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Local Treasure Valley Groups Unite to End Homelessness and Drug Addiction


The Treasure Valley Missions

Rev. Bill Roscoe, President/CEO of Boise Rescue Mission Ministries and Kevin Miller of KIDO Talk Radio have come together to help those in need throughout the Treasure Valley.

By Treasure Valley Dave

Nampa, Idaho- Kevin Miller of Talk Radio started “Miller’s Mission” on May 23, 2022 in front of the Nampa Wal-Mart Supercenter to fight homelessness in a joint effort with Boise Rescue Ministries. You can learn more by watching the video below!

Kevin Miller with Millers Mission and Rev. Bill Roscoe with Boise Rescue Mission Ministries Fight to End Homelessness and Drug Addiction

Consider Donating to Help the Cause in Boise

Please consider donating to the Boise Rescue Mission: Learn More and supporting Kevin Miller at KIDO: Learn More

Community Awareness for the Boise Rescue Mission

We took the opportunity to go over to the Walmart on Garrity and Franklin in Nampa. Why would we do that? Because that’s where Kevin Miller and the KIDO 580 radio team meet twice a year to do community awareness and a fundraiser for the Boise Rescue Mission (Reverend Bill Roscoe’s organization that he put together years ago). It’s got a fabulous history behind it and we are going to share some of that history with you. We got to talk with Kevin and Bill as well as some of the staff. When it comes to  helping out the community, what they do is they help people that are homeless or addicted and they help them get their life straightened out. They also give them the tools to come back and be productive citizens in the Treasure Valley and they have their lives together and they turn around and they give back. You can hear these inspiring stories all of the time on Kevin Miller’s Talk Radio Show. Please consider reaching out to these organizations and giving where you can!

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