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Idaho Elks give $2.5 million to St. Luke’s Health Foundation

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Idaho State Elks Association members present a ceremonial check to Kathy Moore and Dr. Vic Kadyan of St. Luke’s. Photo courtesy of Metro Meals on Wheels.

During this summer’s Idaho State Elks Association convention in Moscow, Idaho Elks Rehab awarded St. Luke’s Health Foundation a $2.15 million grant to support physical rehab services.

“This grant will allow St. Luke’s to continue to build upon the Elks’ 69-year legacy and tradition of providing exceptional physical rehabilitation services for Idahoans,” said Kathy Moore, CEO of St. Luke’s West Region.

Idaho Elks Rehab, the state project of the Idaho State Elks Association, officially made the transition last year from serving as a longtime operator of rehabilitation healthcare to funding physical rehab across the state.  The organization awards grants to not-for-profit rehab providers, educators and researchers throughout Idaho for equipment, program development, staff education, and research.

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