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because of you, our students can continue to seek today’s answers to tomorrow’s questions. their trajectory is unrivaled, their outlook unlimited. your support truly makes a difference!

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broncos give

the boise state family of broncos have been impacted, like most people, by the covid-19 global pandemic. the economic impact has been significantly felt by students, who without the pandemic, often struggle to work their way through school.

the generosity of our alumni and friends has, and continues to help those in need at boise state. please make an impactful gift today to one of these priority areas and continue the boise state tradition of giving in support of other members of the bronco family.

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meet loyal broncos mick and cathy whitlock

investing in students is future investment in society

mick and cathy whitlock believe that investing in students’ education today provides a workforce that benefits the greater society tomorrow. this is why these loyal broncos – donors who give consecutively for five years or more – invest in boise state university and its students. the whitlocks have financially supported boise state’s mission annually for more than 20 years.

meet mick and cathy

planning during times of uncertainty

boise state university continues to move forward with our important work. in response to the covid-19 outbreak, congress has enacted several tax law changes. we have created this page as a resource to help you with your tax planning and to offer some ideas for you to consider if you are thinking about making a gift in support of our students during this time of great need.

where to give

your philanthropic support of students, faculty and academic programming is essential to boise state’s advancement as a metropolitan research university of distinction. donors make the difference.

donate to the bronco recovery fund

elevate the blue

the postponement of fall sports and the uncertain future amidst a global pandemic has had and will continue to have a significant impact on our budget and our ability to carry out the mission of boise state athletics. we are charting a path to uphold our standard of excellence, but it is going to require your help. we are going to need a level of philanthropy from our fans that we have never seen before.

meet alumni luke dixon and kasey keller dixon

alumni support nursing student loan debt relief

thanks to the generosity of boise state university college of business and economics alumni, luke and kasey dixon, ’08, graduates of the college of health science nursing program will get some student debt relief. the ketchum couple sponsored a campaign where a portion of the sales from their company’s adult beverage, boozie, cocktail in a can, was donated to the idaho relief fund. of the $45,000 raised for local needs, $33,603 went to help with nursing student loan debt. the fund was established to support nurses and others working the front lines of the covid-19 global pandemic. thank you, luke and kasey!

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employer gift matching

double your impact

many employers “match” their employees’ charitable contributions, providing an easy and effective way of leveraging your gift to boise state. some companies provide the guidelines and forms to fill out online, or you can check with your human resources office. some companies match the contributions of retirees and employees’ spouses.

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meet alumna ivy smith

a strong voice for young people in foster care

ivy entered the idaho foster care system when she was 13. she lived in foster homes and a group home before coming to boise state as a freshman. defying the odds, she graduated in may with a double major in environmental studies and political science. this fall, she’ll begin the master’s program in public administration at boise state. meet ivy.

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meet rick and terri pedigo

pedigo family turns giving into a lifestyle

when rick and terri pedigo’s oldest daughter, lauren, began attending boise state, the vancouver, washington, couple say that bleeding blue became a regular part of their lives. in addition to traveling to games to cheer on bronco athletic teams, they also made giving in support of students and student-athletes part of their boise state experience.

meet rick and terri pedigo
boise state public radio

the endowment for local news

boise state public radio is announcing the endowment for local news, inspired by the generous gift of $1.1 million from charles and lorraine childers. you can learn more about the station’s first endowment and ways to help it grow through the link below, or contact our office for more information at or (208) 426-3668.

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support student scholarships

your support allows us to continue investing in our students’ future and providing them with new and innovative opportunities. by continuing that incredible support of boise state scholarships you help students achieve their dreams. your generosity fuels innovation, inspires creativity and learning and provides opportunities for boise state students that would otherwise not be possible.

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use the #boisestate, #broncosgive and #broncosthankdonors hashtags to showcase your boise state pride and support.

upcoming events

it doesn’t matter whether you’re visiting us from the treasure valley or from across the globe — you’re always welcome at boise state!

fridays with frank lecture series

winter virtual commencement

italy's lake district

grand danube passage

spain: andalucia in a parador

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