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At Starkey Spring Water, we are proud that Mother Earth does all the work in bringing our pure, natural drinking water to life. And as a result, we have long felt an obligation to safeguarding our planet. With that commitment comes a special recognition and respect for those who work tirelessly to protect it.

This year, faced with the unprecedented challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic and wildfires that have ravaged our Idaho communities, first responders have gone above and beyond to serve and protect us and our natural resources. We are proud to support the following local organizations both financially and through donations of bottled water to those on the frontlines.

Cambridge Fire Department
We provided 64 cases of Starkey Spring Water to the brave men and women at the Cambridge Fire Department. Firefighters continue to serve on the frontlines of community crises, including wildfires and other natural disasters. Additionally, they have provided essential support to those in need throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. We are immensely grateful to them as they continue to safeguard the needs of those in Cambridge.

Adams County Fair
For more than 115 years, the Adams County Fair has united community members and provided unbeatable entertainment for all. Community-wide events bring families together and strengthen the bond amongst individuals. Starkey Water contributed funds to support FFA and 4H member projects, as well as the Adams County Fair awards that recipients often use for future projects and college tuition.

Council Volunteer Emergency Services
The Council Volunteer Emergency Services (EMS) is critical to the infrastructure and well-being of our community. Volunteer EMS workers provide a full range of emergency medical work under adverse and strenuous physical conditions. Starkey Water donated 65 cases of water to these volunteers who put the safety of the city above their own.

Adams County Fire Department
We are proud to support the Adams County Fire Department. As a token of our appreciation, we donated to the department’s burn-out fund. This fund provides immediate assistance to individuals and families who have lost their home due to fire by providing temporary stay and resources.

We can’t thank first responders and local organizations enough for their unwavering commitment to the safety of our communities. Join us in thanking those who are fighting for us on the frontlines!