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Children's Safety and Injury Prevention

St. Luke’s Children's Safety and Injury Prevention Program focuses on all aspects of child safety, from car seats and bicycles to boating, guns and ATVs. The program, funded in part by donors and grants, also hosts the annual AG Safety Days with J.R. Simplot Co. and local Future Farmers of America chapters, farmers, businesses, emergency services and utility companies. 

Students in fourth, fifth and sixth grades learn to be safe around canals, tractors, chemicals, large animals and other potential hazards common in rural communities.

  1. Advanced Services and Technology in Rural Communities
  2. Improved Access to Mental Health Care for Teens

Our team can help you find a giving opportunity that's meaningful to you. Email or call (208) 381-2123 for assistance.