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Volunteer Day Projects June 2023 - Today. Tomorrow. Together.

In Sandpoint, Idaho, MWB helped clear trails, prune trees, and removed seedlings at Kaniksu Land Trust’s Pine Street Woods and Sled Hill.
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Mountain West Bank volunteer staff helped organize and distribute food with the hunger coalition.

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Kaniksu Village in Metaline Falls, Washington got a makeover thanks to the cleaning and organizing of Mountain West Bank's volunteers.

No horsing around at Hope Reins in Athol, Idaho! Cleaning, fundraiser preparation and maybe a few horse cuddles by a multi-department employee list of volunteers. 

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A fun day at the Osburn City Park in Osburn, Idaho!  This cool crew of volunteers helped build and paint 5 park benches, planted flowers, as well as prepared posts for new sun shades. 

Mountain West Bank crew helped Habitat for Humanity in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, seed, clean up the grounds, and installed firewalls between 5 units. 

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Our MWB Volunteers assist in cleaning and organizing at the Newby-Ginnings in Post Falls, ID. 

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Our MWB Volunteers helped Clean and paint inside the Boys and Girls Club of Spokane in Spokane, Wa. 

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Volunteers in Boise, Idaho, helped organize and clean the St. Vincent de Paul thrift store. 

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At the Boys and Girls Club of Nampa, Idaho Mountain West Bank volunteers helped build picnic tables as well as cleaning and organizing.

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Meridian staff joined together to organize and clean St. Vincent de Paul thrift store in Meridian, ID.

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At Family Promise of Spokane, Washington, the inside and outside we tidied up by our Spokane crew.

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Our MWB Volunteers helped construct a new playground as well as cleaning and organizing at the Hope House in Moyie Springs, ID. 

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Volunteer Projects 2022 - Today. Tomorrow. Together.

Woman painting a wall2 people painting room inside house

MWB volunteer team spent 2 days painting the inside of a Children's Village home.

"Like any house with children, our walls were starting to show their chips, dents and scrapes. We’re grateful for the community support of MWB!" - Children's Village 

 Group of people with boxes of summer supply needs for charity "We want to give a big thank you to Mountain West Bank on 12th street in Nampa for doing a Summer Needs drive for the Rescue Mission. These items will help transform the lives of men, women, and children struggling with homelessness here in our own community. ❤️" - Boise Rescue Mission

2 people talking while applying fabric to cordingVolunteers around table applying strips of fabric to a cord

Mountain West Bank volunteers came together in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho to create fringe for Idaho Youth Ranch's annual Wine, Women & Shoes event on June 30th. This event helps provide accessible programs and services that nurture hope, healing, and resilience in our community.

To learn more about the Wine, Women & Shoes event, please visit

3 people holding books in front of a table covered in booksTreasure Valley branches helped gather book donations for the United Way Children’s Book Drive. Nearly 800 books were donated by Mountain West Bank!

2 people at construction site smiling

Habitat for Humanity Spokane
Blitz Build 2022
Photographed are Lauren and Adam building a house!

Man holding care kit with assembly line nearby3 people in front of Boys and Girls Club sign holding care kits

Our Nampa volunteer team recently assembled and donated 32 hygiene kits, containing toiletries and other essentials, for the Girls & Boys Club of Nampa. This organization is on a mission to enable all young people, especially those who need us most, to reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens.

If you would like to learn more about the Girls & Boys Club of Nampa, please visit: 

 Man in front of United Way sign holding summer supply needs

Mountain West Bank volunteers brought hygiene kits for kids in the area who are in need of a boost! Eli and his team worked together to build these kits, knowing the need in our community is greater than ever. These kits give kids more than hygiene--they give confidence, dignity, and remind them that people CARE. #liveunited #utwv

Collage of people working on a sensory room project

Ponderosa Elementary 2021-2022 Sensory Room Install

In 2020 our Community Relations team toured Ponderosa Elementary.  We discovered the schools need to install a sensory room. 

These rooms can serve multiple purposes. They can promote self-organization, be a calming area, provide leisure, help with sensory integration, or act as skill training centers. A well-designed room can also serve people of all ages, multiple disabilities, as well as facilitators, teachers, parents, caregivers, and therapists. 

Those with multiple disabilities often have sensory impairments. By controlling sensory input in the room it is possible to eliminate distractions and assist people to attend to specific objects that may help them make sense of their external environment. A sensory room can also provide these additional benefits:

  • Modulate the environment so that you can reduce the opportunity for over-stimulation.
  • Creates a safe space with tools students can use to self-regulate and manage anger, over-stimulation and stress.
  • You can create a controlled space to assess the type of environment a student is most comfortable in and the sensory activities a person is most responsive to. 
  • You can create a comfortable space for students to relax in to help them interact with others. 
  • Provide a safe crisis and de-escalation area.

Three teams of MWB employees painted, installed sensory tools and implemented the hanging fiber optics panel.  Thank you to our Loan Ops & Commercial Real Estate teams for coming together to make a COOL place for kids in Post Fa

We proudly serve the communities of Coeur d Alene, Post Falls, Hayden, Ponderay, Sandpoint, Bonners Ferry, Boise, Meridian, Nampa, Eagle, Ketchum, & Hailey, Idaho, Spokane, North Spokane, Newport, & Ione Washington.