Our Sponsorship Mission
Whenever possible, Teton Valley Health Care will offer fiscal sponsorship of events and organizations that directly contribute to the overall wellness of our community including support for mental health services, community education and training, sports and recreation, and youth education.
Our Fiscal Year 2014 sponsorships include:
Teton County Fair
This annual event is held in Driggs at the Teton County Fairgrounds. TVHC will offer free blood sugar checks Aug. 8-9. Click here for a full fair schedule.
Teton Valley Balloon Rally
This annual event includes breakfast served by the Seniors West of the Tetons, four mornings of balloon flights, evening glows and live music. Learn more here.
Boasting a free all-ages outdoor summer concert series in the Yellowstone region, Music on Main brings live music to Victor, Idaho every Thursday from late June through early August. Click here for more information.
Teton High School Athletics
Click here for information on the Teton High School athletics program.
Mental Health First Aid Program
In partnership with Adam Williamson, LCPC, NCC, Teton Valley Health Care sponsored the valley’s first ever Mental Health First Aid Training in Driggs in April 2014. Click here to learn more.
Teton Valley Youth Baseball
Learn more by visiting the Teton Valley Rec Association’s website, here.
Teton Rodeo Company
Click here for details on this company and the rodeos it puts on in Driggs.
Tyler Nelson is a Victor, Idaho native and a professional bareback bronc rider. He also has hemophilia, a blood-clotting condition he was first diagnosed with at Teton Valley Health Care. But that hasn’t stopped him from becoming a force to be reckoned with on the rodeo circuit. After competing with the Teton High School rodeo team starting in 2009, Tyler earned a full-ride scholarship to the College of Southern Idaho in Twin Falls, where he shone as an athlete. In his first year competing in the college nationals competition, he won on the second round.
Tyler’s athleticism has also gained him an adoring fanbase in addition to the points he continues to earn during competitions. He won the Denver All-Star Rodeo Fan’s Choice Award for bareback riding in 2013 with just under 13,000 votes.
Fitzgerald’s Bicycle Race Team
Fitzgerald’s Bicycle Race team, based in Victor, Idaho, includes high-caliber Teton Valley athletes who compete in road, mountain and snow bike races throughout the year. Teton Valley Health Care’s own Dave Saurman, PA, rides for the team.
Teton High School Athletics 2013/2014 season
Sponsoring Teton High School athletes competing in a wide range of sporting events from baseball and basketball, football, volleyball, soccer, wrestling and more.
Snowfest Skijoring/Teton Valley Foundation
The Great Snow Fest has quickly become an exciting annual event in Teton Valley since it’s beginning in 2011. Teton Valley Health Care is sponsoring the NASJA-Sanctioned skijor competition and calcutta event that is slated to take place March 1 and 2 in Victor, Idaho.
Kotler Ice Arena/Teton Valley Foundation
In addition to Adult Pond Hockey, Women’s Hockey, a Youth Ice Hockey League and Adult Recreational Broomball, the Kotler Ice Arena in Victor, Idaho also offers open skate sessions, a warming hut, skate rentals, a pro shop and more.
Distinguished Young Women of Teton Valley
This program is part of a national scholarship program that promotes and rewards scholarship, leadership and talent in young women. In addition to earning scholarships for college, those who participate in the Distinguished Young Women program develop friendships, self-confidence and other life skills that pave the way for future success. Visit the national DYW site here.
Teton Valley Education Foundation Ride
Ride & Dine is an annual fundraiser for the Education Foundation. It is touted as “the best and most unique” fundraiser in Teton Valley. Since its inception in 2005, TVEF has raised over $125,000 put towards programs and services for Teton School District #401.
Apply for sponsorship
Organizations asking for TVHC event sponsorships are required to fill out a sponsorship application form and detail how their event fits into our above Sponsor Mission Statement. Filling out an application does not guarantee TVHC sponsorship. All applications will be evaluated based on their ability to prove their event contributes to community wellness and according to TVHC budget guidelines. Contact Ann Loyola, Director of Public Relations and Marketing, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (208) 354-6301.