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CapEd Credit Union and the Idaho CapEd Foundation are dedicated to enriching our community. We do this by supporting quality education projects and events in Idaho such as early childhood literacy.



Idaho AEYC


Recently, Dr Larry Neznanski, Board Chairman, Jessica Bevis, SVP of Branch Operations and Todd Christensen, SVP of of Marketing presented a check from the Idaho CapEd Foundation for $16,300 to the Idaho Association for the Education of Young Children(AEYC) to help fund READY! For Kindergarten. Accepting the community investment were Beth Oppenhimer, IDAEYC Executive Director, second from the left, and Brandi Nyhof, Idaho AECY Outreach Coordinator, far right .


To learn more about IDAEYC please visit IdahoAECY.com

United Way P-16 Caledwell


Todd Christensen, SVP of Marketing, Todd Erickson, CEO and Dr. Larry Neznanski, Board Chairman (L to R) present Idaho CapEd foundations $15,000 community investment to Nora Carppanter, CEO of United Way of Treasure Valley to support Caldwell Schools P-16 Program. The donation helps support in-school Pre-K classrooms in the Caldwell School District. The funding is a partnership with United Way, The YMCA, and the Lee Pesky Learning Center. In addition to the investment in IDAEYC and Caldwell’s P-16 program, The Idaho CapEd Foundation made an investment of $23,500 with the Lee Pesky Learning Center to help provide training to childcare providers, aid in the translation of learning material into Spanish, provide resource to distribute early childhood learning resources to area Headstart and medical facilities.
CapEd Credit Union and the Idaho CapEd Foundation make these investments to help strengthen early childhood learning throughout our community.

Published October 18, 2017
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