Founded in 2013 by Nampa local, Kenton Lee, The Shoe that Grows has been blessing lives worldwide ever since. After college in 2007, Kenton lived and worked at a small orphanage in Nairobi, Kenya. One thing he noticed while he was there was how so many children didn’t have shoes – or had shoes that were too small or in disrepair. Some children had to cut the front off their shoes so their toes could stick out. This made Kenton think:
Silvercreek Realty Group Agent Launee Wolverton has added a soulful purpose to women’s purses. She started in June of last year and it has grown into a beautiful, and necessary, accessory to women in need across the valley.
Stay-at-home orders have drastically shifted the way educators communicate with their students. Online learning now is essential for Idaho students to continue their education. Many Idaho students, however, don’t have the computer or connectivity to access their courses. Idaho Business for Education is taking this problem head on.