in partners that share our vision for innovative solutions that produce results. From partnerships to initiatives, these collaborations seek to empower individuals, strengthen communities, and lead the way for all Idahoans.
World-class fun at the Little Ski Hill
On McCall’s Little Ski Hill, 15-year-old Clyde Rydalch, may be known for his free-style ski jumping, flying down the steep, compacted snow, hitting the jump, and then spectacularly somersaulting through...
Learning, Leadership, and Community, Granting $27.5 million in Idaho
At the heart of our work is a desire to accelerate opportunities in Idaho – to cultivate and support partnerships that allow Idahoans to thrive and feel connected in their communities.
Translating Military Skills to a New Career
Mission43 empowers members to obtain roles in project management with their PMP Certification
Breaking Ground on the Idaho Outdoor Fieldhouse
Mission43 and the Challenged Athletes Foundation-Idaho Break Ground on Idaho Outdoor Fieldhouse
A Gift, A Park, A Legacy
Throughout their lifetime, Joe and Kathryn Albertson provided countless gifts to people and communities in Idaho, but one of their most notable gifts was Kathryn Albertson Park
20 Years Later, We Still Remember
On the afternoon of September 11, 2021, more than 1,000 Idahoans and members of Mission43 met at the Eagle Sports Complex in Eagle, Idaho, to commemorate the 20th anniversary of 9/11.
Innovative approach to educating teen parents in Idaho
Cardinal Academy is prioritizing education for teen and young adult parents, and partners with the Salvation Army’s Booth Young Parent Program which has been serving this population for 100 years
Introducing the Idaho Outdoor Fieldhouse
At the J.A. and Kathryn Albertson Foundation, we have long worked with Mission43 and the Challenged Athletes Foundation.
Empowering Exploration for All
Through a grant from the Challenged Athletes Foundation, Mike received a mountain bike customized for use with his prosthesis, making exploring the Idaho outdoors more accessible.
Free, All-Day Kindergarten Provided to 17 Idaho Schools
The J.A. and Kathryn Albertson Family Foundation is fully funding all-day kindergarten for more than 1,000 students in the Bluum network of public charter and private schools.
$34 Million Granted To Accelerate Opportunities in Idaho
We are committed to making Idaho an exemplary model for innovative learning, a world-class destination for accessible recreation, and the most desirable state for life after the military.
The Report Card No Idaho Parent Wants
We know our educators are dedicated to improving our education system. We know our leaders care about this issue. This is not finger-pointing, these are facts and we cannot hide from reality.