Founded in 2006 following the devastating injury of a local skier, the Bald Mountain Rescue Fund (BMRF) has assisted dozens of residents by providing donors a fee-free, tax-deductible means of offering support to those who have experienced catastrophic illness, injury or unexpected deaths. In our current unprecedented circumstances, BMRF is releasing funds from a small community endowment to provide additional business and to help local establishments in their efforts to make take-out meals available.
How Does It Work?
Locals helping locals! BMRF is simply making cash available to participating restaurants to use as they deem most appropriate. Some participants use funds to distribute gift cards to those in need or to organizations providing help to those in need. The only caveat is that funds be used expressly for meals, not other operating costs. The one-time infusion of $20,000 will be divided evenly among Ketchum and the South Valley, listed below. Additional restaurants will be added as they re-open, dependent on additional fundraising.
Enoteca / Town Square Tavern
The Pioneer Saloon
CK's Real Food
South Valley Pizzeria
Johnny G's Subshack
We’re all in this together! Globally, we’re in the midst of World War C against COVID-19, but locally we can take actions to protect ourselves and support our neighbors. Stay home, stay safe and stay fed.
If you are in a position to contribute to the effort, tax-deductible donations may be made to the nonprofit 501(c)(3) BaldMountain Rescue Fund by check, with the notation “food relief” in the memo section. Credit card or online donations are not accepted. One-hundred percent of donations go directly to the effort; no administrative fees are withheld. For more information, call Michelle Stennett at (208) 726-8106, email stennett.michelle.@gmail.com; Muffy Davis at (208) 806-1895, email email@example.com; or Brian Barsotti at (208) 726-3030 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Checks can be mailed to BMRF, P.O. Box 370,Ketchum, ID, 83340, or dropped off at Barsotti Law Office above Apples onPicabo Street, or we will have someone pick it up (safely).