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This Holiday Season — Join Us in Support of Toys for Tots!

Help us make this Christmas one to remember for kids in need You can bring smiles and holiday cheer to children who need it most when you partner with us in supporting Toys for Tots this holiday season! Now through December 15, we’re collecting new, unwrapped toys at each Coleman Homes community in Eagle, Middleton, […]

Coleman Cares Supports The Wardrobe — Clothing for Foster Children

Local Resource for Foster Families Gets a New Look and a New Name With the help of contributions from local businesses, a Nampa resource for foster families known as The Clothing Exchange has re-opened with a refurbished facility and a new name — and here at Coleman Homes, we are so glad we could be […]

Three Local Charities Will Use “Coleman Cares” Funds to Benefit Idaho Youth

We are thrilled to announce donations totaling $30,000 to support three local charities – One Church One Child, The Boys & Girls Club of Ada County, and Sleep in Heavenly Peace. These donations are the result of our “Coleman Cares” program, Coleman Homes’ yearly initiative encouraging employees to vote for Idaho non-profit organizations who apply […]

Our Thanks to Everyone Who Took Part in Coleman Homes’ 5th Annual Giving Tree!

Together We’ll Make the Holidays Brighter for Idaho Foster Families On Friday, December 18 we presented Giving Tree cash and gift donations totaling more than $6000 to Jonathan Wakeman and Samatha Ockerman, VISTA volunteers with Idaho’s One Church one Child organization. One Church One Child (OCOC) is a partnership between the Idaho Department of Health […]

Treasure Valley YMCA and Boise Art Museum use “Coleman Cares” Funds to Help Idaho Youth

In 2015, Coleman Homes launched “Coleman Cares” a biannual program allowing employees vote for Idaho non-profit organizations to receive charitable contributions. This November, employees selected the Treasure Valley YMCA and the Boise Art Museum. On Thursday, December 4, Coleman Homes presented a check for $15,000 to David Duro, CEO of the Treasure Valley YMCA and […]