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Stinker Stores Piece of Hope Campaign

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May 8, 2018


Helping children in our community access services they need to heal from domestic violence and sexual abuse

stinker imageBoise, ID – On May 10, 2018, Stinker Stores will present over $137,000 to six Idaho domestic violence service providers, the recipients of the 2018 Piece of Hope Fundraising and Awareness Campaign to benefit children impacted by the trauma of domestic and sexual violence.

On April 9, 2018, the Women’s and Children’s Alliance (WCA) launched a collaboration with Stinker Stores and five other Domestic Violence service providers for the “Piece of Hope” fundraising and awareness campaign taking place April 9 to May 6, 2018, at all Stinker locations throughout Idaho.

During the campaign, customers at all Stinker locations donated funds and learned about organizations in or near their communities with programming that benefits children who have been impacted by domestic violence and/or sexual abuse.

The generosity of the Stinker customers exceeded expectations and surpassed the campaign fundraising goal by 30%. The $137,000 will be used to fund services and programs throughout the state that specifically focus on the children who are being exposed to violence in their homes or are being subjected to abuse themselves.

WHAT:            Representatives from Stinker Stores will present donations to the YWCA Lewiston/Clarkston,

Advocates Against Family Violence, Rose Advocates, Women’s and Children’s Alliance,

The Advocates, and Family Services Alliance.

WHO:              Charley Jones, Owner and CEO of Stinker Stores

                           Steve Watts, Chief Operating Officer, Stinker Stores

Kim Duegan, Executive Director, Advocates Against Family Violence

Dolores Larsen, Executive Director, ROSE Advocates

                           Bea Black, Executive Director, Women’s and Children’s Alliance         

WHEN:           Thursday, May 10 at 3 p.m.

WHERE:        Stinker Store 109, 4744 N. Eagle Rd. (Corner of Eagle – McMillan)


About the WCA

The Women’s & Children’s Alliance provides safety, healing and freedom from domestic abuse and sexual assault. The WCA operates secure shelters and provides professional counseling, legal advocacy, crisis services and case management to survivors of domestic and sexual abuse. For more information, visit www.wcaboise.org.

About Stinker

Stinker Stores, founded and privately owned since 1936, is a leader in the Idaho convenience store industry.  Known for its casual, team-oriented work environment and an uncompromising commitment to both customers and employees, Stinker Stores is a destination in the workplace and the convenience store of choice for customers.  With more than 1,000 employees, Stinker markets fuel, food, and convenience items through 106 Convenience stores in Idaho, Colorado, and Wyoming.  WestPoint Transportation and Arrowrock Supply are affiliated businesses owned and managed by Stinker. With a culture of giving, Stinker is a company with a heart that is known for supporting the communities in which it operates.  Featured causes include the Idaho Foodbank and “Pieces of Hope,” a campaign crafted to break the cycle of abuse for children and families.



Women’s & Children’s Alliance

Chris Campbell-Davis

Communications Manager


O: 208.343.3688 ext. 211 C: 208.249.9287


Steven Cook, Retail Territory Manager-Idaho

Stinker Stores



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