Founding Community Support

Committed to developing and sustaining strong civic relationships.

Dozens of diverse organizations, individuals and businesses have contributed to success and momentum of Radio Boise to launch in 2013. Some of these groups seek to expand awareness of issues: freedom of speech, cultural identity, arts and humanities, public health, environment, disability awareness, social welfare, women’s issues and public governance. Others are small businesses that appreciate our values of localism.

Local Grants:

Local Business Support (in-kind donations):

Studio Constructions Sponsors:

Other Partners:

Formal Endorsements:

American Civil Liberties Union of Idaho, Rick Ardinger (Idaho Humanities Council), Boise Mayor Dave Bieter, Betsy Dunklin, Jim Hansen, Anthony Haws (Executive Director – Hispanic Cultural Center of Idaho), John Hess (General Manager, Boise State Radio), Idaho Nurses Association, Idaho Peace Coalition, Idaho Rivers United, Idaho State Independent Living Council, Idaho Smart Growth, Idaho Womens’ Network, Phillip Kushlan (CCDC), Dr. Ed McLuskie (Boise State University Communications Department), Mary Jane Oatman-Wak Wak (Executive Director – Idaho Indian Education Committee), Office of the Mayor of Nampa, Anne Pasley-Stuart, Jan Reeves (Idaho Office for Refugees), Ken Robison, Dr. Mary E. Rohlfing, Diane Ronayne, Paul Shaffer (The Cabin), Andrea Shipley (Executive Director – Idaho Community Action Network), Snake River Alliance, Women of Color Alliance, Paul Woods