We see them all the time and yet we pretend they’re invisible.  We thank God everyday that we have a job, a home, and a family.  But what happens if  we lost it all and had no where to go?The money ran out and we were left with nothing but the clothes on our back.  Where would we go?  How would we survive the cold nights?  Could we ever get back on our feet again?  How would this happen?  Fortunately, we have great nonprofit organizations like the Boise Rescue Mission.


This is Kevin Miller inviting you to join me during the week of Nov. 18 - 23rd as I live out side Walmart off of Fairview & Eagle for Mission For The Holidays. My goal is to raise awareness of the continued generosity of the Treasure Valley and ask you for a Turkey.  We’re all stretching our dollars during these tough times and a turkey is an inexpensive way of helping a needy family during the winter season.  The Boise Rescue Mission is in need of turkeys for the holidays and beyond.

I hope that you’ll help the rescue mission and have a greater appreciation of all of God’s blessings in our lives.

Thank you - Sincerely, Kevin Miller


Visit boiserm.org for information about the services of the Boise Rescue Mission.

If you would like to make a donation of any kind - especially turkeys - please drop off donations at Walmart off of Fairview & Eagle in Meridan, at any Boise Rescue Mission location or contact Kevin Miller at kevin@kidoam.com for more information.

Other Donations could include:
 - Turkeys!
- Donations
- Over the counter meds (Adults and children)
- Paper towels, TP, tissues, napkins
- Cleaning supplies (especially surface wipes)
- Peanut butter
- Canned tuna
- Cereal
- Oatmeal
- Spices
- Kitchen towels, pot holders, gadgets
- Batteries
- Diapers (size 4 and 5), pull-ups and wipes
- Cleaning supplies (Detergent, wipes, bleach, etc.)
- Hygiene (shampoo, soap, conditioner, hair products, feminine hygiene)
- Razors & Shaving Cream

Kevin Miller is staying at Walmart in Meridian (4051 E Fairview Ave in Meridian)